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Beulah Beach Water Warning Lifted

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We have an update on some beach testing in Benzie County.

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Five Teens Rescued From Lake Michigan

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Five teenagers are safe after being rescued from some rough waters in southern Lake Michigan. 

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MTM On The Road: The 13th Traverse City Film Festival

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This week at the Traverse City Film Festival, thousands will come together in the name of cinematic art. The six day festival brings films and filmmakers around the world to Northern Michigan.

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Wexford County Kids Create Healthy Recipes With Random Ingredients

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Kids in Wexford County are being challenged to get creative with their cooking.

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Russia Orders US To Cut Diplomats In Response To New Sanctions

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The Senate approved a new package of stiff financial sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea. It's headed to the president's desk. 

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Racers Prepare To Set Sail For 57th Annual Ugotta Regatta

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Nearly 90 boats will set sail Friday for the Ugotta Regatta race. It's the 57th annual race put on by the Little Traverse Yacht Club. 

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Indiana Police Officer Shot, Killed While Responding To Crash

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An Indiana police officer is dead after being shot several times while responding to a traffic crash in Indianapolis.

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Healthy Living: Tanning Addiction

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There may be a troubling reason why some people feel healthier after coming out of a suntan parlor.

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‘Skinny Repeal' Of Obamacare Fails In The Senate

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The repeal of the Affordable Care Act has failed in the Senate early Friday morning.

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Kids Fest At Traverse City Film Festival

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The Traverse City Film Festival is zeroing in on the youngest of movie lovers. 

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Wexford County Animal Shelter Closed, Vets Advice On Canine Parvovirus

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The Wexford County Animal Shelter will stay closed for at least two weeks due to canine parvovirus. 

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Northern Michigan Farmers Excited For Grant Supporting Farm To School Programs

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The school year is right around the corner and this year when your kids go back, they could be eating more locally grown produce.  A federal grant was recently given to the Michigan Department Of Education to improve farm to school programs. 

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Veterans Affairs Committee Seeks Legal Counsel After Former Director Resignation

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Thursday morning the Grand Traverse County Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman announced they're seeking legal counsel against county leaders. 

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Hook & Hunting: St. Ignace Summer Fishing

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Just over the bridge is a place that prides itself on four seasons full of fishing, St. Ignace says fishing is a huge part of their culture and the economy. It's a great place for both novice and expert fishermen, especially in the summer...

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Making Money From Golfer Mistakes, A Pickford Teacher's Unique Underwater Summer Job

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It's certainly not something you see every day, a scuba diver on a golf course. This summer, an Upper Peninsula man is diving into water hazards to recover lost golf balls. He has turned it into a pretty lucrative business. 

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Leelanau County Man In Hospital After Driving Into Home

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A Leelanau County kitchen is barely standing after a man drove off of M-22 and into a woman's home while she and her dog were inside. 

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Leelanau County Sheriff's Office Ask For Help In Identifying Man Found In Lake Michigan

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Leelanau County Sheriff's Office release more information to get identity of man found in Lake Michigan on 4th of July.

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Au Sable River Festival Draws Crowds for Canoe Marathon and More

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From the river to the streets of downtown, Grayling has come alive. 

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Wexford Co Animal Shelter Temporarily Closed After Cases of Canine Parvovirus Found in Dogs

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The Wexford County Animal Shelter closed for at least two weeks due to cases of canine parvovirus found in some shelter dogs. 

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Michigan Judge Freezes $2.5 Million in State Aid for Private Schools

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A Judge signed an injunction to freeze $2.5 million that would have gone to private schools in Michigan as state aid. 

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Clare County Fair Talks Ride Safety After Deadly Ohio State Fair Accident

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In light of the deadly Ohio State Fair accident, we wanted to know what goes into ride inspections in Northern Michigan.

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Wellness for the Family: Healthier Campfire Recipes

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It's camping season in Northern Michigan, but that doesn't mean you need to stick with hot dogs, burgers and s'mores.

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What's Happening in Northern Michigan: Rendezvous in the Sault, Blueberry Festival, Fine Art &Fine Crafts Festival

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We're already ending the month of July, but that means another weekend full of summer tradition in Northern Michigan.

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Nearly 300 Pounds of Marijuana Found in Shipment of Ford Vehicles From Mexico

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Police recovered nearly 300 pounds of marijuana found in rail cars with new Ford and Lincoln vehicles imported from Mexico. 

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Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Continues Efforts to Build 2 New Casinos

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A local Native American tribe still plans to build casinos in Lansing and Detroit, despite a major setback. 

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11-Year-Old Dies After Falling Into Trenton Channel

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The U.S. Coast Guard says an 11-year-old boy drowned after he fell into a waterway. 

