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Traditional Thanksgiving Football Game Benefits Food Pantry

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This group of dedicated guys came up with a unique thanksgiving tradition. The Turkey Bowl started a couple years ago as a way to have fun with friends and family while they were home for the holidays.  More>>

Home Depot Still Holding Out For Friday Morning Black Friday Sales

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Those who aren't traveling to dinner may very well be hitting the stores late tomorrow or early Friday for the Black Friday deals.  More>>

Woman Arrested For Breaking Into Several Northern Michigan Homes

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Police arrested a woman for breaking into homes in several Northern Michigan counties.  More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Eagles on Crooked Lake

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"It was awesome! We were so excited -- we've never seen anything like that before." A once in a lifetime opportunity -- and Cathy Osborn wanted to share it. More>>

Otsego County Commissioners Push Power Plant Project Forward

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An update on a proposed power plant in Otsego County. Wolverine Power Co-op is taking steps toward building a natural gas power plant in Elmira Township.  More>>

Man Helping Sister Hit by Car, Flown to Hospital in Critical Condition

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A man was airlifted to the hospital after an accident in Otsego County Wednesday. More>>

MyNorthTickets Minute: A Christmas Story, Breakfast with Santa & Holiday Sing-A-Long

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Time for another dose of events this week of Thanksgiving. It's all coming at you from MyNorthTickets.com. More>>

Hundreds Travel Through Cherry Capital Airport Before Thanksgiving

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According to AAA, more 100,000 people in Michigan are expected to travel this weekend. More>>

What Are You Thankful For?

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The parades, food and football are nice but there's a deeper reason to celebrate Thanksgiving and today we are asking, what are you thankful for? More>>

State Police Increase Patrols for Thanksgiving Weekend

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No matter what the weather this Thanksgiving, State Police are not taking any chances. More>>

Great Lakes Ice Starts Forming Early

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It seems really early but some parts of the Great Lakes are already starting to freeze over. In fact, this is the earliest in recorded history that ice has ever formed on the Great Lakes. Many scientists believe it's all because we never really warmed up after last winter. More>>

Salvation Army Hosts Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner

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Thanksgiving may be on Thursday, but many came together on Wednesday to celebrate early. More>>

Police Continue Searching For Missing Kalkaska Woman

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Police continue to search for a missing woman in Northern Michigan. Connie Snyder disappeared from Kalkaska more than a month ago. More>>

What's Going on in West Michigan: Holiday Parade, Santa Sightings, Help Everyone Eat

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Christmas is nearly here -- and Northern Michigan is packed full of family-friendly activities to create lots of special memories.  More>>

UPDATE: Whooping Cough Outbreak Spreads

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An update on the whooping cough outbreak in Grand Traverse County. More>>

GT County Season Road Closed Due to Standing Water

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A seasonal road in Grand Traverse County's Long Lake Township is closed. The Grand Traverse County Road Commission says the north quarter mile of the seasonal portion of Heniser Road... More>>

MTM On The Road: Thanksgiving Dishes With Chef Hermann

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Tomorrow is a holiday that focuses on food and family, and this morning Chef Hermann shared easy to create Thanksgiving recipes that your guests will love. More>>

Butterball Turkey Talk-Line Open for Questions

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If you're concerned about cooking your Thanksgiving turkey just right, don't worry -- help is just a phone call away. Butterball opened up the "Turkey Talk-Line," this month.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Thanksgiving Celebrations

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Thanksgiving is a chance for people across the country to get together to celebrate. Some will travel, others will stay home -- and many will spend it with family or friends.  More>>

Smith Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murdering Trenton Mallory

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The Emmet County woman who murdered her fiance will spend the rest of her life in prison.  More>>

Pickup Truck Found on Mullett Lake, Cheboygan Driver Could Face Charges

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Late Monday night, Cheboygan County Sheriff says someone drove into Mullett Lake -- then left the scene. Deputies found the pickup about 30 yards off shore, with water up to the doors and a set of footprints on shore in the snow.  More>>

Fuller Sentenced to Jail. Probation for Having Meth in Wexford County

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The Wexford County man who admitted to having meth has been sentenced. The case stems from June when Jerry Fuller was arrested in the Mesick area.  More>>

