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Thousands Impacted by Mid-Michigan Physicians Closure

Updated: 11/19/2015 - A couple thousand patients have had their appointments canceled because of the crash at the Mid-Michigan Physicians building Wednesday, Construction crews are working to get the facility back up to code, while police are trying to figure out why the man rammed it twice.

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Staff Had Emergency Plan in Place

Updated: 11/18/2015 - Would you know what to do is someone drove a car into the building where you work? Mid-Michigan Physicians had lock-down and evacuation plans ready to go.

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No Need to Wait Until Black Friday

Updated: 11/17/2015 - Black Friday may not be dead, but it is on life support. Some of the best deals of the holiday shopping season can now be found before Thanksgiving weekend. Why are the markdowns starting earlier this year and how much can you save?

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Snyder Temporarily Blocks Refugees

Posted: 11/17/2015 - The Governor wants to take a look at the US Department of Homeland Security's vetting process first.

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Community Steps Up After VFW Theft

Updated: 11/13/2015 - Donations have been pouring into Mason's VFW Post 7309 since we showed you surveillance footage of a thief stealing money meant for homeless veterans. The robbery happened early Thursday morning. And tonight, there are a number of people helping replace the stolen cash.

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Veterans Day Money Stolen From VFW

Posted: 11/12/2015 - Just a few hours after their Veterans Day open house ended at VFW Post 7309 in Mason, someone broke in and stole the money raised for homeless vets. The Post Commander shared the surveillance footage with News Ten in hopes you can help catch the thief.

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Court Program Helping Veterans

Updated: 11/10/2015 - Some local veterans are getting the help they need thanks to a special court system in Eaton County. We caught up with a previous graduate about how it helped him turn his life around.

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Road Funding Plan to Create Jobs

Posted: 11/10/2015 - Governor Snyder has officially signed the roads plan, investing more than a billion dollars to fix our crumbling roads.

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Dig Jackson Almost Complete

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Construction in Downtown Jackson is almost complete, after a year and a half of work. The project "Dig Jackson" tore up the Downtown area. And, while many considered it a headache, businesses owners and residents now say it was worth it.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Truck Driver Shortage

Updated: 11/06/2015 - Everything you buy, from the clothes you wear to the food you eat, took a ride on a truck before getting to you.

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Experts Say You Don't Need to Rake

Updated: 11/04/2015 - It would be a shame to spend all of this beautiful fall weather raking leaves. Some experts say you don't have to. We'll tell you why they think your lawn will be just fine if you leave the leaves behind.

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Roads Vote Expected This Week

Posted: 11/02/2015 - We could know as early as Tuesday if there's a deal to fix Michigan's roads. That's when senators tell News 10 they're planning to vote on a funding package. Governor Rick Snyder talked about the crisis on Monday for the first time since a roads vote fell through in the Senate last week.

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