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Chippewa Hills Schools on Lockdown

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Chippewa Hills schools are on lockdown Thursday.The Superintendent says the school liaison officer went on lockdown because of comments made online that threatened the school. More>>

Fero to Return to Cheboygan County from Florida in Late November

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An update on the man accused of skipping town with his wife and family of five. Richard and Shavon Fero and their children disappeared from the Cheboygan area earlier this month.  More>>

Michigan DEQ Approves Cement Plant Plastic, Asphalt Burning

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The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is giving the go-ahead to burn plastic and shingles at a Northern Michigan cement plant.  More>>

Grand Traverse County Sheriff Investigating Interlochen Subway Break-In

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Deputies are investigating a break-in at a Grand Traverse County business. Someone broke into the Subway in Interlochen between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Sweet Shop Halloween Treat Ideas

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Halloween is tomorrow and many parents are left trying to come up with something fun and unique for treats! More>>

California Man in Hospital After Big Rapids Car Crash

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A California man is recovering Thursday morning after crashing into the back of another car. More>>

Armed Robbery at WMU

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A campus alert has been issued after an armed robbery at Western Michigan University. More>>

Sweden Becomes First EU Member to Recognize State of Palestine

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Sweden has become the first EU member to recognize the State of Palestine. More>>

For-Profit Colleges Could Lose Access to Federal Student-Aid Programs

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Many for-profit colleges could soon lose access to federal student-aid programs. More>>

Raising Awareness on World Stroke Day

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Detroit Red Wing legend Gordie Howe is slowly recovering today. He suffered a massive stroke Tuesday morning in Texas. As the hockey legend fights to recover, the medical field is looking to spread awareness today, World stroke day. More>>

Third Annual Pete's Place Fundraiser in Traverse City

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A Northern Michigan business is holding a fundraiser to help make kids holiday wishes come true.  More>>

Maxbauers in Traverse City is Set to Re-open

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A Traverse City business is re-opening its doors after a fire forced it to shut down.  More>>

UPDATE: Ludington Police Searching for Court Escapee

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Police are on the hunt for a man who ran away from a court hearing in Mason County.Earlier Wednesday, Dylan Hansen was in court after violating his probation.  More>>

People Sleep Outside To Help Others With Heating Bills

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Rain or shine -- dedicated community leaders are camping out to help those who need help paying their heating bill. It's part of the Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency's fourth annual sleep out at the Grand Traverse Civic Center. More>>

Ten Michigan Residents Monitored for Ebola Symptoms

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Michigan health officials are being cautious and keeping a close eye on 10 people in Michigan for symptoms of Ebola. More>>

Leland Public School Holds Mock Election

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Dozens of students got hands on today, learning about how the election process works.  More>>

Mother of Bullied Chippewa Hills Student Speaks Out

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A mom worried about her daughter being bullied at school. Her pleas for help spark an online discussion among hundreds today. More>>

Police Searching for Hub Cap Thief

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Several Northern Michigan car dealerships are dealing with thieves, stealing these aluminum caps.  More>>

Veterans Pier Hosts Walk to Honor Veterans

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Today people gathered to honor those who have served our country.  More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Haunted Anchor Inn

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We don't know what's scarier… going through the Haunted House at Clive and Dots' Anchor Inn, or just walking into the bar."I've heard whispers I've heard voices when no one is in here but me." More>>

Police Conduct Second Search for Connie Snyder

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Police searched again for a missing Kalkaska woman. More>>

Police say Mancelona Student List is Not a Threat

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Parents of Mancelona Middle School students were alerted today about a list filled with names of students there. More>>

UPDATE: Server Admits to Embezzling from Park Place Hotel

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The server who stole from the Park Place Hotel in Traverse City took a plea deal.  More>>

Garfield Township Police Investigating GT County Car Theft

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Police in Grand Traverse County are asking for your help as they investigate a stolen car and several stolen items from cars in the county.  More>>

Charges Requested Against Teen Driver in Leelanau County Crash

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New details about the teen driver involved in a deadly Leelanau County crash. It happened in August at the intersection of Bodus and Schomberg roads in Leelanau County.  More>>

Pope Francis Says Big Bang Theory, Evolution are Real

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Pope Francis is in hot water after some surprising remarks, including support of the big bang theory, involving the creation of the universe. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Papal Comments on Evolution

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Today on 910 News, Pope Francis is making headlines for comments he made about evolution. In a meeting with scientists he said the big bang theory and evolution are real.  More>>

