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Mount Pleasant Police Looking for Hit and Run Suspect

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Police in Mount Pleasant need your help identifying a hit and run suspect.  More>>

Michigan State Police Mourns Loss Of Fellow Trooper

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State police say Trooper Chad Wolf was on patrol with his department-issued motorcycle when he was hit by a vehicle towing a trailer near Pontiac.  More>>

Fox 32 Returns To Dish Network

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A multi-year agreement has now been reached between Dish Network and Cadillac Telecasting Company. More>>

Manistee County Fair Is Underway In Onekama

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A northern Michigan county fair wants to finish strong on Saturday and they've got plenty going on.The 131st Manistee County Fair is happening in Onekama.  More>>

Kalkaska County Deputies Apprehend Inmate After Brief Escape

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A Kalkaska County inmate escaped police custody while being checked out at the hospital on Friday. More>>

TC Hosts Meeting Over Proposed Building Development

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In this update, Traverse City Commissioners will hold a study session next week over a proposed nine-story building. More>>

Mason County Woman Facing Perjury Charges

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Elizabeth Whitaker is now charged with one count of perjury during a court proceeding.Investigators say Whitaker lied while testifying in a meth trial last February. More>>

Traverse City Rotary Club Offers $1 Million to Buy Coal Dock Property

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A Northern Michigan organization wants to buy a historic piece of property and make it open to the public.. More>>

Traverse City Residents Remember Hurricane Katrina

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Emotions coming back today... 10 years after Hurricane Katrina devastated much of the gulf coast.   More>>

750 Acres of Land To Be Preserved For Public Use

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Hundreds of acres of land in Northern Michigan are now officially saved for public use. More>>

Osceola Sheriff Remembers Hurricane Katrina 10 Years Later

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This weekend marks a decade since Hurricane Katrina obliterated the Gulf Coast. More>>

Mount Pleasant Police Ready as CMU Students Return to Campus

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Police in Mount Pleasant, prepared for a busy weekend of partying as students return to Central Michigan University. More>>

State Police Honor CMU Students

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A special honor today for a group of accounting students from Central Michigan University. More>>

BrewVine: Bonobo Winery on Old Mission Peninsula

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One of the area’s newest wineries is quickly becoming known for delicious vino and stellar design. More>>

Montcalm Co. Deputies Arrest Saginaw Woman Accused of Identity Theft

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Police in Montcalm County arrested a downstate woman for using someone else's identity to shop online. More>>

Traverse City Rotary Club Looking to Acquire Former Coal Properties

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Traverse City's Rotary Club has offered one million dollars to Traverse City Light and Power for a piece of property. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Early Christmas Shopping

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On last night's newscast, we told you Walmart is getting a head start to this Christmas season. More>>

Battle Creek Plane Crash Kills Pilot

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A small plane's pilot is dead after crash landing shortly after takeoff in Battle Creek. More>>

Michigan State Police Trooper in Critical Condition After I-75 Crash

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A Michigan State Police trooper is in critical condition after getting hit by a car while on motorcycle patrol. More>>

Northern Michigan Hardwood Forest Protected Under New Agreement

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The DNR signed a deal Friday that will protect about 750 acres of hardwood forest in Northern Michigan. More>>

Gov. Snyder Will Take Part in Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk

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Governor Snyder will again take part in a Labor Day tradition in Northern Michigan... The annual Mackinac Bridge Walk. More>>

MiNavigator Provides Autism Resources Statewide

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“My daughter loves to wander. She loves being by the water. We have a pond we have a pool. She's gone in the water by herself,” said Andrea Wagner.That's just one worry Andrea Wagner has about her daughter who's autistic. More>>

Events Friday: Otsego County Fair, Serving Fair, Uber Tuber

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It's Event Friday on Michigan This Morning. Here are a few fun things going on this weekend if you're still looking for something to do. More>>

Forecasters Keep a Close Eye on Tropical Storm Erika

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Forecasters are keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Erika as it moves over Puerto Rico and heads towards the east coast of the United States. More>>

College Shooting Leaves One Georgia Student Dead

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New details this morning about a shooting at Savannah State University. More>>

DNR Creates Chronic Wasting Disease Check Points In Ingham County

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A new plan in place for the fall aims to stop chronic wasting disease from spreading among Michigan deer.This deadly neurological disease spreads from deer to deer in body fluids. More>>

