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One Hospitalized After Wexford Co. Rollover Crash

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Police are investigating why a vehicle rolled over today in Cadillac that sent the driver to the hospital with several injuries. More>>

Mackinac Island: From Huts to Mansions

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For centuries people have visited and worked on Mackinac Island. Today, it being labor day, 9&10 Chief Photojournalist Corey Adkins and Kevin Essebaggers take a look back at the first jobs on the island and how it was built into what is today . More>>

Mecosta County Rollover Accident Sends Two To the Hospital

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A Grand Rapids area couple was taken to the hospital after a one car rollover accident last night in Mecosta County. Deputies say the accident happened around 10:45 on US 131 near Jefferson Road in Aetna Township. More>>

Crews Clean Up Storm Damage In Otsego County

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Dozens of people are without power after a possible tornado touched down in Otsego County on Monday afternoon. More>>

Michigan's Minimum Wage Increases

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The minimum wage increase on Monday for the first time in six years. More>>

90 Year Old Harvest Festival Still Going Strong

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A festival in Northern Michigan still going strong after 90 years. The Manton Harvest Festival took place all weekend and finished today.  More>>

Jack's Journal: Summer Memories

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It's a final good-bye to the camping season in northern Michigan as summer is starting to wind down.Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer, and with it many northern lake side cottages and resorts will be preparing to transition from summer to the cooler months activities. More>>

Holiday Traffic Keeps Michigan State Police Busy

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As people make their way back home, police are out in full force ensuring everyone gets home safely. The Labor Day weekend is coming to an end. That means many travelers have hit the road and are heading home. More>>

USCG Rescues Lake Michigan Kayaker

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A personal locator beacon may have saved a kayaker's life. The US Coast Guard rescued the man in Lake Michigan this morning.  More>>

Storm Causes Antrim Co. Road Damage

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A detour has been set up after Mount Bliss Road was closed today in Antrim County. More>>

UPDATE: Red Cross Assisting Kalkaska Co. Residents after Severe Storms

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Kalkaska county will be setting up a Red Cross Disaster Relief Shelter in the county due to the widespread damage from today's storms. More>>

UPDATE: Teen Dies after Leelanau County Crash

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One of the three teenagers involved in the Leelanau County crash that killed a 31 year old Cedar man has passed away. More>>

Thousands Flock to Saint Ignace for 57th Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk

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Today walkers and runners made the trek from Saint Ignace to Mackinaw City.. For the 57th Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk.  More>>

Governor Rick Snyder and Robot Lead Annual Bridge Walk

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The annual walk across the Mackinac Bridge today is expected to draw tens of thousands of people, and one robot. More>>

UPDATE: Midland Police Investigating Toddler Death

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The Midland Police Department is currently investigating a toddler death. Police say a toddler was struck by a vehicle in the garage of a home on the 6000 block of Stonehaven Ct. More>>

Michigan Receives Grant From NOAA to Support Great Lakes Restoration

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An observation system that provides real-time data on the health of the Great Lakes' coastal ecosystems, is getting a federal grant to improve its online presence.  More>>

Traverse City Man Found Dead Under Bridge

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Police do not believe foul play was the reason behind the man's death. More>>

UPDATE: Boat Crashes into North Breakwall in Ludington

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Emergency responders in Ludington are dealing with a boat that has crashed into the north breakwall in the harbor. More>>

Police Looking for Suspect in Soda Machine Theft

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Cadillac Police are investigating the theft of cash and coins from multiple soda machines inside the Hampton Inn off Mitchell Street. The theft happened around noon Sunday. More>>

Campers Fill Campgrounds for Labor Day Weekend

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Tomorrow is Labor Day and campers are racing to claim last minute reservations throughout Northern Michigan. Campers have been filling sites for weeks in anticipation of the holiday. More>>

Cadillac 'Anything Goes' Sale Brings School Supplies to Local Schools

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In preparation for the upcoming school year, people in Cadillac are ramping up efforts to collect school supplies for students in need. More>>

Man Aims for National Record at Cadillac Festival of Races

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It was a muggy start this morning at the Cadillac Festival of Races. Where almost 300 racers took their mark but one runner stood out amongst the rest. 86-year-old Jerry Johncock from Gun Lake, Mich., received a round of applause as he took to the line. More>>

