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Couple charged with murder agree to have 3 dogs destroyed

A Metamora couple was charged today with second-degree murder and possession of a dangerous animal causing the death of a Livonia jogger who was chased down and killed by two of their animals.Read Story

  • Nonprofit Spotlight: Impression 5 Science Center

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    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Aug 02 at 00:11
  • Hill new physician at ARMC

    Marissa Hill, DO, is joining Drs. Richard Bates, Brendan Conboy and Denise Schiebout and Bonnie Bartz at ARMC Medical Group OB/Gyn Associates. "Northern Michigan is so beautiful and I am very excited to live in Alpena," Hill said. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 02 at 00:00
  • Roberts takes over at CRTC

    ALPENA -Lt. Col. J. Andrew Roberts of Gaylord was sworn in as the commander at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center during a Michigan Air National Guard change-of-command ceremony Friday afternoon. Roberts is replacing Col. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 02 at 00:00
  • Pets take center stage at festival

    ROGERS CITY - For the first time in Nautical Festival pet show history the pets were giving back through the endorsement of Cheboygan County Humane Society, which took place on Friday. View

    Brought to you by: www.thealpenanews.com on Aug 02 at 00:00
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  • 19-year-old dies in 2 vehicle crash

    ISHPEMING - A 19-year-old Ishpeming Township woman died as the result of a two-vehicle traffic accident Friday morning on US 41 in Ishpeming. Killed was Samantha Lee Bonovich of U.S. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 02 at 00:00
  • Redevelopment success story

    MARQUETTE - Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Director Dan Wyant stopped in Marquette Friday during his Upper Peninsula tour, getting a glimpse of both the new and the old. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 02 at 00:00
  • Roadside park at Deer Lake reopens today

    SHELTER BAY - The Michigan Department of Transportation reopened the Deer Lake Roadside Park along M-28 in Alger County today, after efforts to trap a nuisance bear yielded no results. The park was closed Tuesday. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 02 at 00:00
  • Police complete probe into fatal shooting

    NEGAUNEE - Michigan State Police at the Negaunee post completed its investigation into the officer shooting of an Alger County man July 14 in Munising Township, but the results are not being released. View

    Brought to you by: www.miningjournal.net on Aug 02 at 00:00
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  • Candidates raise thousands for bid

    The candidate fliers and posters that dot the region aren't cheap. Candidates who seek the 104th House seat spent tens of thousands of dollars on their campaigns in an attempt give voice to their messages. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 23:55
  • State investigating Dearborn Heights voting allegations; city clerk under f

    Allegations of voter fraud, suppression and discrimination in Dearborn Heights are leading state officials to launch an investigation and advocacy groups to call for federal monitoring of the election Tuesday, as well as the removal of the city clerk. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Aug 01 at 22:11
  • Trent Thompson got bit by the farmer bug

    Trent Thompson never intended to become a farmer. View

    Brought to you by: www.battlecreekenquirer.com on Aug 01 at 21:20
  • Jan Corey Arnett column: A trip to see Doc Martin would be healthy choice

    My husband and I have so many other interests that our television may not be turned on for days at a time. View

    Brought to you by: www.battlecreekenquirer.com on Aug 01 at 20:42
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  • Music In The Movies: Moore, Morello talk music, politics

    Michael Moore gave Rage Against The Machine one director’s note during the filming of the music video for “Sleep Now in the Fire” on New York City’s Wall Street — “Whatever happens, don’t stop playing.” View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 19:22
  • Blood drive to benefit crisis center

    A local blood drive is set to help more than patients awaiting blood transfusions. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 19:21
  • Challenger questions incumbent

    The Republican primary race for Grand Traverse County’s 4th District commission seat pits a challenger who claimed his opponent isn’t a true fiscal conservative against an incumbent who’s running on his experience and knowledge of the county’s history. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 19:21
  • Bay-to-bay trail plan at Sleeping Bear Dunes

    National Lakeshore and National Park Service officials are working with the Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes to develop a trail plan for hikers and paddlers along the Lake Michigan shoreline, and they want to hear from the public. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 19:21
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  • Film Festival Outtakes: 08/02/2014

    Traverse City Film Festival fans still have a good shot at seeing the sold-out shows. Sid VanSlyke, venue manager at the City Opera House, said the theater sold 105 stand-by tickets to a movie showing at last year’s festival. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 19:08
  • Harry Conway recounts a full life well-lived

    Harry Conway sits in his recliner, looking out the bay window and recalls D-Day, the love of his life, learning from Eliot Ness and the time he missed playing golf with Ed Sullivan, Joe Louis and Bob Hope. View

    Brought to you by: www.battlecreekenquirer.com on Aug 01 at 18:42
  • Bridge officials work to stop suicidal jumpers

    Rescue crews responded early Friday to the Blue Water Bridge for a report of a person standing at the bridge railing. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Aug 01 at 18:21
  • Hometown hero needs your help

    For more than two decades, Eric Trexler has been serving his community. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Aug 01 at 18:11
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  • Going to the fair

    Scott Gray strolled along a line of recreation vehicles stretched as far as the eye could see when he spotted Nancy Ellis laboring to tie lights onto an awning of the family camper. Gray stopped to help. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Aug 01 at 17:48
  • City sued over treatment of young witnesses

    The Battle Creek Police Department and the city are being sued by parents alleging their children were unjustifiably detained and questioned after a police shooting incident last year. View

    Brought to you by: www.battlecreekenquirer.com on Aug 01 at 17:46
  • Severe thunderstorm warning for parts of Ingham, Clinton counties

    The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northwestern Ingham and southeastern Clinton counties, calling for 60-mph winds and quarter-sized hail. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Aug 01 at 17:16
  • Dearborn man bound over on murder charges in death of soccer referee in Liv

    The man accused of killing a referee in Livonia earlier this summer will face arraignment in Wayne County Circuit Court next week after being bound over Thursday on a second-degree murder charge. View

    Brought to you by: www.hometownlife.com on Aug 01 at 16:44

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