Cheboygan County Police Investigating Farm Equipment Store Break-In

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The Cheboygan County Sheriff's Department is investigating a break-in at a local farming equipment store in Inverness Township. More>>

UPDATE: Benzie County Man Sentenced Up to 75 Years for Sexual Assault

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A Benzie County man has been sentenced for sex crimes. More>>

Teen Driver Ticketed for Hitting Tri County School Bus

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No one was hurt when a pickup truck crashed into a Tri County School bus Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Two Hunters Admit to Exceeding Redhead Limit

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Two Michigan hunters face jail time and fines for exceeding the limit on redhead ducks. More>>

Funeral Planned for Green Beret Killed in Afghanistan

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A funeral is planned Wednesday for Bay City native Sergeant First Class Michael Cathcart. More>>

Gerald R. Ford Airport to Welcome Home Soldiers

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The Gerald R. Ford Airport in Grand Rapids is teaming up with the Patriot Guard Riders of west Michigan to welcome home returning military service members and veterans Wednesday. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday: Holiday Leftovers & Hamster Thanksgiving

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I don't think you need me to remind you but Thanksgiving is already tomorrow! Most people are busy getting ready for the holiday and already preparing the food they will be serving, but what about all the left overs?  More>>

Former TC Artist Sells Treasures To The Community

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Dozens of people come out to dig through a man's treasures. Walter Chmura was the art director at the old state hospital for nearly 20 years. More>>

CMU Students Protest Ferguson Decision

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Last night and today, protests popped up across the country in support of those in Ferguson.More than 500 miles away from Missouri in Mt. Pleasant, dozens of Central Michigan University students made their opinion of the indictment decision known with a protest on campus. More>>

Home Winterization Can Save Hundreds In Winter Heating Costs

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This won't be the last cold night we experience heading into winter, and that means your heating bill is rising. Tonight we learned some winterization tips that can save you money each month and where you can go for help if you're out of options. More>>

Major Road Improvements in Grand Traverse County

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Bad roads are nothing new to Michigan drivers--civil engineers gave our state's infrastructure a failing grade, but now, the Grand Traverse County Road Commission is taking action and scheduling some major improvements. More>>

Students Learn Hazards of Texting and Driving with Simulation

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Many roads are covered in ice and slush, so one Northern Michigan school is trying to teach young drivers the importance of focusing on the roads and their phones. More>>

Surviving a Stroke: John McGowan's Battle Through Rehab

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John McGowan is a local icon. He's spent more than 40 years bringing us important news stories, taking us to some of Northern Michigan's favorite restaurants and of course, helping run the big show -- Sports Overtime.But he, like all of us, is human. And he learned that in one of the most difficult ways possible, when he arrived at work on September 26. More>>

Michigan Adoption Day Celebrated In Grand Traverse County

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More than two thousand children have been adopted in Michigan so far this year. That's according to the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange. More>>

Salvation Army Gives Thanksgiving Baskets to Needy

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Hundreds of needy families received a little help from the Salvation Army this Thanksgiving. More>>

Cheboygan Deputy Awarded For Saving A Life

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A Cheboygan County deputy recognized today for saving a woman's life. More>>

Grocery Stores Busy with Thanksgiving Shoppers

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Thanksgiving is almost here and that has shoppers headed to grocery stores to grab everything they need for that special meal. More>>

Wemigwans Sentenced to Prison for Beating Man to Death

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A man is headed to prison for beating another man to death. James Wemigwans will spend five to ten years in prison for beating Jeff Donalson.  More>>

Presque Isle County Corrections Officer to Serve One Year Probation

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Update on a jail worker who pleaded guilty to touching a woman inappropriately. Richard Hanson from the Presque Isle County Sheriff's Office will serve a year on probation. More>>

Investigation Over Thousands of Ford Cars Cleared

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An investigation into steering problems in more than 500,000 Ford full-size cars is now closed.  More>>

College Student Creates Children's Prosthetic Hand on 3D Printer

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A college student in North Carolina recently created prosthetic hands for children. They cost a lot less than regular models. And he did it all using a 3-D printer. More>>

Driver of Recalled GM Car Cleared of Charges

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A Texas woman who pleaded guilty to criminal negligent homicide after her GM car crashed, killing her fiance is now clear of those charges.  More>>

