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New Life for an Old Building

Updated: 12/08/2011 - Turns out there is life after death for a building at the heart of a local city. It's been in the works for years, but there's finally an end in sight to a redevelopment project many hope will revitalize downtown Williamston.

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Okemos Man Remembers Pearl Harbor

Updated: 12/08/2011 - 94 year old Alvin Rippen of Okemos heard the horror of the Pearl Harbor attack over the radio from his Chicago apartment, and not long after enlisted in the Navy.. This week he has been sharing his memories of World War II on this the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor bombing.

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2011 Firearm Deer Season Harvest Predictions

Updated: 12/09/2011 - The Michigan DNR says the 2011 firearm deer season started slow, picked up speed, and overall there appears to be a slight increase in deer killed compared to last year.

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No License, No Trophy

Posted: 12/08/2011 - Hunter forced to give up "once in a lifetime" trophy because he didn't have a license.

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Hiring Rates For College Grads On Their Way Up

Posted: 12/08/2011 - Many of Saturday's College grads are biting their nails instead of celebrating because of fear of unemployment. Now there is a bit of hope for recent Alum searching for jobs.

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Grant to Help Food Safety

Updated: 12/07/2011 - Michigan State University is getting millions of dollars to make sure the food on your plate is safe. A federal grant will help identify the source and stop the spread of foodborne illnesses. Experts say that's crucial for consumers and the food industry.

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