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Central Michigan University Students Celebrate Baja Bonanza

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

Remains Found May be Those of Missing University of Virginia Student

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

Frankfort Film Festival Brings Business And Culture To Area

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

Fall Colors Draw Many To Northern Michigan

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

Memory Walk Remembers Payton Disbrow

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

Community Donates Thousands Of Pounds Of Food to KAIR

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

Dog Men Howl at Lake City Boy Scout Haunted House

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A Northern Michigan haunted house howled into life tonight with the help of a couple special guests. More>>

Michigan Vietnam Traveling Wall Stops in Big Rapids

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Michigan's Vietnam Veteran Traveling Wall rolled into Mecosta County for the weekend. People across the area are taking time to pay their respects to those who fought for our country.  More>>

Man Injured Escaping from East Jordan House Fire

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Details on a destructive fire in Charlevoix County. One man jumped from the second floor of the home to escape the flames.  More>>

Cadillac Area YMCA Host Annual Dancing with the Y Stars

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Saturday night, the Cadillac Area YMCA is hosting a star-studded event aimed at raising money for a great cause.  More>>

Protestors Voice Concerns Outside Governor Snyder's Town Hall

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Outside the town hall, many expressed their concerns if Governor Snyder were to be reelected. More>>

3rd Annual Anti-Bullying Conference Held In TC

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Dozens of students stand up against bullying. It was part of the third annual Anti-Bullying Conference in Traverse City on Friday. The purpose of the event was teach students how to prevent bullying. More>>

NMC Students Hold Food For Thought Drive

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More than 50 Northern Michigan food pantries are getting help stocking up from a student service learning project. More>>

Grand Traverse Academy Teacher Diagnosed With Whooping Cough

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A Grand Traverse County school taking precautionary steps after a teachers came down with whooping cough More>>

Father Fred Foundation in Need of Volunteers

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The Father Fred Foundation needs your help to help others in need. The Traverse City area non-profit is short about 20 volunteers. More>>

Comet on Track to Pass Mars Closely

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NASA is getting ready to capture more images of a once-in-a-lifetime comet. It's on track to pass Mars Sunday from 88,000 miles away. More>>

Governor Snyder Discusses Road to Recovery at Town Hall, Schauer Remarks

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Governor Snyder is in Traverse City today for a stop on his Road to Recovery tour. Northern Michigan's News Leader will have a crew there covering it for you.  More>>

Michigan Tech Studying Rubberized Asphalt

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An important Michigan Technology University study could change the way Michigan paves our roads. Researchers are looking at whether building roads using asphalt with rubber from ground-up tires is a good idea. More>>

Man Accused of Pickpocketing in Mt. Pleasant

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Police in Mt. Pleasant arrested a man suspected of pickpocketing. The Mt. Pleasant Police Department has investigated incidents over the past few weeks at the Wayside Central Bar.  More>>

Woman Accused of Stealing $75,000 in Walmart Gift Cards

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A Mason County woman is accused of taking nearly $75,000 from her employer. Police say Valerie Larr of Scottville received Walmart gift cards from her employer, Aramark. The gift cards were intended as rewards for other employees for good performance. More>>

President Obama Appoints Leader for Ebola Response

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New developments from the Ebola outbreak. Today President Obama appointed an Ebola "czar." More>>

Farwell School Bus Driver Crashes into Mailbox

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A Farwell School bus driver and three students were taken to the hospital after being involved in a Friday morning accident. More>>

Teen Accused of Stealing from Cars in East Bay Township

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A homeowner in Grand Traverse County called police after seeing a teen trying to break into cars.  More>>

Man Arrested for Cadillac Tattoo Shop Break-In

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Police arrested a man for breaking into a tattoo shop. Someone broke into the Perfect Tattoos shop on Mitchell Street just outside Cadillac last week.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Hazmat Costume

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As we get closer to Halloween, one costume is creating quite the controversy. It comes in the wake of the Ebola outbreak.  More>>

Man Accused of Gaylord Meth Lab Explosion Arrested

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Police arrested the man accused of causing a meth lab explosion in Otsego County.  More>>

UPDATE: Village of Roscommon Lifts Boil Water Advisory

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The Village of Roscommon has lifted their boil water advisory. The water is safe to drink and use. More>>

Family Remembers Troy Walsh as a Kind, Loving Man

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Tonight, family is remembering Troy Walsh for his big heart, and his love for his fellow man. Friends and family say it's awful for such a terrible thing to happen to a great man, loved by the whole community More>>

