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Arnold Line Plans To Run This Summer

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Some changes are in store for the Arnold Transit Line that offers ferry rides to and from Mackinac Island.  More>>

Two Government Workers Let Go in Osceola County

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Two government workers let go in one Osceola County community, and a 3rd job in jeopardy. A city of Evart police officer and a Public Works employee were the first to go due to strains on the county's budget. More>>

Resource Centers Available to Help Flood Victims

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Agencies are now coming to the rescue to help those who lost everything in the recent flood. Today, the state set up 2 multi-agency resource centers offering dozens of services to help with the recovery. More>>

Emmet Co. Home Lost In Wednesday Fire

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Fire possibly from a wood stove spread quickly, destroying an Emmet County home. Multiple departments were called to the home in Cross Village Wednesday afternoon, but tonight, not much is left. More>>

78th National Trout Festival Takes Over Kalkaska

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Trout and salmon fishing kicks off Saturday for much of the area - and thousands plan to celebrate by heading to Kalkaska County. They'll be attending the 78th National Trout Festival, which kicks off Wednesday. More>>

Man Accused Of Making Child Pornography In Wexford County

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A Northern Michigan man is in jail accused of making and distributing child pornography. Michigan State Police arrested Brian Sevrey in Cadillac.  More>>

Spring Tourism Outlook is Bright for Traverse City

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The ice cover is still hanging on in spots of Grand Traverse Bay, but it may not be all bad for business. Some outdoor tourism companies say the cold is forcing them to adjust, and even expand their business. More>>

IRS Bonuses In Question

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The IRS is catching some flack Wednesday over the way it hands out bonuses.  More>>

UPDATE: South Korean Ship Sinks; Nearly 150 People Unaccounted For

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Hundreds are still missing after a ferry capsized off the coast of South Korea. More>>

2014 Chevy Impala Under Investigation For Emergency Brake Activation

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The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is under federal investigation after a driver reported issues with the emergency braking system.  More>>

GT Co. Police Searching For Tips On ToysRUs Thief

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A toy thief hit a Grand Traverse County store on Easter Sunday. Now the Sheriff's Department says they need help to find their man.  More>>

Many Roads Still 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>>

Michigan Wolf Survey Shows No Significant Change In Wolf Population

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Following a wolf hunting season full of controversy, the DNR says there is no significant change in the state's wolf population. More>>

Emmet Co. Man Admits To Having Sex With Underage Girl

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An Emmet County man admits he had sex with an underage girl he met on Facebook. Now, he's going to prison for it. More>>

GT Co. Road Commission Closes Part Of Sullivan Road In Interlochen

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Standing water in Green Lake Township has forced the Grand Traverse County Road Commission to close part of Sullivan Road. More>>

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

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The Village of Kalkaska is the latest community to end their "let water run" order.
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Update: Smith Accused Of Murder In Emmet County

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910 News can confirm new details in a murder investigation in Emmet County.Back inearly March,deputies discovered Trenton Mallory's body in his home on Pleasantview Road in Center Township. More>>

Midland Police Looking For Gas Station Robber

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Midland Police are asking for your help in finding a gas station robber. Police were called to a strong arm robbery at the S. Saginaw Rd. Admiral Gas Station Tuesday just before midnight.  More>>

UPDATE: Guilty Plea in Wexford Co. Armed Robbery

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The man accused of robbing the Wexford Community Credit Union in Cadillac has admitted to the the crime. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Seat Belts On New School Buses?

