The YMCA Early Childhood Development Center has new digs in Marquette.
The Michigan State Police is working with the Federal Aviation Administration to become one of the first police agencies in the nation to obtain statewide authorization to fly an Unmanned Aircraft System to support public safety efforts.
A new veterans resource representative is stationed at Northern Michigan University to help individuals on campus and in the community take advantage of all benefits available to them due to their military service.
The investiture of Northern Michigan University President Fritz Erickson will be held at 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, in 1100 Jamrich Hall.
With so many