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Drivers Pay More for Potholes

Posted: 03/11/2013 - Nasty potholes can easily have us emptying out our wallets for unnecessary vehicle repairs.

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Detroit Emergency Financial Manager Is "Sad But Necessary"

Updated: 03/01/2013 - So what does an emergency manager in the state's largest city mean for the rest of Michigan? News Ten's Brian Johnson reports that, while it's hard to swallow, it might be better news than you might think.

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Where Is The "Road Money" Going?

Updated: 02/16/2013 - Drivers will be paying about 14 cents more for a gallon of gas if Governor Snyder gets his way. Raising the gas tax and vehicle registration fees is his answer for fixing Michigan's roads. So where exactly is the money we pay now going? As News Ten's Brian Johnson investigates, a lot of it is not going toward the roads.

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Show Me The Money; Giving Financial Advice to Lansing

Posted: 01/26/2013 - Tax season has begun, and how do you know you are getting the most money back? Saturday the Asset Independence Coalition hosted their 3rd annual Show-Me-The-Money-Day, a day dedicated to giving financial education to those who need it most.

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Auto Supplier Bringing 400 New Jobs

Updated: 01/23/2013 - 400 new manufacturing jobs are on their way to Mid-Michigan. An auto supplier is building a brand new facility in Delta Township to build parts for GM.

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Cliff Talks Hurt Local Nonprofits

Updated: 01/01/2013 - No definitive resolution to the Fiscal Cliff has nonprofits on edge. The Volunteers of America is concerned about huge increases in need while facing massive budget cuts caused by Washington.

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High Need During Low Times

Posted: 01/01/2013 - The new year is bringing new worries to the Volunteers of America. The organization saw a large upswing in people asking for food and shelter during the last few months.

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Demmer Lays Off Employees

Updated: 09/22/2012 - Hundreds of employees at Demmer Corporation in Lansing may be out of a job. US defense cuts are hitting the military manufacturing company hard and many employees got the bad news this week.

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Student Loan Fee Credit

Posted: 02/03/2012 - Sallie Mae will credit $50 fee to suspend payments to the borrower's balance once payments resume for six months.

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Stocks Lower Ahead of G-7 Meeting

Posted: 09/09/2011 - The failure of Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke to outline new monetary stimulus weighed on world markets.

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