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Wildfire Closes Road in Grand Traverse Co.

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Sparks from a power pole ignited the wildfire that closed a Grand Traverse County road Sunday evening.That fire--which started around 4 o'clock--isnow under control and the road--Karlin near Miriam Trail in Grant Township--has been reopened.Fire crews from Buckley, Grand Traverse Rural Fire Department and the DNR, among others, all fought to contain the flames. As of now, those crews are wrapping up. More>>

Red Flag Wildfire Warning Issued For Northern Lower Michigan This Evening

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Right now is a time of extreme wildfire risk in Northern Lower Michigan. More>>

UPDATE: Ogemaw Fire Started by Brush Burn

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The fire has now all been controlled, but not before people were evacuated and more than 60 crew members worked to contain it. More>>

Vi's Flower House Preps for Mother's Day

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The start of May means Mother's Day is right around the corner. More>>

Crowds Beat the Heat with Ice Cream in Traverse City

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The warm weather brought out plenty of people in downtown Traverse City this afternoon. A steady stream of shoppers made their way into Kilwins to try and beat the heat.  More>>

Behind the Scenes: How the DNR Battles Fires from the Air

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“Today, fire danger is gonna be high to very high. It's probably the highest potential day we've had for fire this year,” said Bill Green. He's the chief pilot for the DNR in Michigan. More>>

Successful Fundraiser Gets Cadillac Boy Adaptive Bike

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A successful fundraiser helped make one little boy's dream a reality today. More>>

UPDATE: Ogemaw County Wildfire Now Contained

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A grass fire has spread across at least 200 acres in Ogemaw County near St. Helen. More>>

Girl Scout Troop Sends Cookies, Donations to Troops Overseas

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A local girl scout troop sending cookies to another kind of troop stationed overseas. Troop 3476 packaged over 1,400 boxes of the morsels this morning in Traverse City.  More>>

Traverse City Courthouse Bell Ringing Again After Six Years

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The bells of a historic Traverse City Courthouse ringing out for the first time in 6 years. Safety concerns quieted the bell back in 2009. After several years of funds for repairs being cut from the county budget, a group of citizens began privately raising money to fix it. More>>

Update: USGS Confirms Magnitude 4.2 Earthquake

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The US Geological Survey confirms an earthquake, magnitude 4.0, struck michigan just before 12:30 this afternoon.The earthquake's epicenter, reportedly was in Galesburg but Northern Michigan's News Leader's receiving reports of falling objects and tremors as far as Kalkaska.We aren't receiving reports of any damage. More>>

Mobile Meth Lab Found in Missaukee Co.

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The war on meth continues in Missaukee County where tonight, investigators say they found a mobile lab. On a walk along the Clam River in Lake Township, people reported finding a suspicious looking bottle. More>>

Bengals take TC West grad Jake Fisher in the NFL Draft

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 The Bengals selected Traverse City West graduate Jake Fisher with the 53rd overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2015 NFL Draft Friday night.
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The Amazing Race : Truck Stop Love Keeps On Trucking

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Tonight the Amazing Race on CBS took a turn south to Peru, and Northern Michigan's team was sweating it out.  More>>

MI Budget Dir.: Tourism Spending Remains Priority in Budget Debate

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As the budget debate continues in Lansing, the local impact grows clearer and clearer. State Budget Director John Roberts talked numbers with community leaders in Traverse City today. Even though opinions differ on how the state government should spend tax dollars... everyone seemed to agree that investing in tourism should remain a priority.

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Fustini's Cooking School Grand Opening Draws Crowds

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Cooking--it's something we all do but many of us dread... something one local business says it's aiming to change. Fustini's in Traverse City celebrated the grand opening of its cooking school this evening--offering a demo to those interested in expanding their skills. More>>

Car Crashes Into Wexford County Church

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A church is boarding up a giant hole in the wall tonight after a car went through it.  More>>

Former Isabella County Deputy Facing Felony Charges; Clare Prosecutor Takes Over Case

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A former Isabella County deputy behind bars tonight, accused of several sex crimes.Police arrested Kevin Dush this morning after two women reported inappropriate interactions with the deputy. More>>