UPDATE: Power Restored to Most after Damaging Winter Storm

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Consumers Energy crews are out across Michigan restoring power to many areas. As of 5:00 p.m. Monday, about 47,760 customers are without power due to high winds.  More>>

Waterford Man Admits to Poaching Elk in Montmorency County

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A 51-year-old man admitted to killing an elk on opening day of firearm deer season.  More>>

Elk Rapids Man Dies in GT County Crash

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A Northern Michigan man is dead after a crash in Grand Traverse County. It happened just after noon Tuesday on US-31 near Bethesda Court in Acme Township. More>>

GT County Police Looking for Pickup Truck Driver in Hit and Run

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Grand Traverse County deputies need your help finding a hit and run driver.  More>>

Mazda Recalls Newer Cars for Tire Monitoring Problem

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Mazda announced a recall of almost 100,000 cars throughout the U.S. because of a problem with the system that monitors tire pressure.  More>>

Ebola Isolation Unit Established at Fort Hood for Soldiers Returning from West Africa

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The U.S. military set up an isolation unit at Fort Hood as a check point for soldiers coming back from West Africa. Hundreds of U.S. troops are in the hardest hit countries in Africa building treatment centers for Ebola patients.  More>>

Father Admits to Having Meth at Missaukee County Home

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The Missaukee County father accused of having meth in his home while his young daughter was inside took a plea deal. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Grand Jury Decision in Ferguson

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All eyes were on Ferguson, Missouri last night as the country waited for the grand jury decision. A group of 12 met for months, deciding whether or not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting and killing Michael Brown.  More>>

Franks Admits to Child Abuse in GT County

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An update on a child abuse case out of Grand Traverse County. A man who abused a 4-year-old in Long Lake Township now admits to the crime. More>>

Meth, Marijuana Found During Mt. Pleasant Traffic Stop, Driver Arrested

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Michigan State Police say they found drugs in a car during a traffic stop near Fancher and High Street in Mt. Pleasant. More>>

Man Accused of Assaulting, Holding Woman Against her Will

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Police in Big Rapids have a man in jail accused of holding a woman against her will and assaulting her.  More>>

MDOT Seeking Northern Michigan Road Watchers

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The Michigan Department of Transportation is looking for Northern Michigan "Road Watchers."MDOT is asking for volunteers for the northern Lower Peninsula and in the Upper Peninsula.  More>>

Former New Mexico Teacher Arrested for Child Abuse in Benzie County

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Michigan State Police arrested a New Mexico man in Benzie County wanted for a dozen crimes. More>>

MTM On The Road: The Perfect Turkey with Doherty Hotel

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Thanksgiving means turkey time and plenty of home cooks will stress out about preparing the perfect turkey this holiday. More>>

MSP Boosting Patrols for Thanksgiving

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Michigan State Police Troopers are boosting patrols to keep roads safe for Thanksgiving travelers. Operation Combined Accident Reduction Effort, known as operation CARE, runs Wednesday through Sunday.  More>>

Rollover Accident Sends Three to Hospital

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A rollover accident sent 3 people to the hospital. More>>

Three Dead, One Injured in US-41 Crash

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Three children are dead after a car accident in the Upper Peninsula. The Menominee County Sheriff says the children's mother was driving in a van on US-41 Monday night, when she lost control and hit a semitrailer. More>>

Adopt a Pet Tuesday: Alice & Lucy, Juanita, Mr. Bean

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It's Adopt a Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! This week we have four animals that would be so thankful if they were adopted just in time for thanksgiving. More>>

Kalkaska Man Will Undergo Mental Evaluation Before Trial

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The mental status of a Kalkaska man accused of murdering his wife and father-in-law will be evaluated.  More>>

Generous Blood Donor

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An area blood bank celebrates one of its most generous donors this evening--Michigan Blood says that long-time donor Buddy Bothwell just gave his 30th gallon of blood.Buddy says he's donated blood nearly every month for the last 20 years. More>>

Community Provides Thanksgiving Meals For Those In Need

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Thanksgiving's just around the corner--and for those in need, the holiday's are an extra tough time--or maybe not--with a little help from the community, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan gave families in need a Thanksgiving dinner they'll never forget. More>>

