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Protests Over Indiana Religious Freedom Law Continue

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Protests are growing over the controversial new Religious Freedom law in Indiana. More>>

Update: Ludington Man Dies in Skiing Accident

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Northern Michigan's News Leader can now tell you the name of the skier who died in an accident at Crystal Mountain. More>>

New Volvo Plant Coming To The U.S.

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Volvo just announced plans to build its first assembly plant in North America.  More>>

Detroit City Commission Requests Pay Raises For City Council Members

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A city commission in Detroit -- making another vote.  More>>

Bird Flue Detected Across Arkansas, Missouri, Minnesota

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Bird owners need to take more measures to protect their birds from the bird flu, this season. More>>

Michigan State Police Try to Increase Motorcycle Safety

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State police are working on a new project to increase motorcycle safety.  More>>

Adopt A Pet: Kellie, Calypso, Skyler

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It's Adopt A Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning and we've got some adorable animals from all over Northern Michigan that you can adopt. More>>

Many Northern Michigan Consumers Energy Customers Lose Power

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The power is back on for some -- but others are waking up in the dark.Consumers Energy says an animal came in contact with some electrical equipment at a sub-station, last night around 10:50 in Manistee. More>>

National Cherry Festival Launches New Website

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A catchy new look to get people more familiar with the ever popular National Cherry Festival.After 15 years of using the same website, the National Cherry Festival decided to change things up and launch a new one.With the festival kicking off in 95 days, they thought what better time to create a fresh look that's more organized and user friendly.The executive director walked us through their new design and even pointed out some of the added features.They hope the site showcases their rich his... More>>

Many Northern Michigan Natural Gas Customers Will Pay Less This Year

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Many in Northern Michigan will soon be paying less for natural gas.Consumers Energy was the first to officially announce their price drop. They say this will be the lowest natural gas price in Michigan since 2001."At Consumers Energy we're happy to say that our prices for our natural gas service will be dropping by $1.28 as of April 1st," says Dennis Mckee, spokesman for Consumers Energy.This will be the lowest price for natural gas in more than a decade. Customers will pay $3.37 per thousand... More>>

Northern Michigan Llama Ranch Receives Big Donation To Open This Season

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A woman who always tries to pay it forward finally had the favor returned. The gesture will keep her llama ranch open this season. Tonya Wilson owns the Pajama Llama Ranch in Free Soil. More>>

Many Heartbroken After Deadly Skiing Accident Claims Life of Northern Michigan Man

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A 40-year-old Northern Michigan man is dead after a Sunday skiing accident at Crystal Mountain. More>>

Harrison Celebrates Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran's Day

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It was standing room only at a celebration for Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day. More>>

Tree Topples Onto a Grand Traverse County Business

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Strong winds caused a tree to fall right on top of a Grand Traverse County business.  More>>

A Car Crashes into a Mecosta County Business

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A car crashed into a Mecosta County business extensively damaging the building.  More>>

New Show Discusses 401k Plan Fees and Retirement

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If you're saving for retirement, a show on 910 News can help you figure out if you are getting the most out of your investment. More>>

Fishing License Will Expire After Tomorrow

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The Department of Natural Resources wants to remind people who plan to fish, that they need a new license this Spring.  More>>

Spring Break Boosts Business in GT County

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Businesses and hotels in Traverse City are getting a boost this week, thanks to spring break. More>>

UPDATE: Dangerous Driver Caught on Camera in Oceana County

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Sunday evening an Oceana County woman merely missed a head on collision and caught the dangerous driver on camera. A woman just had picked up her daughter when they came across this driver on east jefferson in crystal valley.  More>>

Former High School Teacher Sentenced for Attempting to Kiss Student

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This former high school teacher sentenced on Monday for kissing a former student. More>>

Michigan Fugitive Captured After Nearly 16 Years On The Run

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A Michigan man has been captured after being on the run for nearly 16 years.Michigan State Police confirmed that Cheboygan native, Roderick Tallman was arrested this week in Florida on several outstanding warrants. More>>