Amber Alert Canceled : Detroit Toddler Found

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An Amber Alert issued for 18 month old, Jazz Barrett, has been canceled.She and her mother were at located at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan. More>>

GT Metro Fire Hosts Fundraiser For Captain's Family This Weekend

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The Grand Traverse community is coming together to help a deserving family. More>>

Volunteers Clean Up Grand Traverse County Beaches

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Waves along Grand Traverse Bay are able to crash into cleaner beach shores thanks to local volunteers. More>>

York Township Murder Suspect Found Competent To Stand Trial

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Joseph Hall appeared in the competency hearing this Thursday.He is charged with two counts of murder, three counts of assault with intent to murder and first degree home invasion. More>>

Emmet County Woman Arrested For Stealing Over $50,000 From Employer

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Virginia Myhren of Cheboygan was arrested last week after owners called police saying she had performed an illegal transaction.Myhren worked at the store for ten years. More>>

Roscommon Ice Cream Shop Break Ins, New Details Emerge

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In this update, new photos could help lead to an arrest for two break-ins at Roscommon County ice cream shops. More>>

Hooking & Hunting : DNR Issues Licenses For Elk Season In Michigan

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This week kicked off the Elk hunting season in Michigan.Those lucky enough to snag one of the fifty licenses given for the early hunt by the DNR are in the woods right now. More>>

Northern Michigan Army Veteran Receives Honor Of A Lifetime

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Gene Paulino proudly served in WWII.Thursday, he was presented with several medals for his service. More>>

Emmet County High School Repaints "Fighting" On Football Field

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We have an update on the debate over a sign change at a Northern Michigan high school football stadium. More>>

Traverse City Driver Crashes Car Into Grand Traverse County Family's Home

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A Grand Traverse County family's home torn apart. Deputies say the driver that rammed into their home was drunk.\ More>>

MDOT Crews Making Plans To Repair Collapsed Portion of US 31

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This is what's left of a highway that collapsed while crews working on it. More>>

Oceana County Residents Warn Others of Possible Meat Scam

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A warning about a possible meat scam making its way through a local county. More>>

MedWatch: Level 2 Trauma Center

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Between Grand Rapids and Marquette, there is just one level two trauma center, and it's at Munson Medical Center. As we learn in today's MedWatch, they're prepared to save lives at a moment's notice. More>>

Amber Alert Issued For Detroit Toddler

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An Amber Alert has been issued for an 18-month-old girl. Jazz Barrett was last seen walking with her mother, Donna Barrett, in the area of 8 Mile and Wyoming in the city of Detroit. More>>

Farwell Driver Narrowly Escapes Crash With Semi

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A car narrowly escaped a crash with a semi, causing the truck to rollover and sending the driver to the hospital. More>>

DNR Meeting Addresses Concerns Over Chronic Wasting Disease In Deer

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Growing concerns over chronic wasting disease in Michigan deer. More>>

Projects You Pin: Washi Tape

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Washi Tape crafts are one of the most "pinned" on Pinterest. More>>

What's Going On In West Michigan: Hoxeyville Classic Car Show, Jazz Weekend, Mackinac Bridge Walk

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Courtney Sheffer of the West Michigan Tourist Association explains what's going on in our area the next few weeks. More>>

Shelby Man Facing Charges For Oceana County Hit And Run

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A Shelby man is facing charges in a hit and run accident in Oceana County. More>>

Newaygo County Commissioners Approve Severance Pay For Former Administrator

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A former Newaygo County administrator charged with drunk driving will get severance pay. More>>

Michigan Rejects Recommendation To Add Autism To Medical Marijuana Program

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Medical marijuana will not be used to treat severe autism. More>>

Detroit Dealing With Growing Heroin Epidemic

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U.S. attorneys from six states in the Midwest say Detroit is dealing with a heroin epidemic. More>>

General Mills Recalls Frozen Green Beans Due To Listeria Concerns

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Check your freezers, we have another food recall you should know about. More>>

Big Rapids Landlord Accused of Asking Prospective Tenant For Sexual Favors

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A Big Rapids landlord is now charged with asking for sexual favors from a prospective tenant. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Football Coach Living In The Dorms

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Sleep is an issue for any college student, but it’s especially important for college athletes. More>>

Traverse City Man Drives Into House, Arrested For Driving Drunk

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A Traverse City man caused a lot of destruction before deputies arrested him early Thursday morning. More>>

