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Doctor Arrested for Inappropriate Relations with Patients

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An Emmet County doctor accused of inappropriate relationships with patients faces multiple sex crime charges. The sheriff's department investigated allegations against Richard Ferguson of Harbor Springs, More>>

Events Around Northern Michigan

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This morning we have three exciting Easter events happening this weekend in Northern Michigan. If you want to participate in family, Easter activities, head over to Boyne Mountain Resort. All weekend More>>

MiFavoriteThings -- Favorite Band

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What's your favorite local band in Northern Michigan? It's this week's, and our final, MiFavoriteThings question! We're looking specifically for full bands, not individual musicians. Next week More>>

American Red Cross Helping Those Impacted by Apartment Fire

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The American Red Cross is on hand to help those displaced by today's fire. Red Cross volunteers are working to find them a temporary place to live, feeding them, and helping replace certain necessities. More>>

Sandy Pines Residents Relieved All Are Safe Following Fire

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Eight units destroyed, and even more damaged by smoke and water after a fire tore through this apartment building. Crews were called out to the Sandy Pines apartment complex in Kalkaska Township just More>>

Fire Destroys 8 Units In Kalkaska Co. Apartment Complex

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Kalkaska Central Dispatch says the Sandy Pines Apartment complex on Cedar Street is on fire.  Details are very limited. We are working to get more information.  Stay with Northern Michigan's News Leader More>>

Flood Restoration Crews Working Overtime

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As road commissions repair roads flood restoration companies are working repair homes that have taken on water. Flood restoration crews have attacked flooded basements for the last few days like this More>>

Three Northern Michigan High Schools Changing Tech Centers

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Three Northern Michigan high schools decided this week that they will send students to the Wexford-Missaukee Career Tech Center. Two of those schools are Bear Lake and Brethren in Manistee County. By More>>

MiGreatPlaces: Cloning Trees

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Parts of Northern Michigan were built on the logging industry.   But centuries of deforestation here and elsewhere is being felt around the world.   In today's MiGreatPlaces, a family business built on More>>

Hook and Hunting: Flood Fishing

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Anglers are anxious to hit their favorite fishing spots. As things settle after some major flooding, they may be wondering what all this excess water means for their season. The high fast rivers can More>>

MSP Celebrates 97th Birthday

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The brave men and women in blue are lighting a lot of candles this week to celebrate a big birthday.  The Michigan State Police are celebrating 97 years. To honor the milestone, Governor Rick Snyder declared More>>

Kalkaska Couple Runs In To Help Residents Get Out Of Burning Apartment Building

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As fire crews closely monitor hot spots, tenants are obviously in shock. 9&10 News spoke with a couple who ran into the burning building save those inside. That couple, Regyna and Matthew Hickman, live More>>

Sights and Sounds: West Bay Winter

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Freezing, thawing, flooding; there's no doubt it's been a week of weird weather in Northern Michigan. For tonight's Sights and Sounds, photojournalist Jared Barraco takes you to West Bay where winter More>>

Friends, Co-Workers React to Hit and Run Accident Involving Teacher

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A beloved teacher missed by the community of Scottville after he was involved in a hit and run accident. More>>

Emmet County Hopes to Add New Facilities to International Dark Sky Park

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One of Northern Michigan's favorite star gazing locations could get some upgrades in the coming year. Emmet County officials have announced a bond for county projects that would include a $7 million More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Portage Lake

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This home was originally built for a lumber manufacturer and his family to use for the summer residence more than 100 years ago. Today, the home has been completely renovated and insulated, but still More>>

Gov. Snyder Announces Plan To Run For Re-Election

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Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's re-election bid is official. The Republican turned in more than 26,000 signatures to election officials Thursday. The Governor handed in the petitions Thursday morning More>>

Tips To Stay Safe During Flood Clean-Up

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Michigan State Police and emergency managers want to be sure flood victims stay safe while recovering from the flooding. First off, if you have a well, you should flush out your water system to be sure More>>

Soldier Ride Gets Special Send-Off From White House

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Military veterans who are taking part in the Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride were given a special send-off today at the White House. President Obama sounded the air-horn to start the cyclists as More>>

