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International Bridge Back Open After Canadian Border Services Finds 'Potentially Explosive Device'

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A scare across the border in Sault Ste. Marie. 

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Thousands of Comic Fans Attend Cherry Capital Comic Con

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Many characters came to life this weekend at the Cherry Capital Comic Con at the Grand Traverse Resort. 

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Leelanau County Sheriff's Office Marine Patrol Keeps Up With Holiday Boaters

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Memorial Day Weekend is the unofficial start of summer and with that boaters are hitting the water. 

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Harbor Springs Man Leads Police, Deputies on 3 County Chase

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A Harbor Springs man led police on a chase through three Northern Michigan counties Sunday morning. 

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International Bridge Closed for Nearly 2 Hours after Police Find 'Potentially Explosive Device'

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The International Bridge is back open after being closed for nearly two hours Sunday.  

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Michigan Lawmakers Discuss Restoring Tax Credit for Non-Profit Donations

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A group of Michigan lawmakers hope to restore tax credits cut in 2011 that benefited taxpayers who made charitable donations to food banks and other non-profits. 

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Alpena Education and Tourism Organizations Receive $200,000 in Grants

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Education and tourism in Alpena just got a boost thanks to two grants totaling $200,000. 

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Midland Police Searching for Missing 85-year-old Man with Alzheimer's

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An 85-year-old man with Alzheimer’s has gone missing from the Midland area and police are asking for your help finding him. 

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Manton Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts Annual Memorial Day Weekend Festivities

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Dozens of classic cars, spectators and vendors were in Manton Saturday for 22nd Annual Memorial Day Weekend Car, Truck and Craft Show. 

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Runners From Across The Country Race In Bayshore Marathon

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Nearly 7,000 runners from across the country in Northern Michigan for Traverse City Track Club's Bayshore Marathon. 

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89-Year-Old World War 2 Vet Receives Diploma From Kalkaska High School

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A moment decades in the making for an 89-year-old World War 2 Veteran. 

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Report: Lt. Gov. Calley to Call for Part-Time Legislature during May 30th Mackinac Island Announcement

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Lt. Governor Brian Calley has been teasing a 'major announcement' for about a month now.  

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Multiple Sault Ste. Marie Homeowners Report Home and Vehicle Windows Shot at with BB Gun

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Multiple people in Sault Ste. Marie say windows on their cars and homes were shot at with BB guns.

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Woman Pleads Guilty After Trying to Kill Parents in Grand Traverse Co.

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In this update, a daughter accused of trying to kill her parents in Grand Traverse County pleaded guilty. 

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Grand Traverse County Boy Honored As Michigan's Young Hero Of The Year

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A Grand Traverse boy getting some serious attention. Now named Michigan’s Young Hero of the year. 

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Police in Grand Traverse County Looking for Man Who Stole Hotel ATMs

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Police in Grand Traverse County are looking for a man they say posed as an ATM technician, went into two Grand Traverse County hotels and stole their ATMs. 

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Former Boyne City Church Director Admits to Recording Teen Girls in Shower; Heads to Prison

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In this update, a former Boyne City church director convicted of secretly recording teenage girls while showering will spend years behind bars.

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The Meaning Of Memorial Day: Clare County WWII Veteran Weighs In

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Barbecues and spending time with family--are just a small part of this Memorial Day Weekend. But it had us thinking back to one question: What is it all for? 

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Traverse City Track Club Bayshore Marathon Goes Beyond Race Course

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Saturday is the big day, close to 10,000 people will suddenly appear in Traverse City for the 35th Annual Bayshore Marathon. 

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Mitchell State Park Booked For Holiday Weekend

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Campers are flocking to the highways for the holiday weekend, heading to their favorite holiday spots.

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Manistee Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing Young Girls In Wexford County

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This Manistee man was accused of more than a dozen crimes...most include sexual relationships with children. 

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Woman Victim Of Two Grand Traverse County Crimes In One Day

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Thursday one woman was the victim of two Grand Traverse County crimes in one day. 

