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Combating Obesity In Michigan

Posted: 06/18/2014 - Is obesity a disease that should be treated with medicine? After all, one in three adults in Michigan is extremely overweight. But as News Ten's Brian Johnson reports, doctors say not so fast when it comes to defining diseases and prescribing drugs.

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Business Boom in Meridian Township

Posted: 06/18/2014 - You might be seeing a boom in business in Meridian Township. Everything from major retailers like H&M to locally owned Cravings Popcorn are opening in the area.

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Church Feud Has Deep Roots

Updated: 06/22/2014 - A feud between two congregations at Friendship Baptist Church in Lansing resulted in the fire marshal closing the building. Anthony Sabella talked with both sides about the origin of the fight.

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Tax Return Identity Theft A Growing Problem

Updated: 06/20/2014 - After weeks of waiting and checking the mail box, finally an envelope from the IRS that should have your refund. But when you open it, it's a letter saying someone else filed under your name and got the money. This is a crime happening more and more in Mid-Michigan.

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Local Iraq War Veterans Disheartened by Unrest

Posted: 06/16/2014 - Was it all for nothing? That's what Iraq War veterans around the country are asking as the Iraq War inches closer to civil war. Anthony Sabella talks with local veterans about the conflict.

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What's Going Around

Posted: 06/16/2014 - Local doctors explain what they're seeing in their offices this week.

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Jackson Pool Needs Millions To Reopen

Updated: 06/16/2014 - People in Jackson looking for a way to cool off this summer won't find any relief at Ella Sharp Park pool. It's been closed for three summers now and the city can't afford the millions of dollars needed to get the crumbling pool running again.

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Awareness Week Welcomes Lansing Refugees

Updated: 06/16/2014 - There is a growing refugee population in the Lansing area and this week, Mid-Michigan residents are rolling out the welcome mat.

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Pre-Race Events Revving Up Fans At MIS

Posted: 06/15/2014 - More than 100,000 race fans packed the Michigan International Speedway on Sunday. While the Quicken Loans 400 itself is what's getting people down to the speedway, there's also plenty of pre-race happenings revving up fans.

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Local Sports Events Helping Economy

Updated: 06/15/2014 - From the National Curling Championship to high school baseball and softball championships, there's plenty of big sporting events this weekend around town. It's all drawing in thousands of fans willing to spend big money, both at the game and at local businesses.

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'Rusty' Water Plagues Leslie

Updated: 06/24/2014 - Some Leslie residents have seen rust colored and flavored water coming from their taps since September. The city says it doesn't know why.

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NASCAR Race Brings Economic Boost

Posted: 06/13/2014 - It's the first NASCAR race of the season at MIS in Brooklyn, and with an influx of thousands of people that means a lot green for local businesses, before the green flag is dropped.

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Young Michigan Man with Alzheimer's Shares His Story

Updated: 06/14/2014 - It's a disease many associate with older people. But 35 year old Ken Dodson was diagnosed with Alzheimer's before he turned 30. The father of 3 and his wife Nikki are sharing their story with Seth Rogen's wife Lauren Miller Rogen in a documentary about the disease.

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Gas Prices Jump

Posted: 06/13/2014 - You might see a spike at the pump.

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No Road Funding as Legislators Go Home

Posted: 06/12/2014 - The Michigan senate worked long for a second night, but with little to show for it. They failed to agree on a road funding bill.

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