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Schools Rule: Jackson High School

Posted: 10/23/2015 - The orange and black packed the gym at Jackson High School for Schools Rule. The Vikings tell us why they are so excited for tonight's Community Bowl game.

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Teen Going to Trial for Triple Fatal

Updated: 10/22/2015 - The Albion teen accused of causing a deadly accident over Memorial Day Weekend could face up to 15 years behind bars. Today, a judge decided there's enough evidence to send Shammond Holmes to trial. Police say he was driving at speeds up to 124 m.p.h. when he lost control, crossed the media and slammed into oncoming traffic. Two girls who were in his car testified before the judge today.

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Spartan Hero Talks About Injury

Updated: 10/21/2015 - It's the play of the year in college football, and it was the last play of the year for Jalen Watts-Jackson. The Michigan State defensive back dislocated and fractured his hip, scoring the winning touchdown Saturday.

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Shots Fired at Eaton Rapids Medical Center

Updated: 10/21/2015 - The Eaton Rapids Medical Center posts on its Facebook page that shots were fired from a vehicle at a paramedic who was standing outside.

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Sorting out Mammogram Guidelines

Updated: 10/20/2015 - Do you know when women are supposed to start getting mammograms? The American Cancer Society published new breast cancer screening guidelines Tuesday, making a few changes to the previous recommendations.

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Stockbridge Trying for Another School Bond

Updated: 10/19/2015 - The Stockbridge School District is hoping to upgrade its three school buildings to bring them into the 21st Century. The school board asked voters what they'd be willing to help pay for, after last year's proposal failed. That input and a gas pipeline have resulted in a less expensive and more efficient proposal.

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Stockbridge Schools Has High Hopes for New Bond Proposal

Posted: 10/19/2015 - After the Stockbridge Community Schools's bond proposal effort failed in May 2014, the district surveyed parents and put together a new proposal. They're hoping the changes will have the community voting "yes" in November.

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Stink Bugs Invading Mid-Michigan Homes

Updated: 10/19/2015 - Scientists from Michigan State University are sounding the alarm about the brown marmorated stink bugs, that might already be inside your home looking for warmth from the cold.

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Michigan Bills Would Ban Second-Term Abortion Procedure

Posted: 10/17/2015 - Michigan anti-abortion advocates are targeting a common second-trimester abortion procedure, pushing bills in the Republican-led Legislature to prohibit what they say is "dismemberment" of a fetus

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