Labor Day Weekend Brings Big Business to Northern Michigan

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Hotels and businesses across Northern Michigan are filling up with customers for Labor Day Weekend, despite a few unpredictable conditions from Mother Nature. More>>

Salmon Tournament Reels in Hundreds of Anglers

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Another event reeled in its line today in Traverse City, bringing in over 50 boats for one of Northern Michigan's largest fishing tournaments. More>>

Taste of Traverse City Festival Ends with Best of Brunch

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A weekend of fine dining and food tasting at the 2014 Taste of Traverse City Festival wrapped up today with not your ordinary brunch. More>>

Win a Tour of the Mackinac Bridge!

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A picture is worth a thousand words but your summer snapshot can win you a tour of the Mackinac Bridge. MDOT's asking you to share their Mackinac Bridge Walk memories on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. More>>

Holiday Weekend and Vietnam Traveling Wall Bring Big Boost to Ludington

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Ludington is hosting a big event that's expected to bring double the number of people who normally visit over the busy Labor Day weekend. The Vietnam Traveling Wall came to town on Wednesday which kicked off an early holiday weekend for local businesses.  More>>

Taste of Traverse City Festival Kicks Off

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The Taste of Traverse City Festival officially kicked off tonight with the Downtown Grub Crawl. More>>

Police Stepping Up Patrols for Labor Day Weekend

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Police are stepping up patrols as people travel the roads this holiday weekend. ... More>>

Cadillac Festival of Races Includes Family Fun

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It's a Cadillac Labor Day weekend tradition that's been happening for more than 40 years. The Cadillac Festival of Races happens Saturday morning in downtown Cadillac near the waterfront.  More>>

TC Man Beats Odds to Run 100 Mile Race

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When Dan Kaupas was 12, he was in a car wreck that left him in a coma.Doctors said he may never run again.That was 20 years ago.Two weeks ago, he completed the hardest race in America, the Leadville 100. More>>

Motocross Racers Racing At Soaring Eagle Casino

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A new course is bringing riders from all over to one of Michigan's biggest motocross events this weekend. Professionals and amateurs are tearing it up at the Soaring Eagle Resort and Casino in Mount Pleasant.  More>>

57th Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk Prepares to Welcome 40,000 People

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The Mackinac Bridge Authority is preparing for thousands of visitors on Labor Day. More>>

Mackinaw City Prepares For Busiest Weekend of the Year

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Despite Monday's forecast; weather isn't stopping many from heading up North. More>>

Owners Protect Animals After GT Horse Tests Positive For West Nile Virus

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A Northern Michigan horse is euthanized after testing positive for west nile virus. More>>

Garage Sales Draw Crowds Over Labor Day Weekend

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As people pour into towns across Northern Michigan this Labor Day Weekend garage sales are gaining steam. More>>

Mecosta County Man Accused of Sex Crimes with Child

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A Morley man is in jail for having sex with a child under the age of 13. Sean Marek is scheduled to be formally charged today for the sex crimes in Big Rapids.  More>>

Drug Teams Arrest Two on Drug Charges in Missaukee County

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Investigators found a 4-year-old child living in a Missaukee County home where they suspect meth was being made. More>>

Farmers Market Busy During Harvest Time

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The Cadillac Farmers Market has had a busy, successful summer. Farmers from all over Michigan come to sell their harvest right downtown.  More>>

Holiday Weekend Gas Price Hike in Northern Michigan

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More than one million people are expected to travel in Michigan this holiday weekend. And with lots of travel, comes high gas prices.  More>>

Consumers Energy Shortens New Meter Installation Schedule

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Michigan homes and businesses could be seeing electric meters sooner from Consumers Energy. Consumers Energy says it will updated 1.8 million electric meters and 600,000 natural gas meters by the end of 2017.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Starting School Before Labor Day?