Wolverine Woman Accused of Driving Drunk, Hitting School Bus

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They Cheboygan County Sheriff's Department arrested a Wolverine woman for hitting a school bus while driving drunk, then leaving the scene. It happened Wednesday around 3:45pm in Wolverine, on East Main More>>

UPDATE: Some Let Water Run Orders Ending, Many Still in Effect

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The Village of Bellaire, Beulah and Central Lake are the latest communities to end their "let water run" orders.
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Gov. Snyder Declares State Of Disaster For Newaygo, Osceola Counties

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Governor Snyder has declared a state of disaster for Newaygo and Osceola counties to help fund flood recovery. "Our state and local emergency response and volunteer services have been the backbone for More>>

Mason County Central Teacher in Stable Condition After a Hit and Run

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A Mason County Central middle school teacher is in stable condition Thursday.
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UPDATE: Knysz Dead After Taken Off Life Support

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The man who killed Trooper Paul Butterfield is dead.
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Caldwell Sentenced To Prison For Involuntary Manslaughter

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The man who shot and killed his girlfriend in their Traverse City apartment is going to prison. Robert Caldwell was sentenced to 11.5 to 19 years in prison. He pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, More>>

MDOT Closes Part Of EB M-68 In Cheboygan Co. For Unstable Roadbed

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The Michigan Department of Transportation is closing part M-68 in Cheboygan County.  Eastbound M-68 between Pigeon Rover and Afton Road in Cheboygan County will be closed due to a drain failure.  The More>>

MTM On The Road: Artworks Brings More Than Art to Big Rapids

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Artworks in Big Rapids is something that you need to see to believe. This giant facility houses an art gallery, art studios, public spaces for rent and an impressive selection in a gift shop which features More>>

Evacuations in Effect Along Muskegon River, Below Croton Dam

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The Newaygo County Emergency Manager says evacuations are happening along the Muskegon River, below the Croton Dam. The area has already reached water levels surpassing last year's highest point. The More>>

Detroit Judge Holds Bankruptcy Hearing To Discuss Payouts

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DETROIT (AP) -- Some big progress Thursday in Detroit's bankruptcy proceedings. Pension funds and retirees' group have shown their support to reduce payouts to thousands of former Detroit employees. The More>>

Roads Closed Across Northern Michigan

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The spring storms have caused problems for drivers. Below is a list of roads closed around Northern Michigan. Some closed roads may not be included on this list, so please drive with caution. Road conditions More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Ban The Word Bossy

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It's a word often learned in the school yard that carries over to the workplace: "bossy."        And the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, and author of the book "Lean-In" is making a push to stop More>>

DEVELOPING NEWS: South Korean Ship Sinks; Nearly 300 People Unaccounted For

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A ship carrying 470 people sank Wednesday, killing at least 2 people. 295 passengers are still missing. South Korean media say passengers were asked to jump overboard with life vests as the ship tipped More>>

Rescuers Save Three People From Montcalm Co. Lake

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Rescue crews had to save not one, but three people after two boats overturned on Loon Lake.   A woman spotted a man in the water on the lake in Montcalm County after his boat overturned Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Crews Work To Put Out Ogemaw Co. Sawmill Fire

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Fire crews will likely spend most of the day at the scene of a sawmill fire in Ogemaw County. It started at the Quigley Sawmill in South Branch Township around 5:00 Thursday morning. Several crews helped More>>

Ice Build Up Causes Problems For Crews Traveling To Fight Mackinac Fire

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Ice build up on the Great Lakes caused problems for firefighters trying to get to Mackinac Island. Crews from St. Ignace had to hop on a plane instead to help with a business fire on Mackinac Island, Wednesday. More>>

Culvert Company in High Demand

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Flood waters destroyed many Northern Michigan culverts leaving hundreds of roads impassable. Road commissions are now turning to companies that produce culverts for emergency repairs. Even though many More>>

AuSable Valley Youth Services Bureau Seeks Community Support After Funding is Cut

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They help children and their families, now a northern Michigan program needs of some help of its own. The AuSable Valley Youth Services Bureau in Crawford County counsels kids who are at-risk or struggle More>>

