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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>>

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>>

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>>

Classic Cars for Sale in Dearborn

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Classic car lovers in the market to expand their collection may be able to do that in Dearborn. One family there is selling more than 120 classic cars.  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>>

UPDATE: Charlevoix County Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident

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A Charlevoix County man died when he crashed into a ditch on his motorcycle. 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>>

UPDATE: Wexford County Police Find Mobile Meth Lab During Traffic Stop

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Police in Wexford County are looking for a man who ran from a car during a traffic stop. 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>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Lake Leelanau Charmer

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There aren't many houses that feel like this. Like an old, historic family cottage, with the updates we crave today. Located on Lake Leelanau, its a well loved family home that doesn't lack much. 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>>

UPDATE: One Gunman Responsible for Canada Parliament Hill Shooting

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As Canadian Parliament resumed this morning security is was tight and one high alert. Parliament members held a moment of silence to reflect on yesterday's deadly shooting.  More>>

UPDATE: Clare County Police Identify Wallet Theft Suspect

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The Clare County Sheriff's Department has identified the man accused of taking a wallet from a gas station. 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>>

UPDATE: Soo Police Arrested Suspected 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>>

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>>

Two U.S. Ebola Patients Free of Virus, One Nurse Still in Isolation

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For now, it appears cases of Ebola in the U.S. are almost a thing of the past. Wednesday, a photojournalist and a nurse were declared free of the virus. More>>

Grayling Woman Faces Charges In Deadly Accident

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After killing a Sault Ste. Marie woman in a crash earlier this month -- Sandra Lakanen from Grayling is facing criminal charges, according ot the Crawford County Sheriff's Office. More>>

UPDATE: Drunk TC Man in Clown Mask Arrested after Pellet Gun Incident

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The Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Office got a concerned call Monday morning. The person reporter that there was a man pointing a possible firearm at houses in Blair Township and that he was shooting at a can in the road. More>>

MSP Looking for Suspect Identification in Fraud Scam

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Michigan State Police Hart Post needs your help identifying fraud suspects. Troopers say they got a report of a scam where suspects had a victim give personal bank account information.  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>>

Gaylord Man Confesses to Cabin Break-Ins, Charges Pending

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A man who recently moved back to Gaylord was caught breaking into a cabin in Corwith Township by a neighbor. This was one of several break-ins in the past few weeks. More>>

UP Man Admits to Growing Marijuana

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An Upper Peninsula man has pleaded guilty to growing marijuana. Police say the investigation started after people at school smelled an odor on his 6-year-old daughter. More>>

Police Learn About Autism in Traverse City

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Police and human services workers came together to learn how to help people with autism Wednesday. More>>

Proposed Power Plant For Otsego County

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A power plant may be coming to the Gaylord area by 2016.Wolverine announced a proposal to build a $100 million plant to be finished in the next two years. More>>

Grand Traverse Commissioners Address Budget Deficit in Special Meeting

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A county budget in the red...commissioners are scrambling to fix it. The Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners met tonight to work on a plan to fix the budget for next year. \ More>>

Bestselling Author Visits Traverse City for National Writers Series

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A New York Times' bestselling author visited Northern Michigan today as a part of a larger national tour. Tonight, the Traverse City Opera Jouse welcomed Sophie Kinsella, author of the "Confessions of a Shopaholic" series. More>>

Manistee Approves City Deer Cull

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Some police officers in Manistee County will soon be hunting deer. A deer cull was approved by the Manistee City Council Tuesday night.  More>>

Two Men Accused in Manistee Cold Case Return to Court

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A Manistee County cold case is moving forward. The two men accused of killing a man nearly 20 years ago were back in court. More>>

Next Generation 911 Comes to the Upper Peninsula

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911 centers across the Upper Peninsula are seeing some changes.. More>>

MMCC Awarded For Going Green

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Mid Michigan Community College received almost$50,000 today for going green. Consumers energy awarded the college in Isabella County a check for making one of their newest buildings energy efficient. More>>

Osceola County Woman Accused of Embezzling from School

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A woman who worked for an Osceola County school district is accused of stealing from them.  More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Seasons of Apple Trees

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If you look around Northern Michigan, there's no shortage of apple trees. Along with all the wonderful orchards we have here, apple trees also dot peoples yards, the sides of roads and in fields. More>>

