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Fight to Provide Faster Internet

Posted: 07/15/2015 - There's nothing worse than slow internet, and that has more companies trying to add faster and better services for its customers. Local companies like LightSpeed are giving big-name providers a run for their money offering faster internet at lower prices.

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Peanut Allergy Patch in the Works

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Updated: 07/15/2015 - If you or your child suffer from a peanut allergy, relief could be on the way. A drug called "the peanut patch" is currently being tested for production. It's aimed at helping people with the allergy build a tolerance to the nut. And that has one local doctor excited about the future of his practice.

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Peanut Allergy Drug in the Works

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Posted: 07/15/2015 - Are you allergic to peanuts? There a drug in the works that could help you build up your tolerance and lessen your allergic reaction.

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Lansing Gardens Will Stay Open, Under New Management

Posted: 07/15/2015 - A local greenhouse, slated to close its doors this month, will stay open after all. The Lansing Gardens on Jolly Road are under new management. Lansing-based Stiles Landscape bought the greenhouse.

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Male Domestic Violence Victims Feel Overlooked

Posted: 07/14/2015 - Every summer for the past few years, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office responds to higher and higher numbers of domestic violence incidents. Compared to winter months, the number of cases can increase by more than 40 cases. There are resources available, but one man says more are needed to help male victims.

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Grand Ledge Playground Won't Be Torn Down For Now

Posted: 07/14/2015 - We have new details about the fight to save a playground in the Grand Ledge School District. The "Dream Depot" playground won't be torn down - at least not yet.

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UAW, GM Begin Contract Negotiations

Updated: 07/13/2015 - The United Auto Workers and General Motors officially kicked off contract negotiations with a handshake. They will have to build a new contract before the current one expires September 14.

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Push to Get Paid Sick Leave for Workers on the Ballot

Updated: 07/14/2015 - It's a dilemma that's all too common for more than a million workers in Michigan - your doctor tells you you're too sick to work, but you can't afford to stay at home. Efforts are underway to change that by making sick days available to every worker in the state. It's an issue that could be decided by voters in the form of a ballot initiative.

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