Lake County Declares Local State Of Emergency

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Lake County has declared a local state of emergency due to prolonged extreme winter conditions, severe storms and flooding. These have caused widespread and severe damage to property and threatens injury More>>

Dennos Museum Exhibit Showcases Tibetan Sand Paintings

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An exhibit at the Dennos Museum in Traverse City features arts from abroad, as Tibetan monks work on a sand painting. Eleven monks are visiting the Dennos, and began painting on Monday. Millions of More>>

Traverse Health Clinic Adds Exam Room, Makes Room For More Patients

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Recent changes in the healthcare system means a Northern Michigan health clinic is expanding to keep up with an increase in patients. The Traverse Health Clinic in Traverse City added a new exam room More>>

Commission on Aging Meeting Heats Up Over Director's Past

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A commission on aging board meeting heated up over the director of the agency's past. More>>

Road Commissions Now Assess and Repair Flood Damage

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Many rivers are beginning to recede and now local road commissions are left to assess and pay for the damage. Dozens of roads washed out or simply swept away means major repairs for road commissions already More>>

MiGreatDeals: Michigan Gutters Cleans Out Your Debris

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Spring means many people need to get their gutters cleaned out and there's a great deal right now to help you do that. Michigan Gutters services all of Northern Michigan, with their crew of 15 people. Right More>>

Chippewa Co. Police Arrest Man Accused Of Having Child Pornography

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Chippewa County deputies arrested another man in connection to an ongoing child pornography investigation. Investigators searched a home on Carrie Street in the Soo last month. They seized several computers More>>

St. Ignace Struggles With Water Main Breaks

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The after effects of a bitterly cold winter continues to take its toll on the upper peninsula. For Saint Ignace, it means 5 water main breaks in just the last week. A busy winter, and now Spring for More>>

Saving Rosie's Factory In Ypsilanti

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During World War II, a massive Michigan factory was used to build fighter planes to use against the Nazis. It's history is now in jeopardy. Henry Ford built the Ypsilanti plant dubbed as Detroit's "Arsenal More>>

UPDATE: Police Identify Body Of Man Found In Mason County

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UPDATE: The body found in Mason County Tuesday has been identified as a missing man from Wisconsin.
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Wood Stove Causes GT Co. House Fire

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Crews spent several hours last night fighting a Northern Michigan house fire. Grand Traverse Rural Fire Department spent nearly four hours at a home on Schell Road in Grant Township in Grand Traverse More>>

Researches Study Death Of Great Lakes Trout That Eat Invasive Alewife

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) -- Researchers are releasing new details on why some Great Lakes trout are dying off after eating an invasive fish called alewife. The prey fish contain an enzyme that destroys More>>

Two Northern Michigan Men Admit To Cheboygan Co. Break-Ins

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Two Northern Michigan men admitted to breaking into homes, cabins, and garages in Cheboygan County. On Tuesday, Corey Eddy of Onaway pleaded guilty to six counts of breaking and entering as a habitual More>>

Power Shut Off In Clare Co. Township For Flooding Concerns

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Flooding along the Muskegon River in Redding Township is creating a dangerous situation for crews.  As a result, Clare County emergency officials and Great Lakes Energy have begun shutting off power to More>>

UPDATE: GT Co. Road Commission Reopens N. Townline Road

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The Grand Traverse County Road Commission has reopened North Townline Road between South Airport Road and Hammond in Traverse City.
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Shelter Available In Osceola County, Clean-Up Kits Available In Newaygo

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Heavy rain caused swollen rivers to flood even more. Rivers are beginning to recede, but they are still above flood stage.
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NATO Increases Military Presence In Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin says Ukraine is on the brink of civil war.  Putin made the comment in a phone conversation with Germany's Chancellor Tuesday.  Also Tuesday, Ukrainian forces launched More>>

Utilities Shut Off In Osceola Co. Subdivisions Due To Flood Waters

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Electrical utility providers in Osceola County will shut power off to two subdivisions in Sylvan Township due to flood waters. Utilities will be shut off in Sylvan Township in the Jeffries and Doc & More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Restaurants Looking You Up Online

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Before you call and make reservations at a restaurant, you may check out their website, Facebook page, or look up reviews online. But what if the restaurant was doing the same thing to you? Some use More>>