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When most students get on the school bus, they don't buckle up. They sit in high, padded seats to protect them.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Raw Juice Company Arrives

MTM On The Road: Raw Juice Company Arrives

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Juicing isn't a new thing but it is making a big comeback. The brand new "Raw Juice Company" was just created in Traverse City and 'cold presses' their juices for the highest amount of nutritional value. More>>

Mt. Pleasant Man Accused Of Breaking Into Neighbor's Home

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A Mt. Pleasant man will be in court today charged with breaking into a home and unrelated drug charges.  More>>

Chaffin Sentenced For Cheboygan Co. Escape

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The man who took off from the Cheboygan County Jail last year has been sentenced. Donald Chaffin walked away from the jail in Cheboygan in November.  More>>

What's Trending Wednesday

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For this week's what's trending Wednesday, we have a stand up comedy routine that's gone viral. The catch, it takes place on a Southwest Airlines flight when a flight attendant attempts to make traveling, a bit more enjoyable. Here's the video. More>>

Community Mental Health Programs See Gap in Funding

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Enrollment in the new Healthy Michigan program is well underway, but now Community Mental Health Departments say they're seeing a gap in funding. A decrease in general fund dollars makes it difficult to continue to service clients who don't qualify or haven't enrolled in Healthy Michigan. But the state says those missing funds are being replaced. 910's Vanessa Fayz and photojournalist Jared Barraco explain what's ahead for patients and providors. More>>

McGowan's Menu: Elk Rapids Supper Club

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This little restaurant is a hidden gem tucked away on a corner in Elk Rapids. More and more people are discovering the Supper Club for their original take on a lot of old favorites.  More>>

Maeder Bros. Promises to Rebuild After Sawmill Fire

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This sawmill burned to the ground in an early morning fire.It destroyed millions of dollars worth of equipment inside More>>

Historic Clare Railroad Depot Relocated

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A building with over 100 years of history now has a new home. The Clare Railroad Depot made a historic move in Clare on Tuesday. More>>

Flood Clean Up Begins in Osceola County

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Flood victims finally ready to go home. But for many, that means weeks or months of hard work ahead.Hope is finally on the horizon as flood waters recede in Osceola County.Today, some returned to their water-damaged homes along the Muskegon River in Evart.Homeowners evacuated 1 week ago because of serious flooding. Water along the Muskegon River far exceeded flood stage, to heights many had never seen.Governor Snyder issued a disaster declaration for the county last week. The Salvation Army i... More>>

Shelters Close, Clean-Up Kits Available In Newaygo, Osceola Counties

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The Salvation Army in Big Rapids will be giving away free flood clean up kits starting this week to those who need some help.  More>>

Sydow Sentenced For Several Sex Crimes

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New details on a Pellston high school student who had a relationship with a much younger student. More>>

Wolf Management Council Meets To Discuss Managing The Pack

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There is a meeting today in the UP to talk about wolves and managing the pack. Michigan's Wolf Management Advisory Council is spending the day in discussion at Little Bear Arena in St. Ignace.  More>>

WCRC Builds Temporary Structure Over Collapsed Cadillac Road

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Some people in Cadillac are still feeling the effects of last week's flooding, many literally having to go the extra mile to get to their homes.  More>>

Students Celebrate Earth Day with Clare Pride Day

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Students at one school spent the day beautifying their city as part of their annual Earth Day celebration. The event is called Clare Pride Day and involves more than 450 Clare High School students every year. More>>

Google Challenging Non-Profits To Share Glass Ideas

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Google is challenging US non-profit organizations to show off ideas for how to use Google Glass at work.  More>>

NMU Names FSU's Dr. Erickson As 15th President

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From a bulldog, to a wildcat, Ferris State University's Dr. Fritz Erickson has been named the President of Northern Michigan University. More>>

Surveillance Video Shows Victim Of Carjacking Got Away From Convicted Killer

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This just released surveillance video shows the night police say a woman managed to get away from an escaped inmate.  More>>

Public Health Summit Held in Mount Pleasant

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Health professionals and community members gathered to talk about what they can do to keep mid-michigan healthy.  More>>

Leelanau Co. Man Dies After Getting Pinned Between Two Vehicles

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An Elmwood Township man is dead after his truck rolled down his driveway and pinned him into another vehicle.  More>>

Netflix To Raise Prices During Summer

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If you're thinking of signing up to stream Netflix, now may be the best time to do it.  More>>

Supreme Court Hears TV Streaming Case

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Justices will hear a case that could change the way you watch TV. The major networks claim an Internet start-up company is committing copyright infringement. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Affirmative Action Ruling

