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Doctor Accused of Taking Millions

Updated: 08/24/2013 - A very public fight between some prominent Lansing doctors over millions of dollars. They were all in the group known as Lansing Anesthesiologists. A lawsuit filed in Ingham County Circuit Court is accusing at least one doctor of taking more than his fair share.

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Clergyman Did Not Have to Report Suspected Child Abuse

Posted: 08/23/2013 - Michigan's appeals court rules that a member of the clergy was not obligated to report suspected child sexual abuse, because the information was protected under the clergy confidentiality law.

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Demolition To Close Busy Street in Jackson

Posted: 08/23/2013 - A portion of West Michigan Avenue in downtown Jackson will be closed next week as crews continue to demolish the old Consumers building.

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JC’s Campus View doubles up some rooms due to high demand

Posted: 08/22/2013 - With more than 500 applications for on-campus housing, many Campus View residents are doubling up this fall! Jackson College welcomed residents of Campus View 1& 2 residence halls to campus today, in preparation for the 2013-14 academic year.

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Colleges Attract Students to Downtown Lansing

Updated: 08/22/2013 - When you think of college students coming back to campus, most people probably picture MSU and East Lansing. But lots of people are heading to class in downtown Lansing this fall.

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Sparrow Responds To Poor Surgical Ranking Consumer Report

Updated: 08/22/2013 - Sparrow hospital says a Consumer Report that ranked it at the bottom in terms of surgeries--is flawed. We first told you about the rating earlier this month, but Thursday Sparrow responded in detail to the study. News Ten's Brian Johnson tells us what the hospital is doing to improve its performance.

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Enbridge Gives Inside Look at $1.3 Billion Pipeline Project

Updated: 08/22/2013 - Enbridge Energy gave local media a first look, Thursday, at its $1.3 billion pipeline replacement project. It's the same pipeline that ruptured in 2010, spilling hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River.

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Insufficent Evidence in Assault Claim Against Andy Dillon

Posted: 08/22/2013 - Wayne County Prosecutor's Office says there is insufficient evidence to charge State Treasurer Andy Dillon with with domestic assault. Dillon's ex-wife, Carol, accused Dillon assaulting her July 13.

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Former Union Workers Suing on Right-to-Work Basis

Posted: 08/22/2013 - Four Dearborn city workers, who left the Teamsters union after Right to Work legislation was passed, are now suing the Teamsters. They say the Teamsters can not charge them $150 to handle employee grievances.

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Consumer Reports Ranks Sparrow "Poor"

Posted: 08/22/2013 - Consumer Reports rates just about everything people buy, and now the reviewers have added surgery outcomes to their list. However an alarming finding is that Sparrow Hospital ranks at the bottom.

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Win a Trip to the Top of The Mackinac Bridge

Updated: 08/22/2013 - MDOT will treat one of the Labor Day bridge walkers who shares their experience on social media to a trip to the top of the Mackinac Bridge.

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Colleges Open Doors In Downtown Lansing

Updated: 08/22/2013 - Davenport University celebrates its grand opening Thursday, while Lansing Community College unveils its large-scale renovations to welcome back students.

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