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Breaking down new 2021 DT offer, more transfer portal targetsOn this week's Future Brew, we discuss Michigan football's latest offer to a 2021 defensive tackle, a couple more options in the transfer portal who recently jumped ship from Tennessee's program, and how the new staff additions seem aimed at improving things on the recruiting trail.

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Snow totals in southeast MichiganBetween 1 to 3 inches was reported in southeast Michigan as of 10 p.m. Tuesday.

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Crowds gather to witness harsh conditions on Lake MichiganSome even pulled out their camera to snap photos or video.

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Michigan State Men's Basketball: MSU Adds Road Trip To Iowa Next Week, Pushes Back Nebraska GameThe Michigan State Spartans announced a schedule change for next week's action late Tuesday evening.

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Detroit City Council approves more money to fight Detroit Will Breathe lawsuitThe Detroit City Council on Tuesday narrowly approved a controversial contract increase for a law firm helping the city counter-sue anti-police brutality protesters.

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Schools closings continue Wednesday in parts of Mid-MichiganSome Mid-Michigan students will get a second day off school this week after the largest snowfall so far this season.

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Michigan's new House speaker: We'll fight Whitmer until she works with GOPOn the eve of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's State of the State Address, new Michigan House Speaker Jason Wentworth says partisanship ‘can't get any worse' in Lansing and blames the governor for the troubles.

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Stretch of North Michigan Avenue getting upgrades in Saginaw County"Those heavy, repetitive loads just add to the crumbling infrastructure. That area of Carrolton, you have Michigan Sugar, the asphalt plant and other industry in that area," said Dan Armentrout, the director of engineering for the road commission.

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Fewer schools take snow days in Mid-Michigan amid coronavirus pandemicSo are snow days a thing of the past now that virtual learning is possible, because of the pandemic?

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IGT and FanDuel Group Bring Omnichannel Sports Betting to Michigan via Launch of FanDuel Sportsbook AppPress release content from PR Newswire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.

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Lions' Matthew Stafford's Michigan mansion on sale for $6.5 millionQuarterback's house was put on the market earlier in the year. With his departure now likely, it's back on sale.

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NetEnt enters Michigan's online gaming marketNetEnt is the latest operator to have gained entry into Michigan's online gaming market, thereby expanding its presence in the United States.

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Notes and Quotes: Tom Izzo says Michigan State is "ready and raring to go" following COVID-19 pauseIn the pre-game press conference Zoom call ahead of Thursday night's matchup against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo opened the call with a recap of where the team is in its COVID protocols and its return, albeit halting, to the court as individuals and as a team.

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Morley Stanwood Schools Looking into Adding Benefits for Part Time Bus DriversMorley Stanwood Community Schools is hoping to attract substitute bus drivers by providing benefits. The superintendent says they're looking into offering bus drivers dental, vision and life insurance, as well increasing paid time to four hours a day instead of three and a half hours per day.

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Some European Countries Move To Require Medical-Grade Masks In PublicA number of European countries have announced new mask recommendations and requirements, pushing aside fabric masks in favor of surgical masks or medical-grade respirators.

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Former Kilpatrick deputy mayor announces bid for mayor of DetroitAnthony Adams, a former deputy mayor under Kwame Kilpatrick, announced on Tuesday that he will run for mayor of Detroit against incumbent Mike Duggan who.

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Health Officials Address Vaccine Availability and "Double-Booking" AppointmentsOne of the questions we've been getting lately in our newsroom is about people who are so-called "double-booking" in an effort to get the vaccine more quickly.

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Evart Varsity Boys Basketball Team Saves Teammates LifeDuring practice last week, one of the star senior players suffered a medical emergency, that's when the coach and teammates stepped into action.

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What Is That Glowing Light Coming From Canada?On today's show, we cover a few things to know around town. There's a pandemic update.

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Gov. Whitmer Avoids Explaining Health Director ResignationLast week, the state's director of Health and Human Services, Robert Gordon, unexpectedly resigned and since then, no full explanation has been given to why.

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CDC Makes Case For School ReopeningA review of data from K-12 schools that reopened for in-person instruction in the fall has found little evidence that schools contributed meaningfully to the spread of COVID-19, according to a new article published Tuesday in JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association.

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Stateside: COVID-19 variant at UM; homelessness increases in GR; UP vaccine doses stalledToday on Stateside, how the new COVID variant, present on the University of Michigan campus, is affecting the school and what it could mean for the rest of the state And, shelters in Grand Rapids are seeing an increase in the demand for services as the economic fallout from COVID pushes people out of housing.

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Gov. Whitmer Sits Down to Preview Third State of the State AddressGovernor Gretchen Whitmer is set to give her third State of the State address Wednesday night and in this COVID world, it will be virtual.

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California Health Secretary On Lifting Stay-At-Home Orders And VaccinationsCalifornia lifted stay-at-home orders for all regions on Monday as the government said hospital intensive care unit capacity is expected to increase.

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Free Bobby?Kilpatrick is free, but Mike Rataj wonders why Kwame's co-conspirator Bobby Ferguson is still locked up.

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The Biden Administration Is Working To Buy 200 Million More COVID-19 Vaccine DosesPresident Biden will announce Tuesday that his administration is working to purchase an additional 200 million doses of the two COVID-19 vaccines that have been authorized for emergency use, with the goal, the White House says, of having enough vaccine supply for nearly the entire U.S. population by the end of the summer.

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Northern Michigan From Above: Shipping Season in Sault Ste. MarieMarie is nearly 10 months long, and runs from late March to mid-January. In todays Northern Michigan from Above Jim Lehocky shows us the change of seasons during the shipping season, high above Rotary Park in Sault Ste.

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Living Right: Don't Fall Victim to Decision FatigueWe all face hundreds of choices every day. Some small, some big, some important and some even life-saving.