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In a major move to Michigan's higher education system, today the US Supreme Court upheld the state's ban on using race as factor in college admissions.  More>>

UPDATE: Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Supreme Court has upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions.  More>>

Two Boys Rescued From Island In Silver Lake

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Two boys stranded on an island they reached by canoe are safe. Deputies say the pair got stuck on an island in Silver Lake in Garfield Township Monday night. Rescue crews were able to get to them just after 8:00. Neither boy was hurt. More>>

Kalin's Challenge: Healthy Snacking

Kalin's Challenge: Healthy Snacking

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Hi Everyone! The scale keeps going down, which is exciting! But I was growing bored with the same old snacks everyday. Snacking is an important part of our daily calorie intake. Snacks help us to curb hunger and keep our energy up. I was pretty much set on cheese sticks, yogurts and the occasional cracker pack. But it was time to switch things up, although I really could live on cheese and chocolate- it's not the best way to balance a diet. :) Meeting with the nutritionists at Munson Medical ... More>>

Crews Cleaning Up After Isabella Co. Sawmill Fire

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Northern Michigan's News Leader is at the scene of a fire at Maeder Brothers Sawmill. More>>

Man Injured After Crashing Into Tree In Montcalm Co.

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A Montcalm County man is recovering from serious injuries today. He crashed his car into a tree. More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday

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Every week on Michigan This Morning we feature three different animals that are in need of a loving home. First up is Buttercup. She is about one year old and is a long haired, female cat. Buttercup is very sweet and friendly and would be great for any type of household. You can adopt her from the Wexford County Animal Shelter. http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI96.html And this is Alexis. She is a baby, female... More>>

Baldwin Community Schools Discuss Becoming Year Round School

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One Northern Michigan school could soon be a year round school -a system they say could balance out the school year.Baldwin Community Schools held a meeting to look at the possibility of becoming a year round school, and discuss what that means.Students would still attend the same amount of days of school, but instead of a 12-week summer, they would have a 6-week summer, with extended Fall breaks, Spring breaks, and holiday breaks.The school is applying for a grant that would help them retrof... More>>

Governor Snyder Visits FloraCraft Plant in Ludington

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One Northern Michigan manufacturing company gave a special tour today, to Governor Rick Snyder.The Governor was given the chance to see how products are made, as well as meet the employees who make it all happen.Floracraft in Ludington is one of the largest producers of styrofoam products for the craft and floral industry.The Governor says, they're part of the Michigan comeback. More>>

Flood Waters on Manistee River Kill More Than 100 Fish

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High water on the Manistee River is also to blame for more than 100 fish dying.The flooded river pushed steelhead into a fence at the Tippy Dam in Manistee County. More>>

5 Michigan Airports Lose FAA Classification

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Five Michigan airports just lost their Federal Aviation Administration classification.Each year, the FAA gives Michigan airports $150,000 in grant money.The loss of that money puts airports like Evart in Jeopardy.The FAA is taking away the grant for airports that don't have at least 10 aircraft, or 4 helicopters at their base.The Evart Airport director says they will not be able to finish several projects they were already approved for.The airport director is now trying to encourage frequent ... More>>

Benzie Man Accused Of Delivering Drugs Leading to Overdose Death

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Last week Benzie County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a Benzonia man, and charged him with delivering drugs that caused death.Police say Robert Maycroft sold methodone to Christopher Hobart, who died from an overdose in February. The prosecutor says hobart's autopsy supports the charges they've filed against Maycroft, which include one count of delivering a controlled substance causing death, one county of delivering a controlled substance, and being a habitual offender.If convicted, Maycroft i... More>>

Wolverine Schools Building a Greenhouse

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Coming off a winter that never seemed to end, one local school district is moving forward to grow food and learn year round. Wolverine Schools are in the final stages of their greenhouse project a program that will allow students to grow vegetables and fruits for their own lunches and fundraisers. The school received grants from the government and Wal-Mart to pay for a vast majority of the greenhouse. The school's 4-H club picked up the rest by selling seeds. The plan is to allow all Wolver... More>>