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National Writers Series Invites Wall Street Journal Writer, Author To Traverse City

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If you have stress on the brain consider stopping by the Traverse City City Opera House Friday.

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Hometown Tourist: The Tower of History

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You can't miss it if you come to Sault Ste. Marie, soaring 210 feet above Sault Ste. Marie; The Tower of History. 

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Pitbull Attacks Deputy, Another Dog; Owner Charged With Improper Licensing

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In this update, the Grand Traverse County prosecutor authorized charges against the owner of a dog, a deputy say attacked him.

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Memorial Day Weekend Traffic on Mackinac Bridge

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Let's take things around 150 miles north now to the Mackinac Bridge. 

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Memorial Day Weekend Travelers: Police Encourage Drivers to Practice Caution

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Holiday weekend travel is underway, as people make their way up north, and it is busy! 

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Man Convicted of Operating Plane While Drunk at Cherry Capital Airport

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A man was convicted of operating a plane while drunk in federal court.

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BrewVine: Petoskey Brewing Company

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Petoskey Brewing Company is as well-known for its historic location, as for its craft beer. 18 taps to choose from to fill your glass, each recipe with its own unique name and flavor profile. 

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Michigan National Guardsmen Finish 322 Mile Journey for Veteran Suicide Awareness

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“On average, 22 vets a day take their own lives.”

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Judge Throws Out 1992 Murder Conviction Against Detroit Man

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A judge has thrown out a second-degree murder conviction against a Detroit man who accused police of framing him with phony evidence more than two decades ago. 

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US Army Corps of Engineers to Get $38 Million for Soo Locks Operation, Maintenance

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is receiving $5 billion for civil works projects from the White House, and the Soo Locks is getting some of that money. 

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NASA Releases New Photos of Jupiter

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NASA released new photos of the largest planet in our solar system: Jupiter. 

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Gov. Snyder Makes Appointments to Medical Marijuana Licensing Board

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Governor Rick Snyder announced the very first appointments to the state's newly created Medical Marijuana Licensing Board. 

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Man Throws Brick Through Car Window in Detroit, Fractures Toddler's Skull

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A young girl is in the hospital with a fractured skull after someone threw a brick in her car.

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Former MSU, USA Gymnastics Doctor Accused of Sex Crimes Back in Court

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A 16-year-old gymnast says a Michigan sports doctor molested her and made her uncomfortable during visits for back pain. 

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VP Mike Pence Delivers Commencement Speech at Naval Academy Graduation

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Vice President Mike Pence joined members of the Naval Academy for a graduation ceremony. 

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Sights and Sounds Drone Edition: Sunrise Paddleboard Practice

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In less than three weeks the guys from Stand Up for Great Lakes will be attempting to paddleboard across Lake Huron, and our own Corey Adkins will be documenting the trip.  

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Interlochen Man Arrested After Road Rage Incident Involving Pistol

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An Interlochen man was arrested after police say road rage escalated and a pistol got involved. 

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Manistee Man Facing 14 Sex Crime Charges in Wexford County

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Investigators say a Manistee man is charged in Wexford County with a dozen counts of sexually abusing children. 

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Woman Assaulted Twice in One Night in Traverse City

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Grand Traverse County deputies say a woman was assaulted twice Thursday. 

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Mason County Deputies Investigating Fight Involving Pipe

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Mason County deputies are investigating a fight that involved a pipe and a man ramming cars.

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MTM On The Road: Memorial Day Camping at Rose Lake Campground

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Don your flannel and grab your marshmallows, this holiday weekend is one of the biggest camping times in Michigan. If you’re still looking for a campground to spend your Memorial Day weekend at, look no further. Rose Lake Campground is the perfect spot to relax and spend time with loved ones. 

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MSP Cracking Down on Highway Safety Over Memorial Day Weekend

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Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. 

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MTM Kicks Off Memorial Day Weekend With Cordwood BBQ

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Monday is Memorial Day; a day to remember those who have died while serving in the armed forces.

