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New Grant to Protect Michigan Children

Lead poisoning is something new home owners should be aware of.  Muskegon County and Detroit have been awarded $4.74 million in federal grant money to protect children from the possibility of lead poisoning

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It’s Cold and Flu Season and a Lot More!

It’s getting to be the time of year when cold and flu viruses spread through the country. This year however the perils of getting ill could be far worse.

Enterovirus 68 is what the Centers for Disease Control think is the culprit behind thousands of sick kids in at least 40 states now

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Government Spent $300,000 To Study How Bikes Work

I do not know any other way to say this but just straight forward. I am not joking about this. Those of us who actually pay Federal Income taxes are not going to like this.

The Obama Administration through the National Science Foundation (NS

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Big state money for schools is prompting many to get creative in attracting students
Big state money for schools is prompting many to get creative in attracting students
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Wednesday is the All-Important School “Count Day”

School districts across the state are putting the finishing touches on plans to get students enrolled in school to be "in" those seats tomorrow.

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Update To Detroit Residents Wanting Free Water

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled Monday to refuse to block the city of Detroit from shutting off water to delinquent customers for 6 months. He ruled that there is no right to free water.

"There is no such right or law," Rhodes ruled

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Snyder Begins Town Hall Meetings But Not Without Criticism
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Snyder Begins Town Hall Meetings But Not Without Criticism

One down and nine more to go.  Governor Snyder is set to hold another of his town hall-style meetings on Thursday in the Detroit area after making his first appearance Monday night at the Bernhard Center at Western Michigan University.

But the road, if last night's event is any indication, might be a bit bumpy.

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Road crews are working to stock up on salt for winter.
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Road crews are working to stock up on salt for winter. Photo: Getty Images
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Icy Roads Ahead, Salt Supply Low

Due to the record snowfall and extremely cold winter last year, salt supplies are low this season.

Tight supplies are causing the price of road salt across the U.S. to drastically increase.

It has been reported that prices are double what they were last year, in some cases the price has increased by 5 times

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Toyota Recalling 690,000 Vehicles

Due to rear leaf springs that could break, puncturing the gas tank setting fire to the vehicle 690,000 Toyota Tacoma pickups are being recalled.

Tacoma Four-by-Four and Pre-Runner pickups made between 2005-2011 are covered by the recall

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Back to the Future of Oil!

 

 

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Jung-Pang Wu - Getty Images
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American Flag Challenge Flying High!

On September 11, 2014 after hearing of a 24 year US army veteran being told to go home and change his uniform because it might ‘offend’ students at Adams High School in Rochester, Michigan I’d had enough

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