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UPDATE - Lansing Homicide Victim Identified

Posted: 04/24/2015 - The Lansing Police Department has released the identity of the man who was the victim of a homicide Thursday, April 23, 2015 on Lansing's south side.

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Schools Rule: Okemos High School

Posted: 04/24/2015 - The Okemos High School Chiefs were out in full force for Schools Rule. Decked out in their maroon, students talked about their most successful programs this year - and how they plan to continue helping the community.

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Students Hurt When Stage Collapses

Updated: 04/24/2015 - Authorities in central Indiana say more than a dozen people have been injured after a stage filled with students collapsed during a theater performance at a public high school.

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Major Road Work Ahead on MLK

Posted: 04/23/2015 - More orange barrels will soon be showing up in Lansing, this time on a large portion of MLK Boulavard. It's one of city's biggest construction projects this summer involving crews from the Board of Water and Light and the city.

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CONSUMER REPORTS: Best Deals on Glucose Meters

Updated: 04/24/2015 - For the 10% of Americans with diabetes, checking glucose levels several times a day is essential. But the test strips can cost thousands of dollars a year. We find some inexpensive meters that are very accurate with strips that cost far less.

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Mission to Reopen Ella Sharp Granary Restaurant

Posted: 04/23/2015 - Ella Sharp Museum in Jackson is a popular attraction with many, but for about a year now, there has been no place to buy food while on the premises. That could soon change if one chef has his way.

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Orr Speaking in East Lansing

Posted: 04/23/2015 - The man who shepherded Detroit through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history is scheduled to speak during an event in East Lansing.

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Neighbors Fight Niowave

Updated: 04/23/2015 - Walnut neighborhood residents are fed up with the Niowave pole barn.

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Senate Committee Passes Controversial Adoption Bills

Posted: 04/22/2015 - A group of controversial adoption bills are one step closer to becoming law. A Senate Committee passed the legislation this afternoon. The bills let faith-based agencies refuse to place children in homes against their religious beliefs.

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Push to End Human Trafficking

Posted: 04/22/2015 - More people are being forced into human trafficking in Michigan, and some people are finding it tough to spot the crime when it's happening. It's an issue a new commission out of the state attorney general's office is tackling.

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Commission Hopes to Curb Human Trafficking

Posted: 04/22/2015 - More people in Michigan are becoming victims of human trafficking, something the state Attorney General's Office is trying to fight. On Wednesday the newly appointed Michigan Human Trafficking Commission held it's first meeting.

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DNR: Spring Weather Has Bears on the Move

Posted: 04/22/2015 - The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds residents that black bears are among those animals that are now awake and have left their dens.

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