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What's Bugging You Mid-Michigan? Stepparents Rights

Updated: 04/02/2013 - A woman in Jackson is upset because she says a local health care clinic would not treat her step-daughter without the child's biological parents present. I sat down with Gretchen Milliman of Jackson to hear her story and talked with a legal expert to find out of the clinic was being unfair... or if they were just obeying the law.

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UPDATE: H&R Block Computer Glitch Delays Tax Returns

Updated: 03/13/2013 - The IRS is working "aggressively" to speed up the processing of tax returns that were submitted incorrectly by "a limited number of software company products." H&R Block said 600,000 filers were affected although not all them are H&R Block customers.

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False Facebook Post Confuses, Urges People to Call 112 over 911

Posted: 03/13/2013 - If you're on Facebook, you've likely see the picture. It says if you're suspicious of the person who is trying to pull you over to call 112, the European emergency number, to connect directly with a police officer, rather than calling the 911 dispatch center. But the Eaton County sheriff's office says 911 is the only series of digits you should be calling if you have an emergency.

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Jackson Changes Garbage Ordinance

Updated: 03/13/2013 - With a 5-2 vote, Tuesday, the Jackson City Council changed their trash pickup system to a single-hauler system, but not everyone is happy about it.

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Bear Cub Bill Heads To Governor

Updated: 03/13/2013 - You could soon be able to hold and take pictures with bear cubs at certain facilities throughout the state.

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Detroit Fights Pending Emergency Manager Appointment

Updated: 03/13/2013 - Detroit City Council made a final effort to convince Gov. Snyder to not send an emergency manager to the city. Both representatives of the council and the state-appointed review team argued their case at a hearing in Lansing on Tuesday.

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Black Smoke Signals No New Pope

Updated: 03/13/2013 - Thick black smoke billowed from the Sistine Chapel's chimney Tuesday night, signaling no pope was elected at the first conclave vote.

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Bear Cub Handling Bill Heads to Governor

Posted: 03/12/2013 - A bill that would free up Michigan facilities to let visitors pet and take pictures with bear cubs is headed to Republican Gov. Rick Snyder's desk.

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Tuesday Toolman Program Receives Grant for Bigger Projects

Posted: 03/12/2013 - For years, the Tuesday Toolmen have been visiting the homes of seniors or individuals with disabilities every Tuesday to do home repairs. They recently received a large grant from the AARP that is allowing them to take on bigger projects. The program is coordinated by the Greater Lansing Housing Coalition, and the repairs are done by retired seniors.

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