Update: Mason County Pallet Business Destroyed by Fire

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An update on a Mason County fire that took more than 100 firefighters to put out. The fire sparked around 10 Friday night at Pallet Recycle near Ludington. More>>

Ferris State University Optometry Students Provide Vision Care at Workshop

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It was a unique day of learning for optometry students at Ferris State University. Monday afternoon, students worked with people who are visually impaired or legally blind. More>>

Jack's Journal: The Hum

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It was built in the late 1800's and once carried Ulysses S. Grant. It sailed under the name Truant and Pilgrim before being brought to East Jordan in 1900 and renamed the Hum.  More>>

GM Adds to List of People Killed in Crashed Caused By Faulty Ignition Switches

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Families of 77 people killed in crashes caused by faulty ignition switches will get compensation.  More>>

Shooting at NSA Gate in Fort Meade

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A shooting at the gates of the National Security Agency campus in Maryland left one man dead and another injured Monday.  More>>

New Legislation Looks to Create Human Milk Banks in Michigan

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You could soon see human milk banks in the state of Michigan. That's if one bill proposed by a state lawmaker is passed. More>>

Update: Two Arrested During Attempted Murder Investigation, Names Released

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We can now tell you the names of the two people arrested during the investigation into an attempted murder case at Munson Medical Center. More>>

Pickup Truck Crashes into Leelanau County House

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A truck crashed into a Leelanau County home Monday morning. More>>

MTM On The Road at Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans

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A special day in Harrison at the American Legion is designed to give a thank you and welcome to those who served in the Vietnam War. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Screening Program for Pilots

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The investigation into Andreas Lubitz continues this week. He is the pilot accused of intentionally crashing the Germanwings plane last week.  More>>

Ford Brings Back Lincoln Continental

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Ford Motor Co. is bringing the Lincoln Continental back. More>>

Indiana Lawmakers Add Language to New Religious Freedom Bill

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Republican lawmakers in Indiana are adding language to a new controversial religious freedom bill. More>>

Work Begins to Help Restore Michigan Capitol Grounds

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A tree trimming project is taking place to restore the Michigan Capitol grounds. More>>

Body Found, Mason County Deputies Investigating Cause of Death

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A Mason County man was found dead Sunday morning, deputies are investigating the death. More>>

Easter Egg Hunt Draws Thousands

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High winds and cold temperatures didn't keep more than 1,000 kids away from taking part in massive Easter egg hunt in Gaylord earlier today. More>>

Snyder Orders Flags Be Lowered to Honor Michigan Marines Killed in Crash

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Flags are flying at half-staff Monday at the state Capitol and all state buildings. More>>

Manhattan Missing Men Found After Building Explosion

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Everyone is now accounted for after three Manhattan buildings collapsed following a gas explosion.The bodies of two missing men were found Sunday after Thursday's explosion.Both men worked in the buildings.Mayor Bill De Blasio said someone might have hit a gas line before the explosion.In all, 22 people were injured and four were critically hurt. More>>

Air Canada Plane Skids Off runway in Nova Scotia

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Passengers from an Air Canada plane were released from the hospital after the jet skidded off a runway. An airbus -- carrying 133 passengers -- made a hard landing in bad weather. The region was under a snowfall warning at the time of the crash. Passengers say the aircraft may have hit a power line as it started to land. Air Canada is working to figure out exactly what went wrong. "Obviously this has been very unsettling for our customers and their families, and we've been working very hard w... More>>

French Alps Plane Crash Investigation Continues

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A pastor in Montabaur says the community is standing by Andreas Lubitz and his family.Prosecutors think the 27-year-old co-pilot intentionally caused the plane crash that killed 150 people.They say Lubitz's family hasn't been questioned yet out of respect.Investigators are trying to figure out what made Lubitz lock his fellow pilot out of the cockpit before slamming the plane into a mountainside.Prosecutors say none of the bodies recovered have been identified. More>>