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Man Accused of Killing Two People Downstate Charged With Murder

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A suspect who turned himself in for two murders in Michigan is now facing charges in both deaths.

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Montcalm County Deputies Arrest Break-In Suspect

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Montcalm County deputies arrested a man suspected of two break-ins in Howard City.

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Anthony Scaramucci Lashes Out, Claims Someone Leaked His Financial Information

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New White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is lashing out, claiming someone leaked his financial information. 

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Wexford County Animal Shelter Closed Due to Canine Parvovirus

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The Wexford County Animal Shelter is closed until further notice because of canine parvovirus. 

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No Swimming at Beulah Beach Due to High Levels of E. coli

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Benzie County Health Department is warning people to avoid going into the water at a local beach. 

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Downstate Man Missing, Believed to be in Leelanau Co.

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State police are searching for a missing downstate man they say could be in Northern Michigan.

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Former NMC Employee Accused Of Embezzling Thousands From The College

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A woman working at Northwestern Michigan College is accused of stealing more than $9,000.

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Leelanau County Deputies Need Help Identifying Drowning Victim

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The Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office needs help identifying a drowning victim. 

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Harbor Spring Man Admits to Leading Police on High-Speed Chase

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A Harbor Springs man admits to leading police on a high-speed chase through three Northern Michigan counties.

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MTM On The Road: Mackinac Island's Historic Wawashkamo Golf Club

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Amidst the trees and hills of Mackinac Island lies the longest operating golf course in Michigan, Wawashkamo Golf Club.

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Benzie County Fishers Replace a Fishing Pole With a Popular Household Item

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“It's just a really fun atmosphere and a beautiful environment,” said Nicole Vanderploge.   

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Steve Scalise Released From Hospital, To Begin Inpatient Rehab

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Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise is out of the hospital.

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1 Dead, 7 Injured After Ride Malfunction At Ohio State Fair

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One person is dead and seven others hurt, some critically, after a ride malfunction at the Ohio State Fair.

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Ford Recalls More Than 100,000 Vehicles Due to Faulty Seat Belts

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Ford is recalling more than 100,000 of its trucks and SUVs because the seat belts can fail. 

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Grand Traverse Pavilions Discuss Bonding For PACE Program

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A new program coming to Northern Michigan that could really help seniors. The Grand Traverse Pavilions presented bond requests to county commissioners Wednesday night. 

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BATA Provides Free Rides For Traverse City Film Festival

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As the Traverse City Film Festival kicks into high gear BATA bus service is offering free rides to help you get around. 

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Traverse City Veterans, LGBTQ Community Discuss President's Reinstatement of Transgender Military Ban

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The decision has garnered strong reactions from across the country and here in northern Michigan. 

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Central Michigan University Treatment Center Helps Kids With Autism

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For a couple years the Central Autism Treatment Center has been changing the lives of kids with Autism. The push comes after Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley called for the state to train more certified service providers. 

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Graffiti Pops Up Around Mt. Pleasant, Police Ask For Help

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Graffiti is popping up across Mount Pleasant. Police are asking for your help to figure out who is behind it.  Mount Pleasant police say it started about three weeks ago. 

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Grayling Mother, Son Hit By Pickup Truck While Crossing Downtown Street

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It was a scary situation during a Northern Michigan festival. A woman and her two young children were walking across a street – when they were hit by a truck. 

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Planned Jail Renovations Will Increase Security, Save Money for Cheboygan Co. Over Time

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Adding a kitchen as a security measure, it is part of a renovation and expansion project in the works at the Cheboygan County Jail. 

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Northern Michigan in Focus: Voyageur Island Park

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We know Northern Michigan is a beautiful place to live, but have you ever really gone exploring? There's a small island near Sault Ste. Marie that few have heard of, and now you can visit. 

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Short's Brewing Company Partners With California Based Lagunitas Brewing Company

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Bellaire based Short's Brewing Company is partnering with the Lagunitas Brewing Company. 

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Gov. Snyder Signs Legislation Allowing Tax Breaks for Companies Adding Jobs

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Governor Rick Snyder has signed legislation giving qualified companies that create Michigan jobs tax incentives. 

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Cherry Capital Airport Receives $6 Million Grant From FAA

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Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City is getting a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. 

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Senate Rejects Proposal to Repeal 'Obamacare'

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The Senate has rejected a GOP proposal to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care law and give Congress two years to come up with a replacement. 

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Four Michigan Lighthouses Now For Sale

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If you've ever wanted to buy a lighthouse, now is your chance. 

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Flint Water Quality Improving; Five Water Resource Locations to Close

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The state is closing five of the nine locations where people living in Flint have been getting free bottled water, filters and testing kits. 

