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Texas Hospital Officials Admit They Mishandled First U.S. Ebola Case

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 Thomas Duncan unknowingly brought the virus here from West Africa, where thousands have died from the outbreak.

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Chinese Government Possibly Cyber Spying on Protesters

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A U.S. security firm says the Chinese government might be using a phone app to spy on Hong Kong protesters.  More>>

Farm in Manistee Prepares for Fall Season

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"It's like going out in a little jungle. It's a lot of fun."Farms in Northern Michigan are getting ready for fall. More>>

Cadillac Police Need Your Help Tracking Down Armed Robber

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A popular park became the scene of an armed robbery today, police now need help finding the robber. Cadillac Police say a man in his 40's approached a teenager with a knife and demanded money earlier this afternoon in the Cadillac City Park. It happened across the street from the library, where many people gather during the day. "It was kind of shock for me because I would never think it would even happen in Cadillac, let alone at day time," says Bruce Ringstrom, who lives in Cadillac.Cadilla... More>>

Two Men Formally Charged in Vincent Adamczak Cold Case

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Nearly 20 years since a Manistee County man disappeared two men are being charged with his murder. More>>

Schools Pleased with Count Day Attendance

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Today was a critically important day for Michigan schools. It's the day much of their state funding is determined. More>>

TBAISD Teacher Accused of Kissing Former Student

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A voicemail message is sent to parents letting them know a Grand Traverse County teacher is accused of kissing a former student. The former student says Scott Tompkins kissed her as she was returning school equipment back in August.

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Traverse City Cherry Capital Airport Still Seeing Impact From Last Weeks FAA Fire

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Two flights canceled and one delayed today at Traverse City's Cherry Capital Airport. More>>

New Fiscal Year Means Major Food Stamp Cuts

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When President Obama signed the Farm Bill this year, it closed a loophole in food assistance programs.Now states have to pay more into the program, or allow major cuts to those who rely on their food stamps. More>>

Cadillac Police Searching for Armed Robbery Suspect

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Cadillac Police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery Wednesday afternoon. Police say a 19-year-old man was at the Cadillac City Park when a man with a knife demanded money from him around 2:20 p.m. More>>

Grand Opening for Grand Traverse Butterfly House and Bug Zoo

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The Grand Traverse Butterfly House and Bug Zoo celebrated a grand opening today for their fall preview. More>>

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October is not a month only for wearing pink.  The fall month is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month where purple is the color of choice. More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Harvest Days

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"We take too much for granted we need to know that people really worked really labored in order for us to have what we have today." More>>

Fire at Pere Marquette Strip Mall Damages Several Businesses

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The fire started in the yoga room of Solace Medical Massage at the Pere Marquette strip mall near Ludington. More>>

Director of Secret Service Steps Down

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Julia Pierson announced her resignation from the Secret Service today.  More>>

Northern Michigan Health Professionals Talk Ebola Concerns

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Concerns tonight after the the CDC announced the country's first Ebola patient. More>>

Lawrence Admits to Breaking into Casman School, Stealing Safe

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The man accused of stealing a safe from a Manistee County school has admitted to the crime.  More>>

Man Admits to Animal Cruelty

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An update on a story we first brought you in May. That's when a Charlevoix man shot and killed his neighbor's dog.  More>>

Former Emergency Manager Sentenced for Having Child Pornography

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The former Crawford County Emergency Manager has been sentenced for child pornography and inappropriate acts with a teenage girl. More>>

Woman Missing from Newaygo County Since Tuesday Afternoon

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Newaygo County Sheriff's Office is asking for help finding a missing woman. Police say Crystal Brave-Heart has been missing since Tuesday afternoon.  More>>

Airstrikes Continue in Syria as ISIS Militants Work to Gain More Territory

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Airstrikes in the Middle East continue as the U.S. and its allies try to defeat the Islamic militant group, ISIS.  More>>

Man Sentenced for Operating Meth Lab in Wexford County

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The man linked to a dangerous discovery in Wexford County will spend a year in jail. Initially Keith Fitzgerald was accused of a dozen crimes in case near Cadillac.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: New Gun Law

