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We went looking through the web today to find an intresting article that you could use. As the summer is down to its last days you might be planing you last get away. More>>

Culvert Replacement Means Long Detour for Cheboygan County

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A Cheboygan County road closure is giving some drivers quite a headache -- and a long detour. More>>

UPDATE: Cheboygan Co. Condo Fire Ruled An Accident

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A Cheboygan County fire from last week destroyed several condominiums. Police ruled it an accident, but have not said what started it. More>>

Marijuana Seized From Wexford County Business

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Police have taken marijuana from a Wexford County business for not following a cease and desist order. Tuesday, police also seized money and business records from Magic Buds Medical Cannabis in Mesick, Wexford County.  More>>

Traverse City Tourism Lulls Following Big Festivals

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With the summer's biggest festivals out of the way, you might think the Cherry Capital would start to quiet down. But businesses say there's still more to come. Events like the Cherry and Film Festivals are a memory now. More>>

Peninsula Drive Residents Have Safety Concerns

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People who live along, and use a Grand Traverse County road are concerned about safety, especially after a woman was killed along the road last night. More>>

Attorneys React To Judge Overturning Murder, Rape Conviction Against Jamie Peterson

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A man convicted of rape and murder nearly two decades ago could get the chance for a new trial. Jamie Peterson was convicted of raping and murdering Geraldine Montgomery at her home in 1996. More>>

Mobile Meth Lab Found During Wexford County Traffic Stop, Three Arrested

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Police are still looking for this man tonight after running away during a traffic stop. Troopers say they found chemicals and meth making items in the woman's car on Sunday in South Branch Township.  More>>

Petoskey-Charlevoix County Fair Kicks Off

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Petoskey is getting ready for big crowds this week... And it's all part of an annual tradition.  More>>

Good Samaritans, Dispatcher Helps Save Ohio Woman

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The call was of an Ohio woman screaming she was being attacked by demons and needed help.She left it on the voicemail of a local woman's cell phone. More>>

Woman Hit, Killed by Driver in Grand Traverse County

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A Traverse City woman died after being hit by a car in Peninsula Township. More>>

Vehicle Crashes into Cadillac's Lakeside Title Storefront, Driver Arrested

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"This is a building that can be repaired but peoples lives you cant bring them back." Major damage left behind from an SUV barreling into a Cadillac business.  More>>

UPDATE: Smith Sentenced for Running Drug House, Having Meth in TC

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An update on a meth bust back in May. A woman involved has been sentenced for her role. In July, Elizabeth Smith pleaded guilty to having meth and running a drug house.  More>>

McGowan's Menu: Peninsula Grill on Old Mission Peninsula

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It's in the middle of wine country, and you will find many of those wines at the Peninsula Grill. Just a ten minute ride up the Old Mission Peninsula, the Peninsula Grill has been serving tourists and locals year round for 13 years.  More>>

UPDATE: Teen Tuber Dies After Being Pulled from Muskegon River

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An unfortunate update on a story we first brought you Sunday. The 16-year-old boy who was pulled unconscious from the Muskegon River during a tubing trip has died.  More>>

Rescue Crews Save Families in Phoenix Flood

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Developing news out of Phoenix, Arizona today. Rescue crews rescued a family trapped inside their home. Floodwaters raged outside the home as a rescue helicopter hovered above the home. More>>

St. Louis Police Officer Shoots, Kills Man with Knife

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Officials in St. Louis say one person is dead after a shooting involving a police officer. They say a man tried to rob a convenience store with a knife. More>>

Thousands of Gallons of Fuel Oil Spills into Ohio River

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An overnight oil spill leaked 5,000 to 8,000 gallons of fuel oil into the Ohio River. It happened at the Duke Energy Station near Cincinnati.  More>>

Blind Runner Raising Money for Granddaughter on 11,000 Mile Journey

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Another runner making headlines today. A 62-year-old man is on his way to running 420 marathons. But he isn't the average long distance runner. David Kuhn is blind.  More>>

Monroe County Woman Found After Report of Kidnapping Could Face Charges

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More details on a Michigan woman reported missing and found a day later. The prosecutor is now looking at the case and could decide this week if charges will be filed.  More>>

White House Denying Public Access to Records Linked to Health Care Website

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The White House says it will not issue public access to federal records linked to the government's health care website, saying it could jeopardize online security. More>>