Benzie Co. Odyssey of the Mind Students Fundraise for International Competition

Crystal Lake Students Win OM State Finals Crystal Lake Students Win OM State Finals
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A group of fourth graders from Benzie county is heading to an international competition in Iowa, and needs your help getting there. Six students from Crystal Lake Elementary School are trying to get to the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals competition next month. Left to right in the photo the students are: Natalie Fritz, Liathano Ramirez, Cassidy Pallin, Quinn Zickert, Nate Childers Caden Stuart.The competition encourages kids to problem solve as a team in creative ways.These students placed... More>>

Breach Impacting Operations at Little Manistee River Weir

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Flooding isn't just impacting people, but wildlife as well. Technicians at the Little Manistee River Weir say a breach is now forcing them to work against mother nature and the clock as they try to increase the steelhead population. The supervisor of the weir tells me that by last Tuesday, the water on the river was higher than he'd ever seen it. By the end of the week, part of the weir had breached and they lost control of the water level- which puts their entire fishery operation at ri... More>>

Win A Trip To The Top Of The Mighty Mack

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The Mackinac Bridge Authority is pairing with a local non-profit to offer a trip to the top of the Might Mack.  More>>

Juvenile Accused Of Starting Clare Co. Fire

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Police believe a juvenile set fire to a house in Clare County. The fire demolished a two-story storage building on Seventh Street in Clare on Saturday. More>>

DNR Reminds You To Be Safe During Wildfire Prevention Week

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It's been a spring full of wild weather in Northern Michigan and with all of the dried up leaves, branches and other debris out there, the Michigan DNR wants people to be wary of wildfires. More>>

Montcalm Co. Man Accused Of Theft

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Deputies caught a Montcalm County man red-handed with items they say he stole. His relatives called police, saying they didn't want the man in their home in Sheridan. During the investigation, deputies discovered the suspect had items that didn't belong to him, including a gun. A short time later, neighbors called in a home invasion. Deputies say the Stanton man had items missing from that home. Much of the stolen property was returned to the homeowner. They arrested the suspect. More>>

No One Injured In Road Rage Incident In Montcalm Co.

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A violent road rage incident in Montcalm County's Sidney Township. A couple from Stanton told deputies they pulled over to let a tailgater pass.  More>>

Emerald Ash Borer Destroys Hundreds Of Ash Trees In Cheboygan County

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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is dealing with a menace in Cheboygan County, an infestation of the emerald ash borer. More>>

Gov. Snyder Visits Ludington Business FloraCraft

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Governor Snyder spent part of his day in Northern Michigan touring a Mason County business.  More>>

TNT Cleans Up Two Meth Dump Sites In Wexford County

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The Traverse Narcotics Team cleaned up two meth dump sites in Wexford County.  More>>

UPDATE: American Wins Boston Marathon

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Meb Keflezighi is the first American man in more than 30 years to win the Boston Marathon. 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>>

Michigan Schools Get Relief For Making Up Snow Days

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Some relief for schools tacking on days into summer vacation thanks to too many snow days. The state says as long as districts meet the required 174 school days... More>>

Many Passwords Reset For Websites Following Heartbleed Security Flaw

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Passwords were reset for everyone who signed up for an insurance plan on healthcare.gov. This has to do with the internet security flaw called Heartbleed. More>>

Water Restored After Cadillac Water Main Break

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Some Cadillac residents are without water Monday. Cadillac Utility Department crews are repairing a water main break near Pine Street. 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>>

Feedback at 5:00: Why Do You Run?