The Northern Michigan Outdoor Expo Opens In Gaylord

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People looking for ideas and gear to enjoy the outdoors can now find it all in one spot this weekend.  More>>

Governor Discusses Michigan's Future At Cadillac Breakfast

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Michigan's governor made a special stop in Northern Michigan today.  More>>

Fire Danger High in Northern Michigan

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The prolonged dry spell across Northern Michigan has the DNR keeping fire danger at high levels today. More>>

Upper Peninsula Deer Population is Down, DNR Exploring Options

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The DNR says harsh winters have hurt the deer population in the Upper Peninsula.  More>>

Needy NOT Greedy Closing by Sunday

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A woman's dedication to the military and her community is leaving Northern Michigan. Now, she hopes someone will step up to continue what she started. More>>

New Parking Machines Installed In Downtown TC

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Traverse City has a new way to pay for parking downtown. The days of feeding a meter are over in some lots.  More>>

Munson Outpatient Services Offers Distraction During Blood Draws

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Munson Medical Center has a new way to distract the younger patients while they are getting their blood drawn. More>>

Mason County Man Arrest For Making Meth

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A man in Mason County faces felony charges for making meth and operating a meth lab. More>>

Major Automakers Report April Sales Increase

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Major auto makers releasing their April numbers Friday -- and the results?A pretty good month. More>>

Magic Johnson Donates $1M to Lansing Promise Scholarship Program

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Magic Johnson visited Michigan on Friday. And during his visit, he made a million dollar promise for his hometown of Lansing. More>>

Mackinac Island Celebrates Start of 129th Season With Four New Suites

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Mackinac Island's Grand Hotel celebrated the start of its 129th season Friday.  More>>

Hometown Tourist: Grand Traverse Distillery in Traverse City

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From grain to tasting room, Grand Traverse Distillery is resurfacing the craft in craft cocktails. Jenny Buechel visits their production line in this week's edition of Hometown Tourist.  More>>

Former Isabella County Deputy Arrested on Multiple Felony Charges

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A former Isabella County Sheriff's deputy has been arrested on multiple felony charges. More>>

Update: Police Still Searching For Suspect in Clare County

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Police in Clare County are searching for a suspect. More>>

Energy Company Will Pay $885,000 to Resolve Clean Air Act Violations in Kalkaska

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A Texas-based oil company will pay more than $885,000 to improve leak detection and repair work at a Northern Michigan facility. More>>

Suspect Steals Equipment From MDOT Vehicles

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Deputies in Wexford County are trying to figure out who took tools and equipment from several MDOT vehicles Thursday night.  More>>

GTCo Deputies Arrest Man for Entering Home Without Permission

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Deputies in Grand Traverse County arrested a man they say went into an empty house without permission. More>>

Ford Expands Door Latch Recall

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Ford is expanding a recall of small and midsize cars because door latches may not stay closed. More>>

Presque Isle County Man Found Guilty of Murdering Baby

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We can now bring you an update on a story we have been following since April. More>>

MTM On The Road at The Governor's Breakfast

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Governor Rick Snyder visited Cadillac this morning, for the 38th Annual Governor's Breakfast. More>>

Michelle Obama Speaking to Detroit Students

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The first lady is in Michigan. Friday, Michelle Obama will speak to high school students in Detroit about the importance of education beyond high school.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Sewer Water Beer

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Friday is here. Maybe your weekend plans include kicking back and having a drink.  More>>

Two Cadillac Men Arrested for Selling Heroin

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Two men are facing charges for trying to sell heroin in Wexford County. More>>

Upper Peninsula Mine Will Shut Down for Five Months

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An Upper Peninsula mine, closing for five months, will affect more than 300 workers. More>>

State's Attorney Rules Freddie Gray's Death A Homicide

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Six police officers have been charged in the death of Freddie Gray. Baltimore State's Attorney has determined Freddie Gray's death was a homicide and says there is probable cause to file criminal charges. More>>

Mason County Barn Owner Helps Find Break-In Suspect

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A man from Lake Odessa is now in custody for stealing antique car parts during a break-in in Mason County.  More>>