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2020 Firearm Catch Rate At Airports Doubled From Previous YearThe Transportation Security Administration caught approximately 10 firearms per million passengers passing through U.S. airport security in 2020 — twice the 2019 rate — amid the sharp drop in air travel because of the coronavirus.

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GT Commissioner Asks for Apologies Following "Proud Boys" DiscussionA Grand Traverse County Commissioner is calling on fellow board members to apologize, and hopes the full commission will denounce an extremist group associated with violence.

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Central Michigan at Buffalo Men's Basketball Game PostponedMid-American Conference Official Statement Regarding Central Michigan at Buffalo Men's Basketball Game.

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Good Reads from Brilliant Books: 'A Whale of the Wild' by Rosanne ParryOrcas are considered to be one of the most beautiful and intelligent creatures to ever live on this earth.

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Michigan driver swerves to avoid deer, ends up in riverWoman had to be freed from car early Monday in Buchanan Township after car struck utility pole and two trees before landing in river.

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Michigan has 552,556 COVID-19 cases, 14,405 deathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 1,476 new cases of COVID-19, and 79 new deaths.

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Michigan Tech Women keep NMU at bay, 55-46Continuing a trend of second half acceleration, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team earned its fourth straight win 55-46 over Northern Michigan Tuesday at SDC Gymnasium. Ellie Mackay led the Huskies with 18 points and four rebounds and fellow guard Baillie McGirk had 10 points and a pair of rebounds.

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Local Lawmakers Named to State Vaccine Promotion CommissionTwo northern Michigan lawmakers have been appointed to the states vaccine promotion commission. State Senator Curt VanderWall from Ludington and Representative John Roth from Grand Traverse County will both serve on the commission.

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Janam Assists Detroit-Based Olympia Entertainment With ReopeningJanam's GT1 mobile entry pedestal delivers contactless "tap-and-go" venue access for a safe, socially distanced fan experience.

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IGT and FanDuel Group Bring Omnichannel Sports Betting to Michigan via Launch of FanDuel Sportsbook AppInternational Game Technology PLC announced today that its PlaySports platform is powering the recently launched FanDuel...

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Artist Profile: Rufus SnoddyHes part artist and part activist when it comes to his work. Traverse Citys Rufus Snoddy uses a unique style of painting and sculpting, and we learned the inspiration behind it in this Artist Profile.

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Jeff Daniels' New Album Tackles Pandemic and PoliticsAcclaimed actor, playwright, musician and Michigander Jeff Daniels talks about his latest album "Alive and Well Enough" and tackles all the political and pandemic feels of the past year.

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Biden Administration to Increase COVID-19 Vaccine Supply by 17% Next WeekPresident Joe Bidens administration said Tuesday that it will give states a 17% boost in COVID-19 vaccines by next week.

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Auditor General says Michigan's COVID-19 response "appropriate" but not perfectA report to the Legislature from the Michigan Auditor General says there should have been more controls over how millions of dollars in COVID-19 response funds were spent.

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Checking Out the Latest at Golden-Fowler Home Furnishings in Traverse CityFor 60 years, Todays Golden-Fowler Home Furnishings has helped Northern Michigan pick out just the right furniture to help turn their houses into homes.

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Henning: Jim Harbaugh's hold on Michigan has Michigan State parallelsMichigan handing Jim Harbaugh an extension, and the intrigue surrounding it, is reminiscent of George Perles' final seasons at Michigan State.

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Coronavirus TrackerThis continuously updated post includes details of Michigan's confirmed COVID-19 cases, maps of locations, state curve data, what the state is doing to contain the spread, and expert suggestions on how you can stay safe.

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Michigan's Food Industry COVID-19 Outbreak Tracker: Restaurants, Bars, and AgricultureBreaking down the number of new and ongoing reported outbreaks in restaurants, bars, and food processing facilities in Michigan.

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National Plan Your Vacation Day: Pure Michigan on Why Just Planning a Trip Helps Mental Health, MoodPure Michigan is encouraging people to start booking their PTO days early in 2021. Data shows more than 60 percent of Americans feel they desperately need a vacation this year.

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'He killed my baby': Michigan woman 'did everything right' to protect herself from exMichigan is one of 13 states where the decision to remove a gun is left in the hands of a judge.

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Gov. Whitmer To Deliver Third State Of The State Address WednesdayGov. Gretchen Whitmer will deliver her third State of the State Address Wednesday.

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Michigan parents set to file lawsuit demanding restart of high school sportsLANSING, Mich. – A group of high school parents is preparing to sue the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director, demanding indoor sports be reinstated by next week.

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Trash day changing for 23,000 Mid-Michigan households next weekRepublic Services is changing some routes in rural areas of Genesee, Gratiot, Shiawassee and Tuscola counties.

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Michigan State basketball's Gabe Brown, assistant Dane Fife test positive for COVID-19Tom Izzo said Michigan State basketball is prepared to play this week despite two more positive COVID-19 tests within his program.

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Michigan Reports 1,476 New COVID-19 Cases, 79 Deaths TuesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,476 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 79 deaths Tuesday.

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Detroit to dismiss some tickets issued during Floyd protestsThe city of Detroit will dismiss most misdemeanor citations issued last spring during several days of protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Police Seek Suspect In Connection To Homicide On Detroit's East SideThe Detroit Police Department is seeking a suspect wanted in connection with a homicide that occurred on the city's east side.

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Despite jobs purge in Michigan, union membership grew in 2020Despite Michigan employers shedding roughly 487,000 jobs in 2020, union membership grew slightly across the state, according to data released this month by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Giuliani election witness who testified at Michigan hearing says she's running for state house seatA conservative activist in Michigan who Rudy Giuliani called to testify during a hearing on election fraud says she is running for a local state House seat.Â.