MTM On The Road: The Shedd Aquarium

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It's the largest indoor aquarium in the world and features more than 30,000 animals. The Shedd Aquarium is one of the busiest attractions in Chicago. More>>

One Man Injured in Ionia County Motorcycle Accident

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A Lyons man is recovering this morning after flying off of his motorcycle. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Trying Your Luck

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Lottery players all know "you can't win if you don't play."But one Detroit-area winner ended up losing, big time. A Fantasy 5 Jackpot ticket worth $218,000 went unclaimed for a year.  More>>

Recaro Recalls Thousands of Child Safety Seats

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The Recaro company is recalling 39,000 forward facing child safety seats because of safety concerns in potential crashes.  More>>

Thousands of Brita Children's Water Bottles Recalled

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Brita issued a warning linked to children's water filter bottles. They are recalling more than 242,000 bottles.The lids of the bottles can break into pieces with sharp points. More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Noel, Cantina and Colleen

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Today, we have three different furry friends looking for a loving owner to take them home. More>>

Culvert Replacement Closes Part of Black River Road in Cheboygan County

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People traveling in parts of Cheboygan County will need to look for alternate routes because of a road closure. Starting tomorrow, Black River Road in Cheboygan County will be closed from North Allis Highway to Red Bridge Road.  More>>

Report Shows Many Have Not Saved Money for Retirement

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If you haven't started saving for your retirement, you are not the only one. According to a report put out by BankRate.com, more than one third of Americans have not saved any money for their retirement.  More>>

Farmers Expect Lower Yield for Corn Harvest

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The harvest of one of the largest commercial crops in Northern Michigan is getting a late start. Farmers are starting to harvest their sweet corn, but, thanks to Mother Nature, some farmers are looking at lower crop yields. More>>

Local Housing Market Prices Rising

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Local home prices have gone up, but sales appear to have slowed down in northwest Michigan. More>>

Midland Woman Injured in Accident with Tanker Truck

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A 51-year-old Midland woman is seriously injured after her car was struck by a tanker truck. The accident happened at the intersection of East Indian and Ashman Road in Midland.  More>>

Diver Dies Off Presque Isle County Lake Huron Shore

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A second diver in one week died while exploring Great Lakes shipwrecks. A Midland man died off the shore of Lake Huron in Presque Isle County Sunday.  More>>

Cherry Harvesting Season Wraps Up

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Despite the late start to the season, cherry growers call this year's crop great. The harsh winter forced cherry growers to begin harvesting a few weeks later this year. But, they say it didn't hurt them or their fruit at all. More>>

Morgan Accused of Torturing, Killing Dog in 2011

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New details on a story we've been following since 2011. The man accused of killing a dog in Oceana County has finally been charged.  More>>

Kalkaska County Judge Overturns Murder, Rape Conviction Against Jamie Peterson

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We have an update on a Kalkaska County cold case. Today, a judge overturned the murder and rape conviction against Jamie Peterson.  More>>

Two Lake Township Officials Accused of Embezzlement

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Township officials accused mishandling public money have been officially charged. The embezzlement investigation is centered in Lake Township near Houghton Lake in Roscommon County.  More>>

Experts Call Scuba Diving Safe Despite Recent Accidents

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Experts are calling two recent diving accidents in Northern Michigan very unusual. More>>

Man Accused of Mecosta County Assault Following Argument

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The Mecosta County Sheriff's Office says Eugene Kailing rammed his car into his neighbor's in a driveway in Martiny Township around 11:00 Friday night. More>>

UPDATE: Two Named in Grand Traverse Co. Meth Investigation

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The Traverse Narcotics Team, along with deputies Michigan State Police, arrested three people in Grand Traverse County for making meth and distributing heroin.  More>>

Dollar General Offers Larger Bid for Family Dollar Stores

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It's a multi-billion dollar bidding war in discount business. Dollar General offered an all-cash bid of nearly $10 billion for rival Family Dollar.  More>>

Castro Sworn In as New HUD Secretary

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The new head of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development was sworn in Monday. Julian Castro joins President Obama's cabinet as the new HUD Secretary. More>>

Detroit Announces Water Fund to Help Residents Make Payments

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United Way, Ford Motor Fund and the General Motors Foundation are giving a total of $200,000 to pay overdue water bills in Detroit.  More>>

