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Audit blames MDOT for not enforcing warranties on road fixes

State auditors are putting the blame on the Michigan Department of Transportation for the states road woes.

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Police: 1 dead, 1 injured in East Lansing shooting

Police say a Lansing-area man is dead and another is injured following a shooting at a parking structure near Michigan State University's campus.

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MSU expands organic farmer training program

Michigan State University is expanding its organic farmer training program, to help...

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Path to fix Michigan roads looking bumpy

Citing philosophical differences, the bipartisan team that was in place to attempt to get Michiganders to vote yes on a sales tax increase in May to fix the roads is now off the ballot proposal.

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Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame to be erected in Lansing

The Michigan Baseball Hall of Fame will feature plaques mounted on 3-foot tall pillars.

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Saginaw Valley football player faces attempted murder charge

Joshua Nolen faces assault with intent to commit murder and two other charges after the three students were injured at Campus Village at Cardinal Center.

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Ingham deputy killed in crash during pursuit

Grant Whitaker died early Sunday morning southeast of Lansing in Stockbridge Township.

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MSU police: Bomb threat was a hoax

Everyone on campus is being asked to secure in place until further notice from MSU police.

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Fan falls onto field during MSU-OSU game

Michigan State University police say the fan fell onto the field during the game and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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Duel between Snyder, Schauer competitive

The primary election is over and now the gloves are off in the two top-of-the-ticket races in Michigan. Multiple polls in a row are now showing the duel between Rick Snyder and Mark Schauer is competitive.

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Snyder signs bills revising Michigan Merit Curriculum

On June 25 at Dakota High School, Gov. Rick Snyder approved legislation to revise the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

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Temperance teen walks with brother on back

Dozens of cheering supporters released balloons as a Michigan teenager began a 40-mile journey on foot with a special cargo strapped to his back.

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