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Local Choir Looking Forward to Big Concert This Weekend

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Practice makes perfect. A chorus group has been doing just that for months now -- preparing for their big concert. A small town choir has been singing as one for more than 13 years.  More>>

New Virus Causing Concerns in Northern Michigan

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Sickness seems to be on many people's mind this time of year and it's not just the typical flu. A new strain of Enterovirus has caught the attention of many in Northern Michigan.  More>>

Fall Season of the National Writers Series Kicks-Off

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A kick-off to the fall season of the National Writers Series started tonight at the Traverse City Opera House. More>>

Short-Term Solution Made for Traverse City History Center

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The Traverse City History Center will stay open at least through the end of the year. More>>

Weapon found at Kingsley School

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A few tense moments in the Kingsley School District today after a student brought a weapon to school.An email was sent out to parents after students told staff members that a another student brought a weapon to school. More>>

Multiple County Chase Leads to Two Arrests

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More details on a police chase through three counties Sunday night. Mecosta County deputies went to check on a suspicious car in Mecosta just before midnight. More>>

Mt. Pleasant Police Warn of Thefts From Cars

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Police in Mt. Pleasant want people around town to be sure to lock their cars at night.In the last few weeks, Mt. Pleasant City Police have seen an uptick in car break-ins and items taken from unlocked cars. More>>

Kalkaska Kindergartner Passes Away Friday

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Family and friends remember a young girl who lost her life this weekend.
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Community Center Renovated Months After Spring Flood Damage

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A small town community building that was in disrepair earlier this summer has been given a new facelift. The Gladwin Community Building closed its doors after flooding from a nearby river caused thousands of dollars in damages. More>>

Phillips Baby Kate Murder Case Dismissed

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A judge dismissed an open murder charge against Sean Phillips, the father of Katherine Phillips, who disappeared more than three years ago. More>>

Northern Michigan Discusses Plant Protection After First Frost

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Parts of Northern Michigan already have dealt with their first frost of the season. As we just heard, more farms and gardens may be impacted by frost tonight. More>>

New Lumber Company Opens in Cheboygan

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A welcome sight for builders and homeowners, a new lumber company is now open. It's in place of Cheboygan Lumber which closed months ago. After Cheboygan Lumber closed, people were forced to drive as far as 80 miles for a similar business.  More>>

GT Health Department Explains Strep Infection

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Northern Michigan's News Leader spoke with the Grand Traverse Health Department about strep infection. They say it's common this time of year, but is usually much more mild. More>>

Buzzfeed Names Emmet County Park as Great Stargazing Spot

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A popular website is creating quite the "buzz" about a Northern Michigan park. Buzzfeed, a go-to for most things viral online, named Emmet County's International Dark Sky Park one of the best stargazing spots in the entire U.S.  More>>

Driver Crashes into Brick Sign in Gladwin

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Police are investigating an injury accident in Ogemaw County. It happened at Parkway and North State streets in Gladwin.  More>>

UPDATE: Woman Dies in Cadillac Car Accident, Man Arrested

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An update on the deadly Cadillac accident. State Police have identifies the downstate victim of the crash between a car and semi-trailer early Saturday morning on M-115 in Wexford County. More>>

GM Increases Ignition Switch Deaths to Nineteen

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New details have been released Monday on General Motor's ignition switch flaw. The automaker previously linked 13 deaths and 54 accident to the problem.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Tip the Maid

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Hotel chain Marriott is encouraging guests to tip housekeeping staff. It's part of a new program called The Envelope Please. More>>

UPDATE: Teen Killed in GT County Accident

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Police have identified the 19-year-old Grand Traverse County man who died after a two car accident Saturday night. The accident happened shortly before 10:30 p.m. on Williamsburg Road near Woodcrest Lane in Whitewater Township. More>>

Ford Fiesta Under Investigation for Door Latch Issues

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Safety regulators are investigating multiple complaints about the doors on some Ford Fiesta cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 61 complaints filed say the doors won't latch properly. More>>

Suicide Prevention Walk Raises Awareness About Mental Illness

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It's suicide prevention week -- and some people came together today to raise awareness and talk about the tragedy of mental illness. More>>

MTM On The Road: Sage's Garden Goods

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At just 10 years old, Sage Brown has created one of the tastiest products in Northern Michigan. The Elk Rapids 5th grader is CEO of Sage's Garden Goods, freshly made pesto that is locally grown. More>>