Grayling Woman Sentenced to Jail After Stealing Money

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A Grayling woman who admitted to taking money from people she cared for is headed to jail. More>>

Snowy Wet Weather Causes Nasty Roads

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It has turned nasty out there.In Mecosta and Osceola counties, strong winds and heavy snow have already made a mess of things tonight.The warm spell we've had in Northern Michigan is definetly over. More>>

Barn Under Construction Collapses in Mecosta County

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A Northern Michigan barn completely collapsed Monday afternoon. The owners believe it collapsed because of high winds. More>>

Grand Jury Announces Michael Brown Shooting Verdict

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It's been more than three months since former officer Darren Wilson was accused of shooting and killing 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. More>>

Back-and-Forth Weather Causes Messy Roads in Northern Michigan

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Many counties that saw heavy snow last week are dealing with road problems left behind by melting snow and rain. More>>

Northern Michigan School Busses Fail Inspection

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Every year every school bus in Michigan is inspected.New data shows many districts in Northern Michigan are failing to make the grade. More>>

Animal Rescue Seeking Dog Food Donations After Kalkaska Tragedy

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An animal rescue and the Kalkaska County Animal Control are working together to take care of a family's pets after a tragic loss. More>>

Wexford County Jail Pill Smuggler Sentenced

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The woman who smuggled pills into the Wexford County Jail has been sentenced.  More>>

Crawford AuSable Schools Recognized for Increased Student Achievement

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Growth in student achievement at one Northern Michigan school district has caught national attention. More>>

UPDATE: Seven Horses Removed from Petoskey Farm, Owner Accused of Cruelty

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Seven horses have been removed from an Emmet County farm and the owner of the horses has been charged with animal cruelty.  More>>

Cheboygan County Home Fills with Propane, Explodes

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A Cheboygan County seasonal home filled with propane then exploded.The sheriff says a father and son arrived at the house in Munro Township Friday.  More>>

Italian Doctor Working in Sierra Leone Tests Positive For Ebola

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An Italian doctor working in Sierra Leone tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus today, making it that country's first Ebola case. More>>

Preview: Surviving a Stroke: John McGowan's Recovery Battle

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John McGowan is a local icon. He's spent more than 40 years bringing us important news stories, taking us to some of Northern Michigan's favorite restaurants and of course, helping run the big show -- Sports Overtime. More>>

Report Released Friday on Deadly 2012 Benghazi Embassy Attack

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A report on the deadly attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi was silently released Friday. Many Republicans disagree with the findings. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: T-Shirt Controversy

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A shirt created by a student at Western Michigan University is causing controversy across the state. The shirt was made ahead of this weekend's rivalry Central-Western game. More>>

Woman Arrested for Prostitution in Grand Traverse County

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A Traverse City woman has been arrested, accused of prostitution. Investigators say they got a tip about her being a prostitute. More>>

Defense Secretary Hagel Resigns from Pentagon

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President Obama announced Monday morning in a press conference that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is resigning from the Cabinet.  More>>

Helping Ferguson, Webber Families, Memorial Service Scheduled

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Donations are pouring in to help the Ferguson kids and for funeral arrangements. More>>

MTM On The Road: Tucker's of Northport

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Northport's newest attraction has everyone in town joining in on the fun. More>>

TC Commissioners Decide Not to Move National Cherry Festival Dates

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Traverse City commissioners have decided they will not move the festival from the holiday weekend during the Fourth of July. More>>

Man Killed in Isabella County Crash

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An Isabella County man died after deputies say he ran a stop sign. The sheriff's department says Mark Sura, from Shepherd, ran a stop sign on the corner of Leaton and Broomfield Road, Sunday morning. More>>

Community Rallies To Support Girl With Leukemia

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Twelve-year-old Holly Miller who is battling Leukemia has had a rough couple of months. But today, her community came together to help her out. Holly Miller from Mancelona was diagnosed with Leukemia this May. More>>

Boy With Fake Gun Shot, Killed by Ohio Officer

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An investigation is underway in Cleveland after an officer shot a 12-year-old boy. The incident started Saturday afternoon at a local recreation center. More>>

Michiganders Among Group to be Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom

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President Obama is awarding the Presidential Medal of Freedom to 19 artists, activists, public servants, scientists and others. More>>