Airstrikes Continue in Yemen

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An announcement from an Arab summit says Yemen airstrikes will continue until Iranian backed rebels surrender.It also called for cooperation between Arab countries and international efforts to combat ISIS.Saudi Arabia reports success with the air campaign so far.Egypt's President says leaders have agreed to create a joint military force.A high level panel will work under Chief of Staff to work out logistics of the force. More>>

Iran Nuclear Deal Agreement Deadline Approaches

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The deadline for an agreement surrounding a nuclear deal with Iran is just one day away.Leaders from the U.S. and five other world powers remain locked in tense negotiations.They want Iran to agree to provisions preventing the country from getting a nuclear weapon for at least a decade.Another unresolved issue on the table is whether or not Iran will agree with demands to ship all enriched uranium to Russia.In Washington, a debate is taking place over what to do if a deal with Iran isn't reac... More>>

Three No. 1 seeds in the Final Four

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 Seventh-seeded Michigan State will face Duke, a four-time national champion led by coach Mike Krzyzewski, who is in his 12th Final Four, tying the legendary John Wooden. More>>

Update: Widespread Power Outages Throughout Northern Michigan

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We're receiving reports of widespread outages throughout Northern Michigan from viewers and several major service providers.Consumers Energy and Cherryland Electric both report outages on the grid. More>>

Woman Crashes into Highway Sign, Building in Mecosta County

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A woman suffered serious injuries this morning after crashing into a highway sign. The accident happened around 7:30 in Mecosta County on Northland Drive in Green Township.  More>>

Albert Township Contest Aims to Beautify Area

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What's usually a messy transition into spring has sparked some friendly competition in Montmorency County. More>>

Golf Courses Prep to Open Their Seasons

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As the ski season wraps up, another sports season is getting ready to start up.Golf courses are busy prepping for the upcoming season.Katke is an 18-hole golf course in Mecosta County in Big Rapids. More>>

Local Ski Lodge Skiing Season Closes Today

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Skiers got to hit Caberfae Peaks slopes one last time today. It's officially the end of the resort's ski season. The resort took the time to reflect on a season that's been up-and-down with constantly changing weather. More>>

Spartans Final Four-bound after 76-70 OT win over Louisville

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) -- Coach Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans capped an improbable run to the Final Four with an overtime win.  More>>

Hartwick Pines Celebrates Maple Syrup Day

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Maple Syrup Day celebrates the rich history of the sweet stuff here in Michigan, dating all the way back to Native Americans.  More>>

Alpine Chocolate Haus Staying Busy With Easter Business

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With Easter only a week away, area sweet shops are seeing an uptick in business. Alpine Chocolate Haus in Gaylord says Easter is one of their busiest times of the year. More>>

Thousands Gather for Schuss Mountain Snow Challenge

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Thousands ascended on Schuss Mountain in Mancelona today for the Schuss Mountain Snow Challenge. The day featured monster trucks and jeeps as they raced up a ski hill.  More>>

MI Police Departments Could Suffer Under Possible MCOLES Cuts

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Police departments across the state, already facing tight budgets, may soon face a new financial problem. That's because the state agency that provides grants to police to help with training costs may pull its funding and that has local departments asking questions about how and where they'll find the money. More>>

Kalkaska County Sheriff's Deputies Step-Up DUI Enforcement

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Local law enforcement--getting a leg up tonight in looking for drunk drivers. The Kalkaska County Sheriff's Department--teaming-up with Michigan's Office of Highway Safety to crack-down on under-the-influence drivers. More>>

Large Business Fire Takes All Night and Eight Crews to Put Out

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“I guess you could say it was unreal. And then seeing it was it was all just couldn't believe it,” Pallet Recycle Employee Matt Alghren said. He's also the owner's son. More>>

Mock Disaster Training for Manistee County First Responders

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Manistee County first responders learned how to deal with a mass disaster situation -- training to face the unthinkable. It happened at Blacker Airport in Mansitee this morning. More>>

UPDATE: Amber Alert Cancelled After Bancroft, MI Girl Found Safe

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Michigan State Police have issued an Amber Alert for for a girl last seen in Bancroft, MI. More>>

Police Standoff at Manistee Apartment Building Ends Peacefully

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A police standoff at a Manistee apartment ended when deputies broke down the door and tased the armed man inside.