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Jim Harbaugh's new assistant coaching hires bring youthful infusion to MichiganFive new assistant coaches, all under the age of 39. They'll be joining other members on the staff who are in that age range.

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The impact of 2020 on our mental health is often overlookedGuest Commentary: The coronavirus has taken the lives of many Americans. We must acknowledge that mental health challenges will claim a similar toll if left unaddressed.

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Michigan State Spartans Men's Basketball: Gabe Brown out with COVID-19The junior forward is the latest member of the team to test positive.

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The Best Instant Pot Tomato Soup RecipeThis tomato soup is perfect for lunch served with a grilled cheese. You could also cook this soup in a dutch oven if you don't have an Instant Pot.

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Raving Geeks S3 E2: Rated E For EveryoneThis time on Raving Geeks, resident gaming experts Brendan and Isaac help Hope discover what sort of video games that she — and the listeners — might enjoy!

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Michigan Asks For A Waiver Of Standardized Testing For 2021Michigan requested on Monday that standardized testing be waived for the 2020-2021 school year, after a school year marked with instruction inconsistency and difficulty due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Italy's Prime Minister Quits As COVID-19 Response Splits Coalition GovernmentItalians are used to hearing the words, "Once again, the government in Rome has collapsed." Now another Italian leader is resigning — but this time, it risks plunging the country into political chaos while still in the grips of the coronavirus pandemic and deep economic turmoil.

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Rep. Debbie Dingell and Michigan Schools UpdateIn this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Congresswoman Debbie Dingell about COVID relief, Biden's executive orders and Trump's impeachment.

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Hoops Analysis: Do the Michigan State Spartans Have "Bubble Trouble? "Based on Michigan State's current performance to date, most bracketologists have the Spartans squarely on the bubble.

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2 New Chick-fil-A Restaurants Opening This Week In Metro DetroitTwo new Chick-fil-A restaurants are set to open in Metro Detroit this week.

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WATCH: Michigan Hockey Highlights vs. Notre DameBreaking down the sweep of the Irish with some highlights and analysis.

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European Union Warns AstraZeneca Over Reduction In Vaccine ShipmentsNews that AstraZeneca's promised COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to Europe will be delayed isn't sitting well with officials, who are pushing the company to honor the agreed-upon delivery schedule.

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Michigan turns 184, check out how it became a stateA good place to start learning about Michigan's wild history is with its origin as a state.

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The Michigan Hockeycast 3.10: What Happens in Bowling GreenWith David Nasternak and Alex Drain This Podcast Has a Sponsor: Michigan Law Grad.

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Happy Birthday, Michigan! State turns 184 TuesdayOn this day in 1837, Michigan was official recognized as a state.

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Best Psychics Near Me: Most Accurate Psychics, Tarot Readers And Mediums atJust One Click's DistanceWhen it comes to psychic reading, although most people prefer to meet the psychic in person, in such unprecedented times like today, the Covid-19 pandemic has made these preferences less likely to materialize.

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Detroit drops charges against 238 anti-police brutality protestersThe city of Detroit is dismissing charges against 238 protesters who were arrested during two days of protests that broke out following the death of George Floyd last year.

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Michigan Radio's Strategic PlanIn the fall of 2019, Michigan Radio began the process of developing a new strategic plan and articulating a refreshed vision, mission and values statements for the station.

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Michigan Politics TrackerThis continuously updated post includes details of, campaigns, politics and voting news.

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Autopsies may provide answers in deaths of 3 from MichiganA northern Michigan sheriff said there are many "unanswered questions" after the bodies of a man, a woman and their young son were found over the weekend in a wooded area.

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Gov. Whitmer mum on health chief's resignation, sports banLANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday refused to discuss the circumstances surrounding the abrupt departure of Michigan's health director during the coronavirus pandemic, including whether she asked for his resignation.

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CVS to Begin Offering COVID-19 Vaccinations in FebruaryBeginning in February, CVS will start offering on-site coronavirus vaccinations. The companys chief medical officer says CVS will be administering vaccines at 272 store locations across 11 states.

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Lambert and Co. hires chief of staffGrand Rapids-based Lambert and Co., a public relations, investor relations and marketing firm, named Walter Ward III its chief of staff.

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Over 34,000 small businesses applied for Michigan "survival" grantsMore than 34,000 small businesses are waiting to see if they'll get a share of $55 million in state grants.

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Meijer Simply Give Program Donated $7.6 Million In 2020 To Food PantriesThe holiday campaign alone earned $2.6 million in donations and saw the highest customer participation in the program's 12-year history.

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Twitter Bans My Pillow CEOThe CEO of My Pillow has been banned from Twitter. Mike Lindell was suspended for repeatedly violating the civic integrity policy when he shared election misinformation.

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Michigan's five biggest recruiting hits of the Harbaugh eraThese are the five best hits on the recruiting trail over the last six years.

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Judge denies bond for Wixom man charged with beating police during Capitol siegeA federal judge on Monday denied bond for the 30-year-old former Marine from Michigan who is accused of beating police officers with a hockey stick before climbing through a broken window at the U.S. Capitol during the Jan.

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WATCH NOW: Munson Healthcare officials are providing a COVID-19 vaccination update and taking your questions. You can watch on 9&10 Plus on the free VHarbor Springs Police Seeking Information on Man who Called in Bomb Threat.

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Applications Open For Legacy Detroiter Status For Recreational Marijuana LicensesDetroiters interested in obtaining one or more recreational marijuana licenses can now take the first step to be certified as a Legacy Detroiter before license applications open April 1.

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Oakland basketball coach Greg Kampe calls for Michigan high school sports to be reinstated immediatelyOakland University basketball coach Greg Kampe is the latest prominent figure to call for Michigan high school sports to resume.