Joe Biden's Son Leaves Navy After Drug Test

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The vice president's son was discharged from the Navy Reserves after testing positive for cocaine.  More>>

Michigan Blood Organization in Need of More Donors

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The shelf life on blood is always a concern for organizations like Michigan blood, and that's why they are asking for more donors that have O-Negative blood.  More>>

Big Brothers Big Sisters Gets New Larger Traverse City Location

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Big Brothers Big Sisters can now help more families and kids after moving into a bigger home.  More>>

Baby to Toddler Closet Donates Supplies to Crawford County Youth

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A small group of volunteers can go a long way to help kids in need, evidence shown in a Crawford County group focused on helping the youngest in their area. More>>

Investigation Continues After Crawford County Identity Theft Arrest

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A man arrested for a string of identity thefts but the investigation is long from over. More>>

Cadillac Area Community Foundation Distributes Food to Families in Need

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The Cadillac Area Community Foundation held a food distribution event. Different charities sponsor a food truck on the first and third Thursday of every month. More>>

Firefighters Save Missaukee County Home

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Firefighters were able to save a house in Missaukee County.  More>>

Some Northern Michigan Students Receive a Special Gift

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Some Northern Michigan students received a special gift today. 36 bicycles were donated to kids at Betsie Valley Elementary school in Benzie County. More>>

U.S. Coast Guard Prepares For Winter Rescues

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Many of us may not want to think about it yet, but the U.S. Coast Guard is thinking, and preparing for winter. More>>

Medical Examiner Determines Troy Walsh Death is Homicide

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The medical examiner has determined Troy Walsh's death is homicide. More>>

UPDATE: Jury Convicts Amber Smith of Murder

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Northern Michigan's News Leader is back in an Emmet County courtroom for the Amber Smith murder trial today.  More>>

Hospitals and Health Departments Preparing for Ebola

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Northern Michigan hospitals and health departments are preparing for Ebola if it comes to this area. More>>

Cherry Capital Airport Prepares For Ebola

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Airports are also doing what they can to be proactive. More>>

Sixth Annual Frankfort Film Festival Kicks Off

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Foreign films, documentaries and full length features alike, all hitting the big screen for a film festival this weekend in Benzie County. More>>

Michigan DNR, U.S. Forest Service Fighting Oak Wilt

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The Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Forest Service will join forces in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Elk Lake Classic

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This Elk Lake home is relaxed, laid back and beautiful. The home allows visitors to be connected with nature. The setting is private, quiet and Elk Lake's stunning colors don't disappoint.  More>>

Fire at Mt. Pleasant Garden Supply Store

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Three fire departments saved a business that caught fire near Mt. Pleasant Wednesday night. The fire started on East Pickard Road just after 9:00 p.m. More>>

Nurses Who Contracted Ebola Move to New Facilities, CDC Heads to Congress

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The second health care worker diagnosed with Ebola has been flown to Emory Hospital in Atlanta for treatment, and the first Dallas nurse to be infected with Ebola is being moved to the National Institute of Health in Maryland.  More>>

Understanding the Ebola Virus

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More about the Ebola outbreak and a history on the virus. It was first discovered in 1976 in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.  More>>

MSP Looking for Motorcyclist Who Failed to Stop

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Michigan State Police need your help identifying a suspect and motorcycle. Wednesday, an MSP trooper tried to pull a motorcycle over in Ionia County's Orange Township around 9:50 p.m. near M-66 and Portland Road. More>>

Chrysler Recalls 907,000 Vehicles for Potential Mirror Fire Problem

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Chrysler announced another recall. The automaker is recalling about 907,000 Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep SUV's and cars from 2011 through 2014 model years.  More>>

Four Kids, Including Two 7-year-olds, Involved in Mecosta County Break-Ins

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After receiving a tip from the community, four kids from Barryton were found to have been involved in two break-ins over the weekend. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: School Suicide Contract

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A 5-year-old girl in Alabama was reportedly forced to sign a suicide contract at her school. It happened after she drew a picture that looked like a gun. More>>

Momentum Shifting in Fight Against ISIS

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An increase of US-led airstrikes in the last day means momentum is shifting in Syria. Yesterday, the Pentagon Press Secretary said the military believes airstrikes have killed several hundred ISIS fighters in and around Kobani.  More>>

County Commissioners Vote to Move Forward with Wexford County Jail Project

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An update on the status of the new Wexford County jail project. The county commissioners approved plans last month to build a new jail near Division and Crosby streets in Cadillac.  More>>