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The governor of California, Jerry Brown, signed a new law into effect on Tuesday. The law, which is the first of its kind, allows people to ask a court to seize guns from family members if they pose a threat to themselves or the public.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Michigan AuSable Valley Railroad

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If you're a train enthusiast or just looking for a unique attraction to celebrate the season. More>>

GM Ready to Repair Ignition Switches in Recalled Vehicles

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General Motors says they are ready to repair the rest of the recalled vehicles with ignition switch problems. More>>

Cadillac Utilities Department Flushing City Water Mains

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The City of Cadillac plans to flush water mains through fire hydrants until next Friday, October 10.  More>>

What's Trending Wednesday: Travel on a Budget, Video of Children Arguing Over Weather

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 Traveling around the world costs a lot more these days, but what if we told you there are a few places you could visit that wouldn't break the bank?
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Michigan Career, Technical Education Bill Signed

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There's a new law requiring Michigan to provide information about career and technical education programs to school officials who ask for it.  More>>

Additional Enterovirus D-68 Cases Confirmed

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The Michigan Department of Community Health says there are more cases of Enterovirus D-68 in the state.  More>>

Whitewater Township Discusses with DNR about Proposed Gun Range

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A controversial gun range getting more attention as people share their concerns about plans to move it. The Hoosier Valley Shooting Range in Grand Traverse County has brought up a lot of debate, questions and concerns.  More>>

Houghton Lake Businesses Prepare for Hunting Season

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With hunting seasons upon us, and leaves changing color, one Northern Michigan lake town expects more business. More>>

UPDATE: GT County Sheriff, Coast Guard Call off East Bay Watercraft Search

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Crews continue their search on Monday for a possible sunken boat or small watercraft in the waters off Grand Traverse County.

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Petition Started To Change 8th Street Restriping

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A well-traveled street in Traverse City is getting a makeover and mixed reviews. More>>

Traverse Area District Library Receives $90,000 Donation

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?Traverse Area District Library has an important decision to make, how to use a $90,000 dollar donation. More>>

Safe Harbor Holds Off on Permanent Shelter This Winter

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One community shelter program will not move to a permanent home this winter. The Safe Harbor Homeless Shelter Program gives people in Traverse City a warm bed and meal during the cold winter months. More>>

Three Accused of Making, Having Meth in Chippewa County

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Northern Michigan's News Leader is working to get more details on three meth arrests in Chippewa County.  More>>

Schools Urge Students to be in Class on Wednesday's Count Day

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Tomorrow is one of the biggest days for Michigan schools -- fall count day. This is when schools will count their students and report back to the state.  More>>

Soo Police Searching for Armed Robber

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Police are on the hunt for an armed robber in Chippewa County. Police say a man had his face covered and was carrying a baseball bat when he robbed Baldwin's in Sault Ste. Marie Saturday.  More>>

Bow Season Opens Tomorrow Morning

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"It's more challenging and it's a bigger thrill shooting it with a bow and getting that adrenaline rush." Firearm season gets the attention but for many in Northern Michigan, tomorrow is the best day of the year. More>>

Fifth American Infected with Ebola, First Diagnosis in U.S.

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The CDC has confirmed there is a case of Ebola in Dallas, Texas. That means this is the first case of the virus diagnosed in the U.S. More>>

Schuette Accuses Two of Premeditated Murder in 1995 Cold Case

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Attorney General Bill Schuette announced charges in a 1995 cold case. Pete Peterson and Robert Knauss of Manistee County are charged with premeditated first degree murder.  More>>

Truck Crashes into Tree in Emmet County, Two Taken to Hospital

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Two people are in the hospital after they crashed into a tree Tuesday afternoon.  More>>

Three Arrested in Antrim County After Police Find Evidence of Meth Production

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Antrim County deputies arrested three people found inside a home with several one-pot meth labs. Police were given a tip about the meth labs in Echo Township near East Jordan in Antrim County. More>>

Man Accused of Having, Distributing Child Pornography

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Michigan State Police arrested a man for child pornography. Robert Lindstrom of Gladstone was arrested on a 21-count felony warrant for child sexually abusive activity.  More>>

