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Williamston Bank Robbery

Posted: 05/24/2013 - Independent Bank in Williamston is robbed at gunpoint Friday morning. The thief has not been caught.

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Police Patrol Haslett High School After Second Bomb Threat

Posted: 05/24/2013 - Meridian Township Police will be on site at Haslett High School all day, after the second bomb threat in only a week. Two students found a note on a bathroom stall that said there would be a bomb at the school today. The school was then put on lock down at 5 o'clock last night.

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City Council Not Happy With Veto

Updated: 05/26/2013 - Council members are not surprised, but upset Mayor Virg Benero vetoed their amendments to the budget.

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Special Report: Operation Nighthawk

Updated: 05/24/2013 - News 10 rides along as the Ingham County Parole Office conducts its monthly surprise inspections on parolees.

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Mayor Bernero Vetoes Council's Budget

Posted: 05/23/2013 - Lansing City Council passed amendments to the mayor's budget on Monday, and by Thursday, the mayor had vetoed all of the changes.

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Retail Development Happening in Delta Township

Updated: 05/23/2013 - Six new stores are coming to Delta Township. The Lansing Mall, located in Delta, is also planning expansion. Builders say the area has been successful for retailers, so more are coming.

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Lower Taxes for Aviation Fuel

Updated: 05/26/2013 - The state is considering raising the gas tax, but now it could be ready to give plane owners a break on their gas. News Ten's Brian Johnson explains how it might happen.

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Where Does Your Red Cross Donation Go?!

Posted: 05/22/2013 - A couple of supply managers who've seen firsthand where the money goes say almost 100% is used towards buying supplies.

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West & Arab Allies Meet in Jordan

Posted: 05/22/2013 - Sec. of State John Kerry is in Jordan meeting with western and Arab nation allies. Much of the discussion revolves around convincing the Syrian government to work with the rebels to end the civil war.

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Aviation to Get Fuel Tax Break While Gov. Asks More of Drivers

Posted: 05/22/2013 - While the Governor wants to raise fuel taxes on drivers up to 33 cents per gallon to improve deteriorating Michigan roads, the legislature is considering lowering aviation fuel taxes. It's a change that will cost taxpayers anywhere between $32-65 million each year.

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