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Spartan Fans Urged to Celebrate with

Posted: 7:16 PM - East Lansing is well aware Spartan fans know how to celebrate. Police are asking everyone to act responsibly before, during and after the game Friday night, when the Spartans take on the Oklahoma Sooners in the Sweet 16.

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Police See Benefit in Mutual Aid

Updated: 5:59 PM - Keeping your neighborhood safe might be as simple as looking to neighboring townships and counties. From police to fire and EMS, Lansing police is working with other departments to strengthen it's mutual aid. Police say it's a cost-effective way to reduce crime.

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VIDEO: Brutal Detroit Arrest Probed

Posted: 12:28 PM - Michigan State Police are investigating the actions of Inkster police officers during the violent arrest of a man who claims officers planted drugs in his car.

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Holt Student Dies After Car Accident

Posted: 8:06 AM - The Holt community is in mourning after Holt High School senior 17 year old Taylor Wood, who was injured in an accident earlier this month, died Wednesday morning from her injuries.

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New Bill Could Lower MIP Penalties

Updated: 03/25/2015 - Right now anyone younger than 21 caught with alcohol gets charged with a misdemeanor for "Minor in Possession"

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IRS Warns of Massive Scam

Updated: 03/25/2015 - You get a call saying you owe money to the IRS and if you don't pay up immediately you'll be arrested.

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Several Options For School Aid Funding

Posted: 03/25/2015 - Schools could be getting more funding next year, how much is still up in the air. Lawmakers have their own ideas and so does the Governor.

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Police Concerned About Powdered Alcohol

Updated: 10:08 AM - Lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban the sale of powdered alcohol in the state. And, police are in full support of the measure. Ingham County Sheriff Gene Wriggelsworth said he doesn't understand the point of the product. And, he's especially worried about your kids getting a hold of it.

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Strange Michigan Laws Could be Repealed

Updated: 03/25/2015 - Dropping the f-bomb in front of women and children might no longer be against the law soon. It's just one of many laws on the books state lawmakers are looking to repeal.

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