Voter Registration Deadline Approaching for Nov. Election

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Time is running out to register to vote for the upcoming November election. Registration closes in all counties Oct. 6. More>>

UPDATE: Police Arrest After 26 Cafe Break-In Suspect

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Cadillac Police say they have arrested the man responsible for the break-in at After 26 Cafe. After 26 Cafe in Cadillac released video last week of a someone breaking into their restaurant on Labor Day.  More>>

Morales Sentenced Hitting, Killing Newborn in Benzie County

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The Illinois woman who admitted to hitting her newborn on a camping trip in Beulah has been sentenced. Alyce Morales gave birth to a baby girl in July 2013.  More>>

UPDATE: Home Near the Soo Damaged in Fire

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Northern Michigan's News Leader has a more details from Chippewa County today about a weekend house fire. More>>

Elliot Sentenced for Prison Escape

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The convicted murder serving a life sentence at the Ionia Correctional Facility has been sentenced for his February escape. More>>

UPDATE: Boy Charged for Bringing Gun to Kingsley Middle School

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Northern Michigan's News Leader was in a Grand Traverse County courtroom Tuesday morning as the boy accused of bringing a gun to school was charged. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Video Applications

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Goucher college, a liberal arts school in Maryland, announced this month it has some changes to the application process.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Soo Locks Boat Tour

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The Soo Locks attract visitors from around the world every year. One of the most unique ways to experience the locks is by seeing them by boat. More>>

Housing, Urban Development Department Distributing $2.3 Million to Public Housing

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced $2.3 million available for people in public housing. More>>

Michigan Personal Use Fuel Wood Permits Now Available

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A permit for cutting wood in state forests to use as fuel this winter is available today. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering the permits for $20. More>>

Police, Educators Discuss Tips to Avoid Abduction

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While the investigation continues in Chippewa County, others in Northern Michigan are reminded of the dangers. Abductions can happen anywhere. More>>

Petoskey HS Junior Dies in Car Crash, Funeral Arrangements Made

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An Emmet County teen died when he lost control on a curve, went down a hill, and crashed into some trees. More>>

GM Ignition Switch Death and Injury Totals Rise

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The number of recorded deaths and injuries due to General Motors cars with defective ignition switches has risen. More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Plum, Toodeloo, and Lacy Lou

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It's Adopt A Pet Tuesday and today we have three shelter pets that are just waiting for you to come and adopt them.  More>>

Prosecutor Expects to File First Degree Murder Charges on Beheading Suspect

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An Oklahoma prosecutor is expected to file first-degree murder charges today, against 30-year-old Alton Nolen, who police believe beheaded a worker after being fired. More>>

Semi Tips, Spilling Pigs on M-37 in Newaygo County

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A large semi truck filled with pigs tipped over on a busy road, causing a chaotic scene and a big clean up.


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Northern Michigan Schools Implement New Federal Guidelines for Food

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Healthier snacks are in schools around the country after a new federal guideline took effect this year. More>>

NMC Proposed 20 Million Dollar Student Learning Center

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A $20 million student learning center could be coming to Northwestern Michigan College.

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Interlochen Home Destroyed in Weekend Fire

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A home was destroyed after it caught on fire in Grand Traverse County.  More>>

Osceola County Pursuit Leads to Rollover, Car Fire, Two Airlifted to Grand Rapids

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A speeding driver led Osceola County deputies on a short chase early Sunday morning near Reed City. It ended in a fiery crash. Deputies tried to pull over the driver on 220th Avenue near 6 Mile Road around 12:30 a.m.  More>>

Girl Escapes from Abductor near Kinross, Police Searching for Suspect

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A young girl abducted this weekend in Chippewa County, and Monday her captor is still on the loose. The prosecutor says the girl was abducted while walking down the street near Kinross Sunday morning.  More>>

Harrison Fire Ruins Home, But Memories Are Saved

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Fire severely damaged a man's Clare County home. The house in Harrison caught fire around 7 Saturday night. More>>

UPDATE: McLaren Northern Michigan Lifts Young Visitor Ban

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UPDATE: September 29 McLaren Northern Michigan has lifted the restriction of children 12 and younger. More>>