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Police Arrest Man On The Run In Osceola County

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After hours of searching on foot and with k-9 units today, Michigan State Police and Osceola County deputies finally found a wanted man.

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Evart Schools Awarded Grant To Improve Security

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Security is a top priority for many Northern Michigan schools. Now one district has received more than $28,000 to improve their systems. More>>

Wexford County Man Pleaded Guilty of Controlled Substance

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Freddie Lee Watkins, a Wexford County man, has entered a felony guilty plea of a controlled substance; delivery and/or manufacture of cocaine less than 50 grams. More>>

Northwest Michigan Camper and RV Show Opens In TC

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If you're looking to buy an RV show this weekend in Traverse City can help you with that purchase.  More>>

TNT, Antrim Co. Deputies Investigate Drug Overdose Death

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Police arrested two people in an Antrim County neighborhood. Investigators say they could be connected to a drug overdose death. More>>

Drying Conditions Raise Concern for Northern Michigan Farmers

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These conditions are raising concerns not only for those looking to burn brush this weekend but also for farmers out in their fields. More>>

Grass Fire Danger Rises as Seasons Transition

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“I have seen them at a point where you could hardly outrun them,” Pere Marquette Township Fire Chief Larry Gaylord said. “They're going that fast on a breezy day.” More>>

Horse Barn Fire Leaves Structure a Loss

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This farm owner was disturbed when he heard his barn was on fire. And after fighting the flames for two hours -- the barn was destroyed. More>>

Mecosta County Knights of Columbus Sell Tootsie Rolls for Donations

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For the past 25 years, the Knights of Columbus put on their bright yellow jackets to sell Tootsie Rolls and raise money for local charities. More>>

Buckley Food Pantry is Branching out

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A new food pantry in Wexford County is branching out to get more food to those who need it most.  More>>

Ferry Services Hopeful to Run on Schedule

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Cutters spent the day clearing the passage from Mackinac Island to Saint Ignace today.  More>>

Businesses Looking For Late Spring And Summer Workers Now

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While it may seem far away, businesses in Northern Michigan are already preparing for Summer.  More>>

Hometown Tourist: Leelanau Cheese Company in Suttons Bay

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Like all good loves stories, the Hoyts' is one that starts with cheese. From the Swiss Alps to Suttons Bay, check out their cheese-making facilities with your Hometown Tourist Jenny Buechel.  More>>

Senate Approves Plan to Balance Budget

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It took almost one full day, but after 16 hours, the Republican-led Senate passed a budget plan around 3:30 Friday morning.  More>>

Gov. Snyder Uses Pardon Power for Detroit Lawyer

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Governor Rick Snyder used his pardon power to clear drunk driving convictions of a Detroit-area lawyer on the state economic board. More>>

Dow Chemical Announces Billion Dollar Deal

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A Northern Michigan company announced a billion dollar deal Friday. Dow Chemical in Midland will break off a major portion of it's chlorine operations.  More>>

A Local American Legion Prepares for Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran's Day

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This weekend the men and women of the American Legion in Harrison are busy getting ready for Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran's Day. More>>

Coast Guard Aircrews Practice Ice Rescue Techniques On Lake Michigan

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Since 1946, aircrews from the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station in Traverse City have provided search and rescue operations to the Great Lakes. More>>

GTCo Deputies Arrest Pregnant Woman for Drinking and Driving

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Deputies in Grand Traverse County arrested a pregnant woman for driving under the influence of alcohol. More>>

Federal Investigation Finds Big Problems for Car Dealers

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If you're in the market for a new car, you may want to be careful.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Easy Easter Entertaining

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As the Easter holiday draws near families will gather to celebrate. Entertaining doesn't have to be a headache or stress, it can stay easy with some simple basics to hosting a crowd. More>>

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid Will Not Seek Re-Election

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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced he will not seek re-election to another term. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Still Feel Safe Flying?