USCG Air Station Traverse City Rescues Beaver Island Man

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US Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City rescued a Beaver Island man, after suffering from signs of a stroke. The helicopter crew had to deal with fog, heavy rain and very low visibility to get to the 80-year-old man on the island Sunday evening. More>>

Man Sues City of Alma Over Land Dispute

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A central Michigan man is suing the city of Alma over the taxes on his land. The homeowner, Kevin Mann, was told his property became a part of the city nearly 20 years ago without his knowledge. More>>

Manistee Homeless Shelter Suffers Volunteer Shortage

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A homeless shelter is scrambling to help those in need with not enough volunteers to do the job.With bitter cold arriving earlier than usual, the volunteer shortage could shut the shelter's doors for good.Safe Harbor in Manistee County needs hundreds of volunteers every year to keep up with incoming donations and homeless people in need of winter shelter.This year, they almost don't have enough help stay open.910's Cody Boyer and photojournalist Melvin Kimbrough met with Safe Harbor volunteer... More>>

Many Forced to Evacuate in Bellaire Condo Fire

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Residents at Lakewood Terrace Condominiums in Bellaire were awaken to flames and lots of smoke. Four Fire Departments helped fight the flames around 4:30 this morning. More>>

Many Grateful For Free Thanksgiving Meal In Petoskey

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A Northern Michigan community celebrated Thanksgiving early this year with a free warm meal. Today, three churches in Petoskey came together to host their first annual community Thanksgiving dinner. More>>

Mt. Pleasant Police Keeping Peace During Rivalry Weekend

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Police brought on extra help to partrol streets during Central-Western rivalry weekend. This big football game usually brings in thousands of people and increases crime. More>>

Early Opening Day for Ski Resorts

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Saturday marked the earliest opening since 1995.The resort in Cadillac says they had a great turnout despite the warmer temperatures.Cabefae started making snow on November 11th and haven't stopped since. More>>

Leland volleyball falls to historic team in State Finals

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 BATTLE CREEK - Leland volleyball had a season good enough to earn the state's top ranking.  However they could not stop Battle Creek St. Phillip from making MHSAA history. More>>

Village Prepares for Annual 'Christmas in Onekama'

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Christmas is coming early for one Northern Michigan village as it celebrates one of its longest running holiday traditions. More>>

Sights and Sounds: Noisy Turkeys

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For tonight's Sights and Sounds of Northern Michigan, photojournalist Jacob Johnson takes you to the Circle B Turkey Ranch in Antrim County to spend a few moments with some noisy turkeys. More>>

United Way Hosting Champagne and Mistletoe in Cadillac

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The United Way of Wexford and Missaukee Counties is hosting their second Champagne and Mistletoe christmas dinner dance tomorrow night in Cadillac. More>>

Parking Fees Increase in Traverse City

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Parking fees in downtown Traverse City could soon change. More>>

Snow Slowing Down Christmas Tree Farmers in Northern Michigan

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Christmas tree farmers are hard at work, fighting the cold and snow along with a hard deadline. Duddles Tree Farms in Reed City says they are working around the clock harvesting and packing trees into trucks for delivery.  More>>

Leland volleyball is State Final bound with 3-2 win vs. Onaway

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BATTLE CREEK - Leland is headed to the Class D Volleyball State Finals with a 3-2 win against Onaway.  However, winning it all will be a very tough task. Saturday's 10am Final features a date with 8-time defending State Champion Battle Creek St. Phillip. More>>

UPDATE: Police Call Off Amber Alert For Missing Warren Girl

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UPDATE:Police in Warren have called off Amber Alert for three year old Delilah Flores. More>>

Congressman Dan Benishek Reacts To President's Immigration Policy Decision

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People across the country have had mixed reactions to the president's to change the immigration system. More>>

Road Commissions Prepare for Weekend Ice

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Local road commissions thought they could catch their breath with the snow finally ending today but the freezing rain is only going to complicate things even more. More>>

Manna Food Project Collects Venison For Families in Need

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It's almost a week into rifle season -- and if you've already stocked your freezer... there's a way to pay it forward with your hunt.  More>>

TNT Looking for New Funding Avenues

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As times change, it's becoming harder for the Traverse Narcotics Team to pay for what they do. More>>

Ski Resorts Getting a Head Start This Year

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Ski resorts across Northern Michigan are opening back up for the season. Some resorts--like Boyne Highlands and Crystal Mountain--are offering early skiing for anyone who can't resist the urge to take to the slopes. More>>

Log Truck Overturns in Otsego County

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No one was hurt today when a logging truck tipped over in Otsego County. More>>

Northern Michigan Events For Giving Back This 2014 Thanksgiving

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If you're in the same busy boat as I am, maybe join me by including one of these simple, small events as you fill up the calendar.

