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Keys To Staying Safe On Northern Michigan Waters

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Regardless of age, being safe on our lakes and rivers is very important for everyone in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Being Ready For Severe Weather

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Thankfully, all the watches and warnings are over. But some in Northern Michigan got a taste of severe weather for the first time this season. More>>

Semi Truck Hits School Bus And Speeds Away

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Police are searching for a semi that hit a Gaylord school bus tonight and drove away.  More>>

Missing Charlevoix County Teen: FOUND

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In this update a Charlevoix County teen missing since Monday morning is home safe tonight.  More>>

UPDATE: DNR Testing for More Cases of Chronic Wasting Disease

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A deadly neurological disease has been confirmed in a Michigan deer. More>>

Ludington Teen Feeling Anxious, Excited at National Spelling Bee

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Two students from Northern Michigan are representing the area at the National Spelling Bee. More>>

Small Distilleries React To Proposed Tax Cut Legislation

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A new proposed law could be a big help to small craft distilleries. Last week, Senator Gary Peters introduced the distillery excise tax reform. More>>

Petoskey Furry Scurry to Raise Funds For Dog Park

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Animal lovers in Petoskey are trying to raise money for a dog park.  More>>

Golf Outing to Benefit Children in Need

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Sign-ups are going on for a golf outing that will benefit children in Osceola County.It's called Christmas in June -- and will help kids and their families celebrate the December holiday. More>>

DNR Urges People To Leave Wild Fawns Alone

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The DNR is also warning people to leave wild fawns alone. More>>

Benzie County Armed Robber Sentenced to 15 Years

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A man that held up Cherryland Grocery last year is headed to prison. Deputies say two people were involved at the armed robbery at the grocery store in Benzie county. More>>

Man Arrested After Stealing Alcohol From GTCo. Store

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Police arrested a man accused of stealing alcohol from a Grand Traverse County store earlier this month.  More>>

UPDATE: Police Search For Two Armed Men Accused of Breaking Into Wexford County Home

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State police say two men broke into a home and robbed the homeowner and her son at gunpoint. More>>

Leelanau County Man Sentenced for Assault With Intent to Commit CSC

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A Leelanau County man charged with sex crimes will spend years behind bars. More>>

Egg Prices Expected to Rise this Summer

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The Avian Flu has forced farmers to kill off their entire flocks, according to Rainbow Hatchery Owner Stephen Saylor. He has about 200 chickens at his hatchery in Reed City. More>>

Marion Man Dies Jumping Off Second Story Stairway After Taking Synthetic Drug

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A Marion man stripped naked and threw himself through a glass door, twice -- just some of the events that led to his death. More>>

Inside The Kitchen: Clyde's Drive In of Sault Ste. Marie

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We round off a month of drive in diners with Clyde's Drive In of Sault Ste Marie! Jenny Buechel attempts the Big C on this week's edition of Inside The Kitchen. More>>

Organizers One Step Closer To Repealing Michigan's Prevailing Wage Law

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Those trying to repeal Michigan's prevailing wage law are one step closer to doing so.  More>>

Michigan Lawmakers Sponsor Bill to Protect Great Lakes From Microbeads

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Two Michigan lawmakers are sponsoring a bill in Washington to protect the Great Lakes from the damaging effects of plastic microbeads. More>>

New Welfare Policy Would Eliminate Benefits for Families if Kids Skip School

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A new welfare policy that would strip families of benefits if their children skip school could become law in Michigan. More>>

Organizers Withdraw Marijuana Legalization Petition, Will Submit New Plan

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Organizers pushing for marijuana legalization in Michigan are withdrawing their petition so they can submit a new plan.  More>>

Snyder's Administration Backs Off Claims of Cutting Pure Michigan Program to Fund Roads

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Governor Snyder's administration is backing off claims the Pure Michigan tourism program could be cut to help fund road repair. More>>

Michigan Lawmakers Push to Finish State Government's Next Budget

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Lawmakers are accelerating efforts to finish the next budget for the state. Tuesday, committees approved spending bills for universities, community colleges and transportation.  More>>

Consumers Energy Plans to Spend Millions Upgrading Natural Gas System

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Consumers Energy is committing close to $2 million to upgrade its natural gas system in the state.  More>>

Amtrak Plans to Install Cameras Inside Train Cabs

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Amtrak plans to install cameras inside train cabs to record actions of train engineers. More>>

Tanker Truck Driver Responsible For Shutting Down Stretch of I-75 Cited

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We have an update on the drive of a tanker truck responsible for shutting down a stretch of downtown Detroit highway. More>>