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Today, 75% of kids in the U.S. are back in school. But that's not the case in Michigan.In our state, by law, school cannot start until after Labor Day. But a lawmaker in Lansing is trying to change that.  More>>

Chicago Airport Shuttle Crashes into Concrete Barrier

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A sea of emergency lights could be seen this morning near O'Hare International Airport in Chicago in the aftermath of a shuttle bus smashing into a concrete barrier. More>>

Russian Troops Invade Ukraine

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A top Ukrainian army officer now says a full scale invasion by Russia is underway. The U.S. estimates as many as 1,000 Russian troops crossed into Ukraine through the country's southern border to fight alongside the pro-Russian rebels. More>>

MTM On The Road: Cadillac Festival of Races

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For more than 40 years Cadillac has hosted a Labor Day weekend "Festival of Races." The event is a non profit and all proceeds are donated back to the Cadillac community. More>>

Help Needed for a lot of Downtown Traverse City Businesses

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Help is wanted by a lot of downtown Traverse City businesses, now that many colleges and universities are back in session. More>>

Campgrounds Keeping Close Eye on Holiday Weekend Forecast

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With a weekend forecast that shows some rain, Northern Michigan campgrounds cross their fingers for a decent turnout. Labor Day Weekend is a big weekend for camping. More>>

Model Plane Air Show Tradition Continues This Weekend

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A nearly 50 year tradition continues in a small Osceola County town this holiday weekend. A local man's hobby turned into a community air show years ago and is still going strong.  More>>

Next Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord Ordained Thursday

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An important day for the Catholic Church in Northern Michigan. The 5th Bishop of the Diocese of Gaylord was ordained in a ceremony that began at 2:00 p.m.  More>>

Back To School Shopping Increases At Resale Shops

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For more families, back to school shopping includes a trip to a resale store. They say this year has been one of their busiest. More>>

Organization Donates K9 Device To Leelanau County

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A new way to protect Leelanau County K9 dogs on hot summer days. It's a vehicle heat sensor device.   More>>

Verizon Service Outage in, around Lake County

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Lake County police are advising residents that Verizon phone service is out in the area tonight. Police say service is out because of a break in a fiber optic cable.  More>>

GT County Horse Tests Positive for West Nile Virus

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A case of West Nile Virus found in a horse in Northern Michigan. The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development announced today that an 8-year-old horse from Grand Traverse County tested positive for the virus.  More>>

Debris Slowly Cleared From Mitchell Bentley Building Site

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Nearly a year ago the Mitchell Bentley Building burned to the ground, now some 10 months later, much of the debris from the fire is still there. More>>

Mesick Teachers Training How to Use More Technology in Classroom

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Technology is becoming more and more important in our lives and that has a local school teaching teachers about how to use the latest technology in their classrooms. More>>

Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Empire Peninsula Home

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If you're looking for a home that brings you back to nature, this is it. This custom designed home has 360 degree water views, nearly every window looks out directly into beautiful, spring-fed Pearl Lake in Empire. More>>

Hook & Hunting: Join the Fun at West Bay Beach Salmon Classic

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The West Bay Beach Salmon Classic kicked off Wednesday night with its first event, the Mini Classic Big Box Tournament.  More>>

Michigan Peaches Suffer After Bitter Winter

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Michigan peach farmers are in trouble after the especially severe winter. The United States Department of Agriculture expects the state's crop to be down about 50% from last year. More>>

Indiana Amber Alert Issued for One Month Old Baby

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A desperate search in Indiana today for a missing baby. An Amber Alert was issued for one month old Delano Wilson Wednesday night. Police say the boy is in extreme danger.  More>>

Apple Sets Date to Unveil Next Round of Products

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Apple set the date to show off its newest products to customers. The company mailed invitations today to reporters and other usual guests to come see the unveiling of their latest technology gadgets on September 9.  More>>

Taco Bell Launches Contest to Win Food for Life

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Taco Bell lovers listen up! The company launched a contest offering free food for life, but it won't be easy to win.It's called the Eleven Everlasting Dollars contest. More>>

No Swimming Advised at Benzie County Beach

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The Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department says beach goers should not swim at Beulah Beach on Crystal Lake. More>>

Unused Bait Provides Invasive Species Access to Great Lakes

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Researchers and scientists say invasive fish can enter the Great Lakes region as bait fish. A new scientific paper released shows the bait fish trade is a serious threat for spreading invasive species. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Children at Gun Ranges

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Yesterday we brought you a story on 910 News at 5:00 of a 9-year old girl in Arizona who accidentally shot and killed her instructor at a shooting range.  More>>

