The Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input on a new General Management Plan to guide the future of F.J. McLain State Park, located on the shores of Lake Superior in the Keweenaw Peninsula.
There was a celebration at the Ore Dock Wednesday night for Guts Frisbee tournament and Craig Buchanan.
Bear sightings have closed one Upper Peninsula Roadside Park, but it hasn't stopped people from going there.
The less than favorable weather is keeping folks from coming out to farmers markets.
An audit of the Veterans Administration exposes the national problems, but shows how good the process for U.P. veterans are at the VA facility in Iron Mountain.
Today, students recorded a commercial at The Point radio station, to draw people out to help stuff the bus.
Utility crews are on scene in Negaunee Township after a man crashed his car into a utility pole.
Thomas Becks Jr. was arraigned and charged with three counts, including one count of attempted murder.
Visitors are in from Marquette's sister city in Japan.
Organizations team up to teach veterans how to fly fish.
The Oscar G. Johnson Medical Center is working with service organizations to provide help to take care of veterans' mental health.
The ballot language for Proposal 1 can be confusing. Local 3 News investigates.
An assault this morning in Manistique is being called an attempt at murder.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will be temporarily closing the Deer Lake Roadside Park along M-28 in Alger County as of today because of problem bears in the area.
Voters should learn about the operating millage in Baraga County.
The Marquette Area Public School Board is pushing for higher security in schools.
A man allegedly fired shots at law enforcement.
Students get to learn about local history and help promote history through art.
Former Mayor of Escanaba pleaded guilty to embezzlement.
How adding a year to high school can help students get further ahead in their career choices.
Marquette County Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Mazzuchi issued a ruling today against the Negaunee City Council and Mayor of Negaunee.
A pair of peregrine falcons has successfully nested on the Houghton-Hancock Lift Bridge, even though the boxes have only been in place for two nesting seasons.
Law enforcement officials chased a Green Bay man through Wausaukee, WI before he took his own life.
The Marquette City Fire Department hit the streets with their boots to raise money for muscular dystrophy.
The 2nd annual Hotcakes for Hospice event will be put on by Lake Superior Hospice on Saturday.
Chris Jones lives a normal life because of the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
A Green Bay man is dead after a police chase.
Alger Delta Cooperative and IBEW reach an agreement after weeks of being on strike.
Jason Arnold received five years for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Dr. Natalie Strand came by the WJMN studio today to sign autographs and meet some little ones who look up to her.
Marquette Area Public Schools receives money for Chromebooks.
U.S. Attorney Patrick Miles announced today that a grand jury has charged Tommy Alan Cain, 61, with five counts of Sexual Abuse by Threat, one count of Abusive Sexual Contact by Threat, and six counts of Sexual Abuse of a Minor.
The Northern Michigan University Volunteer Center and Wells Fargo are looking for area residents in need of a home renovation project to be completed by volunteers this fall.
A public forum was held for City and County Commissioner candidates in Marquette.
Marquette officials met with business leaders to talk 'going green'.
New unemployment numbers are very encouraging for the Upper Peninsula.
The largest outdoor convention in the Upper Peninsula is in Escanaba this weekend.
The future of Baraga Avenue looks bright. Today was the final presentation of the recommendation for Baraga Ave.
The names of drivers and some passengers in the four car accident are released.
State Senator Tom Casperson, along with State Representatives Scott Dianda, Ed McBroom and John Kivela, held a town hall meeting in Marquette on Wednesday evening.
Green thumb growers.
The Downtown Development Authority plans on repairing downtown Marquette sidewalks.
The Kingsford Mail Processing Center may be closing.
Some financial assistance is coming to the U.P from this harsh winter.
A five car accident in Gwinn sends nine people to the hospital.
Six Upper Michigan counties get access to $6 million in winter weather recovery funding.
One westbound lane of US-2 will be closed in Escanaba at 8 p.m. Wednesday for catch basin maintenance work.
Jennifer Pharr Davis holds the record for hiking the Appalachian Trail the fastest ever, in just 46 days.
At it's meeting, the DNR addressed ORV licensing concerns.
The Marquette 4th of July committee is putting the 2014 firework fiasco in the past.
One person is in critical condition at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah after a plane went down at EAA AirVenture.