MTM On The Road at Garden Goods

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Garden Goods in Traverse City is a year round destination for garden lovers. More>>

Trial For American Journalist Held in Iranian Prison Begins

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The trial for a Washington Post reporter starts Tuesday. He's spent 10 months in an Iranian prison. More>>

Local Middle School Students Attend National Spelling Bee

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Two girls are representing Northern Michigan at this year's National Spelling Bee. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Stand Your Ground Self-Defense Laws

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A man in Nevada is on trial for murder for killing two trespassers at a rental unit he owns.  More>>

Haring Township Lifts Run Water Advisory

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Running faucets in one Northern Michigan community can now be turned off.  More>>

Man Will Be OK After Rolling SUV in Montcalm County

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A 19-year-old will be OK after rolling his SUV in Montcalm County.  More>>

Witnesses Pull Man From Burning Car in Montcalm County

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Two witnesses pulled a man from his burning car in Montcalm County. More>>

Man Involved in Missaukee County Crash Passes Away

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The man involved in a Missaukee County crash last week has passed away. More>>

At Least Two People Have Disappeared in Boating, Swimming Accidents Along Florida Beaches

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Rough waters have created dangerous conditions for swimmers and complicated rescue efforts. More>>

Organizers Trying to Repeal Michigan Wage Law Look For Petition Approval

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Organizers who want to repeal Michigan's wage law are looking to get approval for their petition before getting signatures.  More>>

Texas Keeps Getting Hit With Severe Weather

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People in Texas are still dealing with record breaking rain and severe storms this morning. More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Poppet, Orange Paw, Finley

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It's Adopt a Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning and today we have three furry friends looking for their forever homes. More>>

Three Children Hurt in Florida Bounce House Accident

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Terrifying moments were caught on tape as a beach bounce house went flying into the air in Florida. More>>

Dirt Bike Collision Leaves Teen Hospitalized

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A Presque Isle teen is in the hospital tonight after he crashed his dirt bike and rolled it under a pickup truck.  More>>

Annual Stride for Strive 5K Race Draws More Than 1,000 Participants

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More than 1,000 athletes came out for the 17th annual Stride for Strive 5K Memorial Day race. More>>

Dozens Attend Wreath Ceremony Along Lake Cadillac, Despite The Rain

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Communities all across Northern Michigan celebrated the Memorial Day holiday Monday. More>>

Local Veterans Take Part in Cadillac's Memorial Day Parade

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Following Cadillac's Wreath Ceremony, the streets flooded with people for the annual Memorial Day parade. More>>

Slow Roads For Holiday Travelers

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Stop and go traffic, a common sight across Northern Michigan today.  More>>

Hundreds Gather for TC Memorial Day Ceremony

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Like all of today's heartfelt ceremonies, this one paid tribute to our fallen soliders. More>>

WWII Veteran Receives Special Recognition in Barryton

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This WWII veteran was finally honored properly. 89-year-old Eugene Paulino was awarded his Bronze Star Medal today at a special Memorial Day celebration in Barryton.  More>>

Heat Wave Claims More Than 600 Lives in India

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Overseas in India, a heat wave is blamed for killing more than 600 people in just four days.  More>>

Kalkaska Pet Pantry Looking for Donations

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A Northern Michigan pet pantry is looking to expand its reach. More>>

Reining Liberty Ranch Hosts Memorial Open House

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Memorial celebrations took place all over Northern Michigan today, including at a local ranch that's devoted to helping veterans. More>>

Military Officials Worry ISIS Could Capture More Areas

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Military officials worry ISIS militants could capture even more areas. Specifically, the Anbar province.  More>>

Avoid Making Mistakes When Managing Retirement Funds

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A show on airing Tuesday on 910 can help you avoid making mistakes when managing your retirement funds. More>>

New York Banking Company Donates $1M to The Heat and Warmth Fund

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A New York banking company made a big donation to help low-income customers in the city of Detroit facing water shutoffs. More>>

Deadly ATV Crash Claims Life of Downstate Man

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A downstate man is dead after he crashed his all-terrain vehicle in the Upper Peninsula.It happened Sunday evening in Alger County's Burt Township. Troopers say Christopher Purple hit an embankment and was thrown from the ATV. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. His female passenger suffered minor injuries. Troopers believe speed, alcohol and lack of seat belt use are factors in this accident. More>>

Military Jets Escort Plane to JFK Airport After Receiving Anonymous Threat

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An Air France airliner was escorted to a New York airport by U.S. military jets Monday after an anonymous threat was made against the flight. More>>

