The 9th annual Hall Of Fame Enshrinement at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall Of Fame in Ishpeming saw six members honored tonight. .
A student, who lives on campus, said a man assaulted her about 9:30 Wednesday night.
A number of U.P. agencies are offering drive-thru opportunities for flu shots, in addition to the traditional method.
Funding is needed to help expand and improve the Skate Plaza in Marquette.
The possibility of a SmartZone in Marquette is moving closer to a reality.
Across the Upper Peninsula and the country, it was a time to honor a special group of the nation's service members.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, and not just in warm sunny climates but it also happens right here in the Upper Peninsula.
A woman and a young girl were stabbed in Hubbell, Torch Lake township in Hougton County.
Two women stabbed in Houghton County
Properties in Iron, Luce and Dickinson counties are included in the auction next week.
The final Adopt-A-Highway of the year is Sept. 20-28.
Gale force winds keep anglers off the water on Day Two of fishing tournament.
Veterans can get the 2014 flu shot at the Oscar G. Johnson V.A. facility in Iron Mountain or at one of many other V.A. clinics across the region.
Tonight was the first show for the original play 'Willpower' in Marquette.
A sunset memorial service in Marquette tonight was a chance for some to heal.
Tonight's "Hockey on Third" parade brought excitement for the upcoming seasons.
Brett Hite leads day 1 at the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship in Escanaba.
LIVEWISE helps provide physical activity, support and confidence for those with memory impairments.
Taking care of the environment has become more and more important in recent years. That involves wetland mitigation sites - some of which are located along Marquette's McClellan Avenue.
The Bassmaster Toyota Angler of the Year Championship started Thursday in Escanaba.
More and more people are getting out on bicycles for both recreation and transportation.
Senators Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow introduced a resolution to oppose nuclear waste in the Great Lakes Basin.
The Marquette County Road Commission's Board has decided to delay action on a Proposed City of Marquette Bypass.
Project at MTU will let scientists slash the cost of one commonly used piece of equipment: the syringe pump.
See award-winning documentary about Michigan Native American sharpshooters.
The Manistique and Big Bay de Noc Schools are exploring the possibility of sharing a superintendent.
A college fair at NMU allowed high school students to plan for their futures.
U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin today announced support for the Marquette Fire Department to improve operations and safety.
Three hangar buildings at Sawyer International Airport are deteriorating because of the material used.
The Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team found a large amount of marijuana, a firearm, psychedelic mushrooms, and more than $6,000 in cash in a home in Bruce Crossing.
Northern Michigan University began its first Doctor of Nursing program.
Gov. Rick Snyder responds after the announcement that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August fell to 7.4 percent.
The Professional Bassmaster Tournament brings people from all over the county to the U.P.
The Upper Peninsula Power Company is warning its customers to be aware of scammers who may pose as an UPPCO representative.
Two men arrested in a violent home invasion in Marquette this past summer now face charges in Marquette County Circuit Court.
Baraga County Convention and Visitors Bureau puts up new informational signs across Baraga County.
The Bald Eagle Harley Davidson in Marquette is hosting a fundraiser for a former Marquette City Police officer.
The First Presbyterian Church in Marquette is using their church to help people release the stress from their everyday lives.
Suicide rates are higher in the Upper Peninsula than in the rest of the state. The 'Out of the Darkness' Community Walk is one way to raise awareness about suicide.
Political Science professors at Northern Michigan University marked the 227th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with a panel discussion of a recent controversial court decision.
A total of $13,000 dollars has been donated to help meet the community's needs.
The verdict is in. Nima Nassiri was found guilty of murder.
The Department of Natural Resources will host an open house Oct. 1 in Crystal Falls.
Police have located a runaway teen and her boyfriend after the two were reported missing.
Michigan State Police Troopers from the Negaunee Post will be bringing their own classic patrol unit to join the Munising Bay Classic Car Show.
As part of National Child Passenger Safety Week, the Michigan State Police is seeking to educate parents about how to choose the right car seat and how to install and use it correctly.
The Booster Club has provided more than $73K to support student athletes in the last 3 years.
One man taken to hospital, one man ticketed in Tuesday night accident.
MET is Michigan's Section 529 prepaid tuition program that locks future tuition at any of Michigan’s public universities and colleges, at today’s rates.
Researchers will receive a federal grant of $653,097 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.