MTM On The Road: Sisson's Main St. Specialties a Leland Favorite

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John and Linda Sisson know nearly everyone who stops into their cafe and bakery on a regular basis. The couple has been based in Leland for the past few decades and have created a favorite spot in town More>>

What's Trending Wednesday

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Every Wednesday we scour the web for popular pictures spreading across the Internet. This week we found an article showing off a few notes written by children. There's a mix of funny, cute, and even a More>>

Well-Known Community Member, Coach and Mom Remembered Today

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A well-known community member, coach and mom remembered today. Keisha Brown was a long time basketball coach for Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart. She moved on to coach at Alma College. She lost her 7 year More>>

Clare County Emergency Management Monitoring Dams for Flooding

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Clare County is keeping a close watch on their dams after the Wraco Dam failed, and you may be surprised how they're doing it. Clare County has plans in place for the three high-hazard dams they have More>>

UPDATE: Isabella County Man Turns Himself In for Animal Cruelty

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An Isabella County farmer is wanted after animal control found more than 70 dead calves on his property. The animal cruelty case hovers around John Montross' calving operation on M-20 just west of Mt. More>>

Piglet Virus Found On Michigan Farms

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -- The Michigan Agriculture Department says a virus that kills piglets has been found on 93 farms in the state. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus is deadly to newborn pigs, but doesn't More>>

Last Day To File Tax Returns

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Today is tax day, the last day to file your taxes. Professionals were busy keeping up with those who waited until the last minute. Professional Tax Services in Traverse City says they have been swamped More>>

Wraco Lodge Lake Dam Breaks in Roscommon County

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The Wraco Lodge Lake dam failed this morning, sending an entire lake down the Wolf Creek towards the Muskegon River. The lake and the flooded land is all state property, no buildings or private land should More>>

Muskegon River Surrounds Homes, Covers Roads in Newaygo County

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Rising waters continue causing major issues for people in Newaygo County. More>>

Northern Michigan Verizon Wireless Stores Lose Thousands of Dollars in Merchandise After Break-Ins

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This weekend the Bear Creek Twp. Petoskey and Cheboygan Verizon Wireless stores were broken into. State troopers say the thieves seem to be after smart phones, and the cases across the state are linked. More>>

Mackinac Island Ferry Waiting For Ice Breaking To Begin Service

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The start of the ferry season for Mackinac Island will be affected by ice. Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry is waiting to see how ice breaking goes before posting their schedule. The ferry is expected More>>

Homes Along Boardman River Experiencing Flooding

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Grand Traverse County is also being hit by flooding issues, in a familiar area. Homes along the Boardman River near East River Road and Garfield Road in Garfield Township are seeing water creep too close More>>

McGowan's Menu: Reedy's Family Restaurant In McBain

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For about five years, the Village of McBain was without a full-service restaurant. But now Reedy's Family Restaurant is there. They've established a lunch and dinner menu, hoping to appeal to customers More>>

Utility Crews Work to Restore Power Around the State

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Utility companies are working around the clock to restore power to several counties without power in Michigan. As of 4a.m., Consumers Energy says 38,000 customers are in the dark, including 4,100 in More>>

Missaukee Co. Declares Local State Of Emergency

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Due to widespread flooding causing infrastructure and property damage, Missaukee County has declared a local state of emergency.  Chairman of the Missaukee County Board of Commissioners Susan Rogers made More>>

UPDATE: CMU Student Accused Of Sexual Assault

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Central Michigan University police arrested a student for sexually assaulting someone in the East Quad.   It happened shortly before midnight Sunday on the Mt. Pleasant campus. Officers tracked down More>>

UPDATE: Roscommon Co. Dam Failure Impacts Clare Co. Roads

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The National Weather Service has issued a FLASH FLOOD WARNING for a dam failure in the extreme southwestern corner of Roscommon County.  The warning is in effect until 6:00 PM tonight.  As of noon on More>>

MTM On The Road: Pysanky Eggs a Ukrainian Tradition

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Easter eggs can be dyed, hard boiled, plastic and most often filled with chocolate.  Pysanky eggs are a famous Eastern European tradition dating back to ancient times.  Many who fall in love with the More>>