Charges Requested Against Two Men Suspected of Stealing TC Car

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Two men accused of stealing a car face charges in Detroit and Traverse City. More>>

U.S. Coast Guard Conducts Boat Inspections On Great Lakes

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If you spent any of the holiday weekend boating on the Great Lakes, you may have seen the U.S. Coast Guard visiting boats for inspections.  More>>

Snyder Orders Flags be Lowered to Half-Staff in Honor of Memorial Day

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In honor of Memorial Day, Governor Rick Snyder ordered all flags at the Capitol complex to be lowered to half-staff.  More>>

Deadly Accident Closed Portion of I-94 in Albion

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M-DOT closed a stretch of I-94 in Albion after a deadly accident. More>>

I-75 in Downtown Detroit Closed After Tanker Truck Explosion

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A stretch of I-75 in downtown Detroit is still closed Monday after a tanker truck exploded and caught fire Sunday. More>>

Thousands Visit Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Over Holiday Weekend

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One Northern Michigan park kicked-off its summer season this weekend. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore saw thousands of visitors over the holiday weekend.  More>>

Baltimore Leaders React to Deadly Weekend Violence

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City leaders are reacting to deadly violence that broke out in Baltimore this weekend. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Memorial Day

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Today marks the last Monday of May, and that means the country celebrates Memorial Day.  More>>

MTM On The Road at Cadillac Memorial Day Services

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On this Memorial Day 2015, it's important that everyone remembers what the day is truly about. More>>

Detroit Regional Chamber Will Hold Annual Policy Conference on Mackinac Island

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People who played a key role in Detroit's bankruptcy case will participate in the Detroit Regional Chamber's annual policy conference this week on Mackinac Island.  More>>

Fishery Regulators Try to Prevent Invasive Fish From Reaching Great Lakes, Inland Waters

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The struggle continues to prevent invasive fish from reaching the Great Lakes and inland waters.  More>>

Record Breaking Rain Fall Hits Texas, Oklahoma

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Severe storms still wreaking havoc across parts of the country this morning.  More>>

Syrian Army Deploys Troops Near Palmyra

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The Syrian army is deploying troops near Palmyra in preparation to take the ancient city back from ISIS.  More>>

Defense Secretary Makes Statements About Iraqi's Will to Defend Themselves

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Defense Secretary Ash Carter, making frank statements about the Islamic State group's takeover of Ramadi.  More>>

California Couple Missing For Two Weeks Found in Wilderness

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San Diego rescuers found 79 year old Cecil Knutson dead Sunday afternoon. His wife, 68 year old Dianna Bedwell, was also found severely dehydrated after surviving on just rain water and food.  More>>

Washington Bomb Squad Destroys Unidentified Contents From Suspicious Vehicle

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A Washington bomb squad has safely destroyed unidentified contents from a suspicious vehicle left unattended near the Capitol building. More>>

Cleveland Protesters Will Go In Front of Judge

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They were arrested after a white police officer charged in the deaths of two unarmed black motorists was acquitted.  More>>

Same Sex Marriage Supporters Celebrate As They Make Irish History

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Crowds took to the streets to celebrate the moment they became the first country to approve same sex marriage in a popular vote.  More>>

Haring Twp. Boil Water Advisory Is Over

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A boil water advisory that was in place for Haring Township in Wexford County is over.   More>>

Thousands Enjoying Memorial Weekend

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Thousands are traveling north for some holiday fun. More>>

Twins Run Three-Legged Half Marathon

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Twins thought up a unique way to run in yesterday's Bay Shore Half Marathon. More>>

Deer Crashes Through TC Business

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It was a big surprise for store employees when they found out their alarm had been triggered -- by a furry vandal. More>>

Suspects Confess to Breaking Into Two Roscommon County Homes

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Police found suspects in a Roscommon County break-in on Saturday. It all started when a neighbor in Gerrish Township, on the west side of Higgins Lake, reported hearing someone break into a seasonal home. More>>

Local Family Left with Nothing After House Fire

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A high school senior and his family, left with nothing after a fire gutted their home in Roscommon County.The home, on the 8-thousand block of Knapp Road in Houghton Lake, caught fire on May 22.Family members tell us it's a total loss. More>>

Bayshore Marathon Draws Thousands to Old Mission Peninsula

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For more than thirty years, runners of all ages have joined to race on Old Mission Peninsula. This year, more than 7,000 people took their marks. More>>

Boaters Rescued on Lake Missaukee

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Today two men were rescued on Lake Missaukee after their boat capsized. More>>

