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 week.
Viewers spotted some piebald deer this week around Northern Michigan, and we have the photos! Check out our photo gallery of these amazing creatures.
In one of our top feel-good stories of the week, these youths didn’t think twice before lending a hand to a stranded motorist.
In an update to a previous story, Judy Boyer was sentenced to life in prison without parole for first degree murder.
Ervin John Spivey, 36, of Sebewaing, was arrested Nov. 24 after breaking into a home in Emmet County.
On the first anniversary of the tragedy, Mason County is making changes to bolster safety.
We also put together a timeline of events.
Police say a scammer told the couple they had committed international crimes and were in trouble unless they sent $17,000 through Bitcoin.
Mecosta County Deputies said an 18-year-old Ferris State University student rolled his car in an attempt to avoid hitting a deer in the roadway Sunday.
Mancelona once again hosted their annual buck pole, and they say it was a “stellar year.” Was it a stellar year for you?
They say the truck was not speeding as it headed north on French Road in Alpena Township, but still lost control due to extremely slippery roads.
Summer Lahaie is nine years old and has a terminal illness. The State Trooper Outreach Program (STOP), and the St. Ignace and Gaylord Posts teamed up to take Summer out for the day in Cheboygan.