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Lansing High School students start businesses

Updated: 05/20/2016 - A new program is giving local high school students a chance to accomplish something many people only dream of. 12 mid-Michigan students started their own businesses this year.

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Lansing School Board considers layoffs

Updated: 05/20/2016 - The Lansing Board of Education is trying to balance its budget, but enrollment has fallen by hundreds and is projected to decline even more. That means the Board has to think about how many people it might have to lay off.

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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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President Obama Signs Michigan State Of Emergency Declaration

Updated: 01/26/2016 - In response to a request from Governor Snyder, President Obama declared that an emergency exists in Michigan and ordered federal aid to supplement local and state efforts in the area affected by contaminated water.

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Lansing Schools Happy With M-STEP Results

Updated: 12/17/2015 - The results are in for the state's new standardized M-STEP tests. Students in the Lansing School District are blow the state average in almost every subject, but the president of the Board of Education says he's excited about the results.

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SPECIAL REPORT: School Lunch Rush

Posted: 11/23/2015 - Local parents tell us they feel like their kids don't have enough time to eat in school. In a News 10 special report, parents and nutrition experts weigh in on whether or not kids have enough time to eat, and what the state can do about it.

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Lansing School Board Approves $120M Bond Proposal

Updated: 10/15/2015 - A bond proposal that would allow the Lansing School District to make major upgrades to buildings and academic and athletic programs will go to a public vote in May 2016.

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Lansing School District Asks for Input on Bond Proposal

Updated: 09/28/2015 - The Lansing School District wants to put a $120 million bond proposal on the May ballot, but first it has to decide where the money will go. It's asking parents and community members to weigh in on how the money can improve Lansing schools.

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Potterville Parents Angry About Bullying

Posted: 09/21/2015 - A Potterville Board of Education meeting dissolved into a shouting match several times Monday night. The topic of discussion was bullying, but the school board ended the night with a solution everyone could be happy with.

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