U.P. Boater Dies After Small Boat Capsizes

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A boater has died after a small boat flipped over, in the Upper Peninsula. More>>

UPDATE: Family Located in Fort Myers, Florida

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Cheboygan County Sheriff's Department says Richard Fero was arrested in Fort Myers, Florida early Thursday morning. More>>

Milwaukee Police Officer Fired After Shooting

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A milwaukee police officer is out of a job this morning.  More>>

Discover Talent at Second Annual Art Extravaganza in Cadillac

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Green acres assisted living in Cadillac is full of art for the next few days. The center kicked off their second annual Art Extravaganza Wednesday afternoon.  More>>

Northern Michigan Schools Join in on National Farm to School Month

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This October, schools in Northern Michigan are cooking lunch with locally grown food. More>>

Stocks Face Largest Drop in Three Years

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A roller coaster ride for the stock market today, leaving investors to figure out what happened.The DOW Jones dropped nearly 460 points early in the afternoon. More>>

Ladies Group Raises More Than $10,000 for Local Organization

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A special group of ladies raised more than $10,000 in a matter of minutes. A Michigan native started a group called 100 Women Who Care which raises money for local organizations.  More>>

McLaren Northern Michigan Prepares for Any Sign of Ebola

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McLaren Northern Michigan is taking immediate action to prepare for any sign of Ebola. Patients in the Emergency Department and into the hospital will be screened for travel history.  More>>

Hazardous Mold Found at 517 Wellington Warehouse

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An update on the the proposed future site of Safe Harbor's homeless shelter. More>>

More Testimony, Details in Amber Smith Trial

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Smith is on trial for the murder of her fiance, Trenton Mallory. Mallory, was found dead in their center township home back in march. Smith has pleaded not guilty to murdering him. More>>

Mall Death: Inside the Investigation

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A Grand Traverse Mall death investigation is over, and now the sheriff's department is sharing how they handled the case. More>>

Sightseeing in Northern Michigan: Coveyou Scenic Farm Market

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There are so many ways to enjoy the fall season across Northern Michigan. It's the harvest season. What better place to do it, than at a farm that prides itself on produce, and has for nearly a century and a half. More>>

Food Pantry Rush in Roscommon

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As fall rolls around many food pantries see an increase in the number of people they help. More>>

Roscommon Water Still Not Cleared For Drinking

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We have an update tonight on the safety of Roscommon's drinking water. Yesterday the village discovered its water was contaminated with coliform bacteria.They put a boil water advisory into effect for the entire village in Roscommon County. More>>

History Center Decides To Move Out Of Carnegie Building

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A sudden change of plans for the future of Traverse City's Carnegie Building. On Wednesday, the Traverse City History Center told the city they will be leaving the building. More>>

Charlevoix County Man Accused of Witness Tampering

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A Charlevoix County man accused of several break-ins in now in even more trouble -- charged with witness tampering. More>>

Northern Michigan Ministry Named Finalist for Hope Award

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A longstanding Northern Michigan non-profit is in the running for a 25 thousand dollar grant. Friends Ministry in Lake City was recently named a finalist for the Ninth Annual Hope Award given by World Magazine. More>>

Lowest U.S. Budget Deficit Since 2008

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The deficit for the 2014 budget year is at the lowest it's been since 2008. The U.S. government says it's at $483 billion. The lowest it has been since 2008. More>>

Gov. Snyder Takes Road to Recovery Town Hall to GT Resort Friday

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Governor Rick Snyder will be in Northern Michigan this week. More>>

UPDATE: Police Arrest Man for Muskegon Heights Murders

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Police in Muskegon County arrested a man they believe is responsible for killing two women found Tuesday morning.  More>>

Stocks Drop in Fear of Global Economy Slowdown

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Stocks are extremely lower in Wednesday afternoon trading. The Dow, SP 500, and Nasdaq are all down more than 2% at 1:15 p.m. More>>

TC Restaurant Server Arrested for Stealing

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Police arrested a server at the Park Place Hotel in Traverse City, she's now accused of stealing. Investigators say Amanda Cikity took about five thousand dollars. More>>

MORE DETAILS: Police Determine Cause Of Ricky Billings' Death

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Northern Michigan's News Leader has been closely following the investigation into the death of Ricky Billings. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Immigration Approval

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The US government issued a humanitarian visa to a student at Harvard University yesterday. It comes after he broke immigration rules by taking his dying mother to Mexico for treatment. More>>

