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Walk For Warmth Fundraiser In Jackson

Posted: 02/26/2016 - Despite the snow and cold, Consumers Energy employees and community members will bundle up and hit the streets today to raise money to help needy families pay their heating bills.

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New Emails Shed Light On Flint Water Crisis

Updated: 02/26/2016 - Reports show that new emails released from Governor Rick Snyder's office show that Flint water concerns reached Governor's top two advisers.

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Lansing Chamber Asks City For Moratorium On New Pot Dispensaries

Updated: 02/26/2016 - The city of Lansing does not have a way to license and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries. More and more shops keep opening up, and that's why the Chamber of Commerce is calling on the city to stop new dispensaries from opening until regulations are in place.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Balancing Treatment With Public Safety

Updated: 02/25/2016 - How do you decide when mentally-ill people who commit crimes need treatment instead of incarceration? News Ten's Ann Pierret looks at how law enforcement agencies are dealing with it.

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Doctor Hopes Flint Work Inspires Others

Updated: 02/25/2016 - One of the many researchers who sounded the alarm about the Flint water crisis spoke to students and fellow researchers at MSU Thursday. We asked Dr. Marc Edwards about the struggle to help the contaminated city.

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Teachers' union, president dismissed from sick-out lawsuit

Posted: 02/25/2016 - The Detroit teachers' union and its president have been dismissed from a lawsuit filed by the district to stop educator sick-outs that have forced dozens of school closures over the past two months.

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UPDATE - Lansing Modifies Snow Emergency Status

Updated: 02/25/2016 - Mayor Virg Bernero has modified the snow emergency declaration for the City of Lansing. You can park on the street, if the snow has already been cleared, starting Friday morning.

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Heavy Snow On Mid-Michigan Roads

Updated: 02/25/2016 - Folks are digging out after the storm. Schools across the area are closed, including Lansing Community College. Roads across Mid-Michigan were a mess this morning.

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Updated: 02/25/2016 - In a News 10 Special Report, Ann Pierret investigates how mental health advocates and the court system are working together to make sure that people dealing with mental illness don't to go jail for non-violent offenses.

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