Mecosta Co. Deputies Search for Rollover Hit and Run Suspect

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Mecosta County deputies are searching for a black car, tinted windows, that was involved in a rollover accident, Saturday night.  More>>

Otsego County Fair Celebrates 133 Years

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The Otsego County Fair is in full swing already as this is the 133rd year for the county fair. The fairgrounds are in Gaylord where you can get feed your carnival sweet tooth.  More>>

Independent Autopsy Results Show Michael Brown Was Shot Six Times

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A second autopsy report is giving new light to the investigation surrounding the shooting death of Michael Brown. A pathologist was hired by Brown's family after the unarmed Missouri teen was shot by Officer Darren Wilson.  More>>

Rebel Attack in Ukraine Kills Dozens

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Dozens of civilians are dead in Ukraine after the latest rebel attack. They targeted a convoy of people trying to get out of the warn-torn eastern Ukraine. More>>

Iraq Army Takes Back Mosul Dam

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The Iraqi army says it has regained control of the strategic Mosul Dam. Today smoke is rising from the area where the battle happened. More>>

UPDATE: Two Charged with Kidnapping NY Amish Girls

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The father of two northern New York Amish girls says he feels sorry for the two people accused of unthinkable crimes against his daughters.  More>>

Motorcyclist Hits Horse in Saginaw County

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Saginaw police say a motorcyclist ran into a horse on a road in Saginaw County. It happened around 6:00 a.m. Monday along M-52.  More>>

Chesapeake Energy Returns to Cheboygan County Court For Key Hearing

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An update on an energy company accused of running a land-leasing scheme in Northern Michigan. Representatives from Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake Energy will be back in a Cheboygan County courtroom Monday.  More>>

Youth Corps in Traverse City Provides Jobs to Teenagers

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A summer program in Traverse City is providing more than 50 teenagers with job skills training, education and minimum wage pay. More>>

Liberia Ebola Quarantine Center Raided Over Weekend

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Officials in Liberia now fear the Ebola virus is spreading even further. That's after a mob raided a treatment center in the capital city on Saturday.  More>>

Pope Francis Completes Trip to Asia

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Today marked the last day of Pope Francis' trip to Asia. In his last Mass in the country, Pope Francis challenged all Koreans to reject their mindset of suspicion and confrontation.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: UFO Over Houston

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As we all know, you can't believe everything you see on the Internet. But pictures posted this week on Twitter show something strange over the skies of Houston.  More>>

Camp Grayling Investigation Recommends Removal

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Theft, destruction of property and nepotism are all linked to an investigation into wrongdoing at Camp Grayling. A Michigan National Guard investigation is now recommending the removal of seven people from the base, including two lieutenant colonels. More>>

Governor Rick Snyder Visits, Helps Flood Victims

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Flood damage in Oakland County has been estimated at $337 million. That number could rise as more reports come in. On Friday, Governor Rick Snyder visited one of the hardest hit areas, Royal Oak, surveying flood damage and helping residents. More>>

Military Equipment Transfers To MI Law Enforcement Reviewed

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Public records shows that Michigan police agencies have received $43 million worth of surplus military equipment. The Detroit Free Press states that it reviewed items that the Pentagon transferred to Michigan law enforcement going back to 2006.  More>>

Woodward Dream Cruise Visits Oakland County

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The annual celebration of classic car culture officially kicked off Saturday. The Woodward Dream Cruise ran through a number of Oakland County communities along the route. More>>

70 Cats Removed from Houghton Lake Home

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Seventy cats all taken from one home, and Animal Control Officers say this isn't the first time. More>>

Body Found Decade After Reported Missing

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Remains found in rural northeast Kentucky have been identified as those of a Michigan man reported missing a decade ago.  More>>

Vehicle Assault Between Neighbors, One Arrested

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A Rodney man is in jail after a dispute between neighbors. Deputies say he smashed into his neighbor's car three times while two people were inside it. More>>

Fourth Annual Traverse City Waterman Challenge Brings Thousands

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Paddle-boarders of all ages are getting out on the water this weekend for the 4th Annual Traverse City Waterman Challenge.  More>>

Buckley Old Engine Show Ends with Thousands in Attendance

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For the 47th year, a small Northern Michigan village took a trip to the past, bringing thousands of antique tractors and trains to tens of thousands of people.  More>>

Underground Electrical Fire on CMU's Campus

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A fire truck was seen on Broomfield Road near Thorpe Hall, Central Michigan University's campus, on Saturday.  


