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Panel Spars At Hearing For Michigan Lawmakers

Posted: 09/09/2015 - A Michigan panel weighing discipline for two lawmakers who tried covering up their extramarital affair with a fictional email is at odds over the testimony of a former top aide to the House speaker.

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String of Armed Robberies in Jackson

Posted: 09/09/2015 - Jackson City Police responded to three armed robberies Tuesday night in Jackson. No one was injured and two people were arrested.

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Pass On The Salt?

Posted: 09/09/2015 - New York City board to vote on restaurant menu sodium warnings.

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Roads Compromise on the Table

Updated: 09/09/2015 - Would you be willing to pay higher gas taxes and registration fees to get better roads?

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Dangers of Driving Through High Water

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Nearly 3 inches of rain fell in hour during Monday's storm and that had more drivers running into problems on the road, with submerged streets that don't typically flood.

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What's Next for Eastern High School?

Updated: 09/08/2015 - Despite the building needing millions of dollars in renovations, the President of the Lansing School Board said this will not be the last year for students at Eastern High School. Two proposals for the building were discussed in a closed meeting with the Superintendent last week. News Ten's Ann Pierret tells us what's next.

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How to Prevent Neighborhood Flooding

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Rain can sweep grass clippings and leaves into storm drains and clog them. Ingham County Drain Maintenance crews say they can't clear them all, but homeowners can help fix the problem.

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Mid-Michigan Goes Back to School

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Back to books and buses -- it's the first day of class for Michigan public schools. Mid-Michigan students have been prepping for weeks.

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Neighbors Surprised by Shooting

Updated: 09/08/2015 - Some people locked themselves inside after police responded to a shooting on Chandler Road in DeWitt Township.

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Lawmakers to Discuss Scandal, Roads in Session

Posted: 09/07/2015 - A disciplinary hearing set for Tuesday could lead to Representatives Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat's expulsion. State lawmakers are taking up the issue when they come back from summer break this week, and the scandal could overshadow key policies like road funding.

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