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Peninsula Township Fire Department Participate In Fill The Boot Campaign For MDA

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Firefighters showing their support and taking to the streets for a good cause. 

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Manistee Man Accused of Dealing Heroin, Posts Bond

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Kevin Robertson, of Manistee, is accused of dealing heroin. 

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Oceana Co. Man Charged With Having, Dealing Cocaine

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Gilberto Lopez of Oceana County is facing drug charges after the SSCENT drug team says he sold cocaine to an undercover officer. 

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Mason Co. Man Arrested After Leading Deputies On Chase

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A man is facing charges after deputies say he led them on a 21 minute chase at speeds of more than 90 miles per hour before crashing into a tree. 

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Retired Falcon Jet On Display Near U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City

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A retired Coast Guard jet has a new home in Traverse City and it's out for everyone to take a look.

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15th Annual Children's Art Fair In Downtown Traverse City

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Young artists filled part of Front Street in Traverse City for Friday Night Live. The 15th Annual Children's Art Fair was hosted by the Great Lakes Children's Museum. 

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Clare County Veterans' Van Seeking Help For Replacement Through Donations

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Getting veterans to important medical appointments -- free of charge. However, the van that provides the ride won't last much longer...without help.

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Hundreds Of School Bus Drivers Practice Safety Exercises In Oceana County

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There was Intense training for 400 school bus drivers on Friday. 

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Emmet County Park Celebrates New Playground Equipment

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The work is finished and now the fun can begin. Construction just wrapped up on the new playground equipment at an Emmet County Park. 

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Tart Trails Working to Connect Traverse City to Charlevoix

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Sure you can drive to Harbor Springs from Traverse City or vice versa, but now tart trails is working on a way to bike it. 

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Munson Medical Center Nurses, Staff Look Forward Following Union Vote

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“It's been a process, but it's been a really great journey getting there,” Lisa Kitchens, nurse, Munson Medical Center said. 

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Hometown Tourist: Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum

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Known as the Queen of the Great Lakes, the Coast Guard Ice Cutter Mackinaw was decommissioned in 2006 after 62 years of service. 

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Retired Michigan State Police Sergeant Found Not Guilty of Embezzlement

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A retired Michigan State Police sergeant accused of stealing money from the Cadillac post evidence room was found not guilty of that crime, but guilty of some others.

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Tornado Touches Down in Ogemaw Co.

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The Gaylord National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Ogemaw County Thursday. 

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MDOT, MSP Urge Drives Not to Stop on Side of Road to Watch Solar Eclipse

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MDOT and Michigan State Police are asking drivers to use extra caution Monday because of the solar eclipse. 

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Big Rapids Community Library Offering Solar Eclipse Glasses

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The Big Rapids Community Library is offering two pairs of solar eclipse glasses to anyone who comes in with a Big Rapids library card with good standing, or anyone who signs up for a library card.

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BrewVine: Verterra Winery in Leland

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A high-quality 2016 yield has fermented into award-winning wines at Verterra, taking home the gold in more than one way. 

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Steve Bannon Out as White House Chief Strategist

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White House chief strategist Steve Bannon helped put President Donald Trump in the White House. Now, he's out of a job. 

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Two More Arrested in Massive Ogemaw County Theft Investigation

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Two more people have been arrested in connection to hundreds of thousands of dollars of stolen items discovered in Ogemaw County. 

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American Killed in Barcelona Terror Attack, Another American Missing

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Fourteen people are dead and more than a hundred were injured in what the Spanish police is calling a terror attack.

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Tornado Hits Tuscola County

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A tornado touched down in Tuscola County Thursday night. 

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Two People Killed in Finland Stabbing Spree

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Police in Finland shot and wounded one man and are looking for more suspects following a stabbing spree in the city of Turku.

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Asian Carp Found Near Lake Michigan Got Through 3 Electric Barriers

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Environmentalists say an Asian carp found in a Chicago waterway this summer got past an electric barrier system. 

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No Body Contact Advised at Several Popular Chippewa County Beaches

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Even though the weather's going to be great this weekend, the Chippewa County Health Department says you should probably stay out of the St. Marys River. 

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TNT: Two Arrested After Selling Drugs to Undercover Detectives

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Two people facing drug charges after the Traverse Narcotics Team says one of them sold cocaine to an undercover detective near a school.

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Deputies Arrest Wanted Texas Man in Grand Traverse County

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Deputies arrested a wanted Texas man in Grand Traverse County.

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Sights and Sounds Drone Edition: Fletcher Pond

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In 1931 a dam was put in the Thunder Bay River to provide reserve water for the hydroelectric power plant in Alpena creating Fletcher Pond. 

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Ludington's North Breakwater, Stearns Beach Closed

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The beach and north breakwater at Stearns Beach in Ludington is currently closed. 

