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Township Clerks Help Dozens Of Students Register To Vote

Posted: 02/03/2016 - Clerks from Mason, Vevay, Aurelius and Alaiedon townships were at Mason High School Wednesday getting students registered to vote. It's all about helping them make their vote count at home when they head off to college next fall.

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House committee asking for documents related to Flint's water crisis

Posted: 02/03/2016 - The lawmakers are asking a series of questions, including details on how the two agencies are responding to the crisis and whether it is possible to coat lead pipes in Flint to reduce lead in the drinking water to safe levels and how long that would take if so.

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Raising Speed Limits Could Raise Rates

Posted: 02/03/2016 - Raising speed limits on Michigan's expressways and rural highways could mean higher insurance rates. And ultimately, the decision could be up to all of us. That's because the insurance industry is likely going to wait and see if higher speed limits lead to more accidents and deaths.

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Lansing Fire Dept. Loses "The Face" of LFD

Posted: 02/03/2016 - Lansing Fire Department Captain Stephen Babcock has died. With the fire department for 22 years, he also served for 15 years as a public information officer.

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Meijer Giving $500,000 to Flint Relief

Posted: 02/03/2016 - The Meijer company is giving $500,000 to support three non-profit organizations coordinating relief efforts in the city of Flint.

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Snyder Wants $30 Million For Flint Water Bills

Posted: 02/03/2016 - Governor Rick Snyder will ask for $30 million in state funding to help Flint residents with their water bills. The governor plans to release the details of his plan today.

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Lansing Schools, 'Water Lead Tests Came Back Clean'

Updated: 02/03/2016 - The results are in, the Lansing School District tested its water last month. The Superintendent says hundreds of tests found there are no elevated lead levels in any of the schools.

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NTSB Wants Blood-Alcohol Limit Lowered

Posted: 02/02/2016 - The National Transportation Safety Board is pushing states to drop it from the current limit of .08% to .05%. But, it's going to be a tough sell.

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