Memorial Day Arts and Crafts Show Attracts Thousands

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Today the Houghton Lake Arts and Crafts Association kicked off summer with its opening arts and crafts event. Hundreds of vendors from all over the state set up across the lawn of Houghton Lake Middle School in Roscommon County. More>>

DNR Tranquilizes Bear in Wexford County Backyard

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“Rarely do we have to come in and intervene. ‘Cause again, it's just the best situation for her to come down on her own and go off on her own,” said Cadillac DNR Wildlife Technician Katie Keen. More>>

High Fire Danger this Memorial Day Weekend

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“We have hot air temperatures, low humidity and higher winds, which could result in a larger uncontrolled fire,” said Roscommon DNR Public Information Officer Kerry Weiber. More>>

Dogs Run Mother Bear, Three Cubs Up A Tree

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The Department of Natural Resources is dealing with a mother bear and her cubs up in a tree. More>>

Cadillac's Adventure Island Opens For Season

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For many, Memorial Day weekend means travelling--but for some, it means a 'staycation' right here at home. Adventure Island in Cadillac opened it's doors for the first time this morning and saw plenty of action. More>>

Police Believe D.C. Quadruple Murder Suspect Did Not Act Alone

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A man accused of burning down a Washington D.C. mansion after killing four people inside was arrested late last night. But investigators don't think he acted alone.  More>>

Woman Killed in Deadly Ogemaw County Crash

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An 89 year old woman died in a car accident this morning.  More>>

Woman Comes Forward After January Car Accident

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In this update, an 18-year-old woman came forward today, accused of causing an accident back in January.  More>>

World War II Navy Couple Honored For Service

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We are preparing to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country this Memorial Day. But out of tragedy often comes something beautiful. Two people brought together; a romance, born of war, that has survived all life has thrown at them since. More>>

Traverse City Man Accused of Sexual Assault

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A Traverse City man is accused of sexually assaulting another man.  More>>

Community Gathers To Honor GT Metro Firefighters Life

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The last dispatch call to a long time Grand Traverse County firefighter heard by hundreds Friday morning. Family, friends and Northern Michigan fire departments came together Friday to remember Randy Agruda's life.  More>>

Northern Michigan Businesses Look Forward To Memorial Day Weekend

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Friday's sunshine had everyone smiling -- especially businesses in Northern Michigan excited the holiday weekend is here. More>>

Crews Prepare for 33rd Annual Bayshore Marathon

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Thousands of people are getting ready to run in Saturday's 33rd Annual Bayshore Marathon in Traverse City.  More>>

Hundreds of Job Openings at Local Prison

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Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs as a lake county prison gets some good news today. The facility is now even closer to reopening. More>>

U.S. Coast Guard Gives Boater Safety Tips and Demonstration for Memorial Day Weekend

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The start of the summer business season also means the start of the boating season. And the U.S. Coast Guard has a few reminders as many hit the water this weekend. More>>

Morel Mushroom Pickers Say It's A Banner Season So Far

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Its morel mushroom season, and pickers say it's been a bumper season so farBlack morels are on their way out, and we're starting to see plenty of whites More>>

Dog Trainers Offer Tips to Spot Aggression in Pets

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Recent dog attacks in Michigan have left children with severe injuries.  More>>

Downstate Man Paralyzed in Oceana County ORV Crash

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A Detroit man could be paralyzed after an off-road vehicle crash in Oceana County Thursday.  More>>

$2 Million in State Grants Awarded to Six Michigan School Districts

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The Michigan Department of Education announced $2 million in state grants to help cover costs for consolidating local districts and services.  More>>

Warrant Issued for Man Suspected of Stealing Alcohol From GTCo Store

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An arrest warrant is out for a man suspected of stealing alcohol at a store in Grand Traverse County earlier this month. More>>

Hometown Tourist: Leland's Historic Fishtown

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From monster-size sandwiches to tug boats on the river, Fishtown has a site for all. This week on Hometown Tourist we wander the historic shanty village in Leland. 