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Creston Industrial partners with German tech company on informational websiteCreston Industrial Sales is partnering with CimSource Gmbh to help manufacturers transition to digital tooling solutions via an informational website that explains the problems and solutions associated with the transition to Industry 4.0.

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Harbor Springs Police Seeking Information on Man who Called in Bomb ThreatThe Harbor Springs Police Department is attempting to find the man who called in a bomb threat on Monday and claimed he was heavily armed.

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Michigan State Men's Basketball: Spartans appear to be on track to play RutgersAfter a long delay due to COVID-19 issues within the program, which forced the Michigan State men's basketball team to postpone its past three games, the Spartans were able to hold a team practice on Monday with 10 players.

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Weather On The Go Podcast: Lake IceOn the latest episode of the Weather on the Go Podcast, Doppler 9&10 meteorologists Madison Ryke and Michael Stevens discuss the amount of ice that is presently on area lakes and how this winter shapes up against traditional northern Michigan winters.

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Skin care business announces rebrandMomma's Home, an e-commerce natural skin care and body care company in Zeeland, announced it has rebranded its product line and relaunched its website, mommashome.com.

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Pizza Hut now has Detroit-style pizza on its menu, including one variety with 80 pepperoniOn Tuesday, home of the stuffed crust Pizza Hut debuted its crispy, rectangular, sauce-on-top Detroit-Style Pizza, which it described as offering "cheese all the way to the edges to create that crispy, thick, caramelized crust." Pizza Hut says it tested more than 500 versions to get the Detroit-Style offering just right, settling on the chain's...

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Detroit Makes Plans To Clean 2,000 Alleys In 2021The city of Detroit has extended its alley cleanup program to clear brush and debris from at least 2,000 locations in 2021.

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Over 34,000 small businesses applied for Michigan "survival" grantsMore than 34,000 small businesses are waiting to see if they'll get a share of $55 million in state grants.

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The Only Podcast — Back from PostponementWe postponed in solidarity not because we're lazy.

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Gov. Whitmer Mum On Health Chief's Resignation, Sports BanGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday refused to discuss the circumstances surrounding the abrupt departure of Michigan's health director during the coronavirus pandemic, including whether she asked for his resignation.

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Gelman Sciences files motion to pause lawsuit seeking new plume cleanup planGelman Sciences wants a Washtenaw County judge to pause court proceedings in the 1-4 dioxane pollution cleanup case.

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Cannabis cultivator makes mark in KalamazooThe Woods Cultivation and Processing in Kalamazoo announced it recently wrapped up its fourth harvest.

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Auditor faults Michigan for lack of emergency protocols to buy PPE, supplies for COVID-19Auditor General Doug Ringler said Michigan should have had better emergency purchasing protocols in place before the pandemic struck.

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A timeline of Nassar's abuse, charges and Michigan State's responseA sign supporting survivors sits at the back of the room for the Teal Ribbon Ceremony at the 2019 Teal Ribbon Award and Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the MSU Union on April 15, 2019.

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Venue invites restaurateurs to sell gift cards at event this weekendThe owner of English Hills Event Centers is inviting local restaurants to sell gift certificates at an event this weekend to promote their businesses ahead of the Monday reopening of indoor dining at 25% capacity.

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Becoming a foster parent in Upper MichiganNow virtual, the fostering training process takes about three to six months.

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Michigan State announces 30-year partnership with Henry Ford Health Care SystemMichigan State announced a partnership with Henry Ford Health System in order to increase Michigan's status as a premier location for healthcare.

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Morning Briefing Jan. 26, 2021: Snowy forecast, some school closings, happy birthday Michigan, moreOne additional point: wind blowing off of Lake Huron could generate a few lake effect snow bands, which would enhance the snow totals in a few parts of the Thumb.

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The Pandemic Made Their Love Long Distance — From Just A Few Miles ApartEvery Sunday afternoon, Suzan Mubarak keeps an eye on her phone. That is when her boyfriend will call to let her know he's outside her house for their weekly wave.

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Varnum welcomes four associate attorneysVarnum LLP added associate attorneys Justin A. Allen, Tuo. Wang, William J. Whalen and Yezi.

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Tuesday Recruiting Roundup: Assistant coaches connect with new and old targetsThe target board is shaking up with the new staff complete.

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Free legal: U-M law clinic helps Michigan residents resolve workers' claimsUnemployed and desperately seeking answers from the state unemployment agency by phone and the internet, Muskegon resident Rebecca Erb said the last thing she needed was getting the runaround.

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GTPulse: The Only Blue Corn That Grows on the 45th ParallelThe only blue corn to grow at the 45th parallel is right here in Northern Michigan.

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2022 OL commit set to speak with Sherrone Moore for first timeMichigan's lone offensive line commit of the 2022 class, three-star Connor Jones, is set to speak with co-offensive line coach Sherrone Moore for the first time today, Jones told Maize n Brew.

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Michigan asks to waive standardized testing for 2020-2021 school yearLANSING, Mich. – Michigan requested on Monday that standardized testing be waived for the 2020-2021 school year, after a school year marked with instruction inconsistency and difficulty due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Senate Prepares for February Impeachment Trial of Former President TrumpThe U.S. Senate is now getting ready for the second impeachment trial of now former President Trump.

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President Biden Changes Standards for What Can Be Labeled 'Made in America'President Biden is changing what qualifies for being called Made in America. He signed an executive order to guarantee federal agencies will buy more goods and services from U.S. companies.

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California Exits Months-Long Stay-at-Home OrderThere are some positive signs in the countrys fight against the coronavirus. Reports show infections rates and hospitalizations continue to slow down.

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Hornets outworking everybodyThe head coach of the JV football team as well as a varsity basketball assistant for the past three seasons, Howe now gets his first shot as a varsity head coach this season.

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'This is historic snow': major winter storm blankets parts of USMore than 10in of snow fell in parts of eastern Nebraska by Monday evening, leading to early closures of Covid testing sites.