Technology Grant Awarded to Three Northern Michigan ISDs

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New technology is headed to three Northern Michigan intermediate school districts thanks to a grant from the state. More>>

AG Bill Schuette Investigating Kinross Correctional Facility Murder-for-Hire

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An update on the investigation into the murder for hire plot at the Kinross Correctional Facility. An inmate at the prison in Kincheloe in Chippewa County is accusing a food worker of asking him to kill an inmate at another prison. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Schools Seeking Alternative Snack Options

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Many local schools are looking for alternative snack options. Franklin Elementary in Cadillac sent a letter home telling parents they are looking for alternatives.  More>>

Harley-Davidson Recalling Thousands of Bikes for Clutch Issues, Fuel Tank Leak

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Harley-Davidson is recalling 105,000 motorcycles because of a problem with the clutch. The recall covers certain Touring bikes from model year 2014.  More>>

Toyota Recalls Nearly 700,000 Pickups for Rear Spring Problems

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Toyota announced a recall of thousands of pickup trucks because a rear spring can break and puncture the gas tank which could lead to a fire. More>>

Alpena Community College Receives Job Training Funding

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The Obama administration is giving almost half a billion dollars to hundreds of community colleges including Alpena Community College. $450 million will be spread among those colleges and Alpena CC will get $2.5 million of it. More>>

Man Accused of Sexually Abusing Young Boys Out on Bond

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This man, accused of molesting two boys in Wyoming decades ago, is out on bond. The Grand Traverse County Sheriff says they released William Bricker Monday morning, on bond, due to medical needs.  More>>

UPDATE: Chicago FAA Facility Situation Still Causing Delay for Air Travel Across the Nation

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Flight issues continue across the country Monday after a man tried to commit suicide at an FAA facility in Chicago. Friday, air traffic was grounded in Chicago for several hours after the incident that's being called an act of sabotage.  More>>

Woman Injured in Mecosta County Rollover Accident

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Deputies in Mecosta County blame speed for a rollover on 5 Mile Road near Morley Sunday night.  More>>

Endelmann Sentenced up to Ten Years in Prison for Abusing Baby

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The man who abused his seven-week-old daughter is going to prison. Monday morning, Robert Endelmann was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison.  More>>

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day a Success, Police Continue Taking Medications

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Michigan State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration teamed up with local law enforcement agencies for a good cause. More>>

Home Brewing Competition Brings Many to Cadillac Craft Beer Festival

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The fifth annual Cadillac Craft Beer Festival kicked off Saturday. There was a classic car show leading up to the event, with over 100 cars, from 11:00 a.m. to 3 More>>

U.S. Intelligence Underestimated the Threat of ISIS

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President Obama says U.S. Intelligence missed the mark when it assessed the threat ISIS poses to Iraq and Syria.  More>>

Violent Protests Lead to Arrests in Ferguson Missouri

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At least a dozen people were arrested in Ferguson, Missouri as a large crowd gathered in front of the city's police headquarters.  More>>

Marysville Woman Injured in Mecosta County Car Accident

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Deputies say a Marysville woman was driving on 30th Avenue, near Monroe Road, in Millbrook Township, when she lost control and flipped her car.  More>>

Businesses Soak Up Summer-like Start to Fall

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With the extended summer like weather, people have been able to enjoy their summer homes and cabins for one last weekend.With more people in the area, more money will be spent in Northern Michigan restaurants and shops. More>>

Hunt Preserve Welcomes Disabled Veterans

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"I've never hunted before at all."Sometimes even our strongest fighters need a chance to relax. For the last three days, Tails-A-Waggin' Bird Hunting Preserve has been a haven for disabled veterans. More>>

Ford Recalls 850K Vehicles for Air Bag Problems

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Ford announced another recall today, and this time it's an airbag issue.The automaker is recalling around 850,000 vehicles.  More>>

Former Detroit Lion Visits Grayling High School

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Former Detroit Lions star Herman Moore continued his tour around Northern Michigan high schools today, stopping by Grayling High School.  More>>