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Healthy Living: Five Ways To Protect Your Eyes From Aging

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As we get older our vision changes, but is there a way to turn back the clock when it comes to the eyes?

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Northern Michigan Christian Schools Hold Global 6K Run for Water

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Northern Michigan Christian School students laced up to tackle a worldwide problem, dirty water. 

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Cadillac Oasis Resource Center Holds Event to Raise Funds for Sexual Assault Victims

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“It's great to see the support.” The Cadillac community came together, showing their support for a special cause. 

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MSP Arrest Man for Attempting to Steal Someone's Identity, Stalking

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A man was charged with trying to steal someone's identity and stalking after police say his plan to get an ex in trouble didn't go as planned. 

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Ludington Man Charged With Having Cocaine

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A man could spend 15 years in prison after police say he had cocaine.

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SSCENT Detectives Arrest Ludington Woman for Multiple Drug Crimes

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A local drug team investigation lead to the arrest of a Ludington woman for several drug crimes. 

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Old Mission Peninsula Library Board Receives Big Donation For Campaign

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Old Mission Peninsula is now one step closer to opening their new library. On Wednesday, the board received a $750,000 donation. 

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Governor Snyder Makes Naloxone Available In Michigan Pharmacies

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On Thursday, Governor Snyder authorized a standing order for the distribution of naloxone at pharmacies.

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Inland Seas Celebrates Start Of New ROV Program On The Utopia

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An exciting day Thursday as Inland Seas Education Association launched their first ROV program on their newest schooner. 

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Bill in Michigan Senate May Change How Schools Handle Vaccination Waivers

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A set of bills in the state senate could change the way Michigan schools handle vaccination waivers. 

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Osceola Co. First Responders, Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital Simulate Active Shooter Exercise

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High stress moments for this Reed City hospital, but it was all a training exercise to be ready for real life situations.

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DNR Deadline For Michigan Bear And Elk Hunt Approaches

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Anyone looking to get tags for the bear or elk hunt this year -- you better do it fast. The Department of Natural Resources reminds anyone interested in the hunt to apply before it's too late. 

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Glen Lake Community Schools Considers Options To Fix Football Field

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The condition of a Leelanau County football field is so bad players can't even practice on it. 

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New Senate Bills Introduced, Aimed At Increasing Liability for Pipeline Operators on the Great Lakes

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New bills introduced in the Senate, could have a huge impact on Enbridge and their Line 5 pipeline. Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow introduced a package of bills that would enforce stricter standards on pipeline operators. 

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Law Enforcement Unsure About Bill Proposed To Lower CPL Age

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Concealed hand guns, in the hands of younger people.

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Clare High School Champion Supported By Community After Accident

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A young wrestler hurt in a car accident is not alone. The community who watched him compete is stepping up to help.

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Star Line Mackinac Island Ferry Hiring for Busy Summer Season

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The summer season is getting started and after big purchases, Star Line Mackinac Island Hyrdrojet Ferry is looking to hire.

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Gaylord Man Accused Of Stealing From Mailboxes

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We can now show you the man Otsego County deputies say stole mail from people's mailboxes. 

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Mackinac Bridge Now Accepts Credit Cards

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After much anticipation and just in time for holiday travel, the Mackinac Bridge accepts credit cards. 

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Special Report: Importance of Dashcams

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Dashboard cameras are used by police agencies across the country to record what happens on the road. But just as with any other piece of technology, sometimes things don't go according to plan.

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General Motors Sued Over Diesel Emissions

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General Motors is facing a class-action lawsuit over diesel emissions. 

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Michigan National Guardsmen Raise Awareness for Veteran Suicide, Depression With 300 Mile Trek

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Two men are taking the long road on an Upper Peninsula mission. 

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SSCENT Detectives Arrest Man for Supplying Drugs in Deadly Manistee Overdose

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A man could spend life in prison after a Northern Michigan drug team says he supplied drugs in a deadly overdose.

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Car Smashes into Bus in Kalamazoo

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A gruesome crash was caught on camera in Kalamazoo on Wednesday night.

