One concern surrounding Black Friday is traffic issues and possible accidents around busy shopping areas.
What makes the Escanaba Community Thanksgiving Dinner really special is its 35-year history and the huge turnout.
If you are a vegetarian and love Thanksgiving, but won't eat the turkey, there's a place to eat with like-minded people.
The second annual Ishpeturkey Trot is definitely a hot scene to be a part of.
To keep the heart rate up and the weight gain in check the annual Marquette Turkey Trot, walk or run, bring the dogs and just have fun.
An evening of worship and community at a pre-Thanksgiving service at a Marquette church where all were invited.
Michigan State Police say holiday shoppers should follow safety precautions.
Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division offers several steps that families should take to prepare for the winter season.
State Fire Marshal Warns of Dangers of Using Turkey Fryers
A large garage fire in Gladstone destroyed two cars and the entire detached garage.
Winter tax bills totaling $2.3 million dollars were mailed to Marquette City property owners Wednesday.
Michigan is ranked in the top 20 in the U.S. for love of green-bean casserole, according to the Del Monte Green Bean Index.
Thanksgiving is for family, not for fires. How you can have a safe uneventful dinner.
The Negaunee football team is selling pink football jerseys to benefit the Marquette County Cancer Center.
Keeping your money safe during holiday shopping is a concern of local law enforcement agencies.
Frances Kreft was arrested November 19 by the Escanaba Department of Public Safety for taking money from a resident of the D.J.Jacobetti Home for Veterans in Marquette.
The Marquette area Zonta Club joins 1,200 clubs in 67 countries for 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence.
An Upper Peninsula family was awarded by the state for their work in foster care.
The EPA changes current ozone pollution limits to a more protective level in the range of 65 parts per billion (ppb) -70 ppb, down from 75 ppb.
The Top Performer program recognizes hospitals for improving performance on evidence-based interventions that increase the chances of healthy outcomes for patients with certain conditions.
Michigan's Secretary of State is helping to promote key traffic safety effort by State Police.
The case challenges the Federal Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to regulate power plant emissions.
Sgt. 1st Class Michael Cathcart was killed in action at age 31, on Friday, Nov. 14, while serving in Afghanistan.
Bill also provides funding for $32.5 million in weather-related disaster expenses
High school students got to check out over 50 career choices at the annual L'Anse career fair.
Four children were adopted in Marquette County Probate Court today on National Adoption Day.
One Marquette teacher needs your help to win $100,000 for a healthy living program at MAHS.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is already underway and some Thanksgiving travelers are already on the road.
Before you head out for holiday travel, hear what U.P. law enforcement want you to know.
Holiday festivities begin tonight with a tree lighting.
Menominee County Sheriff Kenny Marks says it happened at about 6 p.m. on U.S. 41 in Daggett Township.
AG Schuette joins 37 other AGs in requesting FTC action to increase consumer protections against fraudulent telemarketers
Officials at the Marquette Area Public School District are very pleased with one area of their budget expenditures.
Something every young person can use at some point in their lives is a mentor, and now, a YMCA program is helping them get just that.
After 17 days in a row of below average temperatures, the U.P. got some warmer weather this weekend.
Into week two of the firearm deer season, numbers are still low compared to years past.
Marquette Police are searching for three suspects involved in a robbery early Saturday morning.
Foster parents are needed across the Upper Peninsula, as there are more than 12,000 children in Michigan who need foster parents.
Outgoing Senator Carl Levin issued a statement on Iran's nuclear negotiations.
The Endowment Foundation of the Diocese of Marquette receives more than the $2 million mark in grant distributions.
J.R. Richardson of Ontonagon has been reappointed to the Natural Resources Commission.
A physics major, at Northern Michigan University, is selected for a national STEM award.
Michigan Technological University’s award-winning Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) program is offering new degree options for students in two departments.
A reminder about the benefit dinner tomorrow for the children of a long time Marquette County firefighter.
AMCAB is an agency in Marquette and Alger County hoping to help feed the many seniors in the area.
The House of Ludington is one of Delta County's oldest, most historic landmark.
This Saturday, downtown Negaunee will turn into Irontown Tinseltown, a shopping event to draw people to the area.
One of the major problems that arise when a women flees a domestic abuse situation, she often leaves with very little, including clothes.
Once more a part of Lakeshore Boulevard between Wright Street and Hawley has been closed.