UPDATE: Osceola County Woman Accused of Causing Deadly Accident, Takes Plea Deal

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910 News has an update tonight on an Osceola County woman accused of causing a deadly crash last October, then leaving the scene. Investigators say Audreyonna Humphries stole a friends car, and picked up three young girls to head to the Marion homecoming football game when they crashed.  More>>

Walmart Looks To Build Store In Kalkaska

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A national retailer is looking to build another store in Northern Michigan. Walmart is hoping to set up shop in Kalkaska County. More>>

Flights Canceled At Cherry Capital Airport After Chicago FAA Facility Fire

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The fire at an air traffic control facility in suburban Chicago had quite a ripple effect nationwide, canceling several flights at Cherry Capital Airport as well on Friday. More>>

Aramark Employee Investigated in Attempted Hired Hit

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Continuing coverage tonight on the investigation of an Aramark food worker who used to work at this prison.  More>>

Lake Superior State University Offers Flat Rate Tuition for In and Out of State Students

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A university is making changes for 2015, hoping to help the economy by attracting more students, and diversify its student body.  More>>

Credit Union Holds Winter Coat Drive

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For the third year, West Michigan Credit Union is donating coats, boots, and hats to anyone in need before winter rolls around.  More>>

Despite Nice Weather, Boats and Docks Need to Be Pulled

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With this nice weather, many may be kicking themselves for taking their boats out of the water too early. But this is the time when most people pull their boats and docks pulled.  More>>

UPDATE: Power Restored to Mancelona Area

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Power has been restored to an Antrim County area. Hundreds of Consumers Energy customers were without power in the Mancelona area Friday. More>>

School Concerned About New Planned Location of Wexford County Jail

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A Wexford County school is concerned about the location of a new jail. More>>

Bumper to Bumper Traffic on M-72 Due to Construction

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If you are planning to head to Traverse City for the weekend you might want to find an alternative route.  More>>

Extended Summer Getting People Outside

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The beautiful weather has people rushing outside to enjoy the outdoors. More>>

Man Found Unconscious in Gladwin County Crash

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Gladwin County deputies found an unconscious driver after a one car crash in Beaverton. The man was unresponsive. Another driver stopped to help, giving the man CPR before police and first responders arrived. More>>

Motorcyclist Dies After Gladwin County Accident

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One man is dead following a crash on a highway in Gladwin County.  More>>

UPDATE: Man Caught after Running from Missaukee County Police

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Police in Missaukee County located a man who took off during a traffic stop. More>>

Three Northern Michigan School Districts Awarded Grants for School Consolidation

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The Michigan Department of Education announced $4.3 million in grants will be distributed among twelve school districts including three districts in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Airstrikes Continue in Syria, More Countries Join the Fight

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Airstrikes overseas continue as four ISIS tanks were destroyed today in eastern Syria. It's the second day the U.S. and its Arab allies aimed at targets near the border of Iraq and Syria and more countries announced they will join the fight against ISIS. More>>

Emmet County Woman Admits to Making False Assault Report

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An Emmet County woman who admits she made up a story about being attacked faces charges for filing the false report. Tinikia Jewell told troopers she was attacked by a man who tried to sexually assault her back in August.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Favorite ArtPrize Piece

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Earlier this week, 910 News was at the opening day of ArtPrize. It's an art competition in downtown Grand Rapids. More>>

Truck Driver Dies After Causing Pedestrian Bridge Collapse Near Detroit

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The driver of a truck that smashed into a pedestrian bridge, causing it to collapse, has died. The truck was traveling fast enough to take down the bridge. More>>

Car Accident in Alpena County Leads to Assault, Second Accident

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What started as a fender-bender turned into quite a scene in Alpena County. Two cars collided on US-23 near Henry Street Thursday night.  More>>

Woman Injured After Hitting Tree in Big Rapids

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A Big Rapids woman crashed her car into a tree, early Friday morning. Police say the accident happened on 220th Avenue near 12 Mile Road, in Big Rapids Township.  More>>

Garbage Truck Backs into Bus in Cadillac

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Some Cadillac school students got quite a start when the bus was hit by a garbage truck.The accident happened around 8:00 a.m. Friday morning in front of Lincoln Elementary in Cadillac.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Sault Ste. Marie Oktoberfest

