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New class and privilege controversy over college admissions


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College dating course offered


Rep. Witwer honors local teacher


Businesses show their appreciation for teachers


Contract reached between MSU and university graduate employees union


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Whitmer addresses grads at MSU Commencement


Mid-Michigan Police Academy graduates its spring class


Report says suicide victim bullied


MSU grads rally for a "living wage"


Michigan Department of Education to take questions on proposed social studies standards changes


New president named at Lansing Catholic High School


Michigan schools make the grade in U.S. News and World Report ranking


Michigan Legislature OKs delay in teacher evaluation change


Mason Public Schools break ground on two major projects


Americans split on college admissions fairness


More than 65% of Michigan students are not college ready


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Back to School

Updated: 08/29/2018 - Technology makes communication between students and teachers easier, but it also opens the door for inappropriate behavior. We took a closer look at what experts are calling a national epidemic.

Posted: 08/29/2018 - There are foods that could keep you up at night and there are even some that could help you fall asleep.

Updated: 08/28/2018 - You can see you News 10 anchors and reporters in our "First Day of School" photo gallery.

Updated: 08/28/2018 - The photographer said wearing a hat in the photos is against their policy.

Updated: 08/28/2018 - Some local districts aren't making the grade when it comes to school bus safety.

Updated: 08/24/2018 - Experts say back-to-school stress is common especially if kids are starting at a new school.

Posted: 08/24/2018 - The Mason Public Schools have added new technology to their school bus fleet this year.

Posted: 08/24/2018 - “Having working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, along with knowing and practicing an escape plan are the most important factors in keeping college students safe,” said State Fire Marshal Kevin Sehlmeyer.

Posted: 08/24/2018 - The 14-year old "Stranger Things" star, who is no stranger to social media trolls, hopes young people can "rise above the hate" and "not let anyone change you."

Updated: 08/23/2018 - If you've gotten a little lax over the summer months, back to school can be a great time to re-focus on your routine and eating habits.