Man Accused of Buckley Break-Ins

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An update on some break-ins in Buckley back in August.  More>>

Two Arrested Following Alpena County Chase, Crash

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A driver who failed to signal a left turn then led police on quite a chase in Alpena County. The chase started on Grant Street when the driver wouldn't stop.  More>>

Nurse Quarantined for Ebola Threatens to Take Case to Court

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Nurse Kaci Hickox says if her quarantine lasts one more day, she's taking the issue to court. Hickox returned home from treating Ebola patients in West Africa last week.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Wee Bee Jammin

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In Bear Lake there is a unique business making sweet products that are being devoured around the state. More>>

NY Man Accused of Murdering Mother, Committing Suicide by Train

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New York Police are investigating a gruesome crime that people initially thought was a Halloween prank. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday: Last-Minute Halloween Costumes and Teddy Bear the Porcupine

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Halloween is only days away and if you still need a quick costume to put together here are some ideas! More>>

FTC Files Lawsuit Against AT&T for Throttling Internet Speeds

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The federal government filed a lawsuit against AT&T for slowing down a customer's internet connection after they've used a certain amount of data.  More>>

TNT Investigating Cadillac Meth Dump Site

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 Someone returning bottles and cans to a Cadillac party store also tried to return meth lab parts.
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Michigan Community Colleges Get Help to Provide Equipment to Skilled Trade Students

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The state is giving $50 million to help community colleges buy equipment to train the next generation of skilled workers. More>>

UPDATE: TC Police Investigating Pizzeria Break-In

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Police are investigating a pizzeria break-in in Traverse City. The crime happened at Flips Pizza at the corner of 8th and Munson early Monday morning. More>>

Traverse City Residents Discuss Possible Roadwork with MDOT

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People who live along Division Street in Traverse City met with MDOT today to talk about a possible road project. More>>

Emergency Preparedness Discussed at National Weather Service Seminar

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Winter is on the minds of people who deal with severe weather emergencies. It was part of tonight's weather service meeting. More>>

National Weather Service Predicts Better Winter Season

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After last year's near record-breaking winter, the National Weather Service is talking about what to expect this winter. More>>

Developing Story: NASA Rocket Explosion in Virginia

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A rocket exploded after liftoff at a NASA launch complex at Wallops Island, Virginia. More>>

Workers Needed To Fill 1,200 Jobs In Grand Traverse County

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A different and encouraging trend for job seekers in Northern Michigan. The number of employers looking for workers is on the rise. More>>

Grand Traverse 911 Talks About Ballot Proposal

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After years of making their current equipment work, Grand Traverse 911 says they need to make some changes. More>>

St. Ignace Man Charged with Murder

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New details tonight involving a murder investigation in Mackinac County.  More>>

Students Host Rally Against CMU's Current Sexual Assault Policy

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Student chants and fliers about sexual assault spread across Central Michigan University's campus today. About thirty students gathered to protest the university's current sexual assault policy. More>>

Animal Shelter Welfare Conference Attendees Focus On Fundraising

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Many animal shelters in Michigan have been struggling to stay open through tough economic times. And the 11th annual Michigan Partnership for Animal Welfare conference in Mount Pleasant is working to fix that. More>>

Volunteers Needed to Help Build a Playground

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A playground project in Grand Traverse County is in need of some extra volunteers. Volunteers are needed this week to help build a playground in East Bay Township. More>>

Northern Michigan Apartment Complex Adding on to Help Housing Needs

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A Northern Michigan apartment complex is adding on and trying to help out with the need for housing in the area. Arbors of Traverse in Traverse City is in the process of building 108 units in nine new buildings. More>>

Maxbauer's Meat Market in Traverse City to Re-open

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Maxbauer's Market in Traverse City announced it will re-open on November 13th.  More>>

Kmart to Close Four Stores Before February

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Kmart plans to close four more stores in Michigan by late January. Last week Sears Holdings said they plan to close 77 Kmart and Sears stores nationwide by the end of the year.  More>>

Chrysler-Fiat Quality Chief Steps Down

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Consumers Reports knocked Fiat Chrysler's reliability rankings this week. Today, the automaker's longtime quality chief announced he's leaving.  More>>

UPDATE: Troopers Arrest St. Ignace Shooting Suspect

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UPDATE: October 28 Richard McKenzie Jr. is accused of first degree murder, and felony firearm. More>>