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MTM On The Road: Petoskey's 15th Festival On The Bay

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This weekend the shores of Petoskey are coming alive for the 15th Festival On The Bay.

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MTM Celebrates National Fajita Day With Red Mesa Grill

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It’s National Fajita Day! Travis Holwerda, a chef at Traverse City’s Red Mesa Grill is helping our MTM crew celebrate with these original fajita recipes. 

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Traverse City Health Club Welcomes Inventor Of The Indo Board

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A Traverse City fitness center is getting a special addition to one of its popular workout classes.

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Healthy Living: Understanding Infertility

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It affects one in eight couples and over six million women.  What you need to know about infertility treatments when you’re having trouble conceiving on your own.

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Michigan Nurses Association To Represent Munson Medical Center Nurses

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After months of back and forth, the numbers are in and challenges settled. Nurses at Munson Medical Center will be represented by a union.

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Two Teens Arrested in Upper Peninsula, Accused of Stealing Truck, Guns

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A 16 and 17-year-old are facing charges after Alpena police say they stole a truck and took it to the U.P. 

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Torch Lake Community Concerned Over Boat Launch Feasibility Study

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Dozens of people concerned Thursday night over the chance of another boating access site on Torch Lake.

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Ogemaw Co. Theft Bust: Sheriff Says 'Biggest One I've Ever Seen'

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Investigators found a ring of break-ins across the state, with one thing in common: a home in Ogemaw County. 

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TBAISD Career-Tech Center Sees Highest Enrollment Numbers, Program Waitlists

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For Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District's Career-Tech Center, a lot more students mean longer program waitlists. 

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US Coast Guardsman Honored In DeTour Village Nearly 50 Years After His Death

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Don Ashley Jr. is the only member of the U.S. Coast Guard to lose their life while stationed at the DeTour Reef Light in Chippewa County. Somehow his story remains virtually unknown...

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5th Annual Song For Hope Fundraiser Begins In Downtown Traverse City

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A song can go a long way for one Traverse City organization. 

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MedWatch: FlexDex

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Technology is constantly changing the way doctors and nurses keep us healthy, but the latest and greatest often comes with a huge price tag. 

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Former Hersey Treasurer Charged With Embezzling From Village

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“It's a 10 year felony ma’am, you could face 10 years in prison for this.” 

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Hook & Hunting: Wild Game Processing Permit

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Wild game processors now need to have a permit from the DNR, but the permit is free. 

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Get Fit, Get Healthy: Counting the Counties

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Running. For some people, it's ingrained into their everyday life, it’s a passion, even an addiction. For others, it can be more of a hate-hate relationship. 

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Wellness for the Family: Back-to-School Eating Around the World

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Students are heading back to class in just a few weeks! One of the most important aspects of their little lives is nutrition. 

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Suspect Charged After Investigators Uncover Massive Theft Operation

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We are learning more after deputies in Ogemaw County say they uncovered a larceny ring that reaches multiple counties, involving truckloads of stolen items. 

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Michigan Elections Board OKs Petitions for Redistricting, Sick Leave, Marijuana

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The Michigan elections boards is now giving the greenlight to three more groups who are trying to get their issues on the 2018 ballot. 

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Troopers Raid Wayne Co. Medical Clinic for Overprescribing Opioid Drugs

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Michigan State Police raided a Wayne County doctor's office for overprescribing opioid drugs. 

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Grand Traverse Co. Man Accused of Posting Nude Photos of Woman Online

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A Grand Traverse County man faces multiple felony charges after being accused of posting nude photos of a woman online. 

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Cadillac Woman Admits to Using Meth, Bringing Contraband Into Jail

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A Cadillac woman has admitted to trying to take illegal items into the Wexford County Jail and using meth.

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Former Hersey Treasurer Accused of Embezzling From Village

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Michigan State Police arrested a former village treasurer for embezzlement. 

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Man Admits to Buying Drugs to Make Meth

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One of five people arrested, accused of buying supplies to make meth and having the drug, has admitted to his crimes. 

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Man Charged With Mutilating, Hiding Body in Newaygo Co. to Appear in Court

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A man charged with mutilating and hiding a body in Newago County is expected to be back in court Thursday. 

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MTM On The Road: Paradise's 33rd Wild Blueberry Festival

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This weekend things are looking blue in Paradise, but in a good way!

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Vigil, Memorial Held In Charlottesville Following Violence At White Nationalist Rally

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People in Charlottesville, Virginia are coming together after violence at a white nationalist rally left one person dead and 19 injured.

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Search Continues For Survivors In Sierra Leone Following Deadly Mudslides

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The death toll in Sierra Leone is rising as crews continue to search for survivors after surging mudslides.

