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Going Deep Into Debt For A Degree

Updated: 04/13/2013 - It's not just law and medical students digging themselves deep into debt to get a degree.

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High Water Leads To Evacuations

Posted: 04/12/2013 - If the water gets much higher, the road into one Mid-Michigan town will be gone. The city of Alma is experiencing serious flooding. It's so bad that 180 people have been evacuated. School was canceled. News Ten's Brian Johnson reports it's the worst flooding the city has had in nearly three decades.

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Construction Season Starting at MSU

Updated: 04/12/2013 - April showers bring May construction--at least they on campus. MSU is gearing up for a busy season with several projects in the works. News 10's Brian Johnson reports while the upgrades are welcomed, not everyone is excited to see a piece of history disappear.

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Former Teacher Fighting For Home

Updated: 03/17/2013 - A former Detroit teacher is on the verge of losing his home after suffering a brain injury.

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Holt Schools Move Students To Save Money

Updated: 02/14/2013 - How do you lower costs but maintain academics at the same time? It's a question school districts across the state are asking as they face major budget cuts. Holt Public Schools may have found the answer by expanding to save money.

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Michigan GOP Reconsidering Guns for Teachers

Updated: 02/11/2013 - Some republican lawmakers think guns should be allowed in schools, and have re-introduced a bill that would allow teachers to carry concealed firearms.

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Major MSU Construction Approved By Board

Updated: 01/25/2013 - Soon there are going to be a lot more of orange barrels on MSU campus. The University Board green-lighted the second half of a big project that will take place at the busiest part of campus, the IM Circle.

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Deadline Passes For School Employee Retirement Benefits Selection

Updated: 10/31/2012 - The deadline for school employees to make big decision for their retirement benefits is come and gone. Governor Snyder signed a bill into law nearly two months ago that changed school employee retirement benefits. It affects a 250,000 school employees statewide and it gave them until Oct. 26 at 5 p.m. to choose between a few options, but now that deadline's been delayed--- because of a legal battle.

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