Traverse City Construction Crews Begin Sealing Cracks on Several Roads

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More construction will begin today in Traverse City. More>>

Northern Michigan Events: Culinary Arts Showcase, Petoskey Restaurant Week

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It's Event Friday on Michigan This Morning! More>>

Chicago Will Hold President Obama's Future Presidential Library

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President Barack Obama is choosing his hometown of Chicago to house his future presidential library.  More>>

U.S. Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Alabama Boaters

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The U.S. Coast Guard is suspending its search this morning for boaters who went missing after a storm hit the Alabama coast during a sailboat race.  More>>

Clare County Program Helps Seniors Avoid Scams

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Police in Clare County kicked off a program aimed at helping seniors avoid getting scammed Thursday. More>>

Baltimore's Mayor Promises Justice For Freddie Gray

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Curfew was just lifted in the city of Baltimore for the third day. More>>

DNR Begins Annual Spring Survey On Lake St. Clair's Anchor Bay

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The Department of Natural Resources workers warn boaters on Lake St. Clair's Anchor Bay to stay away from nets used for an annual spring survey.  More>>

MI No-Fault Reforms Garner Support, Criticism

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Possible changes to Michigan's no-fault insurance system... drawing support and criticism. A bill that aims to lower the amount you pay for car insurance swiftly passed the state senate. More>>

Kids Kove Petition Draws Hundreds of Signatures

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A Traverse City woman, looking to breathe new life into one of her favorite places. Cari Noga's petition to have a new playground built where Kids Kove now sits already features more than 700 signatures. More>>

Creative Kids Design Tees for Charity

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A group of kids put their creativity to good use in Traverse City today--using it to fight hunger. Graphic design students at TBAISD's Career Tech Center were approached by the Father Fred Foundation to design tee-shirts. More>>

M-115 Deadly Crash: Road to Recovery

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A woman recounts the day she walked away from an accident that took the lives of two other people. Three days later and Nancy Rutterbush from Marion is still shaken.  More>>

Boon Township Fire Department Facing Closure

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A millage proposal on next week's ballot could mean closing or saving this fire department.Boon Township Fire Department in Wexford County is struggling to stay afloat. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Lime Lake Beauty

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Recently renovated from top to bottom this lakeside cottage is filled with natural light. More>>

Sailor Surprises Sons By Coming Home Early From Deployment

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A touching reunion between a sailor and his two sons... After a year of deployment, a father surprised his entire family today by coming home early. More>>

Sturgeon For Tomorrow Seeks Volunteers

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An exciting time of year for conservationists -- wanting to do their part in preserving the sturgeon population More>>

Jake Fisher Draft Preview With Brock Gutierrez

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First round of the NFL Draft is tonight. TC West grad Jake Fisher is definitely going to hear his name called sometime this weekend. He is going to make the transition from college to the NFL. More>>

Lawsuit Filed To Change Where New TC Homes Can Be Built

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Legal action to change a where some new homes can be built in Traverse City. The Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay and the Northern Michigan Environmental Council filed a lawsuit against Traverse City's Board of Zoning Appeals.  More>>

Thief Breaks Into A Big Rapids Twp Home

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Deputies in Mecosta County need help trying to track down the thief who broke into a Big Rapids Township home.  More>>

New Manistee Meijer Raises Some Concerns

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While the new Meijer is an exciting addition to the area, some people are concerned about it hurting small businesses. More>>

Thousands Across State Wrongly Disqualified From Benefits

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Thousands of people in Michigan were wrongly denied food assistance.  More>>

Power Sports Store in Mecosta Expands

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A local sports store has expanded into a new building. That will help their customers. More>>

UPDATE : Search Continues For Cemetery Vandals

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Police are looking for the people responsible for damaging nearly two dozen graves including one of a Traverse City founder. More>>

Cherry Capital Airport Sees Significant Jump In Passengers

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A jump in air traffic at a Northern Michigan airport stands to benefit the entire region. Cherry Capital Airport is seeing a significant jump in the number of passengers coming through this year. More>>