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Jackson County Man Digs Up Pre-Historic Bones

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A Jackson County man made a pre-historic discovery 10 years after building a pond. 

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Researchers: There Might Be Water Below Moon's Crust

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Believe it or not, there may be water on the moon. 

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Village of Kalkaska Makes $80,000 Settlement Offer in Health Care Benefit Lawsuit

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The village of Kalkaska has made an $80,000 settlement offer in a health care benefit lawsuit.

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Former NMC Employee Charged With Embezzling

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A former Northwestern Michigan College employee is charged with embezzling more than $9,000 from the college.

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Driver OK After Hitting Deer, Rolling Car in Leelanau County

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A driver is OK after she hit a deer and rolled her car in Leelanau County. 

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Woman, 1-Year-Old Child Hit By Pickup Truck While Crossing Street

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Grayling police say a woman and a 1-year-old were hurt while crossing a street in Grayling Tuesday. 

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Grant Me Hope: Sally

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This week, 9&10 News and Grant Me Hope introduce you to Sally. 

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"Bike4BreastCancer" Event in Petoskey Raising Money to Help Patients in Northern Michigan

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This Saturday is the 15th annual Bike4BreastCancer in Petoskey. 

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Motorcycle Driver Seriously Hurt After Hitting Deer

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A man is seriously injured after a deer hit him on his motorcycle. 

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Short's Brewing Company Announces Plans to Partner with Lagunitas Brewing Company

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Bellaire-based Short's Brewing Company has announced that it plans to partner with the Lagunitas Brewing Company, based in California. 

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What's Growing with Tom: Week Seven

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This week we're checking in with meteorologist Melanie Steinberg to see what's growing in the Doppler 9&10 Weather Garden. 

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President Trump Announces Ban on Transgender People Serving in the Military

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Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump announced in a tweet that transgender people will not be allowed to serve in “any capacity” in the United States military. 

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MTM On The Road: Mackinac Island's Original Murdick's Fudge Shop Celebrates 130 Years of Fudge

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Wednesday Mackinac Island's Original Murdick's Fudge Shop celebrates 130 years of making their favorite sweet treat, fudge.

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Trump Administration Announces Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities

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The Trump Administration is announcing a crackdown on so-called sanctuary cities. 

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Officials Seek Public Feedback On Plan To Improve Lake Huron Water Quality

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U.S. and Canadian officials are asking for your thoughts on how to improve water quality in Lake Huron. 

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North American One-Armed Golf Championship Tournament Comes To Northern Michigan

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About 50 golfers are competing this week in the National One-Arm Golf Championship. 

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What’s Trending Wednesday: National Bagelfest Day

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From breakfast, all the way to dinner, this versatile baked good can make even the tastiest dishes a little bit better. So for this week’s What’s Trending Wednesday, we’re taking a look at a few clever recipes.

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Healthy Living: 9 Mistakes That Mess With Your Eyes

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Are you raising your risk of eye infection? We’ll tell you practices you should be avoiding.

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Kicking Off The 13th Annual Traverse City Film Festival With A Party, Film Premiere

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The start of the 13th annual Traverse City Film Festival is an event all on its own.

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Gov. Snyder Vetoes Bill Meant to Speed Up Tax Breaks On Car Trade-Ins

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A state bill that would have sped-up tax breaks on car trade-ins has been vetoed by Governor Rick Snyder. 

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MSP Say People Are Stealing Bottled Water Meant For Flint Residents

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State police say people are stealing bottled water meant for the residents of Flint who are still dealing with a water crisis. 

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Inside the Kitchen: Food Truck Month at Primos BBQ in McBain

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Brand new to the road, Primos BBQ serves up sweet Texas-style smoke that you're unlikely to find anywhere else within a few hundred miles.

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Grand Traverse Co. Deputies Find Missing Woman

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The Traverse City Police Department is asking for your help finding a missing woman. They say Sandy Sandra Husacek has been missing since July 21.  If you have any information on her location, you are asked to call 231-995-5153

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Governor Opens Fund To Help Northern Michigan Counties Impacted By Flood

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Governor Snyder, opening an emergency fund to help local counties recover after last month's devastating flood.  The Governor opened the disaster and emergency contingency fund.  

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A Charlevoix County Road Remains Closed, Residents Express Concern With Construction Delay

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Shadow Trail in Walloon Lake has been closed to traffic since a culvert collapsed back in May. 

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Gaylord MSP, SANE Arrest 7 After Medical Marijuana Dispensary Raids

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An investigation two-months in the making resulted in the arrest of several caregivers accused of illegally selling marijuana.

