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.
The Marquette City Commission has been trying to narrow down their options for a good truck route, but whatever direction the commission turns, it finds some sort of a roadblock.
Organizers of the Teal Lake swim are asking for volunteers to kayak next to swimmers on Saturday.
A few Northern Michigan communities will receive $6 million to help with damage from the winter.
The Marquette Fireworks Committee and Great Lakes Fireworks say the 2015 4th of July fireworks display will make up for the display that fizzled this year.
An investigation is being conducted into a fire this morning in a utility trailer in Gladstone.
The 13 year old Escanaba girl reported missing Sunday has been located.
The search for the robber of the People's Drug Store in Escanaba continues.
Make sure you're keeping your pets cool during the summer.
Ten-year-old Julie Johnson has diabetes but she doesn't let that stop her from doing anything she wants. She even raises money for other people like her.
Police need your help in looking for Abigail Masters of Escanaba.
A 48 year old man drowned while kayaking on Little Bay De Noc.
Police are asking for the public's help in finding information surrounding the incident of Timothy Mitchell's death.
Michigan State Police are investigating a drowning in Brampton Township.
Tonight was the first of three shows this weekend at the Lake Superior Boathouse Theater.
Tonight was the first night for the Hiawatha Music Festival.
The NMU Board of Trustees met on Friday afternoon, and the main topic was the budget for the next fiscal year.
A new pavilion on NMU's campus is named after Waino Wahtera, an alumni who passed away two years ago.
Hiawatha Festival bringing more traffic to Marquette.
The Michigan State Patrol is one of six states targeting distracted drivers.
A man was hit by a car walking along M-26 in Calumet.
State Sen. Tom Casperson, R-Escanaba, and fellow U.P. legislators Reps. Scott Dianda, D-Calumet, John Kivela, D-Marquette, and Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan, will hold a series of town halls across the Upper Peninsula.
Third Street were alive with the sound of local music tonight.
Munising residents react to the shooting of a local man.
Marquette Area Public School teachers aren't any closer on reaching a contract.
The 11th annual Teal Lake Swim is scheduled for a week from Saturday, and swimmers began training on Thursday afternoon.
The number of serious injures in Michigan has almost doubled in recent years.
Jim LaJoie’s regular column for The U.P. Catholic, From the Sidelines, received an Honorable Mention by the Catholic Press Association of The United States and Canada.
Attorney General Bill Schuette today introduced two new resources for Michigan Military families and Michigan Veterans, in honor of Military Consumer Protection Day.
Preparations are underway for the 36th annual Hiawatha Music Festival.
The autopsy results are in of the Alger County man who died in police chase.
A classic car show was held for veterans in the area Wednesday afternoon.
With warmer weather comes more bicycle traffic across the Upper Peninsula, and officials remind everyone that bicycles, motorcycles and vehicles must follow the same rules of the road.
With a growing senior population, taking care of the needs of the elderly has become a community effort.
Marquette Township seeing substantial growth in the last few years.
Portage Health has received the Governor's Award of Excellence for outstanding achievement.
Troopers at the Michigan State Police say another Sweepstakes scam is circulating locally, and is most likely targeting elderly residents.
Legislation authored by Congressman Dan Benishek to name the post office building in Munising after Elizabeth L. Kinnunen was recently passed by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The autopsy results reveals a Munising man died as a result of injuries from a gunshot wound from a police officer.
Gov. Rick Snyder today called for the lowering of all U.S. flags on all state buildings and within the state capitol complex Friday, July 18, through Sunday, July 20, in honor of former Lt. Gov. Connie Binsfeld, who passed away Jan. 12.
The Environmental Protection Agency is making up to $27.5 million available for the 2014 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
Four people taken to the hospital after Tuesday night accident at U.S. 41 and McClellan Avenue in Marquette.
The results of an autopsy on the body of a man who died Monday in Alger County after an 'altercation' are expected to be released today.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the final totals from its spring fish-stocking efforts, totaling more than 8 million in the U.P. and more than 19 million statewide.
The Michigan State Police Negaunee Post has concluded their investigation into an injury accident that involved a Marquette City patrol car.
Tonight, the Marquette County Commission voted to put a referendum on the November ballot. Voters will decide if Marquette County will create a veterans counselor position.