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Munson Health Care & Spectrum Health Could Combine Resources

Munson Health Care and Spectrum Health are in talks to combine resources. Leaders for Munson say joining forces will allow them to continue to provide high quality service in changing times. The Traverse City and Grand Rapids-based health systems have signed a non-binding letter of intent. Now they'll discuss how to combine resources to create the benefits of a larger…

Power Restored to 500 People in Osceola County

This morning will be much brighter for the almost 500 Consumers Energy customers who lost power last night. The company says the power is back on for those in Hersey and Evart, in Osceola County. Police say one of the company's poles burned Monday afternoon near Benzing Road and 115th avenue. They don't know yet what caused the pole to…

New Salvation Army Store in Cadillac Need Volunteers

The new Salvation Army Store is now open in Cadillac they just need a few more helping hands. At Monday's Grand Opening, the store manager said they're on the lookout for volunteers to help run the store on Mitchell Street. It's a place where customers can find cheap deals on donated furniture, clothes, and other odds and ends. Proceeds go…

En Garde in Traverse City

Teaching sword-fighting used to be pretty difficult because the worst students would always get hacked up. Then some real thinkers in Egypt and Greece developed masks and covered the tips of swords, and fencing was born. Fencing has been part of the modern Olympic games since beginning, but it's still a sport many people are only vaguely familiar with. It's…

En Garde in Traverse City

Teaching sword-fighting used to be pretty difficult because the worst students would always get hacked up. Then some real thinkers in Egypt and Greece developed masks and covered the tips of swords, and fencing was born. Fencing has been part of the modern Olympic games since beginning, but it's still a sport many people are only vaguely familiar with. It's…

Wednesday’s Fox Topix

A new Salvation Army store opened this week in Cadillac. Our Fox Topix question for Wednesday wonders if you have a place you like to shop for discounted goods? Does it sell clothing, food, furniture or something else? E-mail us at mtm@mifox32.com You can also post feedback to this message, and watch what could be a money-saving discussion Wednesday between…

Wednesday on Michigan This Morning

Treatments for gum disease have been lengthy and painful in the past. Now, a new laser is zapping away the problem with a lot less pain. We'll show you how in Healthy Living at 7:54. Discoveries and Breakthroughs at 7:46 shows you a new way to determine when seafood is safe to eat. Mackinaw Winterfest is coming up this weekend,…

Wednesday on Michigan This Morning

Treatments for gum disease have been lengthy and painful in the past. Now, a new laser is zapping away the problem with a lot less pain. We'll show you how in Healthy Living at 5:16 and 6:54. Discoveries and Breakthroughs at 6:17 shows you a new way to determine when seafood is safe to eat. Mackinaw Winterfest is coming up…

Bulls hand Pistons 13th straight loss

Luol Deng scored 27 points on 13-of-18 shooting and the Chicago Bulls handed the Detroit Pistons their 13th consecutive loss, 120-87 on Monday night. Detroit matched its longest skid since losing 13 straight to end the 1993-94 season. After three consecutive losses, Chicago rebounded with a lopsided win against Minnesota on Saturday, and then took advantage of a depleted Pistons…

MSP Recalls State Troopers

About 30 laid off Michigan State Police troopers are back on the job. Several of these troopers are from posts in Northern Michigan. This trooper recall is thanks to federal money and grants. The MSP had laid off 100 troopers back in June. In November, over half were recalled. Today, about 30 more were recalled. The MSP says the recalls…