Leelanau Co. Teacher Resigns After Kissing Student On Trip

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The Superintendent at Suttons Bay says a high school Spanish teacher was in the Dominican Republic with some students when she kissed a student. Amy Linck admits to kissing an 18-year-old student on the More>>

US Urges Russia To Stop Attempted Takeover In Ukraine

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Obama is urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to end an attempted takeover in eastern Ukraine. The two had a phone conversation Monday. A senior administration official More>>

Underwater Search Goes Too Deep For Submarine Robot

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PERTH, Australia (AP) -- The first underwater mission to search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was cut short.   An Australian official says the US Navy sent an underwater robot into the ocean, More>>

Michigan DNR Awards Project Grants For Wildlife Habitat

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- More than $737,000 in DNR grant money is being divvied up among organizations, landowners and government agencies in Michigan. It's meant to support and improve wildlife habitats. Sixteen More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Seniors Singled Out

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High school seniors only have a little time left before graduation. But one district's students are fuming instead of celebrating. During a recent rally for the class of 2014, 34 students were told to More>>

Adopt a Pet Tuesday

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Every week on Michigan This Morning we feature pets in need of a loving family today we have three animals ready for a new place to call home. We start off with Pepper. She is a long haired, adult, female More>>

Flooding issues Along the Boardman River

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Many people living along the Boardman river are also dealing with flooding issues. You can see some streets signs just barely above the rising water. We talked to people in the More>>

Three Receive Distinguished Citizen Award for Helping Trooper Paul Butterfield

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After Trooper Paul Butterfield was shot in September, three complete strangers stopped to help him. Today, they were honored for their actions. Connie Helton, and Charles and Shannon Comstock, helped More>>

Debris and Trees Litter Mason Co. After Storm

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This weekend's storm not only brought rain, but also heavy winds. A number of homes in Mason County were damaged, and some properties even collapsed. "All of a sudden the wind picked up, like in a More>>

Yoopers Hope Snow Leaves Quickly

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It's a much different story north of the bridge.   People in the Upper Peninsula say they hope today's snow is the last of the season. Spring snow has people wishing for spring as they trek through slush More>>

Cadillac Students Compete In Bridge Building Competition

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A big honor for several Cadillac High School students. They were picked to be part of a statewide bridge-building competition. It's called the Michigan Department of Transportation Design and Bridge Build More>>

Homeowners Along Muskegon River Decide To Stay, Go

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Breelynn Martin spent the day talking to people along the Muskegon River about this evacuation, something becoming all too common for many. But as some people prepare to leave their homes, others are More>>

Ships Still Battling Ice to Get Through Soo Locks

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Ships are starting to line up to get through the Soo Locks, A long process for everyone. Significant ice buildup on the Great Lakes is slowing down the shipping traffic. Ships are taking a lot more time More>>

Mecosta and Osceola Counties Cleaning Up Storm Damage

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Osceola and Mecosta Counties are also cleaning up several damaged areas, and taking care of water over roads and downed trees. 90th Avenue near Evart in Mecosta County was completely washed out. 9&10's More>>

Inland Lakes Causing Flooding Problems

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In Wexford County, an inland lake is overtaking some homes. Several homes on West Lake Mitchell Drive near Cadillac are surrounded in water. This is the worst people living around this lake have seen More>>

Wexford County Declares Local State Of Emergency

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Wexford County has declared a Local State of Emergency.  In order to help respond to widespread flooding, Wexford County has enabled the Emergency Operations Plan and is gathering damage information.  Residents More>>

Gov. Snyder Plans To Increase Michigan Recycling

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) -- Governor Rick Snyder wants Michiganders to have more ways to recycle. Right now, our state recycles about 15% of its municipal waste. The national average is 35%. Governor More>>

Kalkaska Co. Home Lost In Morning Fire

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Firefighters worked for hours to save a Kalkaska County home from burning to the ground, but lost the battle.   The fire started around 8:00 AM Monday morning at a home on Zimmerman Road in Rapid City More>>

One Dies In Montmorency Co. Accident

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A man is dead following an accident in Montmorency County. Deputies were called to the intersection of County Roads 451 and 459 in Hillman around 9:00 PM Saturday night for an accident involving two vehicles. Clinton More>>