NASA Telescopes Spot Galaxy Construction

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NASA wants to introduce you to an incredible discovery in the farthest reaches of space. Meet "Sparky."  More>>

Ebola on the Rise in West Africa

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"No one has ever seen an outbreak of Ebola like this. The world cannot isolate Liberia and West Africa." The World Health Organization now says the number of Ebola cases could exceed 20,000 as the outbreak continues. More>>

Russian Troops Roll into Ukraine, Emergency Meeting Called

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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says "Russian forces have entered Ukraine." The United Nations Security Council has called an emergency session for Thursday afternoon to talk about the growing crisis.  More>>

Malaysia Airlines Loses Millions After Lost Planes

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An update on Malaysia Airlines in the wake of a plane disappearance and a deadly crash this year. The carrier posted a $97 million loss between April, May and June.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Hughston's Cow Camp Rodeo

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For more than 30 years families from around the country have celebrated the Labor Day weekend at Hughston's Cow Camp Rodeo. More>>

Cease-Fire Holds in Gaza, Israel, UN Delivers Food Aid

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Tuesday, Israel and Hamas agreed to a truce. Over the past seven weeks, more than 2,200 people were killed in fighting. More>>

Lake County Police Spot Marijuana Plants in Flyover

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"It's a team effort and were able to take some of this growing marijuana away." All these marijuana plants in the hands of police tonight after a flyover over helped spot them.  More>>

Mother Admits to Not Reporting Child Abuse in Emmet County

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An Emmet County parent admits to abusing her child. Her charges stem from not reporting child abuse caused by her boyfriend in Petoskey.  More>>

FBI Investigating Cyber Attack Reports on U.S. Banks

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation says it's working with the Secret Service to determine the extent of the recently reported cyber attacks against several American financial institutions, like J.P. Morgan Chase. More>>

Search and Rescue Training in Newaygo County Focusing to Help Educate Volunteers

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A practice scenario today that could help save a life when someone disappears. Emergency managers always have volunteers willing to help search for a missing person.  More>>

Weather Taking a Toll on Pumpkin Crops

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The weather we've had this summer is taking a toll on the pumpkin crop, causing farmers to fall a little behind schedule. More>>

Minimum Wage Set to Increase Next Week

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Starting September 1, the minimum wage goes up to $8.15 in Michigan. And it's a move that's getting mixed reviews. Employees and employers, alike, see the good and bad in this change. More>>

Cheboygan Police Capture Python

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A python was on the loose Tuesday in Cheboygan. Police followed the 4.5 foot snake around town until they could capture it. More>>

Woman Crashes SUV into Cheboygan County Garage

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A woman is recovering after a Monday crash in Cheboygan County. The Sheriff says deputies arrived to a home on S. Straits Highway near Berry Creek Road for reports of an SUV crash. More>>

Osceola Co. Emergency Management Holds Disaster Training Drill

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There was a lot of police activity and action in Reed City Wednesday, but it was all just practice. It was the annual disaster training drill put on by Osceola County Emergency Management.  More>>

Road Commissions Feel Salt Price Spike

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The price of road salt is skyrocketing, thanks in part to last winter.All that snow dissolved a huge part of the salt supply nationwide.Spikes of nearly 50% are giving local road commissions like the one in Mecosta County salt sticker shock. More>>

MiGreatPlaces: World War II Wedding in Historic Village

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Historic Village in Houghton Lake. A place meant to tell stories."We have a country store, a doctor's office, a pharmacy, a barber shop, a carriage house, a chapel..."But this village, meant to depict a 1890's lumber community, got quite a gift.  More>>

Businesses Concerned About Labor Day Weekend Weather

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The threat of rain may keep some away, but businesses are staying hopeful that crowds will come out this Labor Day weekend. More>>

Credit Union Opens New Location in Traverse City

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A Northern Michigan credit union has a new home for its regional headquarters, starting today. The TBA Credit Union held an open house for the general public today after taking a year and a half to finish. More>>

NCF Raises Thousands For Local Nonprofits

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The National Cherry Festival is done and over with, but people are still remembering how great this years festival was. More>>