Meijer Expands Across Northern Michigan, Manistee Meijer Opens

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The Meijer in Manistee is now open, bringing nearly 300 new jobs to the area. More>>

Goodwill Needs Help Finding Family to Receive Car

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Goodwill is looking for community input to help give away a car to a family in need.  More>>

New Chemotherapy Center Opens in Charlevoix County

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A new chemotherapy center in Northern Michigan, with a healing view.  More>>

CMU Raises Undergraduate Tuition Again

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Central Michigan University is increasing undergraduate tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year. More>>

Baltimore Police Hand Freddie Gray Death Investigation Results to Prosecutors

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The results of an investigation into the death of Freddie Gray are now in the hands of prosecutors.  More>>

MTM On The Road at Veldheer Tulip Garden

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Holland is known for their amazing Tulips, and at Veldheer Tulip Garden you can see 5.5 million in bloom this year. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Firing Employee After Robbery

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One woman downstate still can't believe she lost her job after a robbery.  More>>

Another Round of Recalls for Ford

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There is another round of recalls for Ford, involving 600,000 vehicles. More>>

GM Announces $5 Billion Plan to Improve U.S. Factories

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General Motors says they will spend more than $5 billion to help improve its factories in the U.S., and many of those are in Michigan. More>>

UPDATE: 15-Year-Old Boy Dies in Midland County Car Crash

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A 15-year-old boy without a driver's license is dead after he crashed a car in Midland County. More>>

Backpack Filled With Cash And Personal Items Stolen From SUV

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Cadillac Police are looking for the person who took a backpack full of cash and a computer from a SUV. More>>

Woman Found Dead After Shark Attack in Maui

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The Maui Fire Department says a woman has died from a shark attack.  More>>

International Space Station Crew Declares Russian Supply Ship a Loss

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An American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut aboard the International Space Station say flight controllers have given up trying to control the cargo carrier. More>>

Thousands Dead After Nepal Earthquake

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Search and rescue teams are continuing their search this morning for people who might still be alive after a deadly earthquake hit Nepal. More>>

Indiana Battles Worst HIV Outbreak in Decades

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A proposal allowing needle exchanges in communities with high rates of Hepatitis C and HIV is on the way to the governor. More>>

Senator Bernie Sanders Set to Announce Candidacy

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A new candidate is in the race for president. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will formally announce his candidacy today.  More>>

Baltimore's Mandatory Curfew Lifted

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A mandatory curfew in Baltimore ended this morning after community leaders helped send protesters home. More>>

Reed City Student Diagnosed With Shigella

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Reed City Area Public Schools are alerting parents today after a student contracted Shigella. More>>

Through My Eyes: Mountain Biking

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A lot of people look at downhill mountain bikers and think were not the most fit because were pushing our bikes up the hill. More>>

Car Crashes Into Harrison Laundromat

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A woman was taken to the hospital Wednesday after she crashed her car into a laundromat. More>>

Dangerous Trend Continues To A Northern Michigan High School

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This fight video was filmed in the halls of a Northern Michigan high school and its part of a dangerous trend.


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Village At Grand Traverse Pays $40,000 In Fines

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In this update, the company building a Meijer store in Grand Traverse County must now pay $40,000 in fines.  More>>

GTCo Commissioners Finalize Severance Package

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Grand Traverse County commissioners will make a big decision tonight.The severance package for the county administrator they're firing.  More>>

GT Co. Sheriff K9's Receive New Vests

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The Grand Traverse County Sheriffs department's K9's now have new vests. Janke and Jax got their ballistic vests.  More>>

From Northern Michigan to the NFL

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From the time he was born Jake fisher wasn't your average child. He stood taller than his classmates, and spent most of his time on the grid iron; a childhood lifestyle that is about to come full circle.   More>>

Academy of Pediatrics Updates Guidelines

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?The American Academy of Pediatrics is updating their lice guidelines. More>>

Students Protest CMU Sexual Assault Decision

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"We are very angry because a staff member was assaulted by a grad student and that student is still allowed on campus." More>>

Name of Manistee Man is Released As Search Continues For Gun

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We now know the name of the Manistee man charged in a drive by shooting. Several shots hit a home around 2:00 a.m. Tuesday morning near the corner of Vine and Grand Avenue in Manistee. More>>

