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GTC Community Police Proposal Could Cost Townships

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Under a new plan, townships in Grand Traverse County could wind-up paying more for police protection. Many townships use community police officers or CPOs from the sheriff's department, paying roughly half the total amount it takes to put an officer on the road. But now, county commissioners say they may need to pay more. More>>

New MI Gun Laws Could Make it Easier to Obtain CPLs

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New state gun laws could make it much easier to get a concealed weapon permit. Under the two new laws, signed today by Governor Snyder, county gun boards will cease to exist. The responsibility of issuing concealed pistol licenses will now fall to county clerks with some help from state police. More>>

Cherry Capital Airport Numbers Rise

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More passengers are passing through Cherry Capital Airport. More>>

TC Fixing Hundreds of Frozen Pipes

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The cold is making life difficult for more people whose water pipes are freezing. Some living in Traverse City are among many across Northern Michigan plagued with frozen pipes. More>>

Harrison Softball Pitcher Gets Help to Strikeout Hunger

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Last year, a Harrison High School softball pitcher raised more than $4,000 to help the hungry, by striking out her opponents.Now Allison Lipovsky is preparing for her senior season and preparing to raise even more money. More>>

McBain Schools Uses Religion as Criteria for New Superintendent, Causes Controversy

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aControversy in a rural Northern Michigan school system, caused by a job posting for a new superintendent. More>>

Crawford County Food Pantry Breaks Record for Families Served

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A Northern Michigan food pantry is breaking records for the number of people they served this winter.  More>>

Grayling Man Completes 36th Blood Gallon Donation

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"I started donating when I was 17 years old because I had some problems," Grayling Resident Al Etson said.  More>>

Farmers Wait for Winter to Break

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The extended forecast has everybody thinking spring, including local farmers who are coming off a short and cool growing season last year.They're working to be ready for a repeat. More>>

Grandville Man Accused of Sexual Assault Turns Himself In

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A man accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl has turned himself in. More>>

Coleman Woman Dies After Being Run Over By Friend

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A woman died in a heartbreaking accident in Midland County Wednesday. More>>

Cold Weather Could Push Back Maple Syrup Harvest

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March is a sweet time of year for maple syrup producers getting anxious to tap into some trees. More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Frederik Mejier Gardens Butterfly Exhibition

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For Sightseeing in Michigan we're taking a trip to the tropics. The tropics of the butterfly exhibition at the Frederik Mejier Gardens and Sculpture Park.  More>>

Third Suspect Arrested in Oceana County Meth Lab Bust

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Police arrested a third suspect connected to an Oceana County meth lab bust in January. More>>

Two Charged With Cocaine in Osceola County

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The two people police arrested Monday evening accused of having cocaine are now charged. More>>

MyNorthTickets Minute: Shrek the Musical, Celtic Fest, Local Musicians Relief Concert

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 It's live performances across the board this weekend! Get the details on what's happening with Jenny Buechel in the MyNorthTickets Minute. 

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Senator Peters Introduces Military Reserve Small Business Jobs Act of 2015

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Michigan democratic senator Gary Peters helped introduce legislation extending tax credits for small businesses that employ military reservists.  More>>

City of Manistee Helps Those With Frozen Pipes; Offers Showers, Bottled Water

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About 70 homes in the City of Manistee have frozen pipes, so the city is stepping in to help beyond the thawing process. More>>

Gov. Snyder Signs Bills Reforming Concealed Pistols Licensing

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Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation changing how licenses for concealed pistols are issued in the state. More>>

Multiple People Injured in Otsego County Crash

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Multiple people were injured in an two car crash in Otsego County Wednesday morning. More>>

Supreme Court Hears Affordable Care Act Arguments

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Wednesday, Supreme Court Justices heard arguments on President Obama's Affordable Care Act. More>>

Run Water Advisories, Recommendations Begin

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The cold temperatures is causing some communities to issue run water notices and recommendations. More>>

Feedback at 5:00 Public Schools Observing Religious Holidays

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Public schools in New York City will observe two Muslim holidays for the first time. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the system will close for the holidays starting next September.  More>>

Driver Crashes Car into Traverse City Grocery Store

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Police are asking the Secretary of State to complete a driving evaluation on a man who backed into a Traverse City grocery store. More>>