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Nursing Home Critics Say COVID-19 Immunity Laws Are A Free Pass For NeglectPalestine Howze died April 14, 2020, in a North Carolina nursing home. She had developed a pressure ulcer — or bed sore as they're commonly known.

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Newaygo Co. Residents Receive Scam Letters, Fishy $1,900 ChecksA new scam has been popping up in Newaygo County. The sheriffs office says checks for nearly $1,900 are being sent out from Firefly Federal Credit Union with a letter.

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Michigan State Volleyball: Minnesota Series Recap, Schedule NewsThe Michigan State Spartans volleyball team began its 2021 spring season on Saturday with a two-game weekend series at Minnesota.

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Happy 184th, Michigan!Michigan Sign at State Line 1958 by State of Michigan January 26th is Michigan Statehood Day, Michigan’s 184th birthday.

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In Michigan and 12 other states, a judge decides whether abuser is allowed to keep gunsThe Trace reviewed orders in Arizona, Michigan, New Hampshire, and South Dakota — and found that firearms restrictions were unevenly granted.

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Michigan reports 1,476 new COVID-19 cases, 79 deaths TuesdayMichigan now has a total of 552,556 confirmed cases and 14,405 deaths since March.

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Michigan adds 1,476 cases, 79 deaths from COVID-19The latest figures bring the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Michigan to 552,556 and deaths to 14,405 since the virus was first detected in March, according to the state Department of Health and Human Services.

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Ionia library programs challenge community to readReading is always important, and so is remembering to have fun. The Ionia Community Library's Winter Reading Challenges are a reminder to grown-ups and kids alike to make time for both.

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Michigan Senate Republicans outline this year's plans ahead of Whitmer's State of the StateRepublican state senators outlined their 19 legislative priorities for this year a day before Gov.

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Making things ‘as fair as possible'Placing a focus on state hazard pay for teachers and support staff, leaders at the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District are looking to reevaluate who is eligible, possibly contributing more in the process.

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Once-committed 2022 four-star DB Myles Rowser includes U-M in top 8One of the top in-state prospects in the 2022 class released his top eight list, and the Michigan Wolverines made the cut, as four-star safety Myles Rowser released on social media Monday evening.

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Coronavirus in Michigan: Here's what to know Jan. 26, 2021DETROIT – The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Michigan has risen to 551,080 as of Friday, including 14,326 deaths, state officials report.

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The Best Sledding Hills In + Around DetroitIf you're looking for sledding hills in + around Detroit, Katie has you covered with the best places for sledding, tobogganing, and snow tubing.

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Outmans focus on unemployment, state budget, coronavirus issuesAs a result of lockdowns of Michigan's Capitol building, due to possible threats against the building and legislators, Pat, along with his father, 33rd District State Sen.

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Why Michigan football has turned to millennials for a revivalAs Jim Harbaugh tries to revive Michigan football, he has hired young assistants to promote change and improvement.

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Upcoming and pending services for Jan. 26, 2021Upcoming and pending services for Jan.

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Reactions to the two-week pause of Michigan athleticsEverything is shut down due to the UK variant of the virus in Ann Arbor.

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They Lost Sons To Drug Overdoses: How The Pandemic May Be Fueling Deaths Of DespairKaren Butcher's son Matthew struggled for years with an addiction to opioids. She's convinced the pandemic made it worse.

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MTM On The Road: Redeemed in Manistee Has Over 50 Vendors, All With Unique ItemsWith over 50 vendors, there's so much to shop and see at Redeemed in Manistee.

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City of Charlevoix Reviewing Two Commercial Boat Slip Bids, Citizens Concerned About Environmental ImpactsThe City of Charlevoix is looking to fill the third of their three commercial boat slips in their marina.

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Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: Sammie, Dessa and MarcellaIt's Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! This week we have Sammie, Dessa and Marcella-just three of Northern Michigan's many great, adoptable animals waiting for a loving family to take them home.

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Anti-Curfew Protests Flare Up in The NetherlandsDutch demonstrators again defied the country's new curfew to protest government restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus.

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Michigan organization fighting for rights of parents who use gestational carrierClick here for updates on this story. Michigan, USA  An organization is helping Michigan families that are fighting for the legal rights of their children.

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Genius Sports Group receives Michigan supply licenseThe Michigan Gaming Control Board has granted an online sports betting supply license to sports betting supplier Genius Sports Group.

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Michigan State women's basketball shifts schedule, to play at No. 7 Maryland this weekSpartans' schedule adjustment comes after their two games against rival Michigan were postponed.

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BetMGM Announces the Launch of Online CasinoFollowing the legalization of online sports betting in Michigan, BetMGM announced the launch of online casino, which will deliver wide range of online casino games.

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Senior Bowl: Michigan's Nico Collins, Ambry Thomas weigh inMOBILE, Ala. — Appearing in an organized, professional football setting for the first time in over a year, Michigan's Nico Collins and Ambry Thomas flashed slight differences to their physique during Senior Bowl weigh ins this week.

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Auditor blasts Michigan over lack of emergency protocols to buy PPE, supplies for COVID-19Auditor General Doug Ringler said Michigan should have had better emergency purchasing protocols in place before the pandemic struck.

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Buffalo vs. Central Michigan odds, line: 2021 college basketball picks, Jan. 26 predictions from proven modelThe SportsLine Projection Model simulates every Division I college basketball game 10,000 times. Over the past four-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated an impressive profit of almost $2,300 for $100 players on its top-rated college basketball picks against the spread.

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Michigan State's Cassius Winston Scores First Career NBA PointsCassius Winston, a former Michigan State basketball star, scored his first career NBA points on Sunday.