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Little Mary's Hospitality House In Wellston Providing Free Vacations To Cancer Patients

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Little Mary's Hospitality House in Wellston was first started by the Fischer family in the 80's after their daughter, Mary, died of a terminal brain tumor. 

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Cadillac Home Damaged In Possible Electric Fire

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A home is damaged after an early morning fire in Cadillac.

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Former Michigan Congressman Dies At Age 83

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A republican who represented part of Michigan in congress for 17 years has died. 

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City of Mt. Pleasant Approves Funds to Fix Flood Damaged Parks

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The city of Mount Pleasant is making a big investment to repair flood damage at local parks. 

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Lake City Man In Custody Following Drug Overdose, Parole Violation

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A Lake City man is in jail after he was found unresponsive in the parking lot of a Cadillac Arby’s. 

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Christopher Columbus Replica Ships Sail Into Traverse City But Controversy Follows

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Protestors surrounding the ships and standing by on land as two Christopher Columbus replica ships sailed into Traverse City Wednesday night. 

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More Than $1.3 Million Approved in Disaster Funds For Flood Repairs

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The U.S. Small Business Administration says they've approved more than $1 million in disaster funds to help out those in Mid-Michigan after floods. 

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Ogemaw County Deputies, State Police Uncover 'Massive' Multi-County Theft Bust

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Truck-load after truck-load filled with stolen items taken from this property. A lengthy investigation helped uncover this massive bust. 

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Local Astronomers Give Safety Tips For Enjoying Upcoming Solar Eclipse

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It’s a total eclipse in the states of Oregon to South Carolina. Locally the sun will be 75% covered. 

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E. coli Levels Dropping at Sunset Park In Grand Traverse County

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High levels of E.coli seen in weekly testing of the beach at Sunset Park in Grand Traverse County are now on their way down with no explanation as to why. 

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CMU Soccer Players Wear GPS Technology During Practice, Games

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Soccer players at Central Michigan University are using this new tool to help them perfect their game. 

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Controversy Surrounds Christopher Columbus Ship Replicas Sailing into Grand Traverse Bay

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What some consider Great American history sailing into Traverse City, has also brought some controversy. 

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Two Women OK Following Armed Gladwin Co. Gas Station Robbery

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These two women are okay after someone tried to rob the gas station they were working at in Gladwin County.

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Northern Michigan in Focus: Blueberry Hill

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In the tiny village of Harrietta there are more blueberry bushes than people! In the peak of the season, there's no better place to be than Blueberry Hill. 

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Lack of Inspectors Cause Concern for Emmet County Builders

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New construction is on the rise across Northern Michigan but there's a big hurdle to overcome to make sure buildings are completed on time. Building inspectors are in high demand, but they're hard to find...

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Investigators in Ogemaw Co. Arrest One After Finding Items Stolen From 9 Counties

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Semi truckloads packed with stolen items. Northern Michigan’s News Leader has a crew on scene in Ogemaw County right now. 

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Cooking with Chef Hermann: Snapped Pea Radish Salad

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Snapped Pea Radish Salad 

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Chippewa Co. Sheriff's Office Investigating Death of Inmate

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The Chippewa County Sheriff's Office is now investigating the death of an inmate at the county's correctional facility. 

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Gladwin County Deputies Investigating Armed Robbery

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The Gladwin County Sheriff’s office is investigating an armed robbery at a gas station market. 

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Michigan State Police Focus On Targeting Distracted Drivers On Mackinac Bridge

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Michigan State Police say they are focusing in on targeting distracted and careless drivers on the Mackinac Bridge. 

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Trump Administration Begins Renegotiating NAFTA

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Talks over NAFTA are now underway. Despite a campaign promise to withdraw the U.S. from the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Trump administration began renegotiationing Wednesday. 

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Downstate Man, Woman Seriously Injured in Grand Traverse County Crash

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A downstate man and woman were taken to the hospital with significant injuries after a crash in Grand Traverse County. 

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State Officials Consider Permits to Help Homeowners Protect Property From Sand Dunes

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State officials are considering getting permits in place to keep homeowners from losing their property to sand dunes along Lake Michigan. 

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Cheboygan County Man Arrested for Stealing Money From Employer

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A Cheboygan County man is behind bars after state police say he was stealing money from his employer. 

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Coast Guard Responds to Reports of Army Helicopter Crash Near Hawaii

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The U.S. Coast Guard and other military personnel are responding to reports of an Army helicopter crash off the coast of Hawaii. 

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Mason County Man Sentenced to 10 to 30 Years in Prison for Sex Crimes

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A Mason County man will spend years in prison for sex crimes. 

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Grant Me Hope: Avery

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An old soul, that's the best way to describe Avery. This week in Grant Me Hope, he explains what he's looking for in a forever family. 

