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I-Team report: Day on the job as a sheriff's deputy

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Every day the men and women of law enforcement put their lives on the line to protect and serve our community. It’s an important job that not everyone can do. That’s why we wanted to take a look behind the badge and give you an up-close view of what it’s like to be a Saginaw County Deputy. 

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I-Team report: Juvenile injustice?

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"These are first degree murder cases. These are the worst of the worst," Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton said.

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I-Team Report: MSP Patrols 5 years later

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The state police helicopter patrols the skies over Flint and Saginaw five nights a week. It’s part of the Secure Cities Initiative. 

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I-Team report: Early warnings

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Severe weather in Michigan can happen any day at any time. "One lady was killed in her bedroom.

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I-Team Report: Water Worries

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In the State of Michigan, a water bottle can represent several different things.

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I-Team Report: Trust betrayed by gymnastics coach accused of sexual assault

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Shocking allegations of sexual assault, abuse and a cover up. The I-Team uncovers disturbing new details in the case against a beloved doctor for many Michigan athletes and even us Olympians. 

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I-Team: Animal abuse epidemic

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Michigan has an epidemic of animal abuse on its hands. Horrifying headlines of beloved pets being abused, tortured and killed appear virtually every week.

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Travis Mills gives back with retreat for wounded veterans

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TV5's David Custer traveled to Maine to talk with Travis Mills about the retreat he's founded for wounded veterans and their families. 

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I-Team: Airline pet safety

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"Absolutely heartbreaking. It still doesn't make sense. I still cry every day for him and I feel like he was taken from me," said Kathleen Considine, pet owner.

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I-Team: Nursing home fire safety

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It's a difficult decision faced by many adult children of aging parents - whether or not they should put them in a nursing home.

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I-Team Report: Spring forecast

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With an unusually warm winter the I-Team wanted to see how the forecast looks for spring.

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I-Team investigates dangerous intersection

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A brutal crash at a Mid-Michigan intersection cost a little girl her life earlier this month.

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I-Team: Veteran suffering from PTSD kills wife, self

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An Army veteran killed his wife and then himself. His family said his case is yet another example of the military dropping the ball on PTSD cases resulting in thousands of suicides a year.

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I-Team: Inside look at state rep. salaries

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When talking about etiquette a rule of thumb is to never discuss how much money someone makes. However, when it comes to government employees who are paid with your tax dollars you often wonder how much they make.

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I-Team: Why so many selfies?

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"I post a lot of selfies and now they have so many filters. It just makes it more exciting," said Natalie Henderson, Central Michigan University student.

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I-Team: Cardiac arrest striking down student athletes

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One thousand kids die every year when they are suddenly and mysteriously struck down, often while playing competitive sports.

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I-Team: Cardiac alert

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The I-Team finds out the hidden heart risks we all can face and how easy it is to learn CPR and become AED certified.

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Police work to build positive relationships with community

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With unrest across the country regarding police involved shootings, local police are trying to build positive relationships with their community.

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Special Report

Law and Order: A Matter of Trust

What can be done to repair the rift between police and the community? 

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Meeting on common ground, teens and cops discuss distrust

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A local teenager lays it on the line: if we're going to trust the people who protect us, they have to trust us too.

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TV5 among award recipients from Crime Prevention Association of Michigan

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In a three part series, Law and Order: a matter of trust, TV5 wanted to help bridge the gap between citizens and police in light of the growing tension and the many officer involved shootings across the country. More>>

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Residents try out police encounter simulation

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Police said it’s difficult to put into words how intense an encounter with a suspect can be, so they invited some residents to get an inside look using a state-of-the-art virtual simulation. More>>

Police discuss do's and don'ts of law enforcement interaction

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"When we approach somebody on the street, take your hands out of your pocket. We'll ask your name, if you have an ID and we'll ask to see your ID," Saginaw police Det. Rob Adams said. More>>

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