Seven Year Old Girl Shot in Detroit

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A 7-year-old girl riding her bike along the sidewalk, in her neighborhood, was critically-injured when gunshots were fired between two vehicles.  More>>

Three Babies' Bodies Found in Massachusetts Home

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 The people of a small Massachusetts town are remembering three newborns, and praying for their surviving siblings. 
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Family and Friends Unite to Remember Coldsprings-Excelsior Assistant Fire Chief

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Family and friends coming together tonight to remember an assistant fire chief in Kalkaska County who died earlier this week. More>>

Benefit Held for Injured Bull Rider

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It's been just over a month since Nathan Davis's tragic bull riding accident -- and today he stood tall beside his family and community at a benefit in his honor. More>>

First Frost Worries Farmers

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"We need warm, dry weather to get this crop to mature," said farmer Harold Sheffer. And that's why frost is a very scary thought for many northern michigan farmers right now. More>>

Van Drives Through Newaygo Business

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The H. R. Block office in Newaygo needs some work on its outer facade, after a Pontiac Montana crashed into it Saturday. More>>

NHL Prospects Tournament Has Come To Traverse City

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NHL hockey has come to Northern Michigan -- and the public is invited to come and spectate. This weekend Traverse City is host to the NHL Prospects Tournament and Training Camp.  More>>

Mass Casualty Exercise Prepares Responders for Major Accidents

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In dangerous a multi-car or large passenger vehicle accidents -- local responders might need some extra help. More>>

Third Annual Traverse City Patriots Game Tonight

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The 3rd annual Traverse City Patriot football game took place tonight at Thirlby field. More>>

Man Arrested in Crawford County for Mobile Meth Lab

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A routine traffic stop led to a meth arrest. Crawford County police say Michigan State Police pulled a man over on I-75 north of Roscommon for a traffic violation around 4:00 p.m. Friday. More>>

Beacon Dental Offered Free Dental Care in Gaylord Friday

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One northern michigan dental office is putting a smile on the faces of those without dental insurance. The Beacon Dental Center in Gaylord in Otsego County provided free dental care at their office today.  More>>

Free Spanning the Maple River Project Receives Big Boost

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Good news for the Maple River in the tip of the mitt. The non-profit group, Conservation Resource Alliance, is leading restoration efforts for the river.  More>>

Charlevoix AmeriCorps Members Sworn In During Nationwide Ceremony

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AmeriCorps members across the nation were sworn in during a live ceremony with President Obama and former President Bill Clinton today.  More>>

Health Officials Seeing Increase in Respiratory Illness, Symptoms Similar to Enterovirus

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As the Enterovirus continues to sicken people across the Midwest, doctors in Northern Michigan say they're seeing an increase in patients with similar symptoms. More>>

Committee Recommends Helping The TC History Center

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City Commissioners hope to help the Traverse City History Center stay open through the end of the year. More>>

Cooler Temperatures Affect Northern Michigan Businesses

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These cooler temperatures are helping some businesses, but hurting others. More>>

Cadillac Police Investigating Amvets Post Break-In, Reward Offered

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Police are looking for help finding robbers who broke into a local Amvets Post. The Vice Commander of Post 110, in Cadillac, found the damage this morning when he came in to lower the flags for 9/11. More>>

Burst in Chimney Cleanings in Cadillac

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Some people are turning on their heat, and for some that means starting a fire in the fireplace or wood stove. Positive Chimney in Cadillac has a rush of people asking to have their their chimneys cleaned.  More>>

Solar Power Conference Draws in Large Crowd

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It's not a new concept, but definitely one that is taking off right now, especially in Northern Michigan. Solar power is becoming a hot topic around the nation and something many are considering.  More>>

2014 Michigan Wolf Hunt Will Not Happen

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The Chairman of the Natural Resources Commission says Michigan's wolf hunt will not happen this year. More>>

Break-In Suspect Arrested in Florida

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The man accused of two break-ins in Mason County has been located in Florida. The Sheriff's Department says Raymond Anthony broke into several businesses in Ludington last fall.  More>>

Thousands of Acres No Longer Available for Lease at State Park

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The Department of Natural Resources decided not to lease mineral rights for a piece of Northern Michigan land. The rights were for under Hartwick Pines State Park near Grayling in Crawford County.  More>>