City of Cheboygan Moves Forward With Port Purchase

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The key to a better future...That's what the city of Cheboygan hopes this piece of land, unused for 30 years, could be. More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Promising Partnership

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It only takes one look to understand how big of a job this is. More>>

Petoskey Downtown Board Votes on Parking Changes

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Some changes could be coming for people who park in downtown Petoskey. The Petoskey Downtown Board voted unanimously last night to raise parking rates.  More>>

MyNorthTickets Minute: Spring Sip & Savor Wine Event, Movie Soundtracks Live & Theatre Performance

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 Kick off the first weekend of May with the booming culture of northern Michigan! From wine tastings to live performances, 9&10's Jenny Buechel has it all in this week's MyNorthTickets Minute. 

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Dry Conditions Could Create Problems for Local Golf Courses

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Recent dry conditions are affecting businesses in Northern Michigan, including golf courses. More>>

Names of Two People Killed in Osceola Crash Released

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Deputies have released the names of two people killed Monday in a car crash in Osceola County. More>>

U.S. Supreme Court Discusses Constitutionality of Same Sex Marriage

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The fate of same sex marriage is in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.  More>>

Detroit Man Recovering After Being Shot At More Than 40 Times

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A Detroit man is recovering after police say four men shot at him more than 40 times. More>>

MTM On The Road at Benzie Community Chorus

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For 40 years, the Benzie Community Chorus has been performing for crowds in Benzonia. More>>

Senate Approves Bill Loosening Air and BB Gun Restrictions

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A bill loosening restrictions on Air and BB guns is heading to Governor Rick Snyder's desk.  More>>

Number Dead Continues to Climb in Nepal

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The number dead continues to climb in Nepal. Rescuers are finding more bodies as they slowly make it to remote areas near the epicenter of deadly earthquake. More>>

Daredevil Nik Wallenda Completes Another Death-Defying Walk

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Daredevil performer Nik Wallenda has successfully completed another death defying walk. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Leaving Children With Lice in School

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If you have children in school, lice is always a concern. And new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics have even more parents raising eyebrows when it comes to lice.  More>>

Two Injured in Shooting at Ferguson Protest

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At least two people were injured in separate shootings in Ferguson, Missouri overnight. More>>

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders Will Run For President

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will run for president as a Democrat.  More>>

Justice Anthony Kennedy Presents Tough Questions For Both Sides of Gay Marriage Debate

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We have continuing coverage this morning on the Supreme Court hearing arguments both for and against gay marriage. More>>

President Obama Works to Create Stronger Alliance With Japan

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President Obama and the Japanese Prime Minister are working together to create a stronger alliance between the U.S. and Japan.  More>>

California Water Regulators Order Communities To Reduce Water Use

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California state water regulators say they will not overhaul a plan that orders communities to reduce water use because of a major drought. More>>

Nigerian Army Rescues Hundreds From Boko Haram

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Nigeria's military says it rescued 200 girls and 93 women from the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.  More>>

Baltimore Police Enforce Curfew, Riots Quiet Down

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The streets of Baltimore are empty this morning after a mandatory curfew took effect last night. More>>

What's Trending: DIY Gifts For Mom, Adorable Little Boy Struggles to Find His Ears

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

Michigan's Commercial Fishing Total Catch Slightly Down But Cash Value is Up

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Total catch for the commercial fishing industry went down slightly last year, but its cash value was up.  More>>

TC Central's First Robotics Team Takes Home Big Win

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A Northern Michigan high school took home a big win at a robotics competition over the weekend.  More>>

Toughest Prisoners Could Soon Call Baldwin Prison Home

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A Northern Michigan prison, one step closer to re-opening.


