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Local fire departments considering fireworks ban

Updated: 06/28/2016 - The Department of Natural Resources has lowered the fire risk in Mid-Michigan from "Extreme" to "High," but the number of cities and townships implementing burn-bans is growing.

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Groups want Gov. Snyder to veto money for private schools

Updated: 06/26/2016 - Gov. Rick Snyder is being pushed to veto $2.5 million in state spending that would assist private schools with the cost of complying with state requirements like employee background checks, immunization reporting and safety drills.

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Portland healing one year after tornado

Posted: 06/21/2016 - The city of Portland Michigan made an impressive comeback just one year after a tornado damaged dozens of homes, businesses and churches.

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Enbridge getting equipment just in case of oil spill

Posted: 06/21/2016 - A Canadian company that owns twin underwater oil pipelines in the area where Lakes Huron and Michigan meet says it's spending $7 million over the next two years on equipment that could be deployed there quickly in the event of a spill.

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Study: Many youth concussions go untreated

Posted: 06/20/2016 - Up to 2 million children get a concussion every year, but many go untreated. That's according to a new study that looked at injuries to kids 18 and under across the U.S.

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Lansing celebrates "Juneteenth"

Updated: 06/18/2016 - Lansing is celebrating its 23rd annual Juneteenth celebration. Today the celebration wrapped up with the festival.

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