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Boy Raising Money For Mom's Rare Brain Disease

Updated: 06/22/2014 - What started as an annual garage sale turned into a fundraising effort for an 11-year-old East Lansing boy. He set up his own lemonade stand to raise awareness for a rare brain disease his mom was diagnosed with.

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Central Park Five Settlement

Posted: 06/21/2014 - A resolution is reached in one of the most controversial civil rights cases in U.S. history. The Central Park 5 reach a settlement with the city of New York.

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Teen Saves Toddler From Third Story Fall

Updated: 06/20/2014 - A Jackson teen saves a toddler falling from a third-story window at an apartment complex. The 18-year-old says he had never held a baby before but his first time was nothing short of a miracle.

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MSU Approves Tuition Hike in 2014-2015 Budget

Updated: 06/20/2014 - Michigan State Board of Trustees increases tuition by 2.8% per year, making the new total for undergraduates in-state at $13,200 per year not including room and board.

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Senate Candidates Seek Business Support

Updated: 06/20/2014 - The race for Michigan's open Senate seat has already been a little testy with democrat Gary Peters saying republican Terri Lynn Land is afraid to face him.

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Getting Older Isn't Getting Any Cheaper

Posted: 06/19/2014 - Trying to decide if you need in home care, if you can afford it? We have some advice on how to prepare for the golden years.

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Experts Mixed on Whether Unrest in Iraq Will Affect U.S. Gas Prices

Updated: 06/19/2014 - It's hard not to cringe when you find yourself at the gas pump. The national average price for a gallon of regular gas is $3.67. That's the highest it's been this time of year since 2008. As violence threatens oil supplies in Iraq, experts are mixed on whether it will affect U.S. gas prices.

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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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