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Taylor Ordered to Undergo Forensic Exam

Updated: 09/18/2015 - The man charged in the murder of Fireman Dennis Rodeman appeared in court Friday for a pre-conference exam. But, the case against Taylor could be on hold for a while. There's an order to have Taylor undergo a forensic exam before moving forward.

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Todd Courser Plans to Run for His Old Seat

Updated: 09/18/2015 - Todd Courser says he'll run for his old seat that he resigned from after sending a sexually explicit email to supporters in an attempt to cover up his extramarital affair with Cindy Gamrat.

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Police Investigating Shooting in Albion

Posted: 09/18/2015 - The Albion Department of Public Safety believes gunfire was exchanged between two people after a fight in an apartment parking lot.

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Grant Taylor in Court for Hearing

Updated: 09/18/2015 - A pre-exam conference for Grant Taylor in front of Judge Clarke took place in District 54A court in Lansing on Friday morning, September 18, 2015.

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Lansing Council Race: Hussain vs. Boles

Updated: 09/18/2015 - The Lansing City Council candidates in Ward 3 are in the spotlight. It could be a real fight between incumbent A'Lynne Boles and newcomer Adam Hussain.

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UPDATE: Police Officer Released from Hospital

Updated: 09/18/2015 - An East Lansing police officer was rushed to the hospital this morning after being hit while running to raise money for Special Olympics Michigan.

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Woman Killed In Crash In Ingham County

Updated: 09/17/2015 - 60-year-old Lori Dianne Jenkins was pronounced dead at the scene after her car was struck by a truck in Locke Township.

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Negotiations About Sale of Eastern High School to Sparrow to Begin

Updated: 09/17/2015 - The Lansing Board of Education voted to allow Superintendent Yvonne Caamal Canul to begin negotiations with Sparrow Health Systems over the sale of Easter High School. Sparrow wants to redevelop the property into a professional education center.

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State to Decide on Appealing Lansing Casino Ruling

Posted: 09/17/2015 - Attorney General Bill Schuette filed a lawsuit trying to block the Sault tribe of Chippewa Indians from asking the interior department to take land next to the Lansing Center into a trust.

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City Using Drug Money For Public Safety

Updated: 09/17/2015 - Crime pays, at least for Lansing. The City is planning to use drug profits to help the police department. What will that money pay for?

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Workers Protest Pay for the Disable

Posted: 09/17/2015 - Celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act leaves one protester in handcuffs.

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