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Spring break is right around the corner for many. And the quickest way to get to those sunny destinations is usually by airplane. More>>

TNT Arrest Two in Antrim County For Delivering Heroin

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Two people were taken into custody Friday after detectives found items used for narcotics trafficking at a residence in Antrim County. More>>

Traverse City Police Discover Graffiti on More Businesses Downtown

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Traverse City police have found graffiti on more businesses downtown. More>>

Colorado Woman Accused of Cutting Baby From Mothers Womb Will Not Face Murder Charges

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A Colorado woman accused of luring an expectant mother and cutting the baby from her womb will not be charged with murder. A Boulder County District Attorney's office spokeswoman declined to say what charges 34-year old Dynel Lane will face. 26-year old Michielle Wilkins was attacked when she responded to a Craigslist ad for baby clothes on March 18. Wilkins did survive the attack -- but her baby did not.. Colorado lawmakers rejected proposals -- two times -- to make violent deaths of fetuses... More>>

Evidence of Mental Illness in German Wings Co-Pilot Found

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German prosecutors say they have found evidence that the co-pilot of the German-wings plane hid evidence of an illness from his employers. Investigators got medical documents from the home of the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, that show "an existing illness and appropriate medical treatment."Investigators did not find a suicide note or evidence of any political or religious motivations while searching Lubitz' home. More>>

Investigators Think Faulty Utility Work Lead to Manhattan Building Gas Explosion

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Investigators think faulty utility work could have led to a gas explosion and a fire in Manhattan's East Village. Two buildings collapsed -- and another was seriously damaged. The buildings had stores on the ground level -- with apartments above. In all -- 19 people were hurt -- including five fire fighters. Four are still in critical condition this morning and one may be missing. It took about 250 firefighters to get the flames under control. More>>

Detroit Mother of Children Found in Freezer Placed on $1 Million Bond

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The Detroit woman charged with child abuse after her two children were found in her home freezer has a $1 million bond. Mitchelle Blair went before a judge Thursday after court officers serving an eviction notice found the bodies. Prosecutors think her children were 13 and 9 years old when they died. Blair's two other children were placed in protective custody. More>>

Newaygo County Teen Pleaded Guilty to Fourth Degree Child Abuse

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The teenager that abandoned her baby last July in Newaygo County pleaded no contest to fourth degree child abuse.Initially, two charges were filed against the 15-year-old girl after she told police she left her baby on Marion Road.On July 28th of last year, a man walking his dog found the newborn lying on the side of the road and quickly called for help.The baby, who was just hours old, was taken to the hospital in good health while police questioned the teenage girl who lived nearby.The baby... More>>

Grayling Fundraiser Gathers International Donations

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A fundraising effort started in Crawford County is gaining international support. More>>

UPDATED: Closed Northern Michigan Prison Could Reopen This Summer

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A Northern Michigan prison closed for years may now have another shot at reopening. It is a new development in an up-and-down process that started ten years ago.  More>>

Local Business Owners React to Prison Reopening

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Baldwin business owners were surprised to hear GEO North Lake Correctional Facility is expected to reopen. More>>

Woman Charged With Prostitution At TC Hotel

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The Traverse Narcotics Team arrested a woman from Kalamazoo who's now charged with advertising prostitution online.