Assessing Spring Storm Damage

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Most of the heavy rain has ended, now people across Northern Michigan are beginning to assess the damage and start cleanup.   Mecosta and Osceola counties were hit the hardest.   You can see the weekend More>>

Gladwin Co. Emergency Management Wants Property Damages Reported

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The Emergency Management Director in Gladwin County is asking residents to report storm damage to them.  They say if you feel you have damage to your home, driveway, road and/or property, please document More>>

MTM On The Road: Maple Syrup Flowing In Michigan

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Maple syrup season is in full swing in Michigan and at Maple Moon Family Sugary everyone works together to create their famous product. Sunny days and cool nights are perfect for getting the sap to "run."  Michigan More>>

Crews Put Out Vanderbilt Structure Fire

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Fire crews spent the night putting out a fire at a vacant building. Crews responded to the fire on the corner of Garfield and Mill Street in Vanderbilt. They got a call around midnight Sunday into Monday More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Share Your Spring Storm Stories & Photos

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Rain, hail, high wind damage, flooding and snow, Northern Michigan is dealing with a major spring mess right now.  Flood watches and warnings are in effect for some, while others are looking at winter More>>

Five Injured In Antrim County Accident

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Five people were hospitalized after a head-on crash. It happened in Antrim County on Saturday.   Police say one of the cars was making a left hand turn into the Custer Township Hall parking lot when More>>

Possible Meth Dump Site Found In Osceola County

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Deputies in Osceola County, along with the Traverse Narcotics Team, received a tip for a possible meth dump site in Marion Township on Sunday. There, they found an apparatus, chemicals and components More>>

Central Dispatch Says Flooding Can be an Issue This Week For Mecosta and Osceola Counties

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Meceola Central Dispatch says Saturdays heavy rainfall and storms are causing many road closures and flooding. The phone has been ringing off the hook at central dispatch with reports of roads blocked More>>

Mecosta and Osceola Counties See Storm Damage

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Mecosta and Osceola Central Dispatch tells 9&10 News the counties are seeing storm damage. Osceola County has washed out roads and some damage, but Mecosta County is in bad condition. They say roads More>>

Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail Extension Project Begins This Week

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A trail extension project is slated to continue this week at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail was constructed in 2012 after the steering committee for the Leelanau More>>

Crews Respond to Sunday Morning Fire at Clare High School

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Clare County Police Department reports early Sunday Morning at approximately 3:37 a.m. they received a motion alarm at the Clare High School. At 4:10 a.m. a smoke detector alarm was received from the More>>

Working Before the Rain Hits

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Today's dousing kept many northern Michiganders indoor this afternoon. But some got an early start to the day to get in some outdoor spring cleaning before the showers began. Though things were cloudy More>>

Ferris Students Clean the Community

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For the 7th straight year, Ferris State University students dispersed throughout Big Rapids, cleaning and painting homes and raking yards. It is all a part of The Big Event. The student government at More>>

Cancer Benefit Held in Remus

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In February, Mike Elkins went to the doctor with pain in his liver. He was quickly diagnosed with small cell carcinoma. This afternoon in Remus, his friends and family held a benefit pig roast for him, More>>

Witnesses Take Keys From Drunk Driver With Child in Car

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The Wexford County Sheriff says bystanders took the keys from a drunk driver after the woman nearly caused an accident at the corner of W. 13th Street and E. Lake Mitchell Road late last night. Police More>>

Sandbag Training Prepares Emergency Services, Homeowners for Flooding

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Evart isn't the only area threatened by the rising Muskegon River. Newaygo hopes their work to prepare will help them the next time a flood hits. Over the past four years in Newaygo, the Muskegon River More>>

Freighter Docked For Ice Damage

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A Great Lakes freighter is docked in Sault Ste. Marie after receiving ice damage to its hull.  The Director of the Sault Vessel Traffic Service confirms the incident happened Thursday around 2:00 PM.  The More>>

Trail Run Festival

Trail Run Festival

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Timber Ridge in Traverse City is hosting a Trail Run Festival to kickoff Spring for outdoor runners. Thanks to it's beautiful scenery and moderate climate, Traverse City has long been a popular destination More>>

