Several U.P. high school students toured three manufacturing companies for a taste of work in the career and technical education field.
Find out how 'Journey: 450 years of the African American experience' pieces together a 4.5 century thread of events.
Police agencies in Marquette County are investigating several reports of counterfeit money being used in the area.
Hugo Mattonen, Joseph Maki, and David Nemacheck, Gladstone City Commissioners, are targeted in the recall.
82 mail processing facilities are being consolidated, including mail processing centers in Kingsford, Kalamazoo, and Lansing.
Senate committee to take testimony on wolf-related resolution via videoconference.
Snow banks near the road can be a dangerous area to play.
Each year a number of artists will be selected for residencies lasting a minimum of two weeks.
Through a unique Instagram contest, youth dance teams across Michigan are invited to showcase their best moves for a chance to perform with the Mob Squad, the Detroit Pistons hip-hop dance squad sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
The Marquette Police Department is warning local businesses and owners of counterfeit money.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced this showcase trail will officially be called Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail.
It happened Friday afternoon in Marquette County's Republic Township.
February is American Heart Month, and to celebrate the occasion, UP Health System – Portage is offering a free cholesterol screening and presentation.
Northern Michigan University held it's annual Drag Show and the packed house loved every minute of it.
The freeze-thaw cycle of the winter deteriorates the roads, causing potholes.
Freezing roads causes dangerous driving conditions in Marquette County.
A few roads will be closed in the Marquette area during the Noquemanon Ski Marathon tomorrow.
Getting an injury while skiing and snowboarding is easy, but there are ways to prevent it from happening.
The Michigan Department of Community Health has confirmed Michigan’s first measles case of 2015.
Dead bats were found outside the opening of an abandoned copper mine near Mohawk in Keweenaw County.
Jane Campbell is one of only eight U.S. professors invited to attend Immersive Healthcare Policy Program.
Stabenow was honored with the Open Country Award in a recent edition of Outdoor Life Magazine.
Lake Superior Community Partnership recently hired two new staff members, promoted another.
The John and Melissa Besse Pet Adoption Center is located on County Road 426.
New members and a renewed mission will focus on improving and conserving critical U.P. winter deer habitat.
The U.P. Regional Blood Center will conduct blood drives in several regional communities.
An exciting evening in Crystal Falls at a basketball game that had a lot to do with sports and a lot to do with business.
19 other human services-related bills also are signed into law.
The suspects were arrested by officers from UPSET.
April 15th may be months away, but that doesn't mean you cant get your taxes done early.
A new exhibit at the Marquette Regional History Center will have you hearing wedding bells.
42 years after Roe versus Wade and issues of abortion continue to surface in Washington.
One way to embrace the winter and the snow at this time of the year is the 17th annual Noquemanon Ski Marathon.
Judy Watson Olson, of Gwinn, has more than 30 years of experience in youth development, community development, and program management.
The Forsyth Township Police Department will be hosting a "Meet the Chief" event.
DNR record show just more than 10,000 people bought a fur harvester license in 1994. Two decades later, that number has tripled.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation requiring shoppers to pay sales tax when purchasing items online from websites with a physical presence in the state.
In a letter to the Michigan Senate, Governor Snyder went into detail about the veto of Senate Bill 78.
Company officials say Gov. Snyder’s has a misunderstanding of the Forest Products Industry in Michigan.
The bipartisan legislation establishes a program through the Department of Health and Human Services to award grants to accredited schools of medicine with experience studying and treating victims of human trafficking.
A master list too help students interested in CTE will be published in February.
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust made monetary donations to 39 non-profits in Marinette, Menominee, and Oconto Counties.
The Torch Light Trek has been going on for 17 years around the same time the Noquemanon ski race began.
Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement EAST Team spearheaded the investigation and arrests.
The Kiwanis Club is an international community service group that celebrated its 100th anniversary Wednesday.
Two college students start a unique business selling eco-friendly sunglasses.
Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) Director Martha Yoder is reminding Michigan employers they are required to post the total number of job-related injuries and illnesses that occurred in 2014.
A program in Marquette County is hoping to make kids smile a little bigger. The U.P. Wide Smiles Program provides schools with fluoride to prevent tooth decay.
The Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development elected new officers for the 2015-2016 year.
Last night's State of the State address outlined Governor Snyder's goals for the next few years. State lawmakers gave their input today.