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Hook and Hunting: Bird Feeders

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The start of spring means wildlife in northern michigan is becoming more active -- especially birds. More>>

Reed City Public Library Book Sale Fundraiser

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A library in Osceola County is raising money through a book sale.The Reed City Public Library is having its quarterly book sale this week. The book sale puts hardcover books at 50 cents, and paperback at a quarter. More>>

Census Estimates Show GTC Population Growth, Decreases Across Other Counties

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The State of Michigan again, seeing some solid growth in the latest census estimates. More>>

Lake City Fire Fighter's Home Burns In Fire, Community Gives Big Support

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As a firefighter - this man never imagined members of his crew would be putting out flames at his home. More>>

Watershed Center Awarded Grant for Kids Creek Restoration

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A big chunk of money is going to improve water quality in Kids Creek, an impaired stream that runs into Grand Traverse Bay. More>>

Investigation of Popular Isabella County Veterinarian Ends in Probation

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The investigation behind a popular television veterinarian from Northern Michigan ended Thursday in favor of one year's probation. More>>

TNT, Traverse City Police Continue Attempted Murder Investigation

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The Traverse Narcotics Team and Traverse City Police Department are continuing their investigation into a recent attempted murder. More>>

GTCo Man Arrested for Child Pornography

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A Grand Traverse County man charged with having and distributing child pornography has turned himself in. More>>

The Soo Locks Say Ice Is Causing Complications For Shipping Season

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The Soo Locks opened up for shipping traffic Wednesday, but ice continues to cause some problems.  More>>

Ice Causes Delays For Sugar Island Ferry

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The ice issues aren't only affecting the Soo Locks, but also the Sugar Island Ferry.   More>>

East Jordan Family Raises Enough Money to Bring Son Body Home

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We have an update on an East Jordan family trying to bring their son's remains home. More>>

What's Going on In West Michigan: Snow Challenge, Paint and Sip, Easter on the Green

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There are few segments here on 910 News where paint, trucks and Easter egg hunts go together. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Home: Williamsburg Bed and Breakfast

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A historic home was picked up, moved and renovated top to bottom to create this week's Amazing Northern Michigan Home. More>>

Detroit School System Millions Behind on Pension Payments

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State records show the Detroit public school system is behind on pension payments. More>>

Troopers Investigating Death of Downstate Toddler

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Troopers downstate are investigating the death of an 18-month old boy.  More>>

Funeral Services Planned for Two Michigan Marines Killed in Helicopter Crash

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Funeral services for two of three Michigan Marines killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash off the coast of Florida will take place this week. More>>

GTCo Deputies Find More Victims in Maleski Sexual Abuse Case

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Grand Traverse County Deputies say they have found another victim in a sexual abuse case. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Requiring Woman Hold Boardroom Seats

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Women hold only 15.5 percent of boardroom seats in U.S. companies in the SP 1500. The numbers are a little higher in Germany, where 22 percent of women hold board seats. More>>

Driver of Buggy Hit By Pickup Truck Dies

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The driver of a buggy hit by a pickup truck last week in Montcalm County has died. More>>

Soo Locks Open, Shipping Season Officially Starts

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After a small delay due to ice in the St. Mary's River, the shipping season officially started at the Soo Locks. More>>

MTM On The Road at McLean and Eakin Booksellers

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For more than two decades McLean and Eakin in Petoskey has been one of the top bookstores in the country. More>>

French Prosecutors Believe German-Wings Co-Pilot Wanted to Destroy The Plane

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New information on the German-Wings aircraft that crashed in the French Alps. More>>

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of EPA

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An appeals court won't overturn a decision calling for stricter pollution controls at a cement plant in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Wild Mushroom Safety Workshops Held in Traverse City

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A new workshop in Northern Michigan will show people in the community how to search for wild mushrooms that are safe. More>>

Pell Family Endowment To Be Kept by Trinity

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Many among the Pell have mixed feelings when it comes to who will control a multi-million dollar endowment for the hospital in Cadillac. More>>

Traverse City Police Search for Graffiti Vandal

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Police in Traverse City are on the lookout tonight for a graffiti vandal. More>>

Community Support Helps Bring East Jordan Man's Remains Home

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A young man taken too soon. Now one Northern Michigan family is feeling a lot of love and support, helping him come home. More>>

TC Chamber Recognizes Small Business Achievements

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Tonight, a nod to small businesses achieving big things in Traverse City. The Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its ninth annual Small Business Celebration. The event showcased the 16 community-nominated businesses that will compete for the chamber's Small Business of the Year Award. More>>

