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Fundraiser to Rebuild Bridge

Posted: 10/04/2014 - 167 years of history burned down last year when the Whites Bridge in Ionia was destroyed.

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Authorities Bust Sex Trafficking Ring, Bust 3

Updated: 10/03/2014 - A 17-year-old from Lansing is accused of recruiting young girls and getting them drunk and high to have sex with strangers. Local police and the feds teamed up to bust that sex trafficking ring that stretched from Mid-Michigan to Arizona.

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Growth In Manufacturing Means More Jobs

Posted: 10/03/2014 - College and high school students got a peak at what it's like to work in the manufacturing industry on Friday. Emergent Biosolutions in Lansing gave tours of its labs where the anthrax vaccine is made as part of "Manufacturing Day." It's a chance to encourage students to think about their future careers in a field that has a lot of available jobs.

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3 Charged in Sex Trafficking Scandal

Updated: 10/03/2014 - Three Michigan residents - one of Detroit and two of Lansing - have been charged on multiple counts for sex trafficking.

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Schools Rule Lumen Christi

Updated: 10/03/2014 - News 10 headed to the land of the Titans this morning for Schools Rule at Jackson Lumen Christi. Students were cheering for Homecoming Week and talking about all the great things they have going on this year.

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Eaton County Asks For Road Millage

Posted: 10/02/2014 - As the wait continues for a funding plan to fix Michigan's roads some communities are taking matters into their own hands. Voters in Eaton County will see a road millage on the ballot next month. It would raise more than $60 million over the next 12 years. However some people in Eaton County won't get as much out of the millage as they're putting in.

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State is Hiring Hundreds of Workers

Updated: 10/02/2014 - There could be 11,000 jobs available with the state in the next two years. The state anticipates about 11,000 workers retiring in the next 24 months. And, it's not wasting any time preparing for that.

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UPDATE: Church Files Lawsuit Against the Mayor

Updated: 10/03/2014 - A day after representatives from Friendship Baptist Church filed a lawsuit against Mayor Virg Bernero, a judge has ordered the city to allow the Fire Marshal to inspect church property.

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DHS Visitation Rooms Get Makeover

Posted: 10/02/2014 - The visitation rooms for local foster care children are now more inviting thanks to some Mid-Michigan volunteers.

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A Movie Set is Moving Into East Lansing

Updated: 10/02/2014 - The Broad Art Museum on MSU's campus has caught a lot of people's eyes driving by. And apparently, that includes a certain movie director. There are rumors it may be a part of Michigan's biggest movie yet - Batman v. Superman.

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Count Day Highlights Competition For Students

Updated: 10/01/2014 - The number of students at Wednesday's roll call determines 90 percent of state funding for each school in the state. It's the first of two count days across Michigan. The Lansing School District hopes it won't see a drop in enrollment, but the district has some competition.

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