Voters in two Marquette County townships will decide millage issues regarding the Peter White Public library on November 4th.
Northern Michigan University students in a world music class create hand built musical instruments.
After last year's winter, cities in the U.P. are already preparing for this year's winter.
A major building project is officially underway at the Y.M.C.A. of Marquette County.
Amerigas and Ferrellgas have both settled their separate lawsuits from Attorney General Bill Schuette. Here's what customers could be receiving in the near future.
Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, Organization of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and Chamber Member of the Year are honored by the GINCC.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson honored with the "Inspiration Award" for record-breaking growth of Michigan’s Organ Donor Registry.
Gov. Rick Snyder: Michigan taking aggressive steps to prepare for potential Ebola case
A settlement of more than $500,000 for more than 5,600 Michigan propane consumers was announced today.
Alger-Delta Co-op CEO no rate increases in 2015 for members in six Upper Peninsula counties.
An armed robbery suspect is behind bars after entering a residence and demanding money from a homeowner.
At the Marquette County Board of Commission meeting tonight, the main topic of discussion was the 2015 budget.
A conference in Marquette is educating physicians and students about hospice care.
With Halloween just ten days away, the hunt is on for the perfect costume.
Three hospitals in the U.P. have combined to create a new health care system.
Bikers, hikers and skiers who use the Noquemanon Trail Network are seeing the beginnings of a new pavilion near Marquette Mountain.
Tuesday's jackpot is the second highest jackpot of the year.
Bell Hospital, Marquette General Hospital and Portage Health will be part of newly re-branded U.P. Health System.
Lake Superior Community Partnership Receives Excellence in Economic Development Award from the International Economic Development Council
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson promotes new Ducks Unlimited plate as beneficial to entire state
The Department of Natural Resources will host an open house Thursday in Marquette.
The Keweenaw County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a large amount of trail signs.
It was a night to pay tribute to 12 people who have made a major impact in the Broadcasting and Cable industry.
The Economic Club of Marquette held its monthly meeting tonight.
The death of a 25-year old Ironwood township man is still being investigated.
U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters stops in Marquette during his listening tour around the state of Michigan.
Upper Peninsula State Senator Tom Casperson voted for a Michigan corrections budget that included the privatization of the state's prison food system.
The water levels on the Great Lakes is turning around.
Bobby Glenn Brown recently married his male partner of over 30 years, but the Church will not recognize the marriage.
Traffic alert: US-2 lane closure Tuesday through Friday
The suspect is in the Marquette County Jail on a two million dollar bond.
The stabbing occurred at a camp in Felch Township early Sunday morning.
A fire at Engineered Machine Products was reported Monday morning.
A driver in Gladstone ran a red light and caused a two-car crash.
Two Ishpeming residents have been arrested for manufacturing meth.
Tech’s Office of Innovation and Industry Engagement is participating in a 6-university consortium called the Michigan Corporate Relations Network that sponsors a small company internship program.
Local fourth grader makes professional debut as Tom of Warwick.
Gladstone Schools are starting up a robotics team for fourth graders.
Historic hotel and grounds improvements are underway at Fayette Historic State Park.
Closing marinas, changing the hours for parks...just part of getting the city ready for winter.
Should Michigan's community colleges be allowed to offer four-year degrees in fields like nursing?
Upper Peninsula doctors say the area is safe from the threat of Ebola.
Governor Snyder said Friday that Michigan is prepared in case Ebola travels here.
The new Bishop Baraga chapel will be blessed Saturday, October 18.
Toyra was driving a motorcycle when it crashed and killed the woman passenger.
After being in Marquette since Wednesday, the Michigan Municipal League held the closing ceremony with the presentation of the Community Excellence Award.
Local 3 News spoke with Bishop Doerfler to see if the Church could ever accept gay marriage.
The author of "River of Iron" was in Marquette to sign the book he wrote about his life.
The Lake Superior Youth Theatre will be performing 'The Music Man Jr.' this weekend.