Fire Crews Extinguish Big Rapids Wall Fire

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A fire broke out in a Big Rapids Online Auction Consignment Store Wednesday afternoon. Crews say the fire started in the wall around 3:15.  More>>

Vietnam Traveling Wall Arrives in Ludington

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A replica of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall arrived in Mason County just Wednesday afternoon. The Traveling Wall is part of a Cost of Freedom Tribute happening in communities across the country.  More>>

9&10 News Owner Receives MAB Lifetime Achievement Award

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After decades of dedication to delivering a quality news product and serving his community, the owner of 910 News was recognized for all he's done.  More>>

UPDATE: Michigan Legislature Passes Bill for Hunting Regulation, Wolf Hunt

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Breaking news and continuing coverage on Michigan's wolf hunt. Wednesday afternoon, the state House passed a bill giving the Michigan Natural Resources Commission...  More>>

Shepler Baby Delivered in Mackinaw City Ferry Parking Lot

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An unexpected an exciting day last week at Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry as a baby was born on the Mackinaw City dock. Mom and Dad made it onto the ferry heading back to Mackinaw City thinking they could make it to the hospital in time. More>>

Freed Journalist Returns to U.S.

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After 22 months as a hostage in Syria, an American journalist is free, and back in the U.S. Peter Curtis arrived back in Boston Tuesday, and the moment he reunited with his mom was captured on camera.  More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Flight Frustrations

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A flight over the weekend was redirected to Chicago after two passengers got into an argument. It started when a man used a product called the knee-defender, an invention to give passengers more leg room.  More>>

US Coast Guard Rescues Boaters Near Niagara Falls

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A rescue just two miles from the brink of Niagara Falls. The U.S. Coast Guard released a video taken from aboard a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter as they rescued two people stranded on a disabled boat late Monday night.  More>>

MTM On The Road: Meals on Wheels

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Meals on Wheels isn't just a food delivery group, it's an organization passionate about serving seniors. Daily meal deliveries allow volunteers a chance to check on and connect with seniors. More>>

American Killed in Battle Fighting with Syrian Militants

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A U.S. citizen fighting with ISIS forces in Syria, is reported to have been killed in battle. Islamic militants from the U.S. and Europe appear to be joining the ISIS forces in greater numbers.  More>>

Motorcyclist in Serious Condition After GT County Crash

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One man is still in serious condition after a motorcycle accident in Grand Traverse County. Tuesday evening, Brian Marek, from Traverse City, was riding his motorcycle southbound on South Long Lake Road... More>>

Lightning Strike Causes Sewage Leak in Harbor Springs

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During Monday's storm, lightning struck two Harbor Springs sewage pumps at a local plant. Sewage ended up overflowing into a drainage ditch near the plant. More>>

What's Trending Wednesday

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Each week we search through the web to find an interesting or or even helpful article to show you in What's Trending Wednesday. More>>

Detroit Water Shut-Offs Continue

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Shut-offs resume for people who haven't paid their water bills in Detroit. Monday was the end of a moratorium on the shutoffs. More>>

Vietnam Combat Photographer Sharing Stories and Photographs

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A Vietnam combat photographer now sharing his stories and photographs to help veterans, and himself heal. A Michigan native with many words and pictures is out traveling the nation to share his experience in Vietnam.  More>>

Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District Career-Tech Center Gaining Popularity

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Hundreds of Northern Michigan students came together tonight to get a glimpse of what could be their future. More>>

UPDATE: Assessment of Detroit Flood Damage Begins

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There is continuing coverage on major flooding in the Detroit area earlier this month. Tuesday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency started it's preliminary assessment of the damage.  More>>

Police Remind Drivers of School Bus Safety

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The start of classes also means more kids walking and biking to school, and more busses on the roads.Police again remind drivers to respect school busses as they make their rounds. More>>

Police Searching for Home Break-In Suspect in Osceola County

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Police are searching for a break-in suspect in Osceola County. The Sheriff says home owners arrived to find an active break-in at their home in Lincoln Township.  More>>

Epi-Pen Training Required for Schools Under Michigan Law

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There are new requirements for school faculty and staff as students return this year. According to a law signed at the end of last school year, Michigan schools are now required to have at least two Epi-Pens per building. More>>