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Michigan Woman Arrested Outside WH for Carrying Unregistered Gun

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A Michigan woman was arrested Thursday night after police caught her outside of the White House carrying an unregistered gun.  More>>

Toyota Recalls Lexus Cars for Fuel Leak Problem

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Toyota is recalling nearly 423,000 Lexus cars to fix fuel leaks that could cause fires. This recall covers 2006 to 2011 GS, 2007 to 2010 LS and 2006 to 2011 IS models.  More>>

House Republicans Sue Obama Administration Over Affordable Care Act

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Republicans in the House sued the Obama administration over his executive action to put the Affordable Care Act into place.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00 - Immigration Action

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President Obama announced his plan for executive action on immigration last night. He used his power to fix the system he calls broken.  More>>

Blood Samples Possibly Containing Ebola Stolen in Guinea

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Bandits in Guinea stole blood samples of a possible Ebola patient. National health officials said the crooks held up a vehicle carrying test tubes of blood Wednesday.  More>>

Teen Driver Admits to Driving Carelessly in Leelanau County

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A teenager driving behind another teen accused of causing a deadly crash has been sentenced. Travis Wiltjer admits he was also driving carelessly when the other driver crashed into a truck.  More>>

Police Investigating Theft from Houghton Lake Walmart

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A man was caught on camera stealing more than $1,000 in items from a local Walmart. The items were taken from the store in Houghton Lake November 7 between 3:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.  More>>

Abraham Takes Plea Deal in Deadly Wexford County Crash

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The man who caused a deadly crash while having marijuana in his system took a plea deal. In November, Joshua Abraham hit Heidi Wright at the intersection of M-115 and 13th Street in Wexford County.  More>>

Embezzlement Charges Dropped Against Former Manistee Public Works Director

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Manistee's former Department of Public Work's director has been cleared of all charges.  More>>

Lake Man Admits to Stealing Log Splitter from Mecosta Business

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An update on the man who stole a log splitter from a Mecosta County business.  More>>

Charlevoix Woman Rescued from Ditch, Arrested for Drunk Driving

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Deputies in Grand Traverse County responded to a car in a ditch and say they discovered the driver was drunk.  More>>

Undercover Federal Agents Investigate Illegal Fishing in UP

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For more than a year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been investigating illegal fishing of lake trout in the upper Great Lakes.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Holiday Tablescapes

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Your holiday table doesn't have to cost a fortune. Using simple natural elements one can create one-of-a-kind table that your guests will be raving about. More>>

Mecosta County Man Accused Sex Crimes With Younger Teen

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A Mecosta County man is in county jail on a $1-million bond accused of having a sexual relationship with a younger teen. More>>

Event Friday: Treetops Resort, One Man Star Wars Play and Earlier Than the Bird Holiday Shopping

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It is Event Friday on Michigan This Morning! Each week we feature 3 events that will help you with your weekend plans. This week we have an event to get you outdoors with the family and to help you jump start your Christmas shopping. More>>

Snow Forces NFL to Move Buffalo Game to Detroit

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Because of all the snow, the NFL decided to move the Buffalo Bills' home game against the New York Jets to Monday Night in Detroit. More>>

President Obama to Bypass Congress in Attempt to Fix Immigration System

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President Obama says he will by-pass congress to the fix the country's immigration system. He addressed the nation, explaining why he's acting on his own to stop the deportation of 5 million undocumented immigrants.  More>>

Federal Appeals Court Denies Grand Traverse County Prisoner Use of Air Mattress

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A federal appeals court denied a Grand Traverse County prisoner the right to use his air mattress. More>>

