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State Finds 2 More Skimmers, Gas Stations Helping

Updated: 09/30/2015 - State inspectors have found two more credit card skimmers inside gas station pumps in Mid-Michigan. One was found Wednesday in Albion, the other on Tuesday in Chelsea. As inspectors check stations across the state for skimmers, they're getting help from gas station owners.

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Training Hotel Employees to Stop Trafficking

Posted: 09/30/2015 - Michigan is one of the top states for human trafficking, but the Michigan Lodging and Tourism Association is looking to change that. It's working with a group called Safeguarding Adolescents from Exploitation, or the Safe Action Project. The goal is to train hotel employees to spot the warning signs.

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Lawmakers Vote to Lift Teacher Test Fees

Posted: 09/30/2015 - A bill heading to Gov. Rick Snyder for his signature lifts a cap on teacher certification test fees so they can go up for the first time in 23 years.

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Therapy Dog Named Elsa Helping Patients At Sparrow

Posted: 09/30/2015 - She's furry, 110 pounds, and a Spartan fan. You'll find Elsa roaming the halls of Lansing's Sparrow Hospital. The eight-year-old Newfoundland is a specially trained therapy dog.

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Could Bill Let More Nurses Prescribe Opiates?

Updated: 09/29/2015 - Some doctors say a proposed bill could lead to more nurses writing prescriptions for painkillers, possibly adding to an abuse problem in the state. Supporters of the bill say that's not the case at all.

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University Motor Mall License Suspended

Updated: 09/29/2015 - The sudden closing of University Motor Mall didn't just leave an empty lot behind, it left several angry customers as well. The Secretary of State's Office suspended the used car dealership's license for both its Lansing and Mount Pleasant locations. The Secretary of State's Office says more than 25 people complained they never got their vehicle's title or other sales records.

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House Chair: Planned Parenthood Doesn't Need Federal Money

Posted: 09/29/2015 - A House committee chairman is using Planned Parenthood's first congressional appearance since being embarrassed by surreptitiously recorded videos to say the organization does not need federal money.

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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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Breaking Down the Lansing School Bond Proposal

Posted: 09/28/2015 - In the first in a series of community meetings, parents and voters got a chance to weigh-in on the Lansing School District's $120 million dollar bond proposal on Monday.

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