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SPECIAL REPORT: Shoot, Don't Shoot

Updated: 11/02/2015 - A concealed pistol license grants you the right to carry a pistol. And, in certain circumstances, you can shoot that pistol and shoot to kill. But, is that only in self defense, or can you defend others? In a special report, News Ten's Ann Pierret finds out what it takes to pull the trigger and who you can pull it on.

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Mom Files Suit Against Lansing Schools

Updated: 11/02/2015 - It wasn't the assault of her son that convinced Jennifer Garza to sue the Lansing School District. It's the fact that she claims the teacher accused of doing it had a long track record of abusing students. Garza filed the lawsuit Monday, a little more than a year after her son came home with bruises. We talked with Garza about what her lawyers found when they dug into the teacher's background.

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Waverly Mourns Helina Dirba

Posted: 10/30/2015 - Grief counselors were made available to any student who needed to talk about the loss of their fellow classmate.

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Suspect Arraigned in Deadly Hit & Run

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Updated: 10/30/2015 - The suspect in the hit and run accident that killed a 14-year-old Waverly HS student has been charged. Hector Arroyo has been charged with three counts, including involuntary manslaughter for running over Helen Dirba Wednesday.

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Docs Say Don't Use Decorative Contact Lenses

Updated: 10/29/2015 - Part of the fun of Halloween is dressing up, but certain costume pieces could be dangerous. Eye doctors are warning people no to use decorative contact lenses, especially from a costume shop.

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Senate Cancels Road Funding Vote

Posted: 10/27/2015 - The state Senate canceled a vote on the road funding plan the House passed last week. Lawmakers couldn't agree on key parts of the plan. They spent nearly six hours negotiating on Tuesday, but weren't able to get enough support for the House plan.

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One Week Left Before the Jackson Mayoral Election

Courtesy: MGN Online

Updated: 10/27/2015 - A banker and an experienced politician are going head to head in Jackson's mayoral election. Just one week from Election Day, we caught up with the candidates to see how they're working to win votes.

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Low Scores On First M-STEP

Updated: 10/28/2015 - The first round of scores from the state's new standardized test are in.

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Increase in Drug Overdose Deaths Leads to State Action Plan

Updated: 10/26/2015 - The state is trying to stop a growing drug abuse epidemic with a new plan to monitor powerful prescription painkillers. The Drug and Opioid Abuse Task Force released several recommendations to the Governor on Monday.

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Lansing Man Injured in I96 Crash

Posted: 10/24/2015 - A Lansing man is in the hospital he lost control of his car and smashed into a guardrail early Saturday.

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Former MSU Star Cleaves Subject Of Sex Assault Probe

Updated: 01/26/2016 - Prosecutors say former Michigan State University basketball star and television analyst Mateen Cleaves is the subject of a sexual assault investigation but has not been charged.

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