Teen Arrested After Leading GT County Chase Facing Additional Charges

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New details on a weekend drunken chase in Traverse City. It all started when police say a drunk man stopped by a home, asking for someone who didn't live there. More>>

Michigan Lawmakers Consider Changes to State Adoption Laws

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Michigan lawmakers are taking another look at the state's adoption laws. A package of bills passed in a House committee Wednesday morning.  More>>

Man Thrown From Car in Crawford County Rollover

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The Crawford County sheriff says a suspected drunk driver was thrown from his car in a Monday evening crash. More>>

Detroit Bankruptcy Case Still Not Over

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Today, the case returns to court with a different judge. More>>

David Petraeus Agrees to Plea Deal

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We have an update this morning, on the ex CIA Chief accused of leaking classified material.  More>>

Healthy Living: Hidden Sugars in Food

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More than 78 million adults suffer from obesity in the United States and a big part of the problem is what we put into our mouths. More>>

Eastern Ukraine Mine Explodes

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The speaker of Ukraine's parliament says one person is confirmed dead and dozens could be trapped after the explosion. More>>

Michigan Democrats Make Move to Improve Energy Usage

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Democrats are making a move to improve the way we use electricity in Michigan. More>>

What's Trending: March Recipes, Three Year Old Taekwondo Class

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

Snowmobile Season Lacks Fresh Snow; Hurts Businesses

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Snowmobilers enjoy fresh snow, but aren't getting as much as they'd like. That's hurting businesses this winter. More>>

Police Respond to Newaygo County Standoff

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A Newaygo County man is dead after firing several shots at his wife Tuesday. Police say the man fired at least two rounds at his wife in Brohman. More>>

Clare County Surprised by Freezing Drizzle

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That freezing drizzle Tuesday afternoon caused many issues for drivers all over Northern Michigan. In Clare County, the Road Commission tried to keep up with the changing conditions.  More>>

Tow Companies Stay Busy With Slushy Road Conditions

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The snow this morning , and now ice, means tow companies are staying busy. More>>

Kenwood Elementary Preschool Class Throws Outdoor Sledding Party

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A local preschool class fed up with staying inside all winter took Tuesday as a chance to throw an outdoor sledding party. More>>

Manton Woman Dies in Car v Train Accident in Wexford County

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Police are on the scene of an accident in Wexford County. More>>

UPDATED: Boy Pinned Under Stolen Roscommon Car Driven by Brother

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A 9-year-old boy in the hospital Monday night after deputies say his brother ran him over in a stolen car. More>>

Police Warn to Slow Down in Freezing Rain

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Where there hasn't been snow, there has been freezing rain, covering much of Northern Michigan in a slick film of ice. More>>

Isabella County Armed Robbery Suspect In Court

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The suspect in an Isabella County armed robbery will be in court today.  More>>

Charlevoix's Thatched Roof House

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"We had just come down for a trip and drove by this house and there was this little for sale by owner sight in the window," Michael Seitz said. People who know Charlevoix know the Earl Young homes, and we kind of said this house isn't exactly the mushroom house that one imagines. More>>

Farm Animals Die in Antrim County Barn Fire

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Nearly three dozen animals died in an Antrim County barn fire Tuesday morning.

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Keith Ferguson Admits to Murdering Wife, Father-in-Law

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Family and friends relieved after a Kalkaska man admitted to killing his wife and father-in-law.

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ACLU: Christianity Not Required for McBain Rural Agricultural School Superintendent

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A Northern Michigan school district is no longer asking their next superintendent be Christian. More>>

Coast Guard Cutter Gets Important Repairs

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Today the Michigan State Police dive team made some important repairs on the Coast Guard Cutter Biscayne Bay.  More>>

Inside the Kitchen: Benzonia's Roadhouse Mexican Bar and Grill

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For handmade, south-of-the-border comfort food -- get to the Roadhouse Mexican Bar and Grill in Benzonia. More>>

Congress Passes Bill to Fund DHS Through Fiscal Year

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Congress has officially passed a bill that will pay for the Department of Homeland Security.  More>>

PM Netanyahu Addressed Congress with Controversial Speech

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress Tuesday, and the speech was controversial from the start. More>>