Young Professionals Round Table

Young Professionals Round Table

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Governor Snyder had a busy day today making numerous stops across Northern Michigan. As a part of his tour of the region, the Governor visited the Grand Traverse Resort to speak to the Chamber's Identified More>>

Crews Investigating House Fire in Roscommon County

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Smoke and flames filled a Roscommon County home earlier tonight. Witnesses sent these photos to 9&10 News. No one was home when flames broke out at the home on Heightsview Drive in Houghton Lake. The More>>

Snyder Discusses Economy At Petoskey Luncheon

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With breakfast over, it was on to lunch. Governor Snyder was the keynote speaker at a luncheon celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance. More than 700 people attended the More>>

Microbrew & Music Festival Heads To Lansing

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The Microbrew and Music Festival is going mobile. It'll be in downtown Lansing next weekend. More than 100 musicians, including OAR, will be performing, and more than 200 craft beers will be available More>>

Snyder Focuses on Skilled Trades at Governor's Breakfast

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The crowd this morning was filled with business leaders and students from the Cadillac area. Many fighting right alongside the governor to accentuate the need for skilled manufacturing workers. During More>>

Interlochen Center For The Arts Announces Summer Lineup

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Interlochen Center for the Arts unveiled its lineup for the 2014 Arts Festival today. And some big names are heading to Northern Michigan to perform. Sheryl Crow is kicking off the summer -- with Traverse More>>

State Senator Moolenaar is Running for Congressional Seat

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The Cadillac Governor's Breakfast is also a chance for local lawmakers to come together in a social setting from all levels of government. One of the visitors was State Senator John Moolenaar from Midland. He More>>

Forecasted Rains Raising Flood Concerns Along Muskegon River

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Rain showers forecasted for this weekend could create issues for those living along rivers in Northern Michigan. More>>

Landscapers Anxiously Waiting for Their Busy Season

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The winter is also pushing back the busy season for businesses banking on warmer months. Many landscaping companies in Northern Michigan are facing a late start and Milarch Brothers in Manistee County More>>

Common Mistakes To Avoid When Filing Your Taxes

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It's crunch time for taxpayers who haven't filed their forms yet. The deadline for filing is this Tuesday, April 15. Some common mistakes to avoid, first, not signing your forms. The IRS says if it doesn't More>>

Wineries Fear Loss Of Crops After Harsh Winter

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A harsh winter is causing some concern for Northern Michigan wineries, as they start to determine how much crop loss they'll see due to the cold and snow. While it's still too early to tell exactly how More>>

Katke Golf Course Makes Final Preps Before Opening Day

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As the temperatures rise, golf courses across the area are getting ready to open their greens. More>>

Judge Approves Detroit Pension Debt Deal

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A federal judge is giving the go-ahead to Detroit's plan to settle a multi-million dollar pension debt deal with two banks. The bankrupt city will pay $85 million to UBS and Bank of America. The More>>

No Recall Issued For Ford F-150, Probe Closed

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DETROIT (AP) -- Federal regulators will not pursue a recall of Ford F-150 pick up trucks after complaints about EcoBoost engines losing power. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it More>>

Alpena Police Warning Of Counterfeit Cash

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The Alpena Police Department is warning area businesses about an increase of counterfeit currency. Recently, employees at a local financial institution noticed a $100 bill did not look or feel the same More>>

Man Accused Of Falsifying Water Testing Reports

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A man in charge of water testing for several Northern Michigan communities is accused of falsifying the reports. The DEQ says Randall Holecheck falsified reports for tests done at Bayshore Estates, Disciples More>>

Coast Guard Rescues 5 From Icy Great Lakes Water, Dangerous Ice Conditions

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The Coast Guard is warning people that ice conditions are becoming increasingly dangerous.  Five people were rescued by the Door County Sheriff's Department out of icy water after falling through the More>>

Pipe Island Passage To Open Sunday

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The Captain of the Port Sault Ste. Marie will open Pipe Island Passage on Sunday.  Beginning at 8:00 AM on April 13, a Coast Guard icebreaker will break the ice around Pipe Island to open the passage.  The More>>