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Wellness for the Family: Greek Grilled Shrimp Rice Salad

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A lot of people out there are ready to get the charcoal and start making their favorite summer recipes. 

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Grand Ledge Fire Burns Sundance Chevrolet

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Grand Ledge firefighters did everything they could to stop the flames from spreading, but couldn't save Sundance Chevrolet from being destroyed. 

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What's Happening in Northern Michigan: Spring Plant Sale, Beer & Brat Fest, Craft Beer Fest

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Filling you in on What's Happening in Northern Michigan in the weeks to come... 

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Michigan Appeals Court Makes Decision on 2013 Kalkaska Co. Snowplow Crash

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County road commissions could leave themselves open to lawsuits after an appeals court decision on a Kalkaska County snowplow crash four years ago. 

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Snyder Approves Standing Order To Make Naloxone Widely Available in Michigan

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Governor Rick Snyder gave the OK to a standing order to make naloxone more readily available in Michigan.

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Traverse City Driver Hits Pedestrian

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A man was sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car in Traverse City.

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Woman Killed in Mackinac County Motorcycle Crash Identified

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State Police released the name of the woman killed in a motorcycle crash Tuesday night in Mackinac County.     

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Cadillac Man Arrested for Vandalizing Police, Fire Equipment

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A Cadillac man could face years behind bars after investigators say he vandalized equipment belonging to police and fire crews. 

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St. Helen Man Accused of Pointing Gun at Neighbor

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Deputies arrested a St. Helen man after they say he may have pointed a shotgun at his neighbor.

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Traverse City Homeless Man Attacked; Sent to Hospital

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A homeless man was sent to the hospital with multiple broken bones after he told police a group of men attacked him.

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MTM On The Road: Restoring History at Forest Hills Cemetery

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When it comes to community, Northern Michigan truly stands out above the rest. One of the reasons for this? Our rich history. 

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At Least Eight Arrested In Connection With Deadly Manchester Attack

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Police in England have made two more arrests Thursday morning as they continue to carry out their investigation into the deadly terror attack at the Manchester Arena.

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Oasis Family Resource Center To Host Annual Great Taste Of The North

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A nonprofit right here in Northern Michigan is hosting its annual fundraiser Thursday night.

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MSU Extension Reports Increase In Ticks, Warns Of Campground Encounters Over Holiday Weekend

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It's the creepy-crawly that tries to latch on to you when you are enjoying the outdoors. And they're out in full force. Researchers at MSU say tick populations have gone up considerably this year, alone because of the mild winter. 

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Cadillac City Council Approve Over $1 Million Street Repair Project

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The Cadillac City Council paved the way for more major road repairs, approving more than $1 million in what they say are much-needed projects. 

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Mesick Consolidated Schools Hold Forum to Discuss Funding Alternatives

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“The thing of it is, there's never enough money to stretch.”

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Representative Bill Huizenga, Senator Debbie Stabenow Respond to American Healthcare Act

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Following the Congressional Budget Office’s assessment of the revised American Healthcare Act, many lawmakers are responding. 

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Senators Debbie Stabenow, Gary Peters Introduce Bill for Great Lakes Pipelines

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Debbie Stabenow, along with Senator Gary Peters introduced a bill that would hold some pipelines in the Great Lakes to stricter standards.

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American Military League Manager Heads to Jail for Sexually Assaulting Employees

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In this update, a manager at the American Military League in Grand Traverse County will got to jail for sexually assaulting former employees.

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Kingsley Planning Commissioners Will Continue Research Before Making Recommendation

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The discussion on medical marijuana production facilities continues in Kingsley.

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Former Cheboygan County Music Booster Arrested for Embezzlement

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Police say a Cheboygan County woman took close to $2,000.00 from the local music boosters group. 

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Honor Flight: The Greatest Generation

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A story of sacrifice and support unfolding a day after a group of local veterans touched down in the nation’s capital. M

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Traverse City 19-Year-Old Among Youngest Certified Flight Instructors

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This week a Traverse City 19-year-old added to this list of around 50 teens with their CFI.