Commissioners Seek Help to Fund Local STING Team

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One county is looking for ways to once again become part of an undercover narcotics team. More>>

Manistee County Man Sentenced In Connection To Murder

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A judge has sentenced the third person in connection to a Manistee County murder.  More>>

Special Report: Upper Peninsula Power Problems

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In less than two weeks - people across the upper peninsula could see their electric bills skyrocket it's a quirk in a bill that was changed years ago -- allowing mines to shop different companies for power. More>>

Winter Supplies Flying Off the Shelves

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As we continue to see snowflakes fly across Northern Michigan, stores are seeing winter supplies fly off their shelves. Family Farm Home in Cadillac says they are having a hard time keeping things on the shelves.  More>>

Hundreds of Shoeboxes Still to be Filled for the Holidays

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Great things come in small packages. This dedicated group could use a lot of holiday help collecting those packages. Operation Christmas Child is a project put on by the Samaritan's Purse organization.  More>>

Sheriff: Ferguson was Prepared with Weapons, Explosives

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More on the double homicide in Kalkaska County. Northern Michigan's News Leader is now learning more about the events leading up to the arrest of Keith Ferguson.  More>>

Winter Microbrew and Music Festival

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Despite the cold, the organizers of a local music festival are gearing-up for their big day. The 14th annual Winter Microbrew and Music Festival is still a few months away, but, if you're an earlybird, you can buy your tickets as soon as tomorrow. More>>

School Bus Drivers Handle Kids and Weather

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No students were seriously hurt in recent weather-related bus accidents in Wexford, Clare and Chebyogan counties but we wanted to know what bus drivers do to make sure students are safe getting to and from school. More>>

Domestic Violence a Growing Problem in Northern Michigan

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As we gather more details on the murder of Tiffany Ferguson and her father Jim Webber, domestic violence advocates say there may have been red flags in the relationship between her and her accused killer. More>>

High Winds Cause Escorts on The Mackinac Bridge

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The blustery weather in Northern Michigan means slow driving for people crossing the Mackinac Bridge.  More>>

Northern Michigan Islands: Beauty of Bois Blanc Island

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We continue our tour of Northern Michigan's unique islands with part two of our feature on Bois Blanc Island. Last week we introduced you to those that live on the island.  More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Fisherman's Paradise

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Tucked in the woods of Manistee County this lovely log home has charm and an ‘up north' feel. More>>

Hook and Hunting: Deer Numbers Down

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In tonight's Hook and Hunting report, early numbers suggest not as many hunters may have gotten out for the opening of firearm deer season.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Car Safety

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Japanese airbag maker Takata testified before members of Congress today. The company has been under scrutiny for weeks because of deadly problems with its airbags.  More>>

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    John McGowan is a local icon. He's spent more than 40 years bringing us important news stories, taking us to some of Northern Michigan's favorite restaurants and of course, helping run the big show -- Sports Overtime.But he, like all of us, is human. And he learned that in one of the most difficult ways possible, when he arrived at work on September 26.
    John McGowan is a local icon. He's spent more than 40 years bringing us important news stories, taking us to some of Northern Michigan's favorite restaurants and of course, helping run the big show -- Sports Overtime.But he, like all of us, is human. And he learned that in one of the most difficult ways possible, when he arrived at work on September 26.
  • Waterford Man Admits to Poaching Elk in Montmorency County

    Waterford Man Admits to Poaching Elk in Montmorency County

    Tuesday, November 25 2014 4:49 PM EST2014-11-25 21:49:53 GMT
    A 51-year-old man admitted to killing an elk on opening day of firearm deer season. 
    A 51-year-old man admitted to killing an elk on opening day of firearm deer season. 
  • CMU Students Protest Ferguson Decision

    CMU Students Protest Ferguson Decision

    Tuesday, November 25 2014 11:32 PM EST2014-11-26 04:32:44 GMT
    Last night and today, protests popped up across the country in support of those in Ferguson.More than 500 miles away from Missouri in Mt. Pleasant, dozens of Central Michigan University students made their opinion of the indictment decision known with a protest on campus.
    Last night and today, protests popped up across the country in support of those in Ferguson.More than 500 miles away from Missouri in Mt. Pleasant, dozens of Central Michigan University students made their opinion of the indictment decision known with a protest on campus.
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