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Fall colors are staring in Michigan

Bicentennial Park Fall Foliage (Sam Tongue/Federated Media)

Fall colors are coming back to the Michiana area.

Leaves are starting to change color in some parts of Michigan.

Vice president of Travel Michigan, Dave Lorenz, recommends a few places to see the leaves change.

He says that the Keweenaw Peninsula and the Lake Superior Shoreline will be seeing a lot of color change in the coming days.

WSJM News reports that people travel to Michigan to see the fall color, which brings money to the state.

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