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MSU Extension Faces Closure

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A Northern Michigan MSU extension facing closure if a millage doesn't pass. On May 5th, Wexford County voters will be deciding the fate of the MSU extension. More>>

Cash Crop Thrives Despite Weather Conditions

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Asparagus is a big cash crop for the state of Michigan. With things so dry, you'd think the plants would suffer. But farmers say that's not the case.  More>>

Northern Michigan School Wins Statewide Competition

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A Northern Michigan school won a statewide competition for a video they made.  More>>

Utopia Foundations Looks To Aid Nepal Children

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The Utopia Foundation is trying to help nearly 50 orphaned children in Nepal adopted by Pushpa Basnet.  More>>

UPDATE: Police Searching for Gun in Manistee Shooting

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 "It's very unsettling I mean I'd rather not see it in the neighborhood but there's nothing really we can do to stop it." More>>

UPDATE: Two Killed in Osceola Crash

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In continuing coverage on yesterday's crash in Osceola county.Deputies have not yet released the names of the two people killed. More>>

Frankfort Home Destroyed By Morning Fire

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A Frankfort home was destroyed after a fire spread from the garage to the home Tuesday morning. More>>

Update : A Man Is Badly Beaten And Left Unconscious

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Investigators are waiting for a man to regain consciousness so they can help find the two people who badly beat him. More>>

Missaukee County Car vs. Semi Crash Results in Minor Injuries

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A driver trying to pass another car on M-55 survived a head-on crash with a semi-truck Tuesday. More>>

Inside The Kitchen: The Stone Oven in Lake Ann

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From decadent gouda mac and cheese to piping hot pizzas and sandwiches, The Stone Oven is a must-visit for hungry northerners. Join 9&10's Jenny Buechel and go Inside The Kitchen at this Lake Ann restaurant.  More>>

Third Suspect Arrested in Connection to Isabella County Armed Robberies

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A third person in connection to several armed robberies in Isabella County has been arrested. More>>

Kirk Gibson Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease

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Kirk Gibson, a former outfielder for the Detroit Tigers, has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. More>>

Cleanup Continues in Baltimore After Monday Night Riots

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The reaction and cleanup continue today following a destructive night in Baltimore.  More>>

Supreme Court Begins Hearing Same Sex Marriage Arguments

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Crowds gathered outside the Supreme Court Tuesday, showing both support and opposition to same-sex marriage. More>>

Japanese Police Investigating Possible U.S. Army Base Attack

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Japanese police are investigating a possible attack on a U.S. Army base near Tokyo. More>>

MTM On The Road at Card Wildlife Education Center

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Ferris State University is home to a unique center that aims to help the public learn about animals. More>>

Maryland Governor Declares State of Emergency in Baltimore

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"I have declared a state of emergency. These acts of violence and destruction of property cannot and will not be tolerated." More>>

Iranian Military Forces Seize Cargo Ship in Persian Gulf

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A cargo ship issued a distress call after Iranian military forces seized it in the Persian Gulf. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Banning Cigarettes and E-Cigarettes

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Hawaii is in line to become the first state to ban the sale, use and possession of cigarettes and e-cigarettes to people younger than 21.  More>>

Grand Traverse County Man Arrest for Pointing Rifle at Family Members

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A Grand Traverse County man has been arrested for pointing a rifle at his brother in-law and son. More>>

Fire Danger Level Still High Across Northern Michigan

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Another day of dry weather across Northern Michigan has the DNR reminding everyone that it is not safe to burn anything. More>>

Michigan Could Possibly Ban Powdered Alcohol

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Michigan could join at least six other states banning powdered alcohol.  More>>

Colorado Jurors Must Make Sanity Decision in Movie Theater Shooting Trial

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Continuing coverage on the trial of the man accused of opening fire at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado.  More>>

Michigan Lawmakers Discuss Religious Objections Bill

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Lawmakers are considering whether Michigan needs more protection for people who say the government has interfered with their religious freedoms. More>>

Boston Bombing Defense Lawyers Urge Jurors to Spare Tsarnaev's Life

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An update this morning on the trial of the convicted Boston Marathon bomber.  More>>

Severe Weather Sweeps Across Texas

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Baseball sized hail shattered windshields in Texas as severe weather swept through the state.  More>>

Washington Teacher Being Called Hero After School Shooting

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A teacher in Washington state is being called a hero this morning after he tackled a student who opened fire inside a school just outside of Seattle. More>>

Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead to Same Sex Marriage Legalization in All 50 States

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Starting today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about legalizing same-sex marriage across the country. More>>

Adopt A Pet: Dobby, Martini, Abby

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It's Adopt A Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! More>>

Mount Pleasant Police Arrest Larceny Suspect

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Police in Mount Pleasant arrested a man for trying to break into cars. Over the weekend employees called in about a man trying to break into cars at CME Mitsuba Corp in Mount Pleasant. More>>

Memorial Service Honors Those Who Died in Work-Related Accidents

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A daughter is on a mission to remember her father and others who died while on the job. Danielle Dole lost her father, Sherman Holmes to a logging accident in 2011.  More>>

Update: Baltimore Erupts During Police Clash

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Seven Baltimore police officers have been injured in a violent street clashes.   More>>

Local Military Families Send Jerky to Troops Overseas

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A specially made care package for military members, made right here in Northern Michigan.After deer season wraps up, a local processing company puts together Michigan made care packages to send to troops overseas. More>>

Local Police Acquire Surplus Military Items

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"It's not bringing the military to the public, it's basically taking advantage of equipment that's out there," said Leelanau County Sheriff Mike Borkovich. Military surplus -- rifles, humvees, clothing and first aid supplies are just the tip of the iceberg. More>>

TC Police Arrest Man After Fighting An Officer

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Traverse city police arrested a man after he threatened them Friday night.  More>>

Update: Buckley Community Mourns Loss of Gavin Luther

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An update on the crash details resulting in the death of Gavin Luther.At the time of the crash, the driver 17 year old Gavin Luther was not wearing a seat belt. More>>

Camp Grayling Wildfire Caused By Military Training Session

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At Camp Grayling, Spring training for the National Guard and other military members is underway. But this weekend a training exercise turned into a wildfire. More>>

Boyne City Welcomes Senior Housing Development

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People in Boyne City today celebrating new, affordable senior housing. Northern Homes Community Development Corporation got the ball rolling today to renovate a building. More>>

Shows Teaches People About Managing Retirement Funds

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A show on 9 and 10 News Tuesday morning will help you figure out the best investments for you when planning your retirement.  More>>

Fire Danger Remains High Across Northern Michigan

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The fire danger is high in nearly every spot in Northern Michigan tonight. More>>

Cherry Growers See Damage To Crop

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The weather is also affecting Northern Michigan's cherry crop. As buds prepare to blossom, cherry growers are already noticing some damage.  More>>

Saint Ignace Still Has Frozen Pipes

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The snow may be gone, but some parts of Northern Michigan still have plenty of frost beneath the surface.  More>>

Ford Recalls 400,000 Vehicles Due to Door Latch Problems

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Ford is recalling about 400,000 vehicles because the doors don't latch properly, running the risk of flying open while the car is moving. More>>

Grand Traverse County Deputies Looking for Two Stolen Vehicles

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Grand Traverse County Sheriff's deputies are looking for two of three vehicles stolen over the weekend. More>>

Deadly M-115 Car Crash Kills Two

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M-115 is closed after a deadly car crash Monday morning. More>>

GTCo Homeowner Wakes Up to Find Bullet Hole in House

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A bump in the night turned out to be more than a Grand Traverse County homeowner expected. More>>

Man Arrested for Death of Three People Found in Burned Out Vehicle

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Police in southern Illinois arrested a man accused of killing three people found in a burning car in the Upper Peninsula. More>>

Michigan Navy SEAL Dies During Training Accident

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Two Navy SEALs, including one from Michigan, are dead following a training accident. More>>

Michigan Historical Commission Approves New Historical Markers

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The Michigan Historical Commission approved five new historical markers.Poet Carl Sandburg's beachfront home near Harbert will receive a marker.  More>>

Nylabone Recalls Dog Chews for Possible Salmonella Contamination

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Pet company Nylabone is issuing a recall. It covers the Puppy Starter Kit because the dog chews may be contaminated with salmonella.  More>>

Aftershocks Continue Rattling Nepal After Devastating Earthquake

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The death toll in Nepal continues to rise after a devastating earthquake over the weekend. More>>

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