Baby Wipes Recalled for Bacteria Contamination

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Several brands of baby wipes have been recalled because of a possible bacterial contamination. Nutek Disposables, Inc. says it received complaints of rashes, irritation and fever.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: HIV Testing

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A California county board of supervisors is expect to vote on a controversial policy change this week. The policy requires mandatory HIV testing for those arrested on suspicion of rape and some other sex crimes.  More>>

Two Accused of Unlawful Imprisonment, Abuse in Huron County

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A horrifying discovery in Huron County. A man was trapped in a caged bed. Deputies arrested two people after finding the 19-year-old in a home in Paris Township last week.  More>>

Rice Sentenced for Sex Crimes in Wexford County

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The man who sexually assaulted a young girl in Wexford County is going to prison.  More>>

Developing: Coal Miners Trapped in Turkey Mine

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Developing news out of Turkey where about 18 workers are trapped inside a mine. The Governor of Karaman Province says flooding inside the coal mine shaft may have caused it to collapse. More>>

Investigators:Gunman Invited Victims to Lunch Before Shooting

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Detectives are trying to piece together a motive for the shooting, at a Washington high school. Friday, the shooting at the school left three students, including the shooter, dead. More>>

MTM On The Road: G.T. Butterfly House and Bug Zoo

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A brand new attraction in Williamsburg has been all ‘aflutter' with action since opening earlier this year.  More>>

GM Moving Some Volt Production from Mexico to Michigan

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General Motors CEO Mary Barra is expected to make a big announcement for Michigan, later today. GM is moving production of a part in the Chevrolet Volt from Mexico to Michigan.  More>>

Boyne Mountain Resort Plans Improvements for Sports Complex

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Boyne Mountain Resort plans to make improvements to their sports complex for training and competitions. The complex wants to attract soccer events and other field sports to Northern Michigan. More>>

Second Dallas Nurse Free of Ebola

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The second Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola is now free of the virus and will be released from an Atlanta hospital Tuesday.  More>>

Trail Bridge Closes For Emergency Repairs in Marquette

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A bridge near Carp River, in Marquette, will close for emergency repairs Tuesday. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says they expect the bridge to be closed for about a week. More>>

Adopt A Pet: Tiny, Scrappy and Peanut

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It's Adopt A Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! This week we have three lovable animals that are ready to be adopted today. More>>

New Major, Degree Passes Unanimously at NMC

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Students at one Northern Michigan college will now have more options, offering a new major and bachelor's degree. More>>

Traverse City Commissioners Discuss Safe Harbor Conflict Resolution

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A proposal for an emergency homeless shelter continues to cause controversy in Traverse City commissioners looking for more ways to end that controversy. More>>

Beaverton's Gem Theatre Looks For Donations

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Beaverton's Gem Theatre needs a technology upgrade, but they need a little help from the community. The theatre has been showing movies on film since 1940. Like most theatres, they now are looking to upgrade to digital, but it won't be cheap.  More>>

Family of Injured Bull Rider Holds Local Blood Drive

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Just two months ago, a bull riding accident nearly killed 17-year-old Nathan Davis. Eight surgeries and 140 units of blood later, he's on the road to recovery. But now, his family is working to replace all the blood he used to help save the lives of others.  More>>

Man Accused Of Soliciting Inappropriate Contact With Chippewa County Child

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We have more details tonight on the man accused of inappropriate contact with a local child. Police say Dennis Belanger was in contact with a child in Chippewa County. More>>

Michigan Marine Who Died In Training Accident Remembered For Smile, Laughter

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A Marine was killed last week during training at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. Lance Cpl. Steven Szymanski, from Midland, died last Tuesday around 5:00 p.m. More>>

Michigan State Police Stress Importance of Seat Belts

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Local and state law enforcement officers are using the Halloween holiday to remind people about the importance of buckling up on the road.  More>>

Nurse Tests Negative for Ebola, Released From Mandatory Quarantine

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A nurse is on her way home tonight after she tested negative for the Ebola virus.  More>>

Several Northern Michigan Libraries Getting New Educational Additions

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Several Northern Michigan libraries are getting educational, new additions. All six branches of the Traverse Area District Library are getting early literacy computer stations. More>>

City Working With Urban Planner to Come Up With Streetscape Project Designs

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Part of downtown Traverse City could be revamped, to be more pedestrian friendly and it's getting mixed reviews. More>>

Mason County Man Saved by Mail Carrier

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A Mason County mail carrier is being called a hero after he helped save a man's life. More>>

