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Corrections Officer Training Academics Could Cut Costs

Posted: 02/27/2015 - Dealing with shortages in corrections officers, the state is taking another step to fix that. Next month it's reinstating its state-funded training academy, which was farmed out to community colleges less than two years ago. The department hopes it will help cut costs in the long run.

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Prisoners' Doctor Bills Rising

Updated: 02/27/2015 - Medical bills can add up, whether it's a co-pay at the doctor's office or getting a major procedure. Did you know you're paying for prisoners' health care too? The Department of Corrections' budget is shrinking and health care costs are only going up.

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Allegiant Air Leaves Lansing Airport

Updated: 02/27/2015 - Allegiant Air has eliminated their service from Lansing, after more than nine years of doing so. It's not the first time the airline has pulled a flight as ridership's been dropping over the years. But this move is raising questions about the viability of Capital Region International Airport.

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Higher Property Values Might Hurt City

Posted: 02/27/2015 - As you get your property assessments in the mail you might notice the value of your home has gone up, and with it your property taxes. But they could have gone up more, and for the city that's a loss in needed revenue.

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Woman Charged in Boyfriend's Fatal Stabbing

Updated: 02/27/2015 - Dawn Dixon-Bey is charged with open murder in the stabbing death of her boyfriend Gregory Stack. The stabbing took place February 14 at a home in Jackson.

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Police: 7 Fatally Shot, Gunman Dead In Southeastern Missouri

Posted: 02/27/2015 - - Authorities say seven people were shot to death and one was wounded in attacks in a small southeastern Missouri town, and the suspected gunman was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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Schools Rule: Olivet High School

Updated: 03/02/2015 - The Olivet High School Eagles packed the bleachers for Schools Rule. Students from 6th to 12th grade were celebrating spirit week. They talked about why they have so much Eagle pride during Winter Homecoming - and year round.

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Controversy over Ballot Wording

Updated: 02/26/2015 - Not everyone is happy with the wording the State Board of Canvassers chose today for Proposal one on the May 5th ballot.

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Fighting Off Those Winter Blues

Updated: 02/27/2015 - If the frigid temperatures and the snow are making you not want to get out of bed, you're not alone. But, psychiatrists say getting out and active is the best way to fight off the winter blues.

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Bill Would Give Police Cellphone Location Data

Posted: 02/26/2015 - The state House is expected to vote on a bill that would require wireless carriers to share cellphone location information with law enforcement during emergencies.

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High Demand For Heating Help

Posted: 02/26/2015 - It's no secret that furnaces have been working overtime this winter, but what you may not know is how many people are struggling to pay their bills because of it. A simple walk around the block on Friday is changing that.

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Michigan Might Ban Drones in Hunting

Posted: 02/25/2015 - People are finding new uses for drones every day, but how and when they should be used is still up for debate. So state lawmakers have two bills in the works that would affect one of Michigan's biggest pastimes, hunting.

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MI National Guard to Fight Cyber Attacks

Posted: 02/25/2015 - Michigan's Army National Guard is training for the newest attack in modern warfare. The state has been selected as one of three Cyber Protection Teams in the country.

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Essential Oils? Hype or Help? Part 2

Updated: 02/25/2015 - Our News 10 Special Report on essential oils continues - Tuesday we explained the health craze, and in Part 2, we detail what possible dangers there might be when you use oils. A growing number of people swear by the medicinal benefits of essential oils, but there are several precautions users should be taking.

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Group Raising Money to Buy Hell

Updated: 02/25/2015 - A Detroit-based group has launched a crowdfunding campaign with the goal of raising more than $1.3 million to purchase holdings in the unincorporated village of Hell.

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