Kalkaska County Assistant Fire Chief Dies in Line of Duty, Flags Lowered

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Flags at the State Capitol will be lowered to half-staff on Monday, Sept. 15 to honor an assistant fire chief in Kalkaska County. William Wiita died Monday, Sept. 8 after responding to an emergency call in Excelsior Township.  More>>

Michigan DNR Gets Grant to Research, Monitor White-Nose Syndrome in Bats

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Michigan is one of 30 states getting federal funding to research white-nose syndrome in bats. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is getting $52,500 to continue disease surveillance and testing, population monitoring... More>>

Liberia in Need of More Beds for Ebola Patients

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New information on the deadly Ebola outbreak. Liberian officials now say the county is at war with the virus.They say so many people are infected that the capital, Monrovia, will need at least 1,000 beds in isolation units.  More>>

Disagreement on Capitol Hill Over ISIS Plan

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It seems most on Capitol Hill agree something needs to be done about ISIS, but not all agree on the same plan. Lawmakers are asking the Obama administration tough questions about a possible vote next week.  More>>

TC Not Responsible for Declining Property Values Below Brown Bridge Dam

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A judge says that Traverse City is not responsible for declining property values that could be linked to the October 2012 Brown Bridge Dam failure and flooding. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Manistee Co. Estate

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When it comes to amazing properties in Northern Michigan, one cannot find one that offers much more 'fun' than this Brethren home.  More>>

UPDATE: Convicted Killer Caught after Escaping from Ohio Prison

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UPDATE:Police captured T.J. Lane around 1:30 a.m. Friday morning, hiding by a church about 100 yards away from the prison.  More>>

Montcalm County Rollover Sends Man to Hospital in Critical Condition

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A Stanton man is in critical condition this morning after being involved in a Montcalm County rollover accident. Police say a Mt. Pleasant pickup truck driver towing a trailer failed to stop at a stop sign. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: How do You Volunteer?

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Every year, the United Way of Northwest Michigan hosts a Day of Caring. Yesterday, it drew out more than 400 volunteers to tackle more than 30 projects. More>>

Pistorius Found Guilty of Manslaughter

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"He is found guilty of culpable homicide."A judge in South Africa has convicted Olympian, Oscar Pistorius, of manslaughter for killing his girlfriend on Valentines Day last year.  More>>

Ford Issues Recall of 74,000 Older Hybrid SUVs for Engine Problem

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Ford announced a recall linked to engine failure and a higher chance of crashing. The auto-maker is recalling about 74,000 older-model gas-electric hybrid SUV's in the U.S. and Canada to fix a stalling problem. More>>

Child Expo Highlights Safety Preparedness

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The people who respond in an emergency worked together tonight to put on an event all about safety for kids. The Cadillac Fire Department has been hosting this Child Safety Expo for 13 years.  More>>

Local Firefighters Honor and Remember Fallen Brothers and Sisters

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Firefighters lined the streets to honor their brothers and sisters who died 13 years ago today. Lake City's Fire Department put on their annual memorial ride tonight.  More>>

Weather Affecting Local Tomato Crop

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The chilly weather we've had is affecting the Northern Michigan tomato crop. More>>

Free Monthly Film Screenings Return at Dennos Museum

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Free monthly film screenings returned to Traverse City's Dennos Museum tonight. More>>

Exceptional Riders Program Seeks Volunteers

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The Exceptional Riders Program at the Bay Harbor Equestrian Club needs volunteers. More>>

Hook and Hunting: Seven New TB Free Counties

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The US Department of Agriculture declared seven Northern Michigan counties free of bovine tuberculosis.The disease attacks cows but is also present in deer herds. Charlevoix, Antrim, Cheboygan, Crawford, Emmet, Otsego and Presque Isle Counties are now considered TB-free. More>>

Meijer Offers Free Junior Hunting License for Two Days

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Meijer is offering free junior deer hunting licenses this weekend. Hunters 16 years old or younger can pick one up at any Meijer stores in Michigan on Friday, September 12 and Saturday, September 13.  More>>

Cheboygan Community Gathers to Remember 9/11

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Thirteen years ago today, attacks shook our nation.  More>>

Kalkaska County Waives Peterson's Jail Bill

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A man set free Monday after his murder conviction was overturned was handed a bill for the time he spent in the Kalkaska county jail. More>>