TC Scheduled To Restripe 8th Street

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A well-traveled Traverse City street is getting another paint job. More>>

Power Outage Impacts Thousands Across Three Counties

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The burst of freezing rain downed power lines. Thousands of people lost power in several counties today. More>>

Freezing Rain Causes Several Rollover Accidents

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“We had a few accidents here in Osceola County. One on 115. We had a rollover, which caused some minor injuries and there was a couple on U.S.-131, which caused some injuries,” Osceola County Undersheriff Justin Halladay said. More>>

Mackinac Bridge Reopens, After Weather Concerns

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The Mackinac Bridge shut down for a short time today. Ice on the cables made it dangerous for drivers.   More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Big Renovations at Grand Traverse Resort

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The Grand Traverse Resort started as a six-story Hilton Hotel in 1980. It became the resort six years later.  More>>

Charlevoix Chosen As A Main Street Town

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Charlevoix to become a main street town following an announcement from Governor Snyder last week. More>>

New Program Works Towards a Greener Michigan

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There's a new effort to help revitalize Michigan's forests. More>>

Autopsies Scheduled for Downstate Children Found Dead in Deep Freezer

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The autopsies for two downstate children found dead in a deep freezer are scheduled for Thursday. More>>

Updated: Emmet County Teen Moved to Downstate Hospital

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?An update on Skylar Smith, the Petoskey teen who was missing and found Tuesday.  More>>

U.S. Department of Agriculture Declares Crop Disaster for Michigan Counties

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture is declaring a crop disaster for a number of Michigan counties, including nine in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Names Released of Two U-M Students Charged in Ski Resort Destruction

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In this update - we can tell you the names of two of the three University of Michigan students facing charges for destruction at a Northern Michigan resort. More>>

Congressman Dan Benishek Leads Effort to Release Soo Locks Study

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Congressman Dan Benishek is leading an effort to get the Army Corps of Engineers to release an important study affecting the Soo Locks.  More>>

Michigan House Approves Bills Prohibiting Drone Use By Hunters

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Members of the Michigan House approved two bills prohibiting hunters from using drones. More>>

New Ford Technology Could Help You Avoid Another Speeding Ticket

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New technology from Ford could keep you from getting another speeding ticket. More>>

Updated: Mackinac Bridge Now Open

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The Mackinac Bridge is now open. More>>

UAW Leader Rejects Third Tier of Lower Wages

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The leader of the United Auto Workers rejected a third tier of lower wages for its members.  More>>

Two Arrested For Attempting to Break-In to A Wexford County Home

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Deputies arrested two people after they tried to break-in to a home. More>>

Power Outage Leaves Thousands Without Electricity

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The ice and rain is a big problem for trees -- it weighs them down and they break -- taking power lines with them. Right now, at least 7,000 people don't have electricity in Wexford, Missaukee and Osceola counties.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Monitoring Students Twitter Activity For Cheating

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Ever since standardize testing has been used in schools, the issue of cheating has been a concern.  More>>

MTM On The Road at ARC of Mecosta County

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Animals looking for permanent homes are loved unconditional at ARC.The Animal Rescue Coalition in Big Rapids works tirelessly to pair animals with families that are the perfect fit. More>>

Blue Bell Recalls Ice Cream Cups For Possible Listeria Contamination

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Blue Bell Ice Cream is recalling 3 oz. chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream cups with the tab lids. More>>

Updated: Isabella County Man Arrested for Mobile Domestic Assault

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A Rosebush man is in jail after Michigan State Police Troopers and Isabella County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a 911 call of a mobile domestic assault. More>>

CAPS Closing Early Due to Multiple Building Power Outage

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Cadillac Area Public Schools will dismiss students early Wednesday due to a power outage at multiple buildings.  More>>

Cadillac Area YMCA Opens Facilities to Anyone Without Power

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Areas across Northern Michigan are experiencing power outages as a result of the winter weather. More>>