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Vanderbilt Elk Poaching Investigation Leads to Charges After Year-Long InvestigationThree Northern Michigan men now facing charges after a year-long elk poaching investigation. The DNR received a tip more than a year ago about three relatives being near Vanderbilt where three elk were found in 2019.

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Rutgers swimming and diving produces personal records against No. 5 Michigan, Michigan StateThe tri-meet took place at Donald B. Canham Natatorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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University of Michigan student athletes start petition to overturn 2-week pauseANN ARBOR, Mich. – Sports on University of Michigan’s campus came to a sudden halt Saturday after a handful of athletes tested positive for the COVID B.1.1.7 variant.

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Backyard RockHit play below to hear Jacques J. Rancourt read his poem “Backyard Rock and scroll down for the full Rock“ is featured in MQR’s Winter 2021 Issue.

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Up to 5 inches of snow expected in much of lower MichiganLatest trends show 3-5 inches along and north of I-69, with 1-3 inches in Metro Detroit and south, with freezing drizzle expected in morning, NWS says.

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Reactions to the two-week pause of Michigan athleticsDaniel and Chris discuss both of Michigan's wins from last week as well as the announcement that all U-M sports are set to be shut down for 2 weeks.

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Michigan State Basketball Returns to Practice, Still on Track to Play RutgersEast Lansing, MI - After 12 days, Michigan State basketball held practice with most of its team and remains on track to play Rutgers Thursday night.

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Michigan's 10 Cents A Meal Program Reaches More than 400,000 StudentsMichigans 10 Cents A Meal program went statewide for this school year with 138 schools participating.

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Michigan officials ‘don't want to have to go backwards' due to spread of new COVID variantLANSING, Mich. – Michigan officials said they hope the state won’t have to move backward in the reopening process due to the spread of the new COVID-19 variant, but they have to continue monitoring the numbers.

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Michigan high school contact sports ban: What Whitmer said about possibility of resumingLANSING, Mich. – Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was asked Monday about the ban on certain Michigan high school contact sports and whether they might be allowed to resume in the near future.

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Jim Harbaugh's new-look football staff at Michigan adds Ron BellamyJim Harbaugh completed Michigan's new-look staff by adding wide receivers coach Ron Bellamy.

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922-LightningI never really shook the feeling that God could off me with a lightning bolt.

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Just 5% of Michigan cannabis business owners are Black, Latino. Panel wants to increase diversity.Black people account for 3.8% of those with state recreational cannabis business licenses, a state survey found, despite making up 14% of Michigan's population.

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Former Gov. Rick Snyder's attorney files motion to dismiss Flint water crisis chargesAttorneys for former Governor Rick Snyder are formally asking a judge to toss two misdemeanor charges tied to the Flint water crisis.

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Federal judge denies bond request for Michigan man charged in riot at the nation's capitolA federal judge has denied bond for a Michigan man charged in connection with this month's riot at the nation's Capitol.

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AP Top 25 Basketball Poll: Illinois Up 3 Spots; Michigan, Alabama SoarThe Big 10 and Big 12 each have six teams in this week's poll.

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In wake of U.S. Capitol attack, Michigan business group rethinks political spendingArguably, the most powerful group in the state is the Detroit Regional Chamber. They have announced that they're changing the way it handles political contributions in light of the insurrection at the United States Capitol.

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With 17 variant cases, it's a race against the clock to detect the spreadIt's going to take about a week for the state's labs to answer an urgent question.

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Michigan expert depressed by COVID vaccine myths, government rolloutDr. Arnold Monto, the U-M expert who led the vetting of U.S. COVID vaccines, weighs in on whether the vaccines will stand up to new variants.

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Whitmer, health exec: COVID-19 variant could affect re-opening plansGovernor Gretchen Whitmer and state health officials say they are very concerned about a new variant of COVID-19 that's been found in Michigan.

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Michigan schools want to skip standardized tests, blaming COVIDState Superintendent Michael Rice seeks federal permission to drop the M-STEP this year because of the pandemic, but some educators say doing so is irresponsible.

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Gorilla Gets Monoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19A gorilla at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido, Calif., underwent monoclonal antibody therapy after contracting COVID-19 this month.

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Sherrone Moore officially announced as Michigan's co-offensive coordinator, OL coachMichigan officially announced this staff move on Monday, along with the hiring of Ron Bellamy as receivers coach, and Jay Harbaugh moving to tight ends coach along with retaining his duties as special teams coordinator.

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Meet Michigan football's new-look coaching staffMichigan football announced its final changes to the coaching staff on Monday night.

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Michigan restaurants to reopen with curfew, other safety restrictions in placeDETROIT – Michigan restaurants are doing everything necessary to reopen in one week under extremely strict rules.

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Michigan officially announces hiring of Ron Bellamy as receivers coachFirst it was Mike Hart, now it's Ron Bellamy, who played for Michigan from 1999-2002, will be Michigan's new receivers coach.

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Proposed House bills seek to ban guns in state Capitol, legislative office buildingsDemocrats in the Michigan House of Representatives are introducing legislation to ban guns in and around the state Capitol.

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After COVID-related hiatus, Michigan State men's basketball returns to full practiceThe Spartans haven't had a team practice since Jan. 13 when a small COVID breakout sidelined players and some staff.

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COVID variant spreads in Michigan. Gretchen Whitmer mum on ex-health chief.New COVID variants make it more important to observe safety protocols. Meanwhile, Michigan is improving on distribution of vaccines, as more arrive over the weekend.

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Newly confirmed Michigan COVID-19 cases continue falling steadilyThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 1,601 new COVID-19 illnesses on Saturday, which is the lowest single-day total since Oct.

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Michigan Association of County Treasurers Responds to LawsuitsMichigan County Treasurers are speaking out after word of state and federal lawsuits over the proceeds from tax foreclosures.