NHTSA Investigating Ford, Lincoln Vehicles for Door Latch Problems

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U.S. safety regulators are investigating two models of Ford vehicles which have door latches that may not close properly.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Abandoning Infants Safely in Baby Boxes

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Lawmakers in Indiana suggest taking the safe haven law protecting babies one step further.  More>>

Takata Doubles Air Bag Production

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A Japanese auto supplier says it's doubling its production.  More>>

Fire Destroys Wexford County Home, Puts One Person in the Hospital

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One person is in the hospital after a Wexford County home burned down Monday evening. More>>

Troopers Arrest Drunk Teen After Leading GT County Chase

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Michigan State Police say a drunk man rammed several cars, then led them on a short chase Sunday night.  More>>

MTM On The Road with The Accidentals

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The Accidentals have only been a band for three short years and already have thousands of fans and are kicking off a West Coast tour. More>>

Osceola County Traffic Stop Leads to Two Cocaine Arrests

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Two people were arrested during an Osceola County traffic stop after Michigan State Police found drugs. More>>

Ammo That Can Pierce Police Officers Vests Could Be Banned

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A certain type of ammunition used in a popular rifle could soon be banned.  More>>

Adopt A Pet: Rowen, Haley, Myra

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It is Adopt A Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning. This week we have three animals looking for their forever homes. More>>

Hillary Clinton Pressured to Turn Over Work E-Mails

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is under fire this morning.  More>>

UPDATE:State Police Issue Amber Alert For Two Teens; Both Teens Found

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State police have issued an amber alert for two teens abducted from an Indianapolis home. Police say one of two teens taken at gunpoint from the Indianapolis area has been found, but the other remains missing. More>>

TC Man Faces Federal Charges for Fraud, Money Laundering

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The U.S. Justice Department indicted a Traverse City man accused of running a Ponzi scheme. More>>

TC Commissioners Accept City Manger's Letter of Resignation

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Traverse City parting ways with its city manager Monday night, but it wasn't a cut and dry decision. "I hope that he gets the help that he needs and it's too bad it went down this way but we have to move forward," says Traverse City commissioner, Jim Carruthers. More>>

Professional Shares Tips to Avoid Scams During Tax Season

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We're in the midst of tax season. Many have already received their refunds, but for those who are waiting to file, we spoke with a tax professional for some tips. More>>

Show Helps People Save Money On Retirement Investments

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If you're looking for guidance on managing your retirement funds -- a show here on nine and ten news can help. More>>

Third Coldest February On Record In TC

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This February broke records as one of the coldest ever. For Traverse City -- it was the third coldest in history, only trumped in 1904 and 1979, when temperatures reached 37 below. More>>

LSSU's Aquatic Research Lab May See a $12 Million Expansion

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Governor Snyder wants to make Lake Superor State's Aquatic Research Lab a priority in 2015 More>>

Downstate Man Admits to Poaching Elk in Otsego County

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A Michigan man has admitted to poaching an elk during firearm season in Otsego County. Michigan DNR conservation officers say a person found elk parts dumped on a rural road in November 2014.  More>>

Manistee Fire Creates Multitude of Issues

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Nobody was hurt in the Sunday fire, and investigators don't know how it started or the extent of the damage.Crews responded just before 1:30 yesterday afternoon at the corner of Taylor and Filmore in Manistee. More>>

GVSU ATO Members Walk 160 Miles for MS Research

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One-hundred-sixty miles, 20 men, eight days and one cause -- finding a cure for multiple sclerosis.  More>>

Newaygo County Deputy Disciplined for Commission Meeting Statements

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A Newaygo County deputy has been disciplined for statements made during a county commissioner meeting.  More>>

Suttons Bay Man Crashes into Snowbank, Arrested for Drunk Driving

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A Suttons Bay man failed all field sobriety tasks given to him after he crashed into a snowbank Friday night. More>>

Scott Tompkins Admits to Sex Crimes Involving Former TBAISD Student

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A Leelanau County teacher has admitted to charges Monday morning. Scott Tompkins is accused of kissing a former student at a Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District school.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: School Fundraisers

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State lawmakers are considering easing up on some school fundraising rules. The bill would let schools sell snacks currently banned by federal guidelines.  More>>

MTM On The Road at a Sip and Dab Party

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Painting isn't just for artists, at a Sip and Dab party -- it's for everyone! More>>