How To Protect Your Child From Online Predators

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Police say in the case where a girl was talking to a sexual predator online, her parents did exactly what they should. And there are other things you can do to keep your child away from sexual predators online. More>>

DNR Begins Cleaning Up Houghton-to-Chassell Rail Trail

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The DNR says contractors started clean-up work on a Northern Michigan trail. Workers began to clear trees and brush from five segments of the Houghton-to-Chassell Rail Trail.  More>>

UPDATE: Kalkaska Police Continue Searching for Missing Woman

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Kalkaska Police are asking for the community's help to find a missing woman. They are concerned for her safety. Constance (Connie) Snyder was last heard from early Saturday morning.  More>>

Deal Offered to GT County Boy Accused of Bringing Loaded Gun to School

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A Grand Traverse County kid accused of bringing a loaded gun to school was back in court today. A deal is in the works to lessen the charges against him.  More>>

Latest Kalamazoo River Testing Shows No Asian Carp Genetic Material

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said today no genetic material from Asian carp showed up during the latest round of testing in the lower Kalamazoo River. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Ebola Quarantine

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Earlier in the show we told you about Kaci Hickox, a New Jersey nurse quarantined after returning home from West Africa. Hickox said her basic human rights were violated when she was placed under mandatory quarantine.  More>>

Chippewa County Parents Report Suspected Abuse, Online Sexual Predator Arrested

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Police in two parts of the state worked together to arrest a man accused of taking advantage of a local child. The parent of a 13-year-old in Chippewa County discovered the suspected abuse.  More>>

Driver Crosses Center Line, Three Injured in Missaukee County Crash

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Three people were seriously hurt in a head-on crash in Missaukee County. The undersheriff says the driver of a pickup crossed the center line on Jennings Road Sunday night... More>>

U.S. Troops Pull out of Afghanistan Camp Letherneck

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A major update on the presence of the U.S. military in Afghanistan. The final Marines cleared out of Camp Leatherneck in Helmand Province, which was plagued by heavy fighting.  More>>

Five Injured in Montcalm County Wagon, Tractor Accident

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Five people went to the hospital for minor injuries after being tipped off of a wagon in Montcalm County. A Klackle Orchard's farm tractor was towing two wagons with about 30 people on board on Station Road in Eureka Township. More>>

MTM On the road: The Gourd Barn

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In Moran, just outside of St. Ignace, an old historic barn has been transformed into a one of a kind attraction. More>>

UPDATE: Counterfeit Dollar Bills Circulating in Clare

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Police in Clare are looking for several counterfeit bills that are being passed around town. A manager at a Walgreens in Clare noticed fake $5 bills in the cash drawer.  More>>

Teen Wounded in Washington School Shooting Dies

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One of the teenagers wounded in a Washington State High School shooting has died, raising the number of deaths to three. Officials at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett say 14-year-old Gia Soriano died, Sunday night. More>>

Michigan's Job-Related Death Rate Decreases

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Even as more people enter the workforce, Michigan's rate of job-related deaths has decreased in recent years. More>>

Center Caps Larceny in Gaylord

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State police need your help finding a man has been stealing aluminum center caps from parked SUVs. More>>

Construction Begins on Newest Section of Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail

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The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is working on a new project that will include 600-feet of boardwalk, over wet-land areas. More>>

5 Car Crash Leaves Multiple People In Hospital

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A five car crash sends several to the hospital in Isabella County Sunday morning. The accident happened around 9:30 AM in Deefield Township on West Remus Road. More>>

Lions In London Bring Early Crowds To Bars

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?Sunday mornings aren't typically the busiest times for bars -- but the Detroit Lions changed that this morning. The game against the Atlanta Falcons in London started at 9:30 a.m. More>>

Halloween Attractions Draw Big Crowds Before Holiday

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Whether you are looking for a fright or simply family fun -- many corn mazes and haunted houses are in full swing right now. This week is the last for many spooky attractions here in Northern Michigan. More>>

UPDATE: Mackinac County Man Dead After Being Shot

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9 and 10 News is following a breaking news story out of Mackinac County. Michigan State Police confirmed that Richard McKenzie of Mackinac County was shot on Friday night and is deceased. More>>

Zombie Race Takes Over TC

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It was a spooky morning in Traverse City as zombies took over the streets. Today was the sixth annual Zombie Run where people from across the state gathered to paint their faces and dress up as the walking dead. More>>