US 31 Near Alanson Remains Closed

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Part of US 31 is still closed today. More>>

Portion of White Pine Trail in Osceola County Closed Due to Flood Damage

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A half-mile section of White Pine Trail in Osceola County is closed because of flood damage. More>>

People in Traverse City Worried About Lack of Funding for Dam Removal

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New details on a Grand Traverse County dam removal project.Despite a recent grant donation, Traverse City officials are concerned about a lack of funding for the removal of three dams on the Boardman River. More>>

Gaylord High Schoolers May Enroll in Early College Program

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A new program in Otsego County is helping kids graduate from college early. More>>

Free Healthcare Clinic for Youth Opens in Gaylord

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A new healthcare clinic is open for people 10 to 21 years old in Otsego County – and the clinic is free. More>>

Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospice Receives Big Donation

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One donation is making a big difference at Munson Healthcare hospice in Cadillac. Today a group of motorcyclists donated more than $5,000 to the center. More>>

Police Search for Ice Cream Store Thief in Roscommon Co.

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"I hope that justice is brought to him. It will bring me peace of mind knowing that he in particular is not out there robbing people again." This person, caught on camera, breaking into two Roscommon County ice cream shops. More>>

McLain Cycle & Fitness Named One of America's Best Bike Shops

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Showcasing the title of one of “America’s Best Bike Shops” for the third year in a row. More>>

Virginia Reporter, Photographer Shot, Killed On Live TV, Suspect Dead

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Developing news out of central Virginia. Police say the suspect in the deadly on-air shooting of a reporter and cameraman in Virginia has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. More>>

USCG Air Station TC Battles Tough Conditions During Lake Huron Rescue

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What began as just another day, turned into a big struggle for US Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City. More>>

Louisiana Hostage Situation Leaves 2 Victims Dead

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The police officer and one of two people wounded during a hostage situation in Louisiana have died. And police say they now have the person who did it. More>>

US-31 Collapses Near Alanson, Road Closed

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Part of US-31 is closed near Alanson, this Wednesday, after part of the road collapsed.The Michigan Department of Transportation was working to stabilize a slope when the ground beneath the lane failed. More>>

Ohio Governor Adds Michigan Visit To Presidential Campaign

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Ohio Governor John Kasich is scheduled to talk next week during a Lansing Chamber of Commerce lunch. More>>

Mancelona Woman Accused of Embezzling From Food Pantry

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This woman is charged after the Antrim County prosecutor says she stole money from a local food pantry and from her job. More>>

Atlanta Businesses See Boost from Elk Season

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Elk hunting season is here.Elk may not enjoy it, but local businesses sure do More>>

Shepler's Ferry Boat Miss Margy Takes Test Ride Through the Straits

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It has been a long time coming, but Shepler's Miss Margy is finally on the water. More>>

Manistee Park Closed, Some Arsenic Levels Found

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A popular community playground in Manistee County closed earlier this month to test for arsenic, and now partial results show it is definitely there. More>>

Outdoor Businesses Hurting as Temps Decrease

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Many businesses that thrive on warm weather have been struggling this week. More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: The Pointer in Harbor Springs

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Docked at Stafford's Pier Restaurant, people can even enjoy their lunch or dinner on board The Pointer in Harbor Springs. More>>

USPS Commemorating U.S. Coast Guard With New Stamp

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The United States Postal Service is recognizing the life-saving work of the U.S. Coast Guard. More>>

Mancelona Twp Woman Accepts Plea Deal, Accused Of Shooting Neighbor's Dog

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The Antrim County sheriff's department says the woman shot at the dog in her yard in Mancelona Township back in May.  Wednesday, Sarah Stickney pleaded guilty to an added count of malicious destruction of personal property under two hundred dollars.... More>>

Ohio Man Jumps Overboard Into Lake Michigan, Details Emerge Regarding Cause

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The Mason County Sheriff’s Department says a man from Ohio went overboard 4 miles north-west of Big Sable Point. The sheriff says command staff on the Stewart J. Cort confronted the man in his cabin Saturday night after they learned he had alcohol. More>>

International Bridge Crews Participate in Emergency Drill

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A first of its kind emergency drill on the International Bridge in Sault Ste. Marie Wednesday. More>>

MyNorth Tickets Minute: Euclid String Quartet, Golden Dragons Acrobats, Kitchen and Home Tour

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It's Wednesday, and that means time to start looking ahead to the weekend. More>>

