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Good Year For Michigan's Apple Crop

Updated: 10/14/2015 - Fall is here, and apple-picking season is in full swing around Mid-Michigan. Local growers say after a cool, rainy spring and summer, this year's crop looks good.

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Lewis Jr. Getting Some Freedom Back

Updated: 10/13/2015 - A 19-year-old convicted of murder at age 13 is one step closer to freedom. Charles Lewis, Jr. has been in the juvenile system since he was found guilty in the gang-related shooting of Shayla Johnson. News Ten talked with the Judge who ruled Lewis will be allowed to leave a the detention center on supervised trips.

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NYC To Improve Nuts-And-Bolts Of Bail

Posted: 10/13/2015 - New York City officials want to find new ways to improve how bail is administered for 50,000 people held in jail each year because they can't afford bail money.

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Active Shooter Training Part Of College Security Plans

Posted: 10/11/2015 - Some of Michigan's larger universities and community colleges have plans for police officers to deal with gunmen on their campuses and have measures in place to keep students and staff safe.

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Cincinnati Attempts To Save Music Landmark

Updated: 10/10/2015 - City officials in Cincinnati hope a new designation will help preserve a historical recording studio that once produced music by the likes of James Brown, Otis Redding and John Lee Hooker.

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MSU Researchers Looking for Cancer Link

Posted: 10/09/2015 - The sunscreen you wear and the foods you eat could be increasing your risk for breast cancer. News Ten's Ann Pierret talked with MSU researchers trying to find out if sunscreen and a high fat diet are a dangerous combination.

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Mosque Protests Planned This Weekend

Posted: 10/09/2015 - While there aren't specific threats involving mid-Michigan, members of the mosque say you can never be too careful.

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Cracking Down on Drugged Driving

Updated: 10/09/2015 - The number of deadly accidents caused by a driver under the influence of marijuana has more than doubled in the last 8 years. And, that's one reason why state lawmakers are working to give police a new tool to help them crack down on drugged driving. State Police are getting behind an on-the-road swab kit.

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Improvements Pay Off

Updated: 10/09/2015 - Enrollment numbers have gone up for Northwest Community Schools for the second year in a row.

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