LANSING (WKZO) -- Traffic deaths are up in Michigan for the second straight year. New data shows about 950 people died on state roadways in 2013, which is around 20 people more than the year before. The biggest increase, though, is with drug-related traffic deaths. Michigan State Police say there is a 22-percent jump in drug-involved roadway killings.
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