Have you ever tried a pasty? Now you can at this family-owned restaurant in Clawson
There’s lots of food that Michigan is known for like our apples and cherries, and today we’ll show you where you can get something special right here in the D, from Michigan’s great “Up North” - like way up north in the U.P.
Michigan county chooses to count ballots by hand in May vote
Antrim County commissioners turned down a request from the county clerk for $5,080 to prepare Dominion voting machines for the upcoming election, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported. BELLAIRE, Mich. – A northern Michigan county that was sued over its counting of the fall election will count paper ballots by hand in the May 4 primary. Antrim County commissioners turned down a request from the county clerk for $5,080 to prepare Dominion voting machines for the upcoming election, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported. But it was attributed to human error, not any problems with voting machines, and corrected. A judge still took the extraordinary step of allowing forensic images of Dominion election equipment.
Tourist attraction in Michigan’s UP offers scenic and inspiring view for up to 20 miles
ST. IGNACE, Mich. – In September of last year I got a million dollar view for only $1. A view from the top of Castle Rock in St. Ignace, Michigan. (Natasha Dado)This photo was taken from the top of the popular tourist site Castle Rock in St. Ignace, Michigan. I discovered Castle Rock in Mackinac Island last year while trying to find out what attractions were nearby. After you get off the Mackinac Bridge from Mackinaw City and into St. Ignace Castle Rock is less than 10 minutes away.
This is your chance to catch rare sightings of winter wildlife in Michigan
It’s been a snowy month of February, creating beautiful sites across the state of Michigan. Along with the pretty sights, the weather also allows winter wildlife to enjoy their natural settings. The DNR also continues to work during the winter to preserve habitats for our wildlife. AdWatch the video above to hear how you can help birds that are here for our Michigan winter. To learn more about Michigan Wildlife and conservation efforts that are happening, click or tap here.
Plan a spectacular getaway for the fall season
This article is sponsored by Traverse City TourismThe fall season in Michigan is a beautiful time of year. Jillian Manning, PR Manager for Traverse City Tourism explained how it’s a great time to visit Traverse City since many places to stay, shop and eat are open and operating. The Traverse Wine Coast has more than 40 wineries where you can try cherry wine while enjoying the fall weather. If you would rather drive, there are different routes starting in Traverse City where you can see all of the beautiful fall colors. Traverse City Tourism asks that you wear your mask and follow social distancing guidelines while visiting.
Hillsdale man arrested after 8-hour police standoff in Northern Michigan
ANTRIM COUNTY, Mich. – A Hillsdale man has been arrested after an eight-hour standoff with police in Antrim County Thursday. According to report from WPBN, police received a complaint that a man, later identified as 42-year-old Kip Miller, was driving erratically in Emmet County and may have intentionally swerved into another vehicle. Investigators said four children were in the vehicle with Miller, who claimed that they were living out of his vehicle. A chase ensued through Emmet County into Antrim County. Miller is expected to face additional charges in Emmet County.
Northern Michigan weather forecast: Severe threat is shifting farther south
Northern Michigan weather radar forecast June 26, 2020 (WDIV)Northern Michigan weather radar forecast June 26, 2020 (WDIV)If our radar shows that you are getting close to a storm, exit the freeway and seek sturdy shelter. And best of all, the nation’s best weather app is free. We were not able to do our annual weather radio events this year due to the COVID pandemic, but our basic Midland Weather Radio is still available at Meijer. Northern Michigan weather radar forecast June 26, 2020 (WDIV)Don’t forget that you can program your radio for any county in the nation, and even in Ontario. I don’t know that I ever remember this outstanding of an Up North forecast for a big holiday week.
Most-read stories of the week, what's happening today!
-- @thegirl.explores/Instagram, Saint Joseph, MIIt's the weekend! But in Metro Detroit, a picture-perfect August day. Another alligator has been found in a state where alligators do not natively reside, just days after the last sighting in Metro Detroit. Local events happening today: Here's what's on the extended calendar:Aug. 17 -- Renaissance Festival begins! -- @thegirl.explores/Instagram, Saint Joseph, MISubmit your photo:Hit us up on Instagram -- @local4newsOr post to StormPinsSend us a News Tip here.
I-75 project kicks off in Mid-Michigan, lane reductions and traffic delays expected
BAY COUNTY, Mich. – A project to fix a stretch of I-75 in Bay County is kicking off this week. "You’re going to see lane shifts and lane reductions," Jocelyn Hall, the Bay Region Communication Representative with MDOT to NBC 25. In anticipation of the project, the Chip Road bridge and Mackinaw Road bridge are already closed. Part of these bridges, as well as the Wilder Road bridge, will be completely redone during the construction. "It’s best to just go ahead and remove that pavement and lay a new deck and it will greatly improve the driving surface and be a driving surface that will be in service for years to come.
Vibrant Fall colors are lighting up the streets of Detroit
DETROIT – Are you considering a trip Up North to take in all the beautiful Fall colors? Before you consider doing that take a look at the neighborhoods in Detroit. Vibrant fall colors are lighting up streets all around the city and the views are spectacular. Local 4's Shawn Ley is sharing tips on how to keep your lawn clean as the leaves continue to fall this season.