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Adopt a Furry Friend this Holiday

Updated: 12/20/2014 - If you're looking to add a furry friend to the family before the holidays, the Delta Township PetSmart has you covered. And, so does the Ingham County Animal Shelter.

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Lansing Mobile Food Bank Open Saturday

Posted: 12/20/2014 - Need help getting a meal this holiday season? The City of Lansing is setting up a mobile food bank Saturday morning.

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Lansing Groups Oppose Tax Hike Proposal for Roads

Updated: 12/21/2014 - The slightly higher gas taxes are part of the road funding bill the legislature passed early Friday morning after an all-nighter at the capitol. But not everyone's happy about it.

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Voters to Decide Road Funding

Updated: 12/19/2014 - It's now up to voters to decide if they want to raise their own taxes to help fix the state's roads. Lawmakers working through the night approved plans for a statewide ballot proposal early Friday morning, asking voters if they want to increase the sales tax.

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Nativity Scene on Display at Capitol

Updated: 12/19/2014 - Two very different religious displays on the Capitol lawn: one put on by the Michigan Nativity Scene Committee, the other by the Satanic Temple in Detroit.

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Snyder Signs Bills to Streamline Some Courts

Posted: 12/19/2014 - Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation designed to streamline the district court system in Michigan by creating more flexibility for magistrates.

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Schools Rule: Vandercook Lake High School

Updated: 12/19/2014 - It was a sea of red and white at Vandercook Lake High School for Schools Rule. The Jayhawks showed off volunteer groups, student athletes, musicians and more.

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Breaking Down the Road Funding Deal

Posted: 12/18/2014 - Three days of closed-door meetings ended with lawmakers rolling out a plan to raise more than $1.2 billion for Michigan’s roads. Before that plan gets to the voters, lawmakers have to approve it. Lawmakers are finalizing the legislation, which then has to be voted on. The plan includes increasing the sales tax from 6 percent to 7 percent, which needs a two-thirds majority vote before it can go on the May ballot. The House and Senate didn't like each other's plans so the alternative plan of putting it to the voters is what won out.

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