Boardman River Dams and Restoration Project Awarded $400K in Grants

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The Boardman River Dams and Restoration Project has been awarded $400,000 in new grant funding. More>>

Leelanau Co. Sheriff's Says E-Mail Scammers Are Asking For Social Security Number

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The Leelanau County sheriff's department says a scammers are looking for your Social Security number. More>>

Indiana Police Arrest Suspect, Accused Of Multiple Hit and Runs

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The suspect is accused of hitting four people walking and one person on a motorcycle in downtown Indianapolis. More>>

Australia Floodwaters Making Life Difficult For Residents

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Now, homes are flooded and schools are closed.One woman living in the area is worried about what could wash up with this water. More>>

Ireland Airport Shutdowns Due To Fierce Blaze

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A fire in Ireland stopped flights at Dublin airport and it was caught on camera. More>>

Donald Trump Defends Throwing Out Univision Journalist

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"Sit down, you weren't called, sit down.""I have the right to ask a question.""Go back to Univision."And with that, another journalist finds himself in Donald Trump’s line of fire. More>>

Guatemalan President On Verge Of Impeachment

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The country's Supreme Court unanimously approved an effort to impeach Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina. More>>

Tokyo Stocks Rebound, Nikkei Index Closes in Positive Fashion

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It's been a volatile week for stocks markets all around the world.But stocks in Tokyo did see a rebound this Wednesday. More>>

French Train Gunmen Faces Terrorism Charges

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A French prosecutor says the suspect watched a jihadist video to pump himself up just before coming out of the train bathroom strapped with 270 rounds of ammunition. More>>

3 Americans Return Home To Hero's Celebration

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This Wednesday, Sadler is back home in Sacramento, California.Where the city's Mayor promised a homecoming celebration fit for heroes. More>>

Colorado Theater Shooter Formally Sentenced

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The Colorado theater shooter was formally sentenced Wednesday. More>>

Roscommon County Police Need Help Finding Business Break-In Suspect

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Police in Roscommon County need your help finding someone they say broke into two businesses. More>>

Michigan Appeals Court Dismisses Lawsuit Brought On By Young Prisoners

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The Michigan appeals court ruled in favor of the state, dismissing a major lawsuit brought on by young prisoners. More>>

EMU Gets Almost $2M Grant to Help Student Veterans, First Generation Students

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Easter Michigan University will get almost $2 million from the federal government to help students who are veterans or the first generation in their family to attend college. More>>

GVSU Creates Scholarship in Memory of Alumnus Killed Fighting Wildfire

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Grand Valley State University created a scholarship in memory of an alumnus killed while fighting a wildfire in Washington state. More>>

Kraft Heinz Recalls 2 Million Pounds of Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon

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If you plan on having a barbeque as we enter the last few weeks of summer, we have a food recall you should know about. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Seattle Imposes Tax On Guns, Bullets

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A group which includes the National Rifle Association is suing the city of Seattle over a recently passed gun law. More>>

Oceana County Police Warn of Door-to-Door Meat Selling Scam

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Police in Oceana County are warning people about a door-to-door meat scam. More>>

Midland Police Looking For Suspect in Break-In Case

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Midland police are looking for a woman who is a suspect in a break-in case. More>>

Charlevoix County Deputies Track Down Driver Involved in Hit And Run

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Charlevoix County deputies found the driver who they believe hit a cyclist and then left the scene. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday: Spice Up Your Classroom, Rolling Grizzly Bear

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It's What's Trending Wednesday on Michigan This Morning. More>>

Mount Pleasant Woman Advocates for Inclusion, Awareness after Hate Crime

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A Mount Pleasant woman became the victim of what police are calling a hate crime.She wants everyone to know what happened. More>>

Man Arrested After Crashing Car Into Tree

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Deputies caught up to a man with outstanding warrants, after he crashed into a tree. More>>

Lethal Injections Temporarily Blocked in Mississippi

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A federal judge temporarily blocked Mississippi from carrying out executions. More>>

Attempted Attacker On Paris-Bound Train Charged

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New details about an attempted attack on a Paris-bound train. More>>

Vehicle Rollover Causes Man To Be Airlifted To Hospital

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A Mecosta man had to be airlifted to a hospital with life-threatening injuries after deputies say he rolled his vehicle. More>>