Toyota Recalls Cars For Fuel Delivery Pipe Problem

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Toyota is recalling more than 1.6 million cars, including more than 400,000 in the U.S. More>>

Obama Warns ISIS Fight Could Be a Long One

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President Obama met with military leaders from 21 countries Tuesday, warning the fight against ISIS could be a long one. More>>

UPDATE: MSP Rule Father, Daughter Deaths Murder-Suicide

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Michigan State Police have ruled the deaths of a father and daughter in two different parts of the state a murder-suicide. More>>

U.S. Supreme Court Stops Texas Abortion Law

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For now, the Supreme Court has ordered Texas to not enforce a law that had effectively shut down several abortion clinics.  More>>

U.S. Government Offers Reward for Information

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The U.S. Government is offering rewards of up to $45 million for information on the whereabouts of eight senior leaders of the Yemen-based Al-Qaeda.  More>>

What's Trending: Clever Halloween Costumes and Happiest Dog Alive

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With Halloween just a little more then two weeks away, you might have some parties coming up that you will need a quick idea for a costume. More>>

Governor Snyder Signs Rape Kit Bill Into Law

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The bill will tighten Michigan's system for processing and analyzing the kits that have sat in police evidence rooms for years. More>>

Proposed Rule Sparks Debate Amongst Northern Michigan Farmers

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A possible rule change dealing with water quality in Northern Michigan is on the table.Now many farmers are concerned about their land and who might be able to take control of it. More>>

New Legislation to Help Police Crack Down on Drugged Driving

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Governor Rick Snyder signed new legislation today that will help police crack down on drugged driving. The Missaukee County Sheriff says drugged driving has been an issue for years and hopefully this new law will help fix that. More>>

Elk Rapids Township To Get New EMS Service

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After more than a year of emotional ups and downs, the fate of a local EMS service has been decided. Elk Rapids Township has been discussing the possibility of saving money by outsourcing their ambulance service and contracting with Mobile Medical Response. More>>

Meth Booms In Rural Northern Michigan

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We have continuing coverage on the explosion of meth across Northern Michigan this year. It's becoming increasingly common to hear about meth lab busts ... But some may not understand why so many people are getting hooked.

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Grand Traverse Spa Donating During Think Pink Week of Giving

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Get a manicure and pedicure and help fight breast cancer at the same time. More>>

Flu Shot Clinics Held This Week in Grand Traverse County

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Flu season is almost here and right now is a crucial time to get the flu shot. More>>

Ferris State Gives Elementary Students Free Eye Exams

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Ferris State University is well known for their optometry program.Today, the Big Rapids university invited some students that may have needed help seeing a brighter future for free eye exams, and if needed, a free pair of glasses. More>>

Friends Remember the Life of Gaylord Man, Troy Walsh

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The Gaylord community in shock today -- still searching for answers about Troy Walsh's death.  More>>

Man Who Led Police on Manhunt in Wexford County Officially Charged

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The man who led police on a chase through Wexford County after lighting a car on fire has officially been charged. More>>

Caberfae Peaks Preparing for Upcoming Season

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We're only a few weeks into fall, but some businesses are already getting ready for winter. More>>

Students, Emergency Responders Practice Large Accident

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A frightening scene in Grand Traverse County Tuesday morning, emergency crews responding to a big accident. But it was all for practice. More>>

Police Chase Ends in Crash, Two Arrested

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A driver and passenger are in police custody after a high-speed police pursuit ended in a crash. More>>

Third Person Sentenced In Wexford County Meth Investigation

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The third person charged in connection to a Wexford County meth investigation is headed to jail. Police arrested Jerry Fuller back in May for his role in a Mesick meth operation. More>>

Man Who Led Police on Drunken Tractor Chase Sentenced to Jail

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We have an update on the man who led police on a chase while driving a tractor drunk. The man refused to stop as he drove through the streets of Cheboygan in June. More>>

UPDATE: Police Identify Gaylord Man Found Dead in Motel, Other Man Charged

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A Otsego County motel is at the center of a death investigation.
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Seven Northern Michigan Counties Officially Becoming TB Free

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The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development signed the Michigan Bovine TB zoning rule. It gave seven Northern Michigan counties a bovine TB free status. More>>

Obama Meets with Top Military Leaders to Discuss Fight Against ISIS

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As ISIS advances on the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, President Obama met today with top military leaders from 20 nations, all a part of the international fight against the group. More>>