Hyundai Recalls More Than 260K Cars for Power Steering Problem

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Hyundai is recalling more than 260,000 cars in the U.S. and Canada because of a power steering problem.  More>>

Treetops Resort Damage Cost Estimate Climbs to $430K

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The owner of Treetops in Gaylord now says the price tag between clean-up, legal fees, and out-of-pocket expenses is around $430,000. More>>

Kalkaska Man Admits to Stealing from GT Co. Storage Unit

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An update on a Kalkaska man accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of property from a Grand Traverse County storage unit.  More>>

Big Rapids Police Arrest Apartment Break-In Suspect

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A woman is now charged with breaking into two apartments in the University Park Suites (UPS) apartment complex in Big Rapids Township. More>>

Michigan Gas Prices Rise Slightly Over Last Week

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AAA Michigan is reporting an increase in gas prices over the last week. More>>

Police Involved in Los Angeles Shooting

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Police officers in Los Angeles shot and killed a man in the city's "Skid Row" over the weekend. More>>

Israeli Prime Minister Visit Creates Tension on Capital Hill

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An upcoming speech in Washington from Israel's Prime Minister is creating tension on Capital Hill. More>>

Texas Nurse Who Survived Ebola Expected To File Lawsuit

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The nurse who contracted Ebola at a Dallas hospital last year is expected to file a lawsuit today. More>>

NASA Completes Another Space Walk

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Two astronauts successfully completed another space walk.The walk wrapped up a three day job to prepare the International Space Station for new flight plans. More>>

Charity Disc Golf Tournament Draws Nearly 100 Players

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Dozens ventured out into the Kalkaska cold this afternoon to show-off their disc golf skills and battle hunger. And here you can see it--it's K-Town Ice Bowl 2015. The event aims to raise food and money for charity. More>>

Ice Fishing School Draws Anglers to Lake Cadillac

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School was in session today -- for ice fishermen in Cadillac. Today's session focused on the basics of ice fishing. The Department of Natural Resources in Cadillac helped people of all skill levels. More>>

10-Year-Old With Cancer Shaves Head to Help Others

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A 10-year-old had to shave his head, but he didn't want to do it alone. Aiden Darrow was diagnosed with a rare cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy which is causing hair loss.  More>>

Antique Cars, Garage Destroyed in Large Manistee Fire

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910 News is currently gathering more details on a commercial building fire in Manistee.Central dispatch says several fire departments are battling the fire located on Taylor Street near Washington Street. More>>

Scores 'Walk for Warmth'

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Community members in Big Rapids walked in the cold to help keep others warm today. Mid-Michigan Community Action held its twenty-fourth annual Walk for Warmth at Ferris State University. More>>

Warmer Weather Brings More Skiers to Resort

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"It's just really nice to get a little more reasonable winter temperatures," Caberfae Peaks Manager Pete Meyer said.  More>>

Family Caught in House Fire Awoken by 11-year-old

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Smoke and flames served as a wake-up call for one Clare County family. More>>

FF: 'Canstruction' Teams Rewarded, Needy Families Served

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Father Fred's 'Canstruction' event wrapped-up in Traverse City tonight with a ceremony honoring those who gave their time to the cause.For the fourth year -- 13 teams built sculptures made entirely out of canned food -- and tonight those sculptures were judged. More>>

Education Dollars Used to Bridge MI Budget Gaps, Could Hurt Area Schools

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After this year's state revenue predictions fell short, a new proposal could hurt local schools. That's because the state will take more than 150 million dollars from the school aid fund and move it into the general fund.Some say it's surplus money. Others say it's dollars Michigan's schools desperately need.  More>>

Lake Michigan Ice Formations Attract Tourists Once Again

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Ice caves are back on Lake Michigan. They are smaller this year, but people are still making the trek to see them. More>>

FCC Votes to Enforce Net Neutrality

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The Federal Communications Commission voted to enforce net neutrality on internet service providers. More>>

Consumers Energy Gives Grants to Kids Programs

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A program helping kids across Northern Michigan received several grants from Consumers Energy Friday. More>>

Mt. Pleasant Robbery Suspect Arrested after Early Morning Robbery

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Mt. Pleasant Police are investigating an early morning robbery on S. Mission Street. Police say the suspect entered a business around 3:40 a.m. Friday and demanded money.  More>>