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13-Year-Old Muskegon Heights Boy Charged With Murder Of Cousin

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A 13-year-old boy is charged with murder after kicking his one-year-old cousin to death. More>>

WWII Bomb Found Near Wembley Stadium In London

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A scary situation in London today after builders found a bomb from decades ago, still carrying the threat of blowing up. More>>

Michigan Senator Accused Of Assault Back In Court

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Michigan State Senator Virgil Smith will be back in count next month. He's accused of shooting at his ex-wife's car during a fight at his Detroit home. More>>

Benishek Introduces Bipartisan Bill To Hold VA Department Accountable

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Northern Michigan Representative Dr. Dan Benishek helped introduce a bipartisan bill this week. It's called the Demanding Accountability For Veterans Act of 2015. More>>

Investigators Say It Could Take Months To Find Cause Of California Oil Spill

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Cleanup continues near the Santa Barbara coast tonight as crews work to take care of the thousands of gallons of oil that spilled into the ocean. More>>

Appeals Court Suspends Former Korean Airline Executive's Jail Sentence

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Former Korean airline executive Heather Cho walked free Friday. You may recall Cho as the one who threw a fit over how she was served macadamia nuts.  More>>

Health Officials Believe Recent Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Sushi

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Health officials are working hard to find the source of a salmonella outbreak. More>>

J. Crew Hires 5-Year-Old Fashion Designer

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Clothing store J. Crew has a new fashion designer. And she's just five years old.  More>>

Pac-Man Celebrates 35th Birthday

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Friday marks a big birthday for a legendary arcade game. Pac-Man turns 35 Friday. More>>

Family Escapes Buckley House Fire

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A family and their two dogs escaped a house fire in Wexford County. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Cell Phones in Schools

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Cell phones in school have been a hot topic since students started getting the devices. More>>

AAA Expects 40 Million Americans to Hit The Road Memorial Day Weekend

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It's a nice day to hit the road for Memorial Day plans. A head start could be helpful because it's going to be busy. More>>

Lansing Area Man Leads Gratiot County Police on Chase

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Mid-Michigan deputies say a man in his 60's led them on an accidental chase Thursday. More>>

MTM Exploring the U.P. at Copper Harbor

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Copper Harbor is one of Michigan's most beautiful areas with stunning landscape and plenty of recreation opportunities. More>>

Michigan Looks Over Aramark Correctional Services Prison Food Service Contract Costs

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Michigan is looking at contract costs related to prison food service by Aramark Correctional Services.  More>>

Florida Man Pleaded Not Guilty After Landing Gyrocopter At U.S. Capitol

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A Florida man who landed a gyrocopter at the U.S. Capitol has pleaded not guilty to the six charges he faces.  More>>

Texas Police Officers Defend Themselves From Accusations After Deadly Biker Gang Shooting

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Continuing coverage on the deadly shooting involving multiple biker gangs in Texas.  More>>

An Unlikely Pair: Rescue Cat, Fawn Become Pals

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A friendly cat has a new, unlikely roommate, a sweet little fawn.  More>>

Boy Scout's National President Suggests Revising Gay Ban

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The Boy Scouts long-standing ban on openly gay adult participants could be changing. More>>

Jurors Review Autopsy Photos For Colorado Movie Theater Shooting

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An update this morning on the trial of James Holmes, the man accused of a movie theater shooting in Colorado. More>>

Omaha Community Mourns Loss of Officer Killed During Last Shift Before Maternity Leave

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A Nebraska community is coming together a few days after a police officer was killed in the line of duty.  More>>

Events Friday: Mackinaw Memorial Bridge Run, Traverse City Pig Roast

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It's Event Friday on Michigan this Morning!This week we have a fun run and a pig roast for you to check out. More>>

Washington Zoo Introduces Four Rare Newborn Clouded Leopard Cubs

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A Washington zoo welcomed four clouded leopard cubs just over a week ago! More>>

Toddler in Serious Condition After Being Bit by Family Dog

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A toddler in serious condition tonight after being mauled by a dog. More>>

Baltimore Grand Jury Has Indicted Officers Involved In Death of Freddie Gray

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A Baltimore grand jury has indicted the six police officers who were involved in the death of Freddie Gray.  More>>

Cycling's Contribution to TC Measured by MDOT

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More people are riding bicycles ... and all that pedaling is energizing the local economy. The Department of Transportation studied Traverse City, to determine the impact cyclists have on the economy. More>>

MI Blood: Donate, the Need for Blood is Constant

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Just an hour of your time can make a world of difference... giving the gift of life. MI Blood held a drive today and even though the lobby of its Traverse City location was packed with people just looking to donate, it wasn't enough.That's because the need is constant and only three percent of the population actually gives blood. More>>

Special Report: Making of the Miss Margy Progress Report

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In February, we took you behind the scenes of the making of Mackinac Island's newest passenger ferry, the Miss Margy. It was just the start of a skeleton back then.  More>>

Bill Marsh Hosts Veterans Luncheon in TC

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A special luncheon honored veterans in Traverse City on Thursday. More>>

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