Ebola Death Rate Increases

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Today the organization said the death rate in the current outbreak has increased to 70%, up from the previously released 50%. More>>

Chrysler Recalls Thousands of Newer SUVs for Wiring Problem

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Chrysler announced a recall of over 184,000 SUV's because of a wiring problem. More>>

Construction Flagman Admits to Drinking on the Job

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A construction flagman was taken off the job after deputies determined he was drunk.The Leelanau County Sheriff's Office got a call from a passing trucker who believed the flagman was intoxicated in the construction zone... More>>

Wyoming Man Sentenced for Car Crash Deaths in Mecosta County

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An update on a story nine and ten news has been following for the last six months. A judge sentenced a Wyoming man after his two passengers died in a car crash. More>>

Woman Arrested After Driving Car Into Long Lake

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Police arrested a Traverse City woman after she crashed her car into a lake. The woman lost control on the wet roads and ended up in Long Lake Monday. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Catholic Church

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The Vatican made a big announcement yesterday. It comes at the halfway point of a two-week meeting of bishops on family issues. More>>

GM Increases Death Claims Over Faulty Ignition Switches

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General Motors compensation expert has approved 27 death claims from families. More>>

Beauchamp in Court for Preliminary Hearing on Additional Charges

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Accused murder Eric Beauchamp is back in a Wexford County courtroom today. He's charged with murdering Lindsey Morgan in Buckley in August. More>>

Charlevoix Man Admits to Killing Brother

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The Charlevoix County man who killed his brother pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter. More>>

Michigan Gets New License Plate

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A Michigan license plate that was once voted the world's best has been re-vamped, after police complained it wasn't visible enough.  More>>

Adopt A Pet: Chuck, Pumpkin and Bo Duke

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This week we have three lovable animals that are looking for a forever home. More>>

New Housing Possible for Northwestern Michigan College

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More student housing could be coming to Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City. Leaders from the city and the college met tonight to discuss a proposal to buy city land for more student housing. More>>

Pasta Restaurant Re-Opens After Closure Last Month

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A popular Northern Michigan pasta restaurant re-opened their doors today, just one month after the owner closed them. More>>

Ferris Students From West Africa Concerned About Ebola in Homeland

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With thousands in West Africa dead from Ebola, many in the United States are trying to figure out ways to help stop the outbreak, including local college students and educators from West Africa.  More>>

Michigan Farmers To Discuss Proposed Changes to the Clean Water Act

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Michigan farmers are keeping a close eye on a proposed rule that could possibly change the way they do things. The Federal government is looking for feedback on a possible new standard that would further define what waters are protected under the Clean Water Act.  More>>

St. Ignace Band Director Arrested on Drug Charges

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Northern Michigan's News Leader is gathering more details on a Mackinac County teacher accused of having, growing and planning to sell marijuana. More>>

Man Headed to Jail for Stealing Cadillac Newspaper Truck

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A man will do jail time for stealing a Cadillac newspaper truck and going for a joyride. More>>

Woman Admits To Antrim County Break-Ins

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An update on a woman charged with multiple break in's in Antrim County. More>>

Man Who Drove Into Cadillac Building Sentenced to Jail

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The Traverse City Man who drove his SUV into a Cadillac business is headed to jail. More>>

Jones Sentenced for Strangulation, Assault

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A Traverse City man who strangled a woman is going to prison.  More>>

TC Police Investigate Craigslist Scam

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Fake checks cashed at a couple Grand Traverse County businesses. Now, police believe they're part of a Craigslist scam and are telling people to look out. More>>

Intersection Slows Down In Traverse City

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The small road project is only about a half a mile long -- but it's causing big delays for drivers. The slow down is at the busy intersection of M-72 and M-22-- an area that gets more than 20-thousand cars pass through each day. More>>

Oil Leak Causes Two Spin Outs at Grand Traverse County Intersection

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Some slick roads in Grand Traverse County led to two spin outs Monday morning. Two different cars had issues at the intersection of west South Airport Road and Park Drive in Grand Traverse County.  More>>

Northern Michigan Businesses Explore International Opportunities

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Northern Michigan businesses came out to explore international opportunities today. More>>

Traverse City Parents Weigh in on Talented and Gifted Program

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Parents in Traverse City had the chance to weigh in on the school's Talented and Gifted program today. More>>

