For today’s Northern Michigan From Above, photojournalist Josh Monroe takes us above Lake Bellaire in Antrim County.
For this week’s Northern Michigan From Above, photojournalist William Bly takes us above the shorelines of Torch Lake.
No matter the season, northern Michigan is a great place for outdoor board sports, and if you time it just right, you can hit the slopes and water in one day. MANE Content’s Mark Goethel takes you on what he calls the trifecta for this month’s Adventure in Northern Michigan.
For this week’s Northern Michigan from Above, photojournalist Derrick Larr gives us a preview of our next Tough Jobs segment. He’s flying his drone over 9&10 News anchor Whitney Amann as she climbs up an internet satellite tower in Scottville to do maintenance with SyncWave.
It’s getting warmer outside and that means more people out on the trails. Photojournalist Josh Monroe gives us a look at Oleson Bridge Trailhead in Traverse City for today’s Northern Michigan from Above.
For today’s Northern Michigan From Above, Mane Content’s Mark Goethel takes us on a tour throughout the parks in Elk Rapids.
It’s warming up and the snow is starting to melt, but there is still plenty at ski resorts across Northern Michigan to enjoy. Including Mount Holiday in Traverse City That’s where MANE Content’s Mark Goethel is today for this Adventure in Northern Michigan.
For today’s Northern Michigan From Above, photojournalist Jeremy Erickson takes us to Lake Skegemog in Williamsburg where the there are signs of a spring transition.
There are signs of warming weather at Platte Lake. For today’s Northern Michigan From Above, Noah Jurik take us above the open water where some brave people are fishing.
Even though the Soo Locks are closed for winter maintenance, a freighter can often be seen on the Saint Mary’s River delivering oil and other chemicals across the river to Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. In today’s Northern Michigan From Above, photojournalist Jim Lehocky shows us one of those freighters the Algonova. It made a recent delivery in some icy waters.