Volunteers Build Wheelchair Ramps During Day Of Caring

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Hundreds of people across Northern Michigan volunteered on Thursday to help others. More>>

BATA Bike-N-Ride Program Offered Through Fall

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A popular bus route will now be available for a little longer. The BATA Bike-N-Ride program was so well received over the summer, they're offering it through the fall. More>>

Enrollment Grows at Online School Based in Manistee

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An online school based in Manistee is seeing substantial growth this school year. More>>

MSP Investigating Bank, Credit Union Robberies Downstate

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Michigan State Police are asking for your help identifying a bank and credit union robbery suspect. They're looking for the man in the photos in connection with a Chemical Bank robbery in Freeland that took place on August 26.  More>>

Propane Tanker Crash Closes Section of M-37 Wednesday, Victims in Fair Condition

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"This corner is always a hazard in the rain," said Theo Webber, Chief for Grand Traverse Rural Fire Department. A crash involving a propane tanker truck closed down part of M-37 for much of the day Wednesday.  More>>

What's Going on In West Michigan: Backpacking, Soo Locks, Salmon, and Scares

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Fall is quickly approaching and so are the many family-friendly events that come along with it. Today, we're introducing a brand new segment featuring an array of things to do around West Michigan. More>>

Toyota Recalls 130,000 New Pickups for Side Air Bag Problem

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Toyota is recalling thousands of new pickup trucks because plastic trim can interfere with the side air bags. The automaker says about 130,000 Tundra full-size Crew-Max and Double Cab versions from the 2014 model year... More>>

Governor Snyder Announces $7.5 million in Deep Freeze Aid

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Financial aid is now available to 32 Northern Michigan communities hit hard by last winter's deep freeze. The $7.5 million in aid from the state is meant to repair damage to infrastructure in 12 counties including Alger, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Delta, Emmet, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Luce, Mackinac and Marquette counties. More>>

O'Neal Lake Dam Fails in Emmet County

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says heavy rain likely caused a state-owned dam to fail. The O'Neal Lake Dam on Big Sucker Creek in Emmet County forms the 150 acre O'Neal Lake. More>>

Gmail Addresses, Passwords Appear on Russian Forum

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Gmail users may want to change their passwords. A new warning from Gmail says 5 million Gmail addresses and passwords appeared on a Russian bitcoin forum.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Tattoos at Work

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Many companies asked their inked employees to cover up their tattoos when they come to work. But Starbucks is thinking about giving baristas a break.  More>>

Chin Pleads Not Guilty to Mail Fraud for 2012 Meningitis Outbreak

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Fifteen people are dead, and close to 200 people caught a deadly disease, and now the person responsible was in federal court, today.  More>>

Sightseeing In Northern Michigan: Ebels of Downtown Falmouth

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You've heard the saying over and over on TV and radio."Beautiful downtown Falmouth, and we think it really is beautiful, but there really is no downtown." More>>

Seven Northern Michigan Counties Declared Bovine TB Free

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Northern Michigan has been battling this disease for 19 years, but now that's changed. Today, federal officials have tentatively declared seven Northern Michigan counties free of a disease that has been killing livestock and wildlife,  More>>

MTM On The Road: 9/11 Memorial Morning

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13 years ago today, Chief Pat Parker of the Grand Traverse Metro Fire Department vowed that the community would "never forget." More>>

President Obama Authorizes Air-Strikes in Iraq and Syria

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In an announcement to the Nation on Wednesday night, President Obama said he was authorizing U.S. air-strikes in Iraq and Syria, as well as seeking help from allies. More>>

Man Arrested After Running From Police in Mecosta County

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On Wednesday night, police arrested a man who ran from them and then took off in a stolen pick-up truck. More>>

13th Anniversary of September 11th Attacks

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Today marks the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, and Americans around the world will pause to honor the thousands of lives lost in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania. More>>

Michigan State Police Wet Weather Driving Tips

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Michigan State Police reported 17 accidents in Grand Traverse County today, several of which involved some level of injury. More>>

Wexford County Planning Commission Approves Verizon Tower Permit

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The Wexford County Planning Commission met Wednesday night to discuss a new Verizon cell phone tower. More>>

Canning at Pond Hill Farm

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The clinking of a mason jar, is a nostalgic sound for many, meaning canning season and fall is upon us."I love to can, my mother canned. It's a way to preserve in abundance.  More>>