Grand Traverse 911 Open House Showcases Dispatch To Public

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Have you ever wondered who is answering on the other end of a 911 phone call? Well, Grand Traverse 911 wanted to shine some light on who these people are and what they do every day. More>>

Traverse City School Holds Test-Driving Fundraiser

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A Northern Michigan community took a few test rides today, all to support local students. More>>

Elk Rapids Township Discusses Future of EMS at Special Meeting

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Emotions ran high at a Northern Michigan township meeting tonight following a decision to outsource emergency medical care. More>>

Traverse City Man Charged With Sex Crimes

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A man is charged with inappropriately touching multiple people.  More>>

Benzie County Native Gives Back to the Community

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We don't need it just yet, but some Benzie County students are prepared for winter, thanks to a little help from a Detroit area organization. More>>

Police Search for Leelanau County High Speed Chase Suspect

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Police are searching for a man they say led them on a high speed chase through two counties late last month.  More>>

Sixth Annual Zombie Run Comes in Traverse City

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Things are going to get a little spooky in Traverse City this weekend. More>>

Traverse City School Holds Test-Driving Fundraiser for Students

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A Northern Michigan community took a few test rides today, all to support local students. More>>

THC Detected in Teen's System Who Caused Deadly Crash in Leelanau County

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The sheriff says the teen who caused a wreck in Leelanau County in August had five nanograms of THC in his system according to toxicology reports. More>>

Man Stops to Walk Ducks Off Road in Cheboygan, No Attempted Abduction

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The Cheboygan County Sheriff says there was not an attempted abduction in Cheboygan. Facts became distorted and spread through social media, stirring panic with parents and schools. More>>

Gaylord Bicyclist in Critical Condition Following Accident with Truck, Driver Arrested

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An Otsego County bicyclist is in critical condition after he was hit by a drunk driver.

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Friends of Missing Kalkaska Woman Put on Search

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Nearly one week -- and no sign of a Kalkaska woman. Police say Connie Snyder told her roommate she was walking home from a friend's house in Kalkaska, but never showed up. More>>

Students Help Community as Part of School's Service Month

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Instead of spending the day inside the classroom, students at a Grand Traverse County school spent the day helping others. More>>

TC Park Adds Historical Marker for Native American Community

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A meaningful ceremony marking Traverse City's historical starting point. Today, a group of locals and Native Americans celebrated the first community to arrive in Traverse City -- the Anishinaabek. More>>

UPDATE: Kids Kove Soil at Safe Arsenic Levels

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Arsenic levels have gone way down at Kids Kove Park in Traverse City, but the play area is still closed. In September, the county closed the park after some soil samples taken for other projects came back positive for arsenic.  More>>

UPDATE: Washington School Shooter Dead, One Other Dead

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Police in Washington say a shooter is dead after attacking a high school. More>>

Woman Hospitalized After Crashing into Leelanau County Tree

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Police say a woman had prescription drugs in her system when she crashed her car into a tree. She ended up in the hospital. More>>

Nurse Nina Pham Released for Hospital Ebola Free

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"I feel fortunate, blessed to be standing here today," said Nina Pham. A Dallas nurse was released from the hospital, Ebola free Friday afternoon.  More>>

Texas Sex Offender Arrested for Failing to Register in Michigan

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Michigan State Police troopers arrested a Texas man in the Alpena area for failing to register with Michigan as a sex offender. More>>

THC Found in Teen Driver's System

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An update on a deadly Leelanau County crash we first told you about back in August. Deputies say the 16-year-old driver ran a stop sign at Bodus and Schomberg Roads on August 25th.  More>>

Beauchamp Ruled Competent to Stand Trial

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The man accused of killing a Wexford County mother has been found competent to stand trial. Police say Eric Beauchamp shot and killed Lindsey Morgan, in Buckley, back in August.  More>>

Five Men Arrested for Car Larcenies in Mt. Pleasant Area

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Police in Isabella County say they've found the men behind about 70 car larcenies in the Mt. Pleasant area. Five men have been arrested, but it's unclear if the cases are connected. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Calling in Sick

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Cold and flu season will be here before you know it, and many workers are already calling in sick. But a new poll from Career Builder shows nearly one out of three people have called in sick, even though the feel fine.  More>>

Evenflo Recalls 202,000 Car Seats for Buckle Problem

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Car seat maker Evenflo announced a recall for thousands of rear-facing infant seats due to buckle problems. More>>

Albino Deer Legal to Take in Michigan

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The Michigan DNR says an 11-year-old hunter in Oceola Township legally shot an albino buck last week. More>>