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Sault Ste. Marie will be busy this weekend for their annual "Oktoberfest" which partners with the International Marathon. More>>

Detroit City council Makes Changes During Bankruptcy Trial

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The Detroit City Council has unanimously approved a plan to transfer daily operations to elected officials. More>>

Federal Funding Now Available for Detroit Flood Victims

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Help will now be available after severe storms and flooding hit the Detroit area, last month.  More>>

Antrim County Seeing Spike in Contagious Dog Virus

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One Northern Michigan county's seeing a spike in a very contagious dog virus. Many veterinarians say once one dog gets it, many others get the virus as well.  More>>

TCAPS, Parent React to Recess Incident

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A video has people talking after a game of keep away football left a seventh grader hurt. More>>

USDA Meets for Public Comment on Bovine TB Free Status

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A milestone for cattle farmers in Northern Michigan, as of this month, several counties are again considered bovine TB free. More>>

CMU to Add Beer Brewing Classes

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"When I trained back in 1995, I had to go out to California for my training but to have something in my backyard would have been incredible."Mountain Town Brewing owner, Jim Holton is excited Central Michigan University has a new program brewing for next fall. More>>

Leelanau Co. Police Searching for High Speed Chase Driver

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Police are still looking for the driver who led them on a high speed chase through two counties on Wednesday night. The chase started in Leelanau County after the driver sped past a sergeant at 85-miles per hour.

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Arsenic Contamination Closes Traverse City Playground

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Now wrapped in caution tape and orange fencing -- the closing of this popular Traverse City playground has caused a stir in the community. Grand Traverse County's Kid's Kove playground closed yesterday after the discovery of elevated levels of arsenic in the soil. More>>

Young Man Honored for Saving Stabbing Victim

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After seeing a woman getting attacked with a knife last year, a young man jumped in to save her and was honored for his bravery today. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Cedar Home Features Tasting Room

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When homes are built today, things like main floor living or open concept design are almost requested. But it isn't often you'll find a custom wine tasting room. More>>

AAR CORP Talks STEM Education With Cadillac Fourth Graders

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Some Cadillac students got a crash course in science careers today. Greg Dellinger from AAR CORP visited Lincoln Elementary School to spark students interest in STEM subjects. More>>

UP Prison Worker Banned from Facility After Trying to Set Up Hit

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A prison food service worker is banned from an Upper Peninsula facility after police say they approached an inmate to help kill another inmate. More>>

What's Going on in West Michigan: Pumpkin Train, Fall Festival, ArtPrize

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We're taking a look now at some of the things happening in West Michigan in coming weeks. We have a special guest joining us. Courtney Sheffer with the West Michigan Tourist Association is here with some great suggestions on upcoming family friendly events. More>>

East Jordan Man Accused of Having, Making Meth in His Car

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Police in Charlevoix County have arrested a man for making meth and having a meth lab. A 34-year-old was pulled over in East Jordan and during the stop police noticed suspicious equipment in his car.  More>>

Chrysler Recalls Nearly 350,000 Vehicles for Ignition Switch Problem

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Chrysler announced a recall of thousands of cars and SUVs because the ignition switch can shut the engine off. More>>

Attorney General Eric Holder Steps Down

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Attorney General Eric Holder is stepping down after six years as the head of the Department of Justice.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Flu Vaccines

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Fall is officially here and with that marks the beginning of flu season. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports fewer than half of all Americans received a flu shot last year. More>>

Black Bear Hit, Killed on US-131 in Osceola County, Three Cars Damaged

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Three cars are damaged after hitting three black bears Thursday morning on the freeway.  More>>

Data Breach at Jimmy John's Shops Includes Several in Michigan

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Jimmy John's Sandwich chain says as many as 18 stores in Michigan could have had a security data breach. Jimmy John's says more than 200 stores in 37 states were affected. T More>>

MTM On The Road: Students Providing Farm to Table Lunch in School

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Students at McBain Northern Michigan Christian School are changing the way school lunch happens. The "ag class" for high schoolers allows students to plan, plant, tend and harvest from a greenhouse and garden.  More>>

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