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Turkey Talk-Line Open For Business

Posted: 9:44 AM - Frazzled already trying to get your turkey in the oven? No worries, the turkey talk line is open right now, and experts are standing by waiting to take your call.

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Big Drinking Night Means More Troopers Looking for Drunk Drivers

Updated: 11/26/2015 - The night before Thanksgiving, sometimes called "Drinksgiving" or "Blackout Wednesday," is one of the biggest drinking nights of the year. It's also one of the biggest drunk driving nights, according to the Michigan State Police - that's why they'll have more patrols out tonight and all weekend.

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CONSUMER REPORTS: Slash Your Energy Bill

Updated: 11/25/2015 - Who doesn't want to save money on their energy bills. There are some simple fixes that can help slash your bills for years to come.

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Busy Day At The Grocery Store

Posted: 11/25/2015 - If you haven't bought your turkey and cranberry sauce yet, brace yourself for long lines at the grocery store.

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Students Donate Over 100,000 Items to Community

Updated: 11/25/2015 - Students at Jackson High School got into the spirit of giving today by filling two semis with items for needy families. The Thanksgiving Giving drive has been a tradition for the Vikings since the 60s. And the principal told News Ten's Ann Pierret, it's not just about giving back, but learning how to be a part of the solution.

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CONSUMER REPORTS: Turkey Do's and Don'ts

Posted: 11/25/2015 - The last thing you want is to make your family sick this Thanksgiving. Consumer Reports has some advice to help you prepare a successful and delicious holiday meal.

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Christmas Tree Farm Prepares For Rush

Posted: 11/25/2015 - A Mason Christmas tree farm is gearing up for the after-Thanksgiving rush. That's when most people put up their Christmas trees, and if you're going with a real tree this year, you're in luck.

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City to Study $600 Million in Unfunded Retiree Costs

Posted: 11/25/2015 - The fate of hundreds of city employees' health care and pension benefits could rely on a proposed study. The city is $600 million short of the long-term bill for retirees.

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