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"We will run," that's the message many Boston Marathoners are sending out over social media today, as they remember those killed and injured during the attack at last year's race.  More>>

MTM On The Road : BARC Turns Waste to Charitable Donations

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Bay Area Recycling for Charities was founded with a simple goal; help people save waste from landfills and donate the profits to Northern Michigan charities. More>>

Three Die At Eastern Ukraine Checkpoint In Shootout

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The truce in Ukraine proved short-lived. A weekend shootout at a checkpoint left three dead. Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Ukraine earlier this morning to meet with leaders about turbulence in the country.  More>>

Kraft Recalls Thousands of Pounds of Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs

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The warm weather probably has you anxious to get out and grill,but if you recently bought Oscar Mayer hot dogs -- we have a recall to tell you about. Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of their "Classic Wieners."They say the labels are wrong and may actually be cheese dogs. Those products were made with milk and the known allergen is not on the label.The company was alerted of themix-up on Friday and issued a voluntary recall.The 16-ounce packages were produced in March and distributed al... More>>

Manton Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident

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A Wexford County man died after crashing his motorcycle. The accident happened around 1:00 Saturday afternoon on Hobbs Highway, near Arbutus Hill Road, in Grand Traverse County. Deputies say the motorcyclist,a Manton man, went off the road while going around a curve -- veering to the opposite side of the road. The man died while onthe wayto Munson Medical Center. The crash remains under investigation. More>>

Teen Survives Flight from California to Hawaii Riding in Plane's Wheel-Well

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It's anincredible story of survival from California to Hawaii. Despite frigid temperatures at 38,000 feet and a lack of oxygen, FBI officials say a 16 year-old boy survived the trip across the Pacific Ocean while hidden inside the wheel-well of an airplane.Officials say the teen ran away from home.Security video then showshimhopping a fence at the San Jose Airport and getting on the Hawaiian Airlines flight Sunday morning. He was found at the Maui Airport with no ID.Officials say he doesn... More>>

More Than 600 Easter Dinners Delivered to Those in Need

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Dozens of volunteers give up their easter Sunday to help those in need. The Community Meals Program in Traverse City once again put on an amazing Easter dinner. They have been delivering meals to those in need for more than 25 years and this year was no different. They were able to put a hot meal on more than 600 tables this Easter Sunday. The community meals program is already accepting donations and volunteers for their Thanksgiving give away.If you are interested in more details visi... More>>

Restaurant Gives Back to Community with Free Easter Dinner

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A Northern Michigan community was able to gather and enjoy a beautiful Easter dinner together. G's Pizzeria in Kalkaska started a new tradition this year. They provided a free community dinner at their restaurant.Hundreds of people were able to enjoy a hot meal together. The restaurant says it was a great way to spread some cheer on a special holiday. All of the food for today's feast was donated by the restaurant, local residents and Gordon Foods. They hope the event gets bigger each year. More>>

Clare County Investigating Suspicious Barn Fire

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The Clare Fire Department responded to a suspicious barn fire shortly after 3:30 Saturday afternoon. The fire was off of 7th Street in the city of Clare. The barn was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived. The barn was over 50 years old and was used for storage. An adjacent shed, and a wooden fence suffered minor damage. Firefighter... More>>

Unique Easter Egg Hunt Draws in Large Crowds

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Thousands of kids participated in a unique Easter egg hunt today in Osceola County. The3rd annual Easter Egg Drop was held at the Evart Municipal Airport this afternoon. A Macomb County Sheriff's Department airplane dropped5,000 plastic eggs on the ground which was already covered with 11,000 Easter eggs. Kids scrambled about picking up as many as they could hold. Organizers say it was a great event that keeps growing every year.If you are interested in donating towards next year's eg... More>>

Golf Courses Bringing Greens up to Par

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Several golf courses in Northern Michigan have been waiting for the perfect time to finally open, and this weekend was it. Record cold temperatures made it seem like a never ending winter. But finally, many golf courses were able to open this weekend but are faced with some major clean ups and maintenance.Lakewood on the Green in Cadillac is seeing lots of green grass and anxious golfers. They have a couple spots that have snow mold but will be changing their chemistry next fall to preven... More>>

Man Dies in Alpena County Home Explosion

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A 22 year old man from Hillman died Friday night after a large explosion at a home in Wellington Township. Michigan State Police say the man was loading a wood boiler into an attached garage when the More>>

Lansing Hosts Microbrew and Music Festival

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Thousands of people are expected to be at this weekend's Microbrew and Music Festival in Lansing.  More than 100 musicians, including OAR, will be performing, and more than 200 craft beers will be available More>>

Frozen Lakes Causing Whitefish Shortage

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If you love whitefish you may be aware of shortages.  Prices are high for whitefish. They're not catching as much because of the frozen Great Lakes.   When your restaurant has whitefish in its name, like More>>

One Person Dead After Lake County Fire

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One person is dead after a house fire broke out in Lake County. More>>

Schauer Running For Michigan Governor

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Former Democratic Congressman Mark Schauer turned in 27,000 signatures in his official bid to run for governor. Supporters joined Schauer today at the Secretary of State office in Lansing. He's the only More>>

Community Pantries Working With Tight Budgets

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Spring has finally sprung in Northern Michigan. But with it comes budget concerns for area non-profits. Many reported significant increases in the number of families coming through their doors needing More>>

Artworks In Big Rapids Teaches With Creativity

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A community fixture in Big Rapids is working to keep art and creativity at the forefront!  Artworks features studio spaces, a gift shop, classrooms and a gallery that is open to the public. The gallery More>>

KAIR Steps Up To Help Kalkaska Fire Victims

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A local organization has stepped up to help those impacted by a recent apartment fire in Kalkaska. More>>

Flood Waters Damage Homes On Antrim County's Ben-Way Lake

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"It's pretty much just a few sentimental things we can save." An Antrim County couple is trying to save anything they can after a nearby lake flooded their home. The owners say the bank refuses to issue More>>

Spring Skiing Continues At Boyne Mountain

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You may be wishing for warmer spring temperatures, but in the meantime plenty of people are still taking advantage of some final runs on the slopes. You can still find crowds skiing at Boyne Mountain More>>

Doctor Accused Of Several Sex Crimes In Emmet County

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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>>

Residents Salvage Belongings After Kalkaska Apartment Fire

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An emotional day for a family trying to recover any belongings that survived a massive fire. More>>

Youth Art Show Kicks Off In Petoskey

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Young K-12 artists from Northern Michigan will have their work on display this weekend for all to see. The Annual Youth Art Show begins Saturday at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey. The show More>>

Michaels Stores Confirms Security Breach Involving 2.6M Customer Cards

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The arts and crafts store, Michaels, says a security breach at its stores lasted eight months. The hack affected about 2.6 million cards. Thieves accessed some credit and debit card numbers and expiration 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>>

New Agreement Could End Fighting In Ukraine

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The violence in Ukraine may end soon.   This is after an agreement between the US, Ukraine, Russia and the European Union calling to end all the fighting there.   Thursday's deal demands Ukrainian and More>>

MiFavoriteThings -- "Frankenmuth"

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We're taking you to Frankenmuth for this edition of MiFavoriteThings! It's one of your favorite places to visit outside of Northern Michigan. As Corey Adkins discovered, it's not just about Christmas More>>

IBM, Ford Apartheid Case Continues In Court

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A federal judge in New York refuses to throw out a three decade-old lawsuit against IBM and Ford.   The companies are accused of supporting apartheid by letting their subsidiaries sell computers and cars More>>

Mazda Recalling 109K SUV's For Rust Problems

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Mazda is recalling some older model SUV's because of issues related to rusted frames. The company is recalling 109,000 Tribute SUV's made from 2001 to 2004. The frames can rust and a wheel control arm More>>

No Contact With Flood Waters Advisory, 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>>

Feedback at 5:00: Paying For Road Improvements

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It's sort of something that comes with the territory here in Michigan, dealing with rough roads. State lawmakers are considering spending an extra $500 million this coming year on infrastructure work. There's More>>

Farm Bill Funding Gives Michigan $2M For Specialty Crops

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Good news for Michigan farmers, the state could get nearly $2 million for specialty crops from the US Farm Bill. In the budget, $66 million is available nationwide to state departments More>>

Animal Shelter Employee Accused Of Attempted Assault In Ogemaw County

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A violent outburst by an employee led to the evacuation of the Ogemaw County Animal Shelter in West Branch earlier this week. Police say the employee started threatening to kill fellow employees at the 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>>

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>>

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>>

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>>

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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>>

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>>

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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>>

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>>

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