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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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High Water Level Making River Dangerous

Updated: 07/13/2015 - Recent heavy rain has pushed the Grand River to a level three times higher than normal. That has the Eaton County Sheriff's Office responding to several near-drowning incidents in the last week.

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Mid-Michigan Restaurants Start Week of Specials

Updated: 07/12/2015 - 18 restaurants across the Capital area are participating in Restaurant Week. They're offering a 3-course meal for $25 per person or per couple, depending on the restaurant.

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Community Honors Fallen Soldier

Updated: 07/12/2015 - People who never even met Specialist Wyatt Martin waved flags and paid tribute at his funeral procession in Charlotte.

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Rand Paul in Michigan

Posted: 07/11/2015 - The presidential hopeful is heading to our state.

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Mayor Hopes to Spruce Up Adado Riverfront Park

Posted: 07/10/2015 - It's day 4 of the Common Ground Music Festival, one of Lansing's biggest events at Adado Riverfront Park. And, that has Mayor Bernero talking about changes to the park.

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Water Safety: Parasites in Michigan's Lakes and Rivers

Updated: 07/10/2015 - How safe is the water your kids are swimming in? A teenager in Minnesota died after developing a brain infection after swimming in a lake. But an expert with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says the parasite that may have caused the boy's infection is not the one Michigan swimmer's should be worried about.

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