Missing Cheboygan County Man Found

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Police say Frank McCarty has been found safe in Port Austin. More>>

Clare County Emergency Management Conducts Training Exercise

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The Clare County Emergency Management Department is conducting an emergency exercise out of the Village of Farwell. Emergency responders are practicing what would happen if there was a private bus-train crash at the Corning Street Crossing. More>>

The Lakeview Celebrates 50 Years in Cadillac

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Today, The Lakeview of Cadillac celebrated 50 years of meeting the needs of senior citizens. The nursing home has changed quite a bit over the last five decades. More>>

Woman Dies in Cheboygan County Head-On Crash

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One woman is dead after a head-on crash Wednesday morning. The accident happened on M-68 near M-33 in Koehler Township in Cheboygan County.  More>>

Mental Health Facilities Offer Help to Prevent Suicide

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It's National Suicide Prevention Week and mental health facilities want people to know more about depression and the toll it can take.  More>>

Traverse City 2014 National Writers Series Brings Big Names

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A celebration of the book, the written word and the inspired authors behind them begins it's 5th season in Traverse City. The National Writers Series is a non profit that aims to inspire writers and bring the community together through the power of storytelling.  More>>

Bass Sentenced for Clare County Murder

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A Northern Michigan woman will spend at least 15 years in prison for murder. Oanh Kieu-Bass learned her sentence this morning for the murder of Floyd Dennis. More>>

Some Driver Responsibility Fees Could be Replaced With Community Service

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A bill allowing drivers owing extra "responsibility" fees for certain offences to perform 10 hours of community service instead was approved today.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Harps Making a Difference

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A piece of art that can help heal people during their toughest times. Gabrielle Harps are hand made in Traverse City by Jerry Wares.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Licensing Laws

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A crash on 1-96 in southwest Michigan left two people dead late last week. After further investigation, it turns out the man that caused the accident should not have been driving.  More>>

Man Arrested in Otsego County for Having Stolen Property

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Otsego County officers trying to help a stuck vehicle say they arrested one man for having stolen property.  More>>

Discovering the Shipwreck of the Nelson in Lake Superior

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You may think of shipwreck hunting as an adventure. Man battling the sea, wind and waves. In truth, scanning the Great Lakes for clues can be monotonous. But it all pays off when you finally get that blip on a sonar screen. More>>

FBI Investigates Body Donation Programs

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The FBI is investigating programs in at least three states that collect human bodies donated for scientific research, medical training, and other purposes. More>>

Shepherd Man in Jail After Running From Police

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Mecosta County Deputies say they tried to stop the car last night, because it did not have a license plate or tail lights. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday

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Each week we search through the web to find an interesting or even helpful article to show you in What's Trending Wednesday. More>>

Benzie County Preparing for Possible Severe Weather

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With the chance of heavy rain and even more severe weather, many areas along the lakeshore in Northern Michigan are preparing. High winds have Benzie County on alert and many spent today preparing for what could hit tomorrow.  More>>

Traverse City On Top Ten List of Vacation Places to Live

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Traverse city has made another top 10 list, this time it's one of the best vacation towns to live in year-round. More>>

Traverse Health Clinic Kicks Off Match Challenge

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A local health provider has the opportunity to help more people with their medical needs, but they need your help first. The Traverse Health Clinic has been offered a$25,000 match grantby the American Proficiency Institute.  More>>

City of Cadillac Awarded $2 Million Grant

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The city of Cadillac is getting a $2 million grant for its waste and storm water systems. The money will go toward planning, maintaining and revamping its existing infrastructure. More>>

Harbor Continues Dock and Boat Clean Up

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More potentially severe weather is on the way as some Northern Michigan communities continue cleaning up from the last wave of severe storms. More>>

GT Metro Fire Dept. Executes Training Exercise

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Firefighters save one of their own who's trying to save someone else. More>>

Harrison Teen Frightens Family With Assault

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"It looked like a real gun to me. I can say that I've never been that scared of getting shot before," said Shop and Save owner Chuck Powell. Powell feared for his life as he tried to protect his business. More>>

Health Officials React To Spread Of Enterovirus D68

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A nationwide virus outbreak isn't in Northern Michigan yet, but it could be soon. More>>

The Death of Tpr. Butterfield: A Year Later

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With a year to reflect, police are truly seeing the impact of Trooper Paul Butterfield's death.Today, his fellow troopers came together at his station in Mason County thanked everyone who's supported them in the last year and those who helped that night. More>>