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Michigan Senate Passes Bill Allowing Dogs on Restaurant Patios

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A debate over dogs. A bill just passed the Michigan Senate that could mean plenty of paws on restaurant patios. 

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Grand Traverse Co. First Responders Participate In Drill For Boardman River Dams

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, contractors, and emergency management and rescue crews on the Boardman and Sabin Dams Wednesday. 

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Mason County Bowling Center Reacts After Employee Shoots Gun Behind Building

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An argument turned aggressive, then shots fired behind this bowling alley. 

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Shepherd Teenager Gets New Bike Thanks To Community

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A Shepherd teenager, thankful for the people who helped her get a new bike. On Saturday Hope Donley's bike was stolen. News about the theft circulated online, leading to generous donations so she could get a new one.

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Gaylord Intermediate School Practices Emergency Evacuation Drill

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An evacuation drill at a Gaylord School Wednesday prepared kids for an emergency that requires leaving the building.

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Northern Michigan in Focus: StorySong Creations

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Music is truly a universal language. A familiar tune can take you back to a place and time in an instant. 

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Charlevoix Co. Man Accused of Killing Pet Cat Spends 90 Days in Jail

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A Charlevoix County man accused of killing a pet cat was sentenced to jail time.

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Fake News: Separating Fact from Fiction

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Almost every day there’s a barrage of doubt about something you're supposed to trust: Us. The news, the media; they've both become almost bad words in the last few months...

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Discussion About Zoning Ordinance to Allow Medical Marijuana Facilities in Kingsley Continues

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Discussion surrounding medical marijuana continues to grow across Northern Michigan. 

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Michigan Lawyer Mark Bernstein Considers Running for Governor

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A familiar Michigan face may be running for governor. 

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Graco Recalls Car Seats Because Webbing May Not Hold Child in Crash

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If your little passengers are riding in a Graco car seat, it may be recalled. 

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Grant Me Hope: Demareo

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Imagine waking up as a child not knowing where your next home would be, and not knowing how long you'd stay.

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Drunk Mount Pleasant Man Accused of Using Knife, Screwdriver to Fight Homeowner

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A Mount Pleasant man was arrested for pulling a knife and screwdriver out to fight a homeowner. 

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Investigators Discover Butane Tanks Inside Room After Manton Motel Explosion

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Investigators are finding more items in a motel room where an explosion started that leveled part of it last week.

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Woman Killed in Mackinac County Motorcycle Accident

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A woman riding on a motorcycle in Mackinac County is dead. 

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Feedback at 5:00: Pregnant Teen Banned From Participating in Graduation

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A Maryland high school senior who is pregnant is banned from participating in graduation. 

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MTM On The Road: Mount Pleasant's Water Works Salon Spa Academy

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In Northern Michigan there is a big need for trade workers. One of those trades? Cosmetology.

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Power Restored to Thousands In Benzie Co. After Crossarm Falls On Lines

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Power has been restored to thousands of Consumers Energy customers in Benzie County after a crossarm on a power pole came off and hit the lines Wednesday morning. 

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The National Cherry Festival Seeks Additional Volunteers

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The National Cherry Festival is just over a month away and organizers are looking for all the help they can get.

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'Your MakerSpace Place' Aims To Bring Marion Community Together

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A space in Osceola County is bringing neighbors together to finish projects and crafts.

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BATA’s Bike-N-Ride Program Returns For 5th Year

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The Bay Area Transportation Authority wants to make sure it's easy for people to get out, soak up the sun and enjoy the scenery.

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President Trump Meets With Pope Francis During First Overseas Trip

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President Donald Trump is on the last leg of his first overseas trip.

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What’s Trending Wednesday: Memorial Day Cookout Dishes

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If you’re planning to dust off your grill for this season’s first cook-out, we’re sharing a few recipes you may feel like giving a shot.