MTM On the Road: Backpack Program Keeps Kids Full on Weekends

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The McBain Area Backpack Program provides nearly 100 elementary students with a weekend's worth of food. More>>

New York City Doctor From Michigan Tests Positive for Ebola

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A doctors without borders physician in New York City has tested positive for the Ebola virus.  More>>

Interlochen Woman Accused of Hitting Man with Hammer

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An Interlochen woman was arrested by Grand Traverse County deputies for hitting a man with a hammer Thursday afternoon.  More>>

Hatchet-Wielding Man Shot and Killed by Police in NYC

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A man was shot and killed after attacking a New York City police officer. Police say he attacked four police officers with an 18-inch metal hatchet. More>>

TCAPS Receives Rebate from Cherryland Electric Cooperative

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Traverse City Area Public Schools received a check for almost $50,000 this week. The check came from Cherryland Electric Cooperative which supplies power to nine TCAPS schools.  More>>

Open House Helped Inform Public on Conservation District

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A conservation district working to inform public before elections. The Missaukee Conservation District's .15 mill failed in August.  More>>

Northern Michigan Garden Awarded for its Beauty

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A Northern Michigan garden was awarded for its beauty today. More>>

Veterans Affairs Medical Center Answers to Service Members' Concerns

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A town hall meeting held for Northern Michigan veterans concerned about their medical care.Leaders from the medical center for Veterans Affairs talked about ways to improve their services. More>>

Human Rights Commission Holds Affordable Housing Forum at NMC

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With the cost of living high in Traverse City, Human Rights leaders met with the public tonight to discuss how to deal with it. More>>

Reed City's Legendary Bake Shop Closing After 59 Years in Business

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A local bakery is closing after serving the community up for almost 60 years. Wright's Bake Shop is legendary in Reed City.  More>>

Harbor Springs Playground Closes After Elevated Arsenic Levels Discovered

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The school says while the levels may not necessarily be dangerous, they don't want to take any chances.

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DEQ Issue Violation Notice to Grand Traverse Town Center Developers

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The state is putting a Grand Traverse County construction site on notice over a persistent problem with runoff. More>>

Key Witness Testifies in Adamczak Case, Moves Forward to Circuit Court

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The two men accused of murdering Vincent Adamczak nearly 20 years ago could be headed to trial for his murder.

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Wolverine Proposes $100 Million Power Plant in Otsego County

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A new power plant could be coming to the Gaylord area in the next 2 yearsWolverine hopes to build a $100 million natural gas fueled facility. More>>

What's Going on in West Michigan: Chinese Acrobats, Reds of October, The Shack B&B

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We are headed into the weekend and there are so many things to do. Courtney Sheffer from the West Michigan Tourist Association is here to break it all down starting with an international cultural experience! More>>

Grand Rapids Helen DeVos Children's Hospital Receives Matching Donation

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An anonymous donor from Boston gave a children's hospital in Grand Rapids a generous gift, but it comes with a catch. More>>

Luesing Faces Murder Charge in Walsh Death

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Earlier this month, Troy Walsh was found dead in his Gaylord motel room. When police arrived, Keith Luesing was in the bathroom. More>>

Tompkins Arrested, Accused of Three Sex Crimes

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A former Suttons Bay High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a past student has been arrested. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Student Athletes and Grades

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A new report looking at the University of North Carolina shows more than 3,000 students earned good grades they didn't deserve.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Saving Money on Heating Your Home

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The Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency wants to help homeowners save money this winter. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Breaking Bad Action Figures

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Some parents are demanding action figures from a popular TV show be pulled from shelves. Breaking Bad action figures and accessories are for sale at children's toy's stores.  More>>

Grand Traverse County School Officers Heading Back to the Roads

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Grand Traverse County schools sad to see officers out of their hallways and back on the road. Starting next week, the Grand Traverse County school resource officers will be reassigned to road patrol duty.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Australia Burqa Ban

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Australia is backing down on its controversial burqa ban. It called for women wearing burqas in Parliament to be separated from the public.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Superior Coffee Roasting Company

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Superior Coffee Roasting Company is creating quite the caffeine buzz in the Soo and across the area. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Hazmat Costume

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As we get closer to Halloween, one costume is creating quite the controversy. It comes in the wake of the Ebola outbreak.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: School Suicide Contract

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A 5-year-old girl in Alabama was reportedly forced to sign a suicide contract at her school. It happened after she drew a picture that looked like a gun. More>>

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