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Paella in the Park Giving Businesses a Boost

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Paella in the Park tonight in the open space. Another summer opportunity to have fun, and give businesses another boost. More>>

Busy Summer Season in Petoskey

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One Northern Michigan town is packed with tourists.Between Festival on the Bay and weddings, hotels in Petoskey are completely booked and stores are full. More>>

Expensive Silverware Stolen from a Leelanau County Home

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Expensive silverware was stolen from a Leelanau county home. More>>

Cold Lake Temperatures Increase Business in Manistee

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Cold lake temperatures mean fewer people taking a dip and more opening their wallets for other activities. More>>

Hoxeyville Music Festival Kicks Off

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Another Northern Michigan festival is underway in Wellston this weekend. More>>

Camp Grayling Celebrates Another Year of Service

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Camp Grayling celebrated another year of service at the 2014 Memorial Pass and Review on Friday. More>>

Ukrainian Officials Inspect Russian Aid Convoy

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Today a Russian aid convoy prepared to cross into the country. Ukrainian border and custom officials checked the trucks before allowing them entry into Ukraine. More>>

AAA Reports Gas Prices Drop

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The remaining weeks of August are some of the busiest travel times of the year- and experts say gas prices are steadily dropping.  More>>

Department of Energy Giving Michigan $23 Million for Vehicle Technology Programs

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New vehicle technology programs in Michigan are getting a big boost in support. The Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is providing $23 million to help boost the production of plug-in electric vehicles. More>>

Roscommon County Animal Shelter Needs Help Caring for 70 Cats

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Seventy cats were confiscated from a man in Houghton Lake over the past two days. The Roscommon County Animal Shelter is tackling the large task of caring for these animals. More>>

Bank Manager Accused of Filming Employees in Bathroom

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Mt. Pleasant police say a manager was caught videotaping employees in the bathroom. An employee at the Chemical Bank on Pickard Street found a camera in a toilet paper roll that was propped up behind the bathroom stall.  More>>

Vaccine to Fight Mosquito-Borne Virus Shows Promise

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Researchers say an experimental vaccine to treat the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus is showing promise. Researchers at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases looked at 25 healthy people for their study and found the vaccine was safe and tolerated well.  More>>

New Iraqi Prime Minister Has 30 Days to Form New Government

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A big announcement Thursday in Iraq. Haider Al-Abadi, the new Prime Minister, made a statement Friday. He says he is committed to fighting corruption and uniting the Iraqi people currently in the face of terrorism.  More>>

New Changes to 9&10 News Sunday Morning Lineup

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Changes are coming to your Sunday morning programming on 910 News. Starting this Sunday, August 17, we will now bring you a full hour of Face The Nation.  More>>

Possible Cardholder Data Breach at Supervalu Food Stores

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Grocery chain Supervalu is one of the newest companies linked to a suspected data breach.  More>>

Pure Michigan 400 NASCAR Race Arrives at Michigan International Speedway

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NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series comes to the Michigan International Speedway this weekend with the Pure Michigan 400.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: SeaWorld Expansion

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Following recent stories surrounding SeaWorld, the company says it is expanding it's killer whale exhibits. Starting next year, SeaWorld will nearly double the size of the tanks at three of its theme parks.  More>>

Michigan Police Stepping Up Drunk Driving, Seat Belt Enforcement Patrols

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Michigan is taking a new approach to drawing attention to driving safety. They have introduced a faux Traffic Safety Brewing Company. More>>

WHO Says Ebola Outbreak Is Greatly Underestimated

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The World Health Organization says the scale of the deadly Ebola outbreak is vastly underestimated. The disease has affected at least 1900 people in Nigeria, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.  More>>

Bodies of Man, Woman Found in Macomb County Apartment

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Deputies responding to a call Thursday afternoon found the bodies of a man and woman in an apartment. It happened in Harrison Township in Macomb County, 20 miles northeast of Detroit. More>>

MTM On The Road: Petoskey's Festival on the Bay

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There's a few things every festival needs to be successful; food, events, a good setting and of course music.  More>>

Missouri Police Identify Officer Involved in Deadly Ferguson Shooting

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Police released the name of the officer accused of shooting Missouri teenager. Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown on Saturday.  More>>