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Elderly Emmet County Woman Found Safe, Rescued By Coast Guard

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A happy ending in the search for an 84 year old Emmet County woman. She was rescued Tuesday morning. Nancy Berger was reported missing in the Oden Island area on Monday evening, she was spotted by the Coast Guard a little after 9 am Tuesday morning...

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Traverse City Salvation Army Continues Christmas In July Fundraiser

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Christmas isn't Christmas without the Salvation Army’s signature Red Kettle fundraiser. Well the same goes for Christmas in July. 

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Gratiot County Sheriff's Deputy Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Former Family Friend

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 A woman says she's the victim of a sexual assault.   And she says this man, a former family friend and Gratiot County Sheriff's Deputy is the one who did it.  The victim says the assault happened in 2013 when she was 15 years old.  

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Traverse City Art Trek Provides A New Way To Experience Art Downtown

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There's a new way to experience art in downtown Traverse City. It's called the Traverse City Art Trek or TCAT. 

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Microsoft Paint Not Gone For Good, Free at Windows Store

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Microsoft Paint is getting a second chance at life just one day after Microsoft said it was getting rid of the drawing program. 

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President Trump's Artwork Loosely Based on Manhattan up for Auction

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If you've ever wanted a work of art from the President, here it is. A piece made by President Trump is being auctioned off.

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California Girl Live Streams on Instagram While Driving, Kills Sister

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One minute a California girl was live streaming and driving with her sister. The next, she crashed and her sibling was dead. 

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UPDATE: Missing Woman Found in Emmet County

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Nancy Berger was found at 9 a.m. on Tuesday near the shoreline on Oden Island after searching for her since Monday evening. 

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Fife Lake Inn Works To Re-Open After Kitchen Fire Damage

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A Grand Traverse County restaurant is working against the clock to re-open after a kitchen fire forced them to close for more than a week.

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Northern Michigan From Above: Cherry Bowl Drive-In In Benzie County

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Popcorn, pop, candy, and a cool northern Michigan summer night. Derrick Larr's Northern Michigan From Above comes from the Cherry Bowl Drive-In in Benzie County.

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Living Right: Eating Before Exercise

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A new study suggests exercising on an empty stomach may not be a bad idea. 

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Traverse City Film Festival Kicks Off 13th Year

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Celebrating film and fun. The Traverse City Film Festival just kicked off its 13th year. It’s a memorable time for many, not only in Traverse City but people from all over. 

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Traverse City Restaurant Owner Accused of Withholding $69,000 in Sales Taxes From State

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A Traverse City restaurant owner is charged by the State Attorney General for not filing tax returns for his restaurant. 

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2 Men Arrested for Selling Drugs in Benzie County

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We can now show you two men arrested for selling LSD and MDMA in Benzie County. Court documents show Rudolph Manick is charged with two counts of delivering and manufacturing a controlled substance. 

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Grand Ledge Athlete Dies During Off-Season Football Workout

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Grand Ledge High School is mourning the loss of an athlete who died during an off-season football workout. 

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E. coli Levels in Traverse City Beach Make it Unsafe to Swim

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The Grand Traverse Health Department says it's not safe to swim at a local beach. S

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Man Put on Probation After Cat Found Sick, Wrapped in Duct Tape in Grand Traverse Co.

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A man who admitted to wrapping a cat in duct tape in Grand Traverse County has now been sentenced. 

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German Car Companies Plummet in Stocks After Claims of Operating Widespread Cartel

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Stocks for German car companies have plummeted after a report claimed they were operating a widespread cartel. 

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iRover Recalls Several Models of Hoverboards

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The popular self-balancing scooters known as hoverboards are now being recalled.

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69-Year-Old Manatee Dies At South Florida Aquarium

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Snooty the manatee died in what the South Florida Aquarium calls a heartbreaking accident. 

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US Navy Ship Fires Warning Shots At Iranian Patrol Boat

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U.S. defense officials say a U.S. Navy ship fired warning shots at an armed Iranian patrol boat. 

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    Healthy Living: Your Body Without Sugar

    Monday, July 24 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-07-24 23:00:23 GMT
    Monday, July 24 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-07-24 23:00:23 GMT

    The average American consumes more than 19 teaspoons of added sugar a day, even though guidelines suggest we should be eating no more than 6-9 teaspoons daily.

    The average American consumes more than 19 teaspoons of added sugar a day, even though guidelines suggest we should be eating no more than 6-9 teaspoons daily.

  • Healthy Living: Protecting Your Ears

    Healthy Living: Protecting Your Ears

    Monday, July 17 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-07-17 23:00:24 GMT
    Monday, July 17 2017 7:00 PM EDT2017-07-17 23:00:24 GMT

    The CDC reports that one in four Americans have some degree of noise-induced hearing loss. 

    The CDC reports that one in four Americans have some degree of noise-induced hearing loss.