Kalkaska Police 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>>

Police Investigating Arson at Houghton Lake Home

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Police are investigating a house fire that they believe was started on purpose earlier this month.  More>>

Former Humane Society Manager Sentenced to Jail for Embezzlement

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A past manager of a Northern Michigan humane society is going to jail for embezzlement.  More>>

Mecosta County Man Accused of Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, More

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A Morley man faces several charges from sex crimes to child abuse and having marijuana.  More>>

East Jordan Man Accused of Robbing Ohio Bank

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A man from Northern Michigan was arrested after police say he robbed a bank Tuesday. It happened at a Chase Bank in Bluffton, Ohio.  More>>

Willis Sentenced to Life in Prison

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The man who killed one woman and held several others hostage has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Guns in Senior Pictures

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A school board in Nebraska is allowing students to pose with guns in their senior pictures. The decision comes after a student at the school last year asked to take a picture with a gun but was told no.  More>>

Social Security Benefits Increase

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Good news for nearly 64 million people on Social Security, payments are going up 1.7% next year.  More>>

AG Schuette Reaches Propane Settlement with AmeriGas

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Continuing coverage on Attorney General Bill Schuette's lawsuit against propane company AmeriGas. Last winter, thousands of propane customers were victims of price gouging. More>>

Some Serrano Peppers Sold at Meijer Possibly Contaminated with Salmonella

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Some Serrano peppers sold at Meijer stores may be contaminated with salmonella. The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development released an advisory for the potentially harmful peppers supplied from Bailey Farms... More>>

UPDATE: NHTSA Urges 7.8 Million Vehicle Owners to Repair Air Bags

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U.S. safety regulators issued a warning to owners of more than 7.8 million vehicles to get them repaired immediately. That is 3 million more than earlier this week. More>>

Mother Found Dead in Kalkaska County Home

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A mother was found dead in her home with her young daughter inside, in Kalkaska County. Elizabeth Meiser was found dead in her Rapid City home on October 12.  More>>

30 Marijuana Plants Seized at Presque Isle County Home

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Deputies in Presque Isle seized about 30 plants and several pounds of processed marijuana, Tuesday. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday: Fall Foliage Projects and Marcel the Shell

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Instead of raking the leaves this Autumn, do something creative with them. More>>

Computer Aided Design Career Expo in Cadillac

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There was a special career expo in Cadillac on Tuesday focused on jobs in computer-aided design.  More>>

Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District Promotes Literacy

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The Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District's Imagination Library program is getting ready for a big weekend that will help them stay around for another year.  More>>

Former Washington Post Executive Director Ben Bradlee Dead at 93

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The editor who led the Washington Post coverage of the Watergate scandal, died Tuesday night at the age of 93. The Post says Ben Bradlee died at his home of natural causes. Before working for the newspaper, he graduated from Harvard and served in the Navy in World War Two. During his tenure at the Post he was the force behind publishing the Pentagon Papers. He also assigned Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein to cover the break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters. Their reporting... More>>

Traverse City Schools Hold Feedback Session for Gifted Student Program

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With enrollment dropping for a program for gifted students, a Northern Michigan school district is looking for help. More>>

Congressional Candidates Speak at Traverse City Forum

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Candidates vying for the First Congressional District seat were at the same place at the same time tonight to answer voters' questions. More>>

High School Students Organize Blood Drive

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High school students working together on a senior project ended up making a difference in the community. More>>

TBAISD Teacher Accused of Sex Crimes

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A Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School teacher facing charges for assault, is now also accused of sex crimes. There's a warrant out for Scott Tompkins.  More>>

Hydrocodone, Vicodin, Prescription Regulations Tightened

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Tighter prescription drug regulations make it more difficult for people to get some common pain killers.This month the Drug Enforcement Agency restricted the way doctors can prescribe all hydrocodone-containing medications -- like Vicodin. More>>

Money Awarded to Cadillac After School Program

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An after school program will continue for Cadillac elementary school students thanks to a grant from the state. More>>

St. Ignace Police Investigating Possible Shots Fired

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A couple in St. Ignace say they were driving down State Street Monday night, they heard a gun shot. The couple saw a truck with its widow open with a rifle pointed out of driver's window and fired a shot.\ More>>

Enrollment Down at West Shore Community College

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Fewer students are making their way to a Mason County community college. More>>

