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“Immediately what went through my mind was oh my god, what am I going to do?” said Haslett Homeowner Lisa Harkness.
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They’re hoping that by installing smoke detectors, it will save someone’s life.
Fire officials tell 6 News the second floor of the 2-story home was completely destroyed due to heavy flames.
Threatening a school is a situation that’s not taken lightly.
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The cold temperatures didn’t stop Lansing locals from taking a stance on supporting the Affordable Care Act.
A group of local film-makers shined a light on the issue of human trafficking here in Michigan with hopes of combatting the problem.
Schor says while he loves his job at the state capitol, he wants to deal directly with the city.