Witkowski Sentenced for Child Abuse

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A Manistee County man is headed to prison for abusing his girlfriend's daughter. The crime happened in Manistee, last summer.  More>>

Attorney General Launches OK2SAY statewide initiative in Cadillac

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Attorney General Bill Schuette helped roll out a new statewide program designed to keep students safe in Wexford County. More>>

McGowan's Menu: Monte's Family Restaurant in Harrison

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Since 1981, Monte's Family Restaurant has kept it in the family. It has been a family restaurant in every sense of the word. Family patriarch Sylvester Tagliamonte, now 83, founded the place, and he still keeps his hand in the restaurant.  More>>

Remembering, Honoring Trooper Paul Butterfield

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One year ago today, Trooper Paul Butterfield was killed in the line of duty. Today, many will honor him and remember his legacy. A special program starts at 1:00 p.m. at the Pere Marquette Township Fire Hall in Mason County.  More>>

Two Injured in Traverse City Crash

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Two people were taken to the hospital after an SUV collided with three other vehicles. Investigation shows an SUV crashed into three stopped cars in the turn lane.  More>>

President Obama Creating Counter-Terror Mission Against ISIS

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President Obama is releasing details to key lawmakers about the new counter-terror mission against ISIS militants. Top congressional leaders are sitting down at the White House Tuesday to hear the strategy to defeat and destroy ISIS.  More>>

Michigan Lawmakers Discuss Birth Control Offered by Businesses

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Birth control bills will take center stage in Lansing today. Democratic lawmakers are proposing bills that would require businesses to provide information to workers about insurance coverage for contraceptives and birth control.  More>>

Isabella County Police Arrest Three for CMU Assault, Robbery

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Police arrested three people accused of robbing and beating a Central Michigan University student. The assault happened in a parking lot on the north side of campus during Welcome Week last month. More>>

TC Police Investigating Cafe Break-In

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Traverse City police are investigating a burglary at the Om Cafe on Lake Avenue. It happened sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning.  More>>

Two Accused of Shooter's Break-In, Separate Home Invasion

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An update on the suspects involved in a Grand Traverse County break-in, last month. Brandon Miller and Trevor Manning face charges for breaking into, and stealing weapons from Shooters Indoor Gun and Archery Range, in Blair Township. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Banning Homework

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For many students in Northern Michigan, this week is the first full week back to school. As students and parents adjust to back to school schedules, homework is always an adjustment. More>>

Chesapeake Energy Goes to Trial for Northern Michigan Racketeering Charges

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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says Chesapeake Energy will go on trial for racketeering charges. Chesapeake is accused of buying up land leases to drive away competition, then canceling the deals in northern lower Michigan in 2010.  More>>

Sault Ste Marie Motorcyclist Dies in Crawford County Accident

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An accident in Crawford County turned deadly after a motorcycle crashed into an on coming car. It happened along M-72 Monday. Deputies say the motorcycle crashed into a van pulling out of a business parking lot.  More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Tina, Natalie and Angel

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Each week we feature pets looking for a loving home to call their own. More>>

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  • Kalkaska Kindergartner Passes Away Friday

    Kalkaska Kindergartner Passes Away Friday

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:19 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:19:09 GMT
    Family and friends remember a young girl who lost her life this weekend.
    Family and friends remember a young girl who lost her life this weekend.
  • UPDATE: Woman Dies in Cadillac Car Accident, Man Arrested

    UPDATE: Woman Dies in Cadillac Car Accident, Man Arrested

    Monday, September 15 2014 1:19 PM EDT2014-09-15 17:19:22 GMT
    An update on the deadly Cadillac accident. State Police have identifies the downstate victim of the crash between a car and semi-trailer early Saturday morning on M-115 in Wexford County.
    An update on the deadly Cadillac accident. State Police have identifies the downstate victim of the crash between a car and semi-trailer early Saturday morning on M-115 in Wexford County.
  • Phillips Baby Kate Murder Case Dismissed

    Phillips Baby Kate Murder Case Dismissed

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:06 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:06:19 GMT
    A judge dismissed an open murder charge against Sean Phillips, the father of Katherine Phillips, who disappeared more than three years ago.
    A judge dismissed an open murder charge against Sean Phillips, the father of Katherine Phillips, who disappeared more than three years ago.
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