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2012 Genesee County Heart Walk Coming May 19th

Here is a great way to help the American Heart Association and yourself. Take part in the 2012 Genesee County Heart Walk and improve your health while raising funds to help fight heart disease and strokes. The walk starts at the University of Michigan-Flint and kicks off at 8:30am on Saturday, May 19th.

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Racism Museum opens on the campus of Ferris State University in Michigan

New Michigan Museum Reveals Ugly Truth About Racism [VIDEO]

The ugliness of racism is on display at a new museum on the campus of Ferris State University in Big Rapids. The Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia opened last week, and features thousands of troubling artifacts, including whips, chains, and signs which once dictated where African Americans could sit, or even get a drink.

David Pilgrim, the museum's curator and founder says the museum is designed to teach tolerance, not glorify racism.

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Edible Flint Offers Garden Starter Kits For Just $15

Edible Flint wants to help residents of Flint and Genesee County to have access to healthy food. One of the best ways for that to happen is for people to grow their own gardens. Nothing beats something fresh picked from your own backyard garden, and Edible Flint is offering garden starter kits for just $15 that include everything you need to start a nice garden.

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Mike Wallace pitches Phillip Morris cigarettes

Chris Wallace Remembers his Father, Mike Wallace, as his ‘Best Friend’ [VIDEOS]

University of Michigan graduate Mike Wallace is remembered by his son Chris Wallace as his 'best friend'.

The host of 'Fox News Sunday' remembered his dad fondly, and said Wallace was surrounded by loved ones when he died Saturday, and in the last years of his life became his best friend.

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High school seniorNithin Tumma wins first prize for his breast cancer research
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Michigan Teen Wins $100,000 – Could His Research Lead to a Cure For Breast Cancer?

Nithin Tumma, a 17-year-old high school senior from Port Huron, Michigan has won first prize in the 'Intel Science Talent Search' competition earlier this week. Tumma's prize? $100,000!

The project that lead Tumma to beating out 1,838 other high school students could bring researchers closer to a cure for breast cancer.

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