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Fisherman Spears Massive Musky In Burt Lake

A local fisherman may have broken a state record when he speared the biggest fish of his life. Mark Ormsbee speared the Great Lakes Musky while ice fishing on Burt Lake Sunday. The only problem, Ormsbee didn't wait for the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to certify the fish before taking it to a taxidermist. Ormsbee says the fish…

Car Fire Nearly Destroys Wexford County Shop

A fire nearly destroyed a family-run shop. A car inside the building caught fire, and it spread through the walls. J.D. Aten is a truck yard on Mackinaw Trail in Clam Lake Township, just south of Cadillac. Fire investigators are still looking into how the car fire started. 9&10's Kelly Davis and photojournalist Jeff Blevins responded to the scene with…

Mecosta Co. Carpenter Will Start Over after Fire Ravages Home

Steve Schuberg is definitely a “glass half full” kind of guy. The Mecosta County Carpenter watched his home burn today, and vowed to rebuild–himself. He has no insurance, so he says he'll do the job. Firefighters from at least five departments battled the stubborn house fire today near Merrill Lake, four miles north of Barryton. John McGowan and Photojournalist Eli…

Coming up on Fox 32 News at 7:00

The new state legislature assembled for the first time this morning at the Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies. Find out what lawmakers hope to accomplish as Republicans take over both the House and the Senate. We're dancing! In a live report, Fox 32's Alex Jokich introduces us to one woman and her passion for kicking it “country style” in a line-dancing…

Kickin’ It Country Style

Here in the cold and snow, it might be hard to picture what life is like in the “Deep South” in the summertime. That is, unless you find yourself taking part in a local line-dancing class. Tonight on FOX32 News, Alex Jokich introduces us to a Northern Michigan woman who knows how to kick it “country style” up here in…

*Most of Nation Blanketed With Snow*

With the cold air invading much of the lower 48 states the past few weeks, we have seen snow fall in areas that usually just don't see it. As of this morning's data (January 12, 2011), 70.9% of the country is covered in snow (according to the National Weather Service). This includes *all states except for Florida. There are parts…

New Michigan Legislature Starts Initial Ceremonies

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — New and veteran Michigan lawmakers are at the state Capitol for swearing-in ceremonies. The 2011-12 Legislature is assembling for the first time Wednesday. Individual lawmakers are taking the oath of office. The majority of lawmakers will be new to their jobs in both the Senate and the House. The turnover is caused partly by the state's…

9&10 News at 5:00

Michigan now has a new legislature. Members were sworn in today in Lansing. Coverage of the task ahead of them from Lansing at 5:00. A time for healing in Tucson. As President Obama makes his way there for a memorial tonight, we'll get an update on the victims of the shooting spree who have a long road to recovery. Some…

Bust Out the Skates & Knit Cap; It’s Pond Hockey Time

Many hockey players first learn to skate on a frozen pond or a backyard rink flooded by a hose and then graduate to an indoor hockey palace. But it's the return to pond hockey that seems to be inherently special to hockey players of all ages. In Northern Michigan pond hockey tournaments have popped up over the last few years,…