Some Northern Michigan Schools in Need of Substitute Teachers

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Some Northern Michigan schools are having a very hard time finding enough substitute teachers to cover all their classes. More>>

Grand Traverse County Officer Shortage

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Starting next week two Grand Traverse County School Resource Officers and two from the Regional Narcotics Team will be moved to road patrol duty due to a staff shortage. More>>

Great Lakes Region Gray Wolf Population Grows

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An update on the gray wolf population in the western Great Lakes region. This includes Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. More>>

American Released from North Korea

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American Jeffrey Fowle was released from North Korea Tuesday afternoon. His release comes nearly 6 months after he was taken into the country's custody.  More>>

BBB Warns of Ebola Scams

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The Better Business Bureau warned consumers to watch out for scams involving Ebola. It says there are a range of schemes trying to cash in on people's fears of the virus.  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>>

Petoskey Doctor Sentenced for Sex Crime with Patient

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A Petoskey doctor who had inappropriate sexual contact with a patient is going to prison. Richard Ferguson was a primary care physician at Little Traverse Bay Family Medicine near Harbor Springs.  More>>

Staples Announces Possible Data Breach

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We have another potential security breach to tell you about -- this time involving an office supply store. Staples confirmed its investigation of a possible data breach at some of its stores.  More>>

Robbery Suspect Hands Money Over After Alma Bank Tellers Gather Evidence

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Police say quick-thinking bank tellers helped them track down a robber. Police say one teller at a bank in Alma pushed a note with the robber's fingerprints to the floor without the man noticing. More>>

New Ebola Protocols Roll Out

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New protocols for treating Ebola patients are now in effect. The CDC says the changes guarantee more safety. More>>

Indiana Police Investigating Possible Serial Killer

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Police in Indiana are investigating a possible serial killer. A man, Darren Vann, has been arrested and seven bodies have been found so far.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Family Fun at Pahl's Pumpkin Patch

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Fall in Northern Michigan wouldn't be complete without a visit to a local Pumpkin Patch. At Pahl's in Buckley families can pick pumpkins, enjoy donuts and cider, ride the 'barrel train', shop in the 'candy cottage' or just run around in the corn maze. More>>

Armed Robbery at Hotel in Midland

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The Midland City Police Department needs your help searching for an armed robbery suspect. The robbery happened late Monday night at the Sleep Inn on West Wackerly Street in Midland County. More>>

CMU Football Player Sentenced

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Central Michigan Univeristy's top running back will learn his sentence today in a theft case. Thomas Rawls, from Flint, will be sentenced in Isabella County. More>>

Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dead at 82

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People around the world are mourning the loss of an iconic fashion designer whose styles have been worn for decades. More>>

Oscar Pistorious Sentenced to Five Years in Prison

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The double-amputee Olympic runner, Oscar Pistorious has been sentenced to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.  More>>

Adopt A Pet: Adam, Cuddles and Mr. Pickles

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It's Adopt a Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning... If you are looking for a furry addition to your family, here are three animals that could be that perfect match for you.  More>>

Dog Lost for Eight Months Found, Returned Home

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A lost dog back in the arms of her owner, eight months after going missing. Kami is a young Shih-Tzu who survived her own "Homeward Bound" story. More>>

Resurrection Life Church Hosts Clothing Drive For Traverse City Students

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A local church with a major clothing drive is helping students at Traverse City Area Public Schools.  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>>

Public Hearing to be Held for Safe Harbor

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An update tonight on the controversial emergency homeless shelter in Traverse City. City commissioners approved a public hearing for Safe Harbor's request for a Special Land Use Permit.  More>>

Animals Seized From Cheboygan Family's Home

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More details uncovered tonight involving a Cheboygan family that fled to Florida. We first told you about this story last Wednesday when police put out a nationwide warrant for the arrest of Richard Fero.  More>>

Fifth Annual Pigstock TC Started Today

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The Fifth Annual Pigstock TC started today and while it sounds like a music festival for swine, it's actually a chance for chefs, butchers, and farmers to talk pork. More>>

Oak Wilt Threatening Red Oak Trees in Northern Michigan

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An exotic disease called Oak Wilt is threatening Red Oak trees in Northern Michigan. More>>

Police Investigating Clare Animal Hospital Break-In

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Workers arrived at a local animal hospital Monday morning to discover it had been broken into.  More>>