Two Organizations Team Up to Provide Backpacks for Kids in Crisis

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The Missaukee County Sheriff’s Department is teaming up with Backpacks for Kids in Lake City to help kids in distress. More>>

New Spin on Pumpkin Run Car Show is Hubs n Pubs

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This is the 18th year of the Pumpkin Run Car Show, but now there's another element to enjoy. More>>

Manistee Community Will Offer American Flag "Thank You" For Veterans

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Plans are in the works to hoist it near the mouth of the Manistee River, near First Street Beach.The 25-by-15-foot American flag will be atop a flag pole 70 feet in the air. More>>

Several Mecosta, Osceola Stores Caught Selling Alcohol To Minors

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“The major thing that they did not do was they did not check IDs. They did not ask for identification.” Selling alcohol to those too young to drink. It turns out it's a problem in a couple of local counties. More>>

Cleveland Man Jumps Off Freighter, New Details Emerge

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In this update, new details about man who police say jumped overboard a freighter in Lake Michigan this weekend. More>>

Ludington's North Breakwater Re-Opens To Public

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A northern Michigan breakwater is back open to the public as Lake Michigan calms down.      More>>

Manistee County Meth Bust Ends With Two Suspects Arrested

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The drug team “SCCENT” says Roxanna Mallory was taken into custody Friday and 32 year-old Walter Lee Bafford Jr. was arrested last week for making meth.  More>>

Michigan State Police Getting New "High Tech" Equipment

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The Michigan State Police are being equipped with a set of new "Stop Sticks."The sticks will be deployed during high-speed chases on Interstate-94 in southwest Michigan. More>>

None Injured in Grayling Semi and Train Crash

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This is what happened when a semi-truck drove into the path of a moving freight train this morning. More>>

Michigan DNR Continues Helping Out West Battling Wildfires

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DNR crews from Michigan are going way out of their way to help squash wildfires out west. More>>

National Park Service Celebrates 99 Years

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A big celebration for the National Park Service this year. More>>

Glen Lake Schools Superintendent Resigns

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A northern Michigan superintendent submits letter of resignation. More>>

Hometown Tourist: S.S. City of Milwaukee

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When rail cars were the most used form of shipping in the United States, the S.S. City of Milwaukee was an important way to get freight across Lake Michigan. More>>

Inside The Kitchen: The Dockside on Torch Lake

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By foot or by boat, get to The Dockside anyway you can this summer! We're taking you to the Bellaire beachy favorite in our last week of restaurants with a view. Are you ready to go Inside The Kitchen? More>>

Cool Temperatures Leave Damaging Mildew On Plants

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Cooler temperatures and rain are teaming up to cause destructive mildew on some local crops. More>>

BAYANET Discovers Two Meth Dump Sites

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Two meth dump sites have been found in Northern Michigan. More>>

TART Trails Gets $10,000 Donation to Help With Storm Cleanup

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Continuing coverage on the damage left by powerful storms on August 2. More>>

Hesperia Woman Accused of Meth-Related Crimes

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A Hesperia woman is behind bars on meth-related charges. More>>

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    Healthy Living: High Calorie Fruit

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    Looking to fruits for a mid-day snack instead of candy bars or cookies is a much healthier option.
    Looking to fruits for a mid-day snack instead of candy bars or cookies is a much healthier option.
  • Fox Topix: Your Favorite Northern Michigan Brewery

    Fox Topix: Your Favorite Northern Michigan Brewery

    Friday, August 21 2015 4:48 AM EDT2015-08-21 08:48:15 GMT
    What is your favorite northern Michigan brewery and why?  The 8th Annual Traverse City Summer Microbrew & Music Festival is this weekend, kicking off tonight and running through tomorrow night.
    What is your favorite northern Michigan brewery and why?  The 8th Annual Traverse City Summer Microbrew & Music Festival is this weekend, kicking off tonight and running through tomorrow night.
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    Fox Topix: Family Quality Time

    Thursday, August 20 2015 7:22 AM EDT2015-08-20 11:22:33 GMT
    How do you make sure your family spends quality time together?August is Family Fun Month!During the summer in northern Michigan – there’s plenty to get out and enjoy with the entire family.It could be a local county fair, one of our area’s many festivals, or simply a day on the lake.
    How do you make sure your family spends quality time together?August is Family Fun Month!During the summer in northern Michigan – there’s plenty to get out and enjoy with the entire family.It could be a local county fair, one of our area’s many festivals, or simply a day on the lake.

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