Trillions of cicadas are about to emerge from 15 states in the U.S. East. Scientists say Brood X (as in ten, not the letter) is one of the biggest for these bugs which come out only once every 17 years. (May 5)

The pandemic has caused an increasing number of unauthorized immigrants to fall through the cracks, some advocates and nonprofits say. They worked in hard-hit industries, such as restaurants, hospitality and construction. (May 4)

Continuing coverage of COVID-19 and its impact. If you have a question about the novel coronavirus pandemic and haven't been able to find an answer, email it to us at renewstips@record-eagle.com.

The first single put forth from Jacob’s Brother. It is hard hitting with sweeping melodies and based around processing decisions (or the lack thereof) and dealing with the resulting trauma. The video follows the band through a haunted environment as they meet obstacle and tribulation.

Submit your best photo of the week to tcrecordeagle@gmail.com and we’ll post it online and pick our favorites to run in our reader shot roundup in the GO: Great Outdoors section that runs on Thursdays. Please include some information about the photo and how to contact you with questions.

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It's NFL Draft time! Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss what could happen in the first round, while Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway give some insight into college players fans might be overlooking. Clay Horning chimes in with his thoughts on which teams to root for -- and which to not -- in …

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Kalkaska village council members are expected to discuss the future of village Treasurer Jennifer Standerfer at a special meeting Thursday night. She is currently on an indefinite suspension after claiming to have discovered more than $1,000 in missing village department of public safety cre… Read more

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Traverse City planning officials are set to discuss how the city should respond to changes in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, as well as form-based code for development of the Eighth Street corridor. Read more

The Record-Eagle will livestream tonight's pregame festivities for the TC Patriot Game. Follow along starting at 6 p.m. TC West vs. TC Central will kick off at 7:15 p.m. part 1 Read more

A crew from Team Elmer's takes down the chimneys on Immaculate Conception Elementary School in Traverse City on Friday as demolition begins on the older of the two school buildings, which dates to 1905. A new two-story, $12 million building will be home to kindergarten through fifth-grade st… Read more

Record-Eagle photographer Jan-Michael Stump ran a course Traverse City firefighters must complete in 8 minutes. Jan finished the course but missed the goal by 9 seconds, coming in at 8:09. The course involved lifting hoses, climbing ladders and dragging a dummy through the station's garage a… Read more

The Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017. Items on the agenda include a request to rescind a Commission on Aging millage rollback and public comment. Read more

Traverse City police officers suspect two Chicago men, both 23, used counterfeit $100 bills at a Traverse City grocery store. Police Chief Jeff O’Brien said officers found a “substantial” amount of suspected counterfeit bills in the men’s car. Video by Carol Thompson Read more

Thousands of demonstrators gathered in downtown Traverse City Saturday to join the Women's March. The Traverse City event is a sister march to a national march in Washington D.C. and was one of about 600 events nationwide. Read more

A brass quartet busks in downtown Traverse City. From left, Nick Suminski, Colin Huls, Alex Lord and Ivan Suminski have been reuniting over their holiday breaks from college to play popular Christmas songs in the brass quartet. -- Erin Sloan Read more