Two U-M Students Involved in Ski Resort Vandalism Waive Arraignment

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An update on three University of Michigan students arrested for seriously damaging a Northern Michigan ski resort. 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>>

What's Trending: Twitter Reunites Family, Little Girl Gets Excited For Train Ride

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

Kalamazoo Audubon Society Sets Up Live Falcon Web Cam

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An endangered animal, native to Michigan now has a special place to call home in a not so ordinary place. More>>

Munson Healthcare Cadillac Hospital Makes Endowment Decision

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The multi-million dollar gift from the Pell family in Cadillac will be used at the hospital. More>>

Opening Of Soo Locks Delayed Due to Ice

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The shipping season in the Great Lakes won't start as soon as expected.  More>>

The Soo Tops List of Snowiest U.S. Cities

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We've heard so much about Boston and record snowfall this year, but the snowiest place in the country is in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Former Sault Ste. Marie City Commissioner Accused of Sex Crimes

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A former city commissioner is in jail, now accused of several sex crimes. More>>

Changing Weather Could Make Roads Slippery

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The changing weather could make roads pretty slick on Wednesday morning.  More>>

New Hickory Hill Plans Moving Forward

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Plans are moving forward for a Northern Michigan ski and recreation area looking to make some big improvements. Many in the traverse city area have been voicing their opinions about changes at hickory hills ski area that would better accommodate the community.  More>>

Shipwreck Sighting along Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

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A hiker stumbled across a rare sighting along the Lake Michigan shoreline. A piece of history revealed itself again after being covered for several years.  More>>

Well-Known TV Veterinarian Faces Pending Disciplinary Action

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A well-known television veterinarian, under fire. Another vet is accusing him of not following regulations while treating a dog. More>>

UPDATE: Missing Petoskey Teen Found

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Skylar Smith, the 15 year-old Petoskey girl reported missing has been found alive.  More>>

Televised Veterinarian Dr. Pol Issues Statement on Animal Neglect Accusations

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My philosophy on veterinary ethics is simple:  “First Do No Harm!” More>>

TC Experiences Two Water Main Breaks

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Traverse City is dealing with two more water main breaks.  More>>

Job Fair Aims To Help Veterans Find Employment

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A special job fair was held on Tuesday, aimed at helping veterans find work. More>>

Shepherd Community Continues to Help After Downtown Fire

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A community working together to rebuild after a devastating fire destroyed several downtown businesses in Isabella County. More>>

Two Suspects Charged With Attempted Murder at Munson

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Two people in Grand Traverse County are accused of trying to murder a patient at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. More>>

MTM On The Road at Bowl For Kid's Sake

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mecosta and Osceola counties are hoping to raise $25,000 this weekend at Bowl For Kid's Sake. More>>

House Appropriations Subcommittee Approves Community Health Budget

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A vote in Lansing by some members of the House of Representatives signals it won't try to block the merging of the Community Health and Human Services Departments.  More>>

Michigan Kindergartner Vaccination Rates Increased in 2014

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The numbers are in, and the vaccination rates for kindergartners state-wide saw an increase in 2014. More>>

Man Will Spend Time on Probation For Gaylord Graffiti

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A man admitted to putting graffiti on buildings in Gaylord.  More>>

Flint City Council Votes To Stop Using Flint River as Primary Water Source

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In the City of Flint, the city council voted to stop using the Flint River as the primary source of water. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Permitting Firing Squads for Executions

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The governor of Utah signed a controversial bill into law Monday. And today, people are reacting.  More>>

U.P. Hospital Agrees to Pay Millions in Settlement

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A Northern Michigan hospital has agreed to pay the government millions to settle allegations that it's agency submitted false claims to Medicare. More>>

Adopt A Pet: Cindy, Shay, Dolores

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It's Adopt A Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning.Today we have pets from all around Northern Michigan. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Should TSA Agents Be Armed?

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The recent attack on a Transportation Security Administration agent at the New Orleans airport is sparking an interesting debate. More>>

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