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South Dakota Health Leader On How The State Has Gotten Its Vaccine OutA few months ago, South Dakota was in the news for its rising coronavirus case numbers and deaths.

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Bellamy Returns to Michigan Football Program as Wide Receivers CoachUniversity of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh announced today the hiring of Ron Bellamy as the program's wide receivers coach.

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Benzie Co. Athletic Directors Concerned About Student Morale After Winter Sports ExtensionAthletic directors in Benzie County say that student morale is down after the recent announcement that winter competitions are delayed until the end of February.

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LifeHouse Bread of Life Food Bank Receives $4K Donation from WescoLifeHouse Assembly of God in Cadillac recently received more than $4,000 from Wesco of Cadillac.

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In new album "Alive and Well Enough" actor Jeff Daniels tackles all the political and pandemic feelsMichigan's favorite son is back, and is biding his time at home like the rest of us.

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Stateside: US Capitol riots change political spending; new music from Jeff Daniels; Dave Bing memoirToday on Stateside, a pro-business advocacy group says the insurrection and denial of election results will fundamentally change how they make political endorsements.

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Gov. Whitmer: Michigan Vaccine Rollout Among Top 10 StatesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Monday introducing the new director of Health and Human Services.

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Bars and Restaurants Want a Clearer Pathway to Full ReopeningBars and restaurants are a week away from reopening at 25% capacity. But the industry is desperate for answers about what happens after that, and what they can do to completely reopen.

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Schools outraged that bars can open in Michigan, but not winter sportsFrom threats of lawsuits to heading across state lines to compete, high school athletes, their parents and coaches are frustrated by not being able to play while bars and restaurants can reopen.

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U of M's COVID-19 Problems; Campbell In As Lions Coach, Stafford Out As QB w/ Fletcher SharpeFletcher Sharpe is in today and we talk: 00:30 University of Michigan sports are postponed for two weeks due to the new Coronavirus variant and new cases 03:43 High school parents and students frustrated that they can not play close contact sports 11:03 Fletcher's take on the Lion's new head coach Dan Campbell.

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Big Rapids Receives MDOT Grant for Road RepairThe City of Big Rapids just got a boost to their effort to make some big improvements.

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Best BBW Dating Sites "Plus Size Dating"Navigating the dating scene isn't always easy for singles. Meeting someone new sounds simple enough, but finding the right person for you can be a real challenge.

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Harbaugh's new-look staff at Michigan adds coach Ron BellamyANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has added wide receivers coach Ron Bellamy, completing his new-look staff.

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Michigan Partners With Nonprofit One Fair Wage to Offer Restaurant Relief in Exchange for Eliminating Tipped Minimum WageLieutenant Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II announced Monday the state plans to partner with nonprofit organization One Fair Wage.

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Michigan asks for a waiver of standardized testing for 2021The Michigan Department of Education again has asked the U.S. Department of Education to waive standardized testing for the 2020-2021 school year so Michigan teachers can focus on making sure students are caught up in their education.

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Sights and Sounds: Good HeartFor todays Sights and Sounds of northern Michigan, photojournalist Kaleb Vinton takes us to the small town of Good Heart.

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Amazing Northern Michigan Homes: Family Home in Kingsley, Barn Wood Details and Vintage AccentsFor Amazing Northern Michigan Homes, Whitney Amann and photojournalist Jeremy Erickson take us to a stunning family home in Kingsley with plenty of barn wood details and vintage accents, not to mention an abundance of elbow room inside and out.

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Healthy Living: Aducanumab for Alzheimer'sThere are currently more than five million Americans living with Alzheimers disease, and despite ongoing research, there has been no new approved drug for Alzheimers since 2003.

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Lawyers for former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder file motion to dismiss charges in Flint water crisisOn Monday, attorneys for former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder filed a motion to dismiss charges against him in the Flint Water Crisis.

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State Health Dept. Announces More Cases Of The Coronavirus UK Variant In WashtenawMichigan health department announced Monday new cases of the more contagious UK coronavirus variant.

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Three men accused of poaching elk in Northern MichiganDNR conservation officers say the three suspect admitted to killing the three cow elk in the Pigeon River Country in Otsego County.

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Cruise And GM Team Up With Microsoft To Commercialize Self-Driving VehiclesCruise and General Motors on Tuesday announced they have entered a long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles.

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Cliff Keen: Tales of a Michigan legendA look at the life and legacy of the legendary Michigan wrestling coach.

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University Of Michigan Closes Athletic Department For 2 Weeks Due To COVID-19 VariantThe school is reporting a cluster of new cases stemming from the latest COVID-19 variant.

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Chicago Said Teachers Needed To Return In Person. The Teachers Voted NoUpdated at 4:33 p.m. ET Teachers at Chicago Public Schools were slated to return to the classroom on Monday, in preparation for the return of students to.

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Active Bomb Threat in Downtown Harbor SpringsPolice are on the scene and are barricading and evacuating an area downtown. Police say no one is in danger, but please avoid the area.

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Winter Luminary Hike @ Frugthaven FarmAlways looking for fun things for my family to do in the snow, we embarked on a lovely winter hike at Frugthaven Farm in Greenville, MI last Saturday evening.

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HAPPENING NOW: There is an active bomb threat in downtown Harbor Springs. Police are on the scene and are barricading an area downtown. Please avoid tAmazing Northern Michigan Homes: Family Home in Kingsley, Barn Wood Details and Vintage Accents.

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Like So Much This Year In The NFL, The Pandemic Is Taking A Toll — On Super Bowl AdsAnheuser-Busch InBev, the Belgian beer conglomerate, announced Monday it would not directly advertise its Budweiser brand during the Super Bowl for the first time in 37 years.

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President Biden Reverses Transgender Military BanPresident Joe Biden is reversing a Trump-era policy that bans transgender people from joining the military.