Mt. Pleasant Police Investigating Break-In At Green Spot Pub

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Police in Mt. Pleasant are investigating a Wednesday morning break-in at the Green Spot Pub.  Police say the individuals who involved did damage to the building when breaking in, as well as inside the More>>

President Obama Announces HHS Secretary Resignation, Replacement

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Thursday, Kathleen Sebelius announced her resignation as Health and Human Services Secretary. Friday morning, President Obama announced her successor, Sylvia Mathews Burwell.   Sebelius' resignation More>>

US, German Leaders Discuss Ukraine Crisis By Phone

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ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) -- President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke over the phone to discuss the crisis in Ukraine The conversation is being described as a 'check-in' between the two More>>

Australian PM Confident Signals Are From Missing Plane

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Australia's Prime Minister says he's confident underwater signals being heard are from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. They were picked up in the southern Indian Ocean and he says they are probably More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Pay To Quit

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Amazon says it wants unhappy workers to quit, and they'll pay them to do it. The company is making the offer to workers who take care of orders that are boxed and shipped. In the first year of work, More>>

MiFavoriteThings -- "Todd & Brad Reed Photography"

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For this edition of MiFavoriteThings, we're showcasing the work of Todd & Brad Reed Photography! Stephanie Adkins met up with the father and son duo at their gallery in downtown Ludington. She and Evan More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Apps To Make You Look Thinner

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We live in an age of "selfies" and an instant look at photos, taken just about anywhere and at any time. A pair of app developers is trying to help inspire people with a program that is a so-called "Skinnee More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Blizzard Bags

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Plenty of Northern Michigan students were home from school more than usual with the rough winter we just experienced. Snow days were spread throughout the nation this year and one district is sending More>>

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  • White House updating online privacy policy

    White House updating online privacy policy

    Friday, April 18 2014 7:51 AM EDT2014-04-18 11:51:48 GMT
    By MARTHA MENDOZA AP National Writer A new Obama administration privacy policy released Friday explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile...
    By MARTHA MENDOZA AP National Writer A new Obama administration privacy policy released Friday explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile apps and...
  • Views differ of imam accused in US terrorism case

    Views differ of imam accused in US terrorism case

    Friday, April 18 2014 6:21 AM EDT2014-04-18 10:21:00 GMT
    A New York jury has heard two widely differing descriptions of an Egyptian imam accused of carrying out terrorism offenses while he led a London mosque.
    An Egyptian imam who led a London mosque more than a dozen years ago was portrayed in opening statements at his terrorism trial as an enthusiastic supporter of al-Qaida by a prosecutor and as a reasonable man who helped...
  • Remembering an officer slain after bombs went off

    Remembering an officer slain after bombs went off

    Friday, April 18 2014 6:01 AM EDT2014-04-18 10:01:29 GMT
    Relatives of the police officer authorities say was killed by the Boston bombing suspects are remembering him a year later.
    Like many other youngsters, Sean Collier wanted to be a police officer. Unlike most, he brought that dream to life - and then died doing it, becoming a central character in one of the most gripping manhunts the nation has...
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  • Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Portage Lake

    Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Portage Lake

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:28 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:28:40 GMT
    This home was originally built for a lumber manufacturer and his family to use for the summer residence more than 100 years ago. Today, the home has been completely renovated and insulated, but still
    This home was originally built for a lumber manufacturer and his family to use for the summer residence more than 100 years ago. Today, the home has been completely renovated and insulated, but still
  • Roads Closed Across Northern Michigan

    Roads Closed Across Northern Michigan

    Thursday, April 17 2014 12:27 PM EDT2014-04-17 16:27:52 GMT
    The spring storms have caused problems for drivers. Below is a list of roads closed around Northern Michigan. Some closed roads may not be included on this list, so please drive with caution. Road conditions
    The spring storms have caused problems for drivers. Below is a list of roads closed around Northern Michigan. Some closed roads may not be included on this list, so please drive with caution. Road conditions
  • UPDATE: Knysz Dead After Taken Off Life Support

    UPDATE: Knysz Dead After Taken Off Life Support

    Thursday, April 17 2014 4:07 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:07:30 GMT
    The man who killed Trooper Paul Butterfield is dead.
    The man who killed Trooper Paul Butterfield is dead.
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