Each week, right here on 9and10news.com, we’ll take a look back at 9 or 10 of the top headlines of the week. Here’s what happened this holiday week.
It’s a happy ending for the puppy that two people threw off a bridge in Sault Ste. Marie, police said. The puppy, now named Clove, was adopted by the city police officer that rescued her. In other developments, the two suspects were formally charged this week, too.
Mitch E. Gander was named the winner before Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pardoned the bird. on our Facebook page, too, and you can still comment with a fun idea if you’d like.
We put together a list of fun facts about Thanksgiving just for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!
Not everyone was in a holiday mood this week. Mt. Pleasant Post troopers announced charges in a case that they say involves a man stabbing his brother after an argument.
What a weird month. First, a week or so of warm days, then a week of snow. Our weather experts break down why we got all that snow.
As we head into the winter months and colder weather, rebuilding continues in Gaylord six months after a tornado killed two people and destroyed many homes and businesses.
The shooting in Colorado last weekend that left five dead and dozens injured is being felt in Northern Michigan. UpNorth Pride Secretary and Advocacy Chair Anna Dituri says she was shocked when she heard the news Sunday.
A suspicious death investigation in Manistee is now being called a homicide. The suspect, 58-year-old Jeffrey Rogers, was arrested and charged with murder.
Troopers say the couple came to Michigan on Nov. 5 in a stolen car. Soon after, storage units and businesses in Manistee, Traverse City, Cadillac and Ludington started reporting items being stolen.
A fire Tuesday afternoon in Chippewa County destroyed a barn and damaged part of the house next to it. There were eight miniature horses in the barn, but they were saved.
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