Frozen Pipes at Hayes Township Community Center

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Pipes burst inside a Clare County community center, resulting in thousands of dollars in damage.  More>>

TC City Manager Formally Charged in Court, Submits Letter of Resignation

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Traverse City manager Jered Ottenwess appeared in front of a judge at the Grand Traverse District Court for the first time Friday morning.  More>>

U-M Will Not Recognize Sigma Alpha Mu on Campus, Sanctions Placed on Chapter

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The University of Michigan will no longer recognize the fraternity involved in vandalism at Treetops Resort in January. U-M says Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, which took responsibility for the damage, will not be recognized as an organization on campus for four years.  More>>

Hometown Tourist: Fat Tire Biking in Traverse City

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Hop on a fat bike and explore the snowy Vasa Singletrack Trail in Traverse City! 9&10's Jenny Buechel hits the trail in this week's edition of Hometown Tourist. 

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Man Cleared of Charges in TC Stabbing

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The man accused of slashing someone with a knife behind a Traverse City bar has been found not guilty.  More>>

Seventeen Accused of Multi-State Smash-and-Grab Jewelry Store Thefts

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U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade announced the indictment of 17 people in the Detroit area Friday. It's all in connection with smash-and-grab robberies at jewelry stores in multiple states. More>>

Leonard Nimoy, Known for Role as Mr. Spock, Dies at Age 83

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Leonard Nimoy, known for his role as Mr. Spock, on Star Trek died Friday. Nimoy worked as both an actor and director, but will always be known for his role as the half-Vulcan, half-human character on cult series Star Trek 1966-69. More>>

Free Tax Preparation Available For Senior Citizens

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An offer senior citizens can't refuse. They can get their taxes done for free. More>>

Grand Rapids Area Day Care Shut Down During Baby Death Investigation

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The state shut down a Grand Rapids area day care during a child death investigation. Police were called to a home in Kentwood on February 19 for a medical emergency.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Childhood Obesity

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Parents in Puerto Rico could face fines if the health department finds they have an obese child. That's if a new bill passes. More>>

Michigan DNR Appealing December 2014 Wolf Decision

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources filed an appeal Friday on a ruling that put Michigan wolves back on the endangered species list.  More>>

Jury Finds Soo Man Guilty of Several Drug Crimes

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A Chippewa County jury found a parolee guilty of several drug crimes. The investigation surrounding Mark Nolan II started in February 2014 in Sault Ste. Marie.  More>>

Kent County Woman Charged with Identity Theft in Wexford County Court

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A downstate woman could be facing life behind bars after using someone else's identification to get utility services.  More>>

MTM On The Road at TC West: The Addams Family Musical

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Students at Traverse City West Senior High School will perform their spring musical over the next two weekends. The Addams Family Musical opens Friday night for a two weekend run at West.  More>>

Two Arrested For 50 Attempted Vehicle Break-Ins in Mount Pleasant

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Mount Pleasant police arrested two people for breaking into cars. Officers tracked their footprints in the snow. More>>

Truck Catches Fire After Montcalm County Driver Crashes into Trees

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A Montcalm County man was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after crashing into trees in Winfield Township Thursday night. More>>

Michigan Man Sentenced For Selling Fake Car Insurance Certificates

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A Michigan man has been sentenced to one year in jail, for selling fake car insurance certificates.  More>>

NBA's First Black Player, Earl Lloyd Dies at 86

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Earl Lloyd, the first black player in NBA history has died. Lloyd's alma mater, West Virginia State confirmed his passing.  More>>

Cadillac YMCA Offers Free Showers For People With Frozen Pipes

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The YMCA in Cadillac is offering area residents to use their showers for free, while people deal with frozen or burst pipes, in their homes.  More>>

SSCENT Drug Team Finds Meth-Making Materials at Residences in Two Counties

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Drug team SSCENT has had a busy few days. They discovered two suspected meth labs in two counties.  More>>

Community Member, Medical Experts to Events Surrounding TC Manager Ottenwess' Arrest

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New details tonight about the case of Traverse City Manager Jered Ottenwess... Charged with domestic violence today. The Grand Traverse County prosecutor announced criminal charges today. More>>