Officials Accused of Embezzlement Could Have Charges Dropped

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Two officials in Roscommon County could have charges of mishandling public money tossed out. The Lake Township treasurer and clerk were charged after an embezzlement investigation near Houghton Lake.  More>>

Emmet County Man Sentenced to Prison for Sexual Abuse of a Child

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An Emmet County man will spend at least 25 years in prison for sexually abusing a young child. A judge sentenced Silvio Antonio Duarte-Borge for having sexual contact with someone under the age of 13. More>>

UPDATE: Everett Sentenced for Running Drug House in Cadillac

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A judge sentenced the man questioned as part of a death investigation where police also found meth. Monday, Christopher Everett was sentenced to 210 days in jail and probation.  More>>

Three Arrested for Providing Meth Making Materials in Crawford County

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An update on meth arrests made in Crawford County last week. Police arrested three people on drug charges relating to a meth bust in Frederic in early September.  More>>

NMC Looking to Purchase TC Land for Student Housing

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A deal could be in the works between Traverse City and Northwestern Michigan College. The school wants to buy nearly four acres of city property for student housing.  More>>

Jury Selected for Amber Smith Murder Trial

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Jury selection starts today in the Amber Smith murder trial. Smith is accused of shooting her fiance, Trenton Mallory, in their home in Center Township in Emmet County back in March.  More>>

DNR Auctions Off Newaygo County Properties

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is auctioning off more than 100 state-owned properties on October 17.  More>>

Cheboygan City Manager Fired

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A Northern Michigan city manager fired during a council meeting Monday morning. Cheboygan City Manager Dale Stuart was fired after a motion was made during a meeting between the mayor and city council.  More>>

Virginia Man Rescued by GT County K-9 Unit

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A Virginia man is recovering Monday afternoon after being rescued by a sheriff's K-9 unit. Police say a 90-year-old man walked away from a hotel, in Grand Traverse County.  More>>

Sheriff Investigating TC Pet Store Break-In

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Detectives are looking for answers after a Grand Traverse County break-in.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Red Light Cameras

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A new report shows that red light cameras may be a big revenue earner for cities. Chicago has had them since 2003. Since then they have earned the city more than $520 million. More>>

Enterovirus Claims Michigan Toddler's Life

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A Michigan toddler has died of Enterovirus D-68, another reminder of how dangerous the illness can be. Madeline Reid died at Children's Hospital of Michigan, on Friday. More>>

Airline Service Restored to Chicago Airports

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Chicago's main air traffic control center is back up and running today -- more than two weeks after the fire that led to the cancellation of thousands of flights, including several flights at Cherry Capital Airport.  More>>

Man Killed Crossing Marquette County Road

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A man is dead after being hit by a minivan while crossing the road with a group of people in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  More>>

Gov. Snyder, Mark Schauer Debate at Gubernatorial Town Hall Forum in Detroit

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The one and only Gubernatorial Town Hall Forum happened last night, in Detroit. It was a chance for Republican Governor Rick Snyder, and Democratic challenger Mark Schauer, to talk about their views on the big issues this election year.  More>>

Mecosta County Motorcycle Accident Injures Big Rapids Man

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A Big Rapids man ran into a pick-up truck with his motorcycle.  More>>

Traffic Delays in Grand Traverse County

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Construction at the intersection of M-22 and M-72, in Traverse City, isn't done yet.And, starting this morning, the Michigan Department of Transportation will be shutting down the traffic signal near Tom's West Bay.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Keeping a Job

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Staying in one job for the long haul could be a thing of the past. According to a new study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, educated, high-skill employees are now only keeping jobs for about four hand a half years.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Prisoner Air Mattress

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The Michigan Corrections Department is fighting a decision that lets an inmate sleep on an air mattress. Richard Boone, an inmate at Pugsley Correctional Facility in Kingsley, had his right hip replaced and a major surgery on the other leg.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Fall on The Island Festival

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This weekend Drummond Island will be buzzing with activity. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Death with Dignity

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When a 29-year old woman in California was given six months to live, she decided she wasn't going to let brain cancer choose when she dies.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Terror At Tee Lake

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Tee Lake Resort is a classic summer getaway, bringing families back year after year. However, once fall arrives the entire place transforms into a Halloween attraction. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Beards in Prison

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The Supreme Court heard arguments on a controversial case today. It involves the State of Arkansas and a Muslim prisoner who's fighting for his right to keep his beard.  More>>

MTM On the Road: "Ready for you" Meals at Meijer

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It can be one of the biggest stressors in a busy day, 'what's for dinner?' More>>

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