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Healthy Living: Social Media Survives Your Death… Or Not

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You’ve sorted out your life affairs in the event of your passing. But have you considered your life online?

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Bill Signed in Lansing Making Certain Online Games Not Considered Gambling

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Certain social media games are not considered gambling with the signing of a bill in Lansing. 

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President Trump's Proposed Budget Would Cut All Great Lakes Restoration Funding

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The budget proposal also completely cuts federal funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. 

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Local Farmers Could Be Impacted By Trump's Proposed Budget

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The President proposed a budget that includes cuts to many federal programs, including one that helps local farmers. 

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Veterans Welcomed With Signs, Cheering After Honor Flight Tour in Washington D.C.

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A very warm welcome home for dozens of Michigan veterans, touching down back at home Tuesday evening. 

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Educators Express Concern Over Bill That Would Get Rid of Pension for New Hires

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Michigan teachers are concerned about bills in Lansing that could get rid of pensions for new hires. 

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Shots Fired At Mason Co. Bowling Alley; No One Hurt

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“She heard three gun shots while they were in the parking lot and then a group of people took off running into the woods.” 

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Power Restored in Cadillac After Pole Fire Caused Outage

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Consumers Energy tells us that about 1,600 in Cadillac have been affected by a power outage. 

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McLaren Celebrates EMS Appreciation Week, The Importance of Calling 911

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McLaren Northern Michigan wants to remind the community, every second counts when it comes to a medical emergency. 

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Mid-Michigan Honor Flight Takes Veterans On Journey Of A Lifetime

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Seventy-three veterans from Michigan are in the nation's Capital, taking in the memorials and monuments built in their honor.

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Manchester Suicide Bombing's Significant Impact On Local Adults, Kids

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Many of the victims killed or hurt in the attack in Manchester England were children and teens. That fact can be difficult for young people to process and for parents. 

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Roscommon County Food Pantry Weighs In On President Trump's Budget Proposal

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Food stamp programs are among the social services targeted by President Trump's newly-released budget proposal. 

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Chippewa Hills School Bus Rear-Ends Car, No One Hurt

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An accident involving a Chippewa Hills school bus filled with kids headed home started when the bus rear-ended a car, Mecosta County deputies say. 

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Kalkaska Co. Deputies Investigate Possible Child Abduction

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“We ask people to stay aware of what's going on around themselves, around their home.” 

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Alpena County Regional Airport Plans to Build New, Bigger Terminal

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Upgrades are coming to the Alpena County Regional Airport. 

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Veterans Visit Vietnam Wall in Washington D.C. With Mid-Michigan Honor Flight

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Moments of somber reflection, stunned silence and even celebration. 

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Traverse City Break-In, Assault Suspect Turns Himself In

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An assault investigation that led to six arrests in Grand Traverse County just hit seven arrests. 

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Men Killed in Osceola County Wrong-Way Crash Identified

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We can now tell you the names of the men who died last week after investigators say someone drove the wrong direction on the freeway in Osceola County. 

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Northern Michigan from Above: Grand Traverse County BMX Raceway

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Our Northern Michigan from Above stories have taken us to some beautiful places lately. 

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Inside the Kitchen: Funistrada in Leelanau Co.

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Millions of Americans can trace their roots back to Italy. Whether you're one of them, or just have a taste for the cuisine--you're in luck if you find yourself in Leelanau County! 

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Two Northern Michigan Meijer Locations Kick Off Home Delivery Service

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The Meijer locations in Traverse City and Acme are kicking off their home delivery service.

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U.S Gov. Claims Fiat Chrysler Used Illegal Software to Cheat Emissions Test

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The U.S Government claims Fiat Chrysler used illegal software to beat emissions tests. 

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Manchester Suicide Bomber Identified

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A terrifying night, and now a day of shock and mourning in Manchester, England. At least 22 people are dead after the deadly attack at an Ariana Grande concert. 

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American Astronauts Replace Failed Computer Outside International Space Station

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Quick moves in zero gravity. Two American astronauts had to head outside the International Space Station after a computer failure.

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