Police Investigating Leelanau County Summer Home Theft

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Someone stole expensive silver flatware from a Leelanau County home. The owner of a summer home on Gills Pier Road says two sets of silver flatware, valued around $10,000, have been taken.  More>>

GT County Police Investigating Interlochen Robbery

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More details on a robbery at a Grand Traverse County grocery store. The robbery happened at Ric's Food Center near Interlochen Wednesday night around 9:00 p.m.  More>>

Ford Recalling More Than 83,000 Vehicles for Faulty Part

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Ford is recalling about 83,250 cars and SUV's for a faulty part. The recall involves the 2012-2014 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX, the 2013-2014 Ford Flex, Ford Taurus, Lincoln MKT, and Lincoln MKS.  More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Lake Michigan Modern Log Home

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Its tough to beat this property. Clean fresh modern design helps you focus on whats most important here, which is the water. More>>

Michigan Launching Investigative Unit to Stop Disability Fraud

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The state of Michigan and the federal government will release a new plan to crack down on Social Security disability fraud today.  More>>

Cooler Temperatures Taking a Toll on Blueberries

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Cooler temperatures make it hard for fruit to ripen. A blueberry farmer in Wexford County says he hasn't seen a summer and crop like this in years.  More>>

Bicycling Bringing in Revenue for Local Businesses

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Bicycling is proving to mean big business for Michigan's tourist industry. More>>

Old Engine Show, Spirit of TC Roll into Buckley

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Another popular festival rolls into Northern Michigan this weekend. The Old Engine Show is a yearly attraction in Wexford County's Buckley, but this year, it has something special.  More>>

Stand Off Suspect Charged in Court

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After a 12-hour standoff with police we are learning more about the events leading up to it in Mecosta County.Police surrounded a home near Morley on Wednesday for several hours as a man barricaded himself inside with guns. More>>

Hook & Hunting: Trout Fishing

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Cooler weather is helping trout stay active this time of year. More>>

Both Sides Weigh in on Possible Sale of Mineral Rights in Hartwick Pines State Park

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The Hartwick Pines State Park is gaining a lot of attention as the Department of Natural Resources considers putting the mineral rights up for lease. More>>

MiGreatPlace: Kitch-iti-Kipi The Big Spring in Upper Peninsula

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There are so many hidden gems around Northern Michigan. Jaw droppingly beautiful spots that are almost hard to believe. Michelle Dunaway and chief photojournalist Corey Adkins takes us to one of those places today in the Upper Peninsula for MiGreatPlaces.  More>>

Jackson County Corrections Officer Stabbed by Inmate

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A Michigan corrections officer is in the hospital following a stabbing at Jackson County Prison. The Michigan Corrections Department says the officer was stabbed several times by an inmate with an ice-pick, prison-made weapon.  More>>

Petoskey's Festival on the Bay Kicks Off Tonight

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Petoskey's Festival On The Bay kicks off tonight. More>>

Volunteers Get Ready to Unveil Pellston's New Veteran's Memorial

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Finishing touches as pellston gets ready to celebrate the opening of a new veteran's memorial. More>>

Pope Francis Travels to South Korea

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Pope Francis is in South Korea today. It's part of the Vatican's new focus on church membership in Asia. Upon his arrival, north Korea launched several rockets into the sea.  More>>

Tour a London Art Museum After Dark, Online

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Having a hard time sleeping? Instead of roaming around your own house, you can check out the darkened halls of an art museum. More>>

Paella in the Park Setup Underway at the Open Space

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Set up is underway for the 5th annual Paella In The Park in Traverse City's open space. More>>

Lake Erie Watershed Communities Receiving Water Treatment Assistance

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Following a water emergency linked to Lake Erie, the state of Ohio says it's putting a plan into action to help cities test their water and fix up treatment plants.  More>>

UPDATE: Barricaded Gunman in Mecosta County Now in Police Custody

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UPDATE: 9&10 News just received word from the Mecosta County Sheriff's Department that the gunman is alive and in police custody.