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MTM On The Road: Maintaining 60 Years On The Mighty Mac

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This year, as the Mackinac Bridge turns 60 years old, maintenance is in full swing to ensure it's future. 

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Kim Jong-Un Decides Against Firing Missiles Toward Guam

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Tensions between North Korea and the U.S. appear to be cooling down.

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Ludington Girl Scouts' "Scouts For Soldiers" Earns Trip To Washington D.C.

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Ludington Girl Scout Troop #4688 has had a busy year -- volunteering to show their support for members of the armed forces and veterans. 

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What’s Trending Wednesday: National Tell A Joke Day

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We're not the best comedians here on MTM, so for What’s Trending Wednesday we thought we'd share a couple of local events you can go to for a great night of comedy.

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Healthy Living: Things That Do Not Hurt Your Credit Score

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Maxed credit cards, low income salary, multiple credit checks. Only one of these will hurt your credit score.

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Type of Plankton Found in Great Lakes, Not Expected to Cause Harm

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A type of plankton not found in this region has started popping up in the Great Lakes. 

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State Money Slated for Private Schools Still Under Freeze

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In this update, the $2.5 million of state money initially slated for private schools, is still up in the air. 

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Midland Co. Horse Dies After Struggling Against West Nile Virus, Cases On The Rise

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Mounting concern has Midland County horse owners keeping a very watchful eye on the animals, a week after one was infected with West Nile Virus. That horse, a found in Greendale Township, had to be put down.

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Traverse City's West Front Street Parking Deck Could Bring More Development To City

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Hopes for a new parking deck in Traverse City that will not only add more parking spots but potentially more development. 

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Developers Selling Old Leelanau Co. Courthouse Property As Home Lots

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The property surrounding where the historic Leelanau County Jail was bought in the spring, now a new plan for development. 

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Rudyard Hay Farmers Wrap Up Historically Bad Season

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Hay farmers in the Upper Peninsula are now trying to bale what they can, at the end of what they say is the worst season they've ever had.  

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Lucky's Market Traverse City Gives Portion of Sales to Father Fred Foundation

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Tuesday in Traverse City a simple trip to a Lucky's Market will help a local child in need.

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Clare County Fire Department Caught in Middle of Phone Scam

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A phone scam popping up in Clare County, this one dragging a local fire department into its fraudulent plan. 

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Sault Ste. Marie Students Work With Assisted Living Residents On Garden Project

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One garden, two ends of the age spectrum. A project that is a win-win for all involved.

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Michigan Dept. of Education Lowers Score Needed to Pass English Proficiency Test

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Just in time for back to school season, the Michigan Department of Education has announced that it will reduce the overall score students need to receive on an English-proficiency test. 

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Isabella County Restoration House Looking To Operate More Months Of Year

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An Isabella County non-profit is looking to help the homeless more than they already do.

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Evart Implements Community Art Project in Appreciation of the City's K-9 Program

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The city of Evart is showing support for the city police department's K-9 program in a pretty unusual way. 

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Stuff The Bus Campaign Wraps Up In Isabella, Gratiot Counties

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The Stuff the Bus Campaign is wrapping in Isabella and Gratiot Counties and United Way says it’s been another successful year.

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Inside the Kitchen: Right Brain Brewery in Traverse City

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A little off the beaten path in Traverse City, you'll find a hot spot that's making fans around the state of Michigan and beyond. 

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Wexford County Animal Shelter Reopens After Parvovirus Outbreak

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The Wexford County Animal Shelter is back open after shutting down for nearly three weeks due to parvovirus. 

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President Trump: Both Sides to Blame for Charlottesville Violence

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The president is defending himself on his delay to condemn the violence in Charlottesville. 

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Northern Michigan from Above: Paddlebuoy Race

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Mark Goethel has an eye for some pretty unique experiences you can find in Northern Michigan. 

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What's Growing With Tom: Week 10

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This week’s garden segment is less about the vegetables and more about how to make it better.  

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Ingham County Investigators Find Human Remains in Grand River

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Ingham County investigators say they found human remains in the Grand River, and they may belong to a homicide victim. 

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Two Charged With Murder in Iosco Co. After Police Find Body in Shallow Grave

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Police say two men are now charged with the murder of a man whose body was found in a shallow grave. 

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Snyder Signs Executive Directive Creating Council on Opioid, Prescription Drug Enforcement

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Michigan has a new council to fight the opioid epidemic in our state. 

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Name of Man Killed in Lake Superior Boating Accident Released

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We now know the name of a suburban Detroit man who died in a boating accident in Lake Superior. 

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Presque Isle Co. Deputies Need Help Finding Stabbing Suspect

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Deputies in Presque Isle County need your help finding a man they say stabbed someone in the village of Metz.

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