Reed City School Holds Annual Fundraising Auction

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A Northern Michigan school raising money to ease the financial burden on their students.  More>>

Wexford-Missaukee CTC Students Win Big at HOSA Regional Competition

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A group of students form the Wexford-Missaukee Career and Technical Center brought home major victories from a regional health care competition. More>>

Cold Weather Impacts Business In Downtown Traverse City

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Cold weather keeps many people indoors. And that means for businesses in downtown Traverse City, the cold months can be the slowest time of year. More>>

Man Arrested After Police Chase in Oscoda County

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State police arrested a man at the center of a lengthy drug investigation. But not before a short police chase in Oscoda County. More>>

Hook and Hunting: Wildlife Winter Survival

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The winter season can be rough for a lot of people, but when it comes to wildlife their survival depends on how well they adapt. More>>

Cherryland Electric Accepting Youth Leadership Summit Applications

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Members of the Cherryland Electric Co-op can enter their high school sophomore or junior to win a free trip to Washington D.C. More>>

UPDATED: Clare County Farm House Lost in Wednesday Night Fire

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An old Clare County farm house was destroyed in an evening fire. The fire started around 7:00 p.m. Wednesday at a home on Brand Road in Clare.  More>>

Mason County Police Arrest Three for Break-Ins, Thefts Dating Back to 2013

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Three people have been arrested in connection to Mason County home invasions dating back to 2013. More>>

Charlevoix County Secures Funds for A Domestic Violence Prosecutor

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Charlevoix County will hire a part-time prosecutor to handle only domestic violence cases.  More>>

TC City Manager Accused of Domestic Violence, Attempted Assault

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The Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Office has filed criminal charges against the Traverse City manager. The charges are linked to an incident that happened at his home on President's Day.  More>>

Bill in Congress Aims to Stop Asian Carp from Getting into Great Lakes

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Legislation introduced in Congress Thursday aims to stop Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes. Two Michigan congresswomen, Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow and Republican Representative Candice Miller are the sponsors of the bill.  More>>

What's Going on in West Michigan: Double JJ Winterfest, Wine Pairing, Laughfest

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March is nearly here -- which means spring is right around the corner. But that doesn't mean winter-related fun is over yet. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Harbor Springs Horse Farm

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This one of a kind estate in Harbor Springs is perfect for any animal loving family. More>>

Michigan DNR Announces 2014 Master Angler Program Results

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced the results of the 2014 Master Angler program. In 2014, 987 anglers from 19 states and Canada entered their catches that were recognized as Master Angler fish.  More>>

Delivery Truck Driver Causes Cadillac Accident

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A Salvation Army delivery truck pulled out in front of a pickup truck causing an accident in Cadillac Thursday. It happened around 10:30 a.m. on South Mitchell Street near South Street.  More>>

Rothbury Man Found Dead Inside Burned Oceana County Garage

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The body of an Oceana County man was found badly burned when deputies were asked to perform a well-being check. More>>

Enbridge Intervenes in Federal Dispute Over Pipeline Permit in Oscoda County

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Oil company Enbridge Energy is able to intervene in a legal dispute over a federal permit in the Huron-Manistee National Forest.  More>>

Investigators Identify Masked ISIS Militant Jihadi John

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A major step Thursday in the fight against ISIS. Investigators now know the identity of the man behind the mask, only known until now as Jihadi John.  More>>

Michigan House Delays Vote on Cell Phone Location Bill

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The vote in the state House on a bill that would require wireless carriers to share location information during emergencies has been delayed. More>>

Sugar Island Ferry Running After Mechanical Issues Thursday Morning

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The Sugar Island Ferry was having mechanical issues Thursday morning. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Cell Phone Location

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State law may soon require cell phone carriers share cell phone locations with law enforcement during emergencies.  More>>

MTM On The Road at EmpireBlu Vintage Furnishings

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Winter is the perfect time to add a pop of color to a room or freshen up a piece of furniture. More>>

Congressional Leaders Disagree on DHS Funding, Deadline Friday

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"How can you fund something that you know is unconstitutional?" The impasse in Congress continues as Democrats and Republicans fail to make headway on a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security. More>>

Washington D.C. Legalizes Marijuana

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Recreational marijuana use is now legal in the nation's capital. The ballot measure passed easily last November. More>>

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