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Violence Continues in Missouri over Police Shooting

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More violence last night in Ferguson, Missouri. Some in the community angered after police shot and killed an unarmed teen Saturday.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Shopping Local

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Retail giant Walmart says it had a slow spring, sales wise, with fewer people shopping at the large stores. Do you do most of your shopping at chain stores, or do you prefer to shop locally? Why or why not?It's today's Feedback at 5:00. More>>

MDOT Estimates Detroit Flooding Clean Up Will Cost $500,000

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The initial estimate is in. The Michigan Department of Transportation says it will cost at least $500,000 to clean up Detroit-area freeways inundated with flood waters.  More>>

Perdue Recalls 15K Pounds of Applegate Naturals Chicken Nuggets

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A new recall announced involving chicken nuggets. Perdue is recalling about 15,000 pounds of Applegate frozen, fully cooked nuggets.  More>>

Mecosta Woman Falls Asleep While Driving

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Deputies say a Mecosta woman fell asleep behind the wheel and veered off of the road.  More>>

State Senate Passes Major Support for Michigan Wolf Hunt

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The state senate Wednesday passed an initiative that would take the decision out of voter's hands and leave it to the Natural Resource Commission. More>>

Uplifting Experience For Camp Quality Kids

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Kids at Camp Quality were in for an up-lifting experience. Camp Quality is for kids ages five to 17, who either have cancer or have had it at some point in their life. More>>

Northern Michigan Schools React To State Progress Report

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School isn't back in session yet, but schools are already getting a look at how their students are performing. More>>

Gaylord Jay's Sporting Goods Plans to Double in Size

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A piece of Gaylord property, vacant for more than a year is now expanding into something outdoor enthusiasts can cheer about. More>>

Mecosta Senior Center Yard Sale Raises Thousands of Dollars

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One small Northern Michigan senior center is bringing one big sale to their community, bringing together hundreds of donations for a good cause. More>>

Behind The Scenes at Operation Northern Strike

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In the air, and on the ground- Operation Northern Strike is underway. More>>

Mercy Cancer Center Helping Patients with Breast Cancer

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A new clinic in Northern Michigan helps breast cancer patients and doctors meet in all one spot. Mercy Cancer Center in Cadillac opened their breast cancer clinic three months ago.  More>>

Thousands of Americans Must Fix Health Care Information Discrepancies

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Time is running out for hundreds of thousands of Americans who are still dealing with issues tied to the new health care law.  More>>

Permit Granted for Upper Peninsula Mine by Appeals Court

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A major move that's been stirring up controversy for years in Marquette County. The State Court of Appeals upheld a decision by regulators to build a nickel and copper mine. More>>

Kellogg's Pushing to Become More Environmentally Friendly

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Michigan based Kellogg wants to help clean up the planet. The food manufacturer says it will strengthen it's promise to reduce green house emissions by 15% to 20% and use more recycled packaging. More>>

UPDATE: Police Waiting on Toxicology Report for Kalamazoo Doctor Death

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An update on the death of a West Michigan doctor whose body was found in an Indiana lake. Police say they plan to close the Teleka Patrick case once toxicology tests come in.  More>>

Kalamazoo Officer Saves Driver's Life

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"I didn't really intend to issue a ticket, but I didn't think I wasn't really doing my job if I didn't stop and talk to her." A Kalamazoo police officer pulled over a woman for running a red light, and ended up saving her life.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Adult Literacy

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In a few short weeks, Northern Michigan students will be back in class, ready to read and write. But, adult literacy rates in the U.S. are staggering.  More>>

Ebola Virus Kills More People

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The World Health Organization now confirms 1,013 people have died from the virus. The total number of people with the virus is rising as well, approaching 2,000.  More>>

Two Motorcyclists Crash in Grand Traverse County

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Two motorcycles crashed Wednesday morning in Grand Traverse County. The accident happened just after 9:00 a.m. near Kesner Road and US-31 in Acme Township. More>>

Michigan Senate to Vote on Wolf Hunt

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A looming decision in the Michigan Senate could toss wolf hunt issues off the November ballot. The State Senate is expected to pass legislation that will continue allowing the state to permit wolf hunts. More>>

US Troops Arrive in Iraq to Survey Humanitarian Crisis

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U.S. troops arrived in Iraq Tuesday. The Department of Defense insists they aren't there to fight. The Pentagon says the 130 or so troops are there to look at the humanitarian crisis, and the mission is temporary.  More>>

Michigan Education Department Releases 2014 School Scorecards

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The Michigan Department of Education released the 2014 Top-to-Bottom Ranking and School Accountability Scorecards today. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Gay Marriage Debate

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New study from the Williams Institute shows legalizing gay marriage in Michigan would bring more than $53 million to the state's economy.  More>>

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