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My AP top-25 poll: Michigan, Alabama soar while Kansas tumblesThe Crimson Tide is one of the hottest teams in the country while Michigan continues to handle Big Ten competition.

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Menu Monday: Rolling Oak Brewing Company in GraylingRolling Oak Brewing Company in Grayling has opened up a brand new outdoor space! The taproom has also created a new, cozy outdoor space to offer a safe space to enjoy their craft beers.

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In some counties, volunteers at COVID-19 vaccination sites can get shots tooMany Michigan counties are looking for volunteers to help vaccinate people against COVID-19. And in some counties, those volunteers are able to get their shots as well.

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Vitti urges Whitmer to resume winter contact sports in Michigan schoolsDetroit Public Schools superintendent Nikolai Vitti urged Gov. Whitmer to reinstate school sports like basketball and vollyball.

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Healthy Living: You are Good Enough, Don't Get Fooled by Imposter SyndromeDo you feel like a fraud? Is everyone else smarter, brighter, better? If you're feeling this way, you're not alone.

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Tackling Hunger During-and After-the PandemicLate last week, President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing the US Department of Agriculture to increase food stamp benefits for millions of Americans.

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer questioned on state health director's sudden resignationLANSING, Mich. – During her Monday coronavirus briefing, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer did not answer questions about what led to the sudden resignation of former Michigan Dept.

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Michigan's Naz Hillmon, Isaiah Livers named Big Ten Player of the WeekMichigan's Isaiah Livers and Naz Hillmon were each named the Big Ten Player of the Week.

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Public-private partnerships authorized in MichiganA Michigan bill package now law authorizes certain locales to cover costs for bridge repairs via public-private partnerships.

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Washtenaw County will no longer charge juveniles for low-level offenses: 'We need to treat kids like kids'We didn't know it was possible to fall in love with a prosecutor, but here we are, crushing on Washtenaw County's Eli Savit and his flurry of aggressive — and progressive — directives to move the county forward.

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New COVID variant in Michigan: 13 cases in Washtenaw County, 4 cases in Wayne CountyOn Monday afternoon, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, the chief medical executive for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, said 13 cases have been identified in Washtenaw County and four cases have been identified in Wayne County.

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Michigan Officials Report 3,011 New COVID-19 Cases, 35 DeathsMichigan health officials are reporting 3,011 new cases of the coronavirus and 35 additional COVID-19 deaths.

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Whitmer refuses to answer questions about state health director's resignationGovernor Gretchen Whitmer dodged questions from reporters about Robert Gordon, the former state health department director who resigned last week.

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Norte Switches Gears for Annual Dinner, Creates Virtual Advocacy Academy and Encourages Winter Walk WednesdaysLike most businesses across northern Michigan, Norte has had to pivot and change gears when it comes to in-person events.

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Henry Ford Health System and Michigan State University Partner to Improve Access, Outcomes to Health Care through Research, Education and Addressing HHenry Ford Health System and Michigan State University , two of the state's leading education, research and health care institutions, are...

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Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Monday afternoon providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19.

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More Than 25 New Coronavirus Outbreaks Reported In Michigan SchoolsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported there are new coronavirus outbreaks in more than 25 Michigan schools.

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Michigan businesses to share $39 million to help develop more highly skilled workersThe funds from the state's Going PRO Talent Fund will be distributed to 16 Michigan Works! agencies.

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Bracketology: Michigan solidifies itself as a No. 1 seed but won't play for two weeks due to COVID-19 shutdownThe Wolverines are 13-1 but won't play again until at least Feb. 7 when it can resume team activities.

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U-M athletes put out joint statement on desire to play, trust in COVID-19 protocols"The student-athletes at the University of Michigan recognize the severity of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and have done everything in our control to prevent the spread of this virus to the best of our ability."

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Michigan hunting and outdoors company faces investigationMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel sent a cease and desist order to Team Fitzgerald in Tecumseh, which is operated by Dan and Guy Fitzgerald.

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Life Is 'Really Tough' For Refugees Trying To Settle In Pandemic AmericaThe loneliest part of coming to America is the first few months, says Mustafa Nuur, who came as a refugee from Somalia in 2014.

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Michigan basketball up to No. 4 in AP Top 25The Michigan and Ohio State men's basketball teams moved up, while Toledo increased its votes, in the latest Associated Press Top 25 released Monday....

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The 411 in the 616: Snow HappyI'm snow happy it's a new week! Check out this new 411 in the 616 for some of my favorite things, local links and much more!

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Maroon and Bold S10 E2: Play With FireThis time on Maroon and Bold, Austin and Christian discuss the CMU women's basketball team and the struggles it went through during a recent three-game losing streak as well as what the Chippewas need to do to find sustained success as the season heads toward the home stretch.

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California Lifts Stay-At-Home Orders: 'Light At The End Of The Tunnel'California is lifting stay-at-home orders for all regions in the state, including Southern California, the Bay Area and the San Joaquin Valley — the three regions that had still been under the order — citing a drop in intensive care unit projections.

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Stimulus Check Latest: Parents Could Receive Monthly Payments With Expanded Child Tax CreditDemocrats are reportedly drafting a plan to expand the Child Tax Credit, which could lead to monthly payments for millions of the neediest Americans.

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The Complicated Legacy of Kwame KilpatrickIn this hour Stephen Henderson speaks with Rev. Kenneth Flowers, pastor of Greater New Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Detroit, Karen Dumas, communications consultant who served as director of community relations for Kwame Kilpatrick during his time as mayor, wrote an op-ed in the Detroit News titled "What Kwame Kilpatrick's commutation means for...

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Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation Seeks Nominations for Leading Women in ITThe Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation is seeking nominations for its fifth Woman of the Year in Technology award.

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Portillo's to open first Michigan restaurant in Sterling HeightsPortillo's is opening its first Michigan restaurant in Sterling Heights.

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