Mt. Holiday Adds New Ziplines

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A Northern Michigan ski resort added a new attraction that you don't have to be a skier to enjoy. Mt. Holiday now has a zipline. More>>

MSP Makes Heroin Problem A Top Priority Across State

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Heroin use is on the rise in Northern Michigan, and around the state. Today, Michigan State Police addressed it as a statewide problem and priority at their first ever heroin summit in East Lansing today. More>>

Missing Hunter Found In Mason County Woods

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The Mason County Sheriff says a missing hunter has been found. The Sheriff says the man went hunting in the Sheridan Township area Sunday afternoon and never returned home. More>>

Michigan Corrections Officer Stabbed by Inmate

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Michigan corrections officials say an officer at the Saginaw Correctional Facility was stabbed by a prisoner. The officer is currently recovering at a hospital's neurological observation unit.  More>>

Mt. Pleasant Police, Schools Investigating Irritant Incident, Students Sent Home

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Mt. Pleasant police and Mt. Pleasant Public schools are investigating an incident at Mt. Pleasant High School. More>>

GM Attorney Increases Ignition Switch Death Toll

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An update on the death toll involving General Motors cars with deadly ignition switches.  More>>

Former Tennis Pro Returns to Court for Fraud, Immigration Crimes

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A former tennis pro from Africa was back in Detroit federal court after an appeals court threw out his conviction for forcing children into hard labor. More>>

Grayling Man Dies in ORV Accident

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A Grayling man died over the weekend when he hit a power pole on his off road vehicle. 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>>

UN Human Rights Experts Visit Detroit for Water Shutoffs

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Two human rights experts from the United Nations are in Detroit today looking at the impact of the city's water shutoffs. More>>

Man in Jail After Mecosta County Car Accident

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A man is in jail this morning after crashing into a guard-rail, and driving without a license. More>>

Hurricane Ana Downgraded to Tropical Storm

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A hurricane headed for Hawaii has weakened to a tropical storm, but it has left the state extremely wet. The National Weather Service says Hurricane Ana was downgraded to a tropical storm, Sunday afternoon. More>>

US Air-Drops Supplies to Kurdish Forces in Syria

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The US military says it air-dropped weapons, ammunition, and medical supplies to Kurdish forces, defending a Syrian city against Islamic State militants. More>>

Michigan Senators Ask for Postponement in UP Power Decision

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People in the Upper Peninsula may not be responsible for paying more money to cover a plant's expenses.  More>>

Keene State Pumpkin Festival Crowd Turns Destructive

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A party near Keene State College, in New Hampsire, turned into a night of destruction. Police in riot gear tried to handle a rowdy crowd that brought chaos to the 24th annual Pumpkin Festival, Saturday night.  More>>

Protests in Hong Kong Enter Third Week

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Protesters in Hong Kong aren't backing down as they enter their third week of protests of the occupy movement.  More>>

UPDATE: Father/Daughter Both Found Dead Across the State

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We have an update on the death investigation of a father and daughter, both found dead across the state from each other.  More>>

Central Michigan University Students Celebrate Baja Bonanza

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There was a special celebration for the Engineering and Technology students at Central Michigan University Friday. More>>

Remains Found May be Those of Missing University of Virginia Student

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Police say they've uncovered human remains that could be those of University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham, who's been missing since mid-September. More>>

Frankfort Film Festival Brings Business And Culture To Area

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Organizers of the sixth annual Frankfort Film Festival are striving to appeal to a wide range of tastes in movies. The event chooses the top films from other festivals around the world and brings them to Benzie County. More>>

Fall Colors Draw Many To Northern Michigan

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The fall's vibrant reds, yellows and oranges draw many people to Northern Michigan. This is likely one of the last weekends fall colors are at their peak in the Northern Lower Peninsula -- and businesses have been grateful for the influx of people. More>>

Memory Walk Remembers Payton Disbrow

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It's a story we've followed for two years. Payton Disbrow was a victim of child abuse and neglect when he was just over a year-old. Little payton died in 2012, in McBain. More>>

Community Donates Thousands Of Pounds Of Food to KAIR

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It's called "Kampout for KAIR." Kalkaska Area Interfaith Resources, or KAIR,is a food pantry and resource center with a mission to help local families having trouble putting food on the table. 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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