Lake City Mom Collects School Supplies for Area Schools

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School supplies donation boxes are filling up in one Northern Michigan town and it's all thanks to one local mom. The Friends for Students of Lake City Schools started giving out donated supplies in Missaukee County. More>>

Petoskey Police Investigating Purse Theft, Searching for Suspect

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Petoskey Police are investigating a theft from a local antique store. Police say a woman stole a purse worth $2,000 from Then Now Antique store at 1101 Charlevoix Ave. More>>

Morales Admits to Manslaughter, Hitting Newborn Baby

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An update on a story we have been following for a year. An Illinois woman admits that she hit her newborn, killing the baby in Northern Michigan last summer. More>>

Person of Interest Located in Wexford County Search

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The search may be over for a man police say may be linked to a stolen car later found on fire.

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Stapleton's Attorney Requests Removal From Case

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An update on the upcoming Kelli Stapleton attempted murder trial. Her attorney wants off the case. Stapleton is accused of trying to kill her daughter, Issy, in Elberta in Benzie County last fall. More>>

McGowan's Menu: Central Lake's Blue Pelican Inn

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If you like your seafood with a southern, or eastern shore style, then a visit to the Blue Pelican in Central Lake might be something to consider.  More>>

Smith Accused of Shooting at Presque Isle County Home

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An update on the man accused of shooting at a home earlier this summer. The shooting happened at a rental home in Rogers City in early June.  More>>

Girl Hit by Car in Cheboygan County

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A 10-year-old girl hit by a car Tuesday afternoon. It happened on M-68 M-33 in Cheboygan County.  More>>

Veterans Affairs Delayed Care Report Released

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The U.S. Inspector General's report on the Veteran Affairs investigation was released Tuesday afternoon. It confirms six patients died after delays in care at the Phoenix VA hospital. More>>

Burger King Announces Merger with Tim Hortons

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Burger King announced it will merge with coffee and doughnut chain, Tim Hortons. The combined company will be based in Canada with 18,000 locations worldwide. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Getting Vaccinated

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It's hard to believe summer is winding down and school is about to start back up again. Every year around this time, doctors and others begin urging people to be sure they're caught up on vaccinations.  More>>

Leelanau County Sheriff Warning of IRS Scam

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The Leelanau County Sheriff's Office wants to warn people in the area of a phone scam. More>>

MTM On The Road: Taste of Traverse City

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For the second year in a row, the flavors of Traverse City will come together perfectly at Taste of Traverse City. The event happens this weekend and tickets are still available. More>>

Funeral Arrangements for Cardinal Edmund Szoka Planned for Today

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The Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, in Detroit. Szoka died of natural causes last Wednesday in Novi.  More>>

Adopt A Pet Tuesday: Buddy, Gilligan's Kittens, Molly

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Every week we feature shelter pets that are looking for a home to call their own. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Pets in School Dorms

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Many college students across the country headed back to class today, and spent the weekend moving back into dorms and apartments. This year, one Colorado college is letting students bring their pets with them to their dorms.  More>>

MTM On the Road: Petals and Perks a Frankfort Favorite

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It's not just a coffee shop, or a flower shop, or a gift shop, or an art studio!It's a bit of everything. Petals and Perks in Frankfort opened a little more than a year ago and is already a favorite among locals and visitors. More>>

Feedback at 5:00: Ice Bucket Challenge

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You've likely seen countless buckets of ice water dumped on people you know lately. The viral video ice bucket challenge is meant to help raise money for ALS research, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.  More>>

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    Little more than two years after opening with high hopes of turning around Atlantic City's struggling casino market, Revel will close its doors Tuesday morning.
    Revel Casino Hotel closed its doors Tuesday morning, a little more than two years after opening with high hopes of turning around Atlantic City's struggling casino market.
  • Waldo suspends 2 police chiefs after quota claims

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    The north Florida town of Waldo has long had a reputation as a speed trap, and it's no wonder. A small segment of highway that runs through Waldo requires drivers to speed up and slow down six times: 65 mph becomes 55...
  • Action-packed TV might make you snack more: Study

    Action-packed TV might make you snack more: Study

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    Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That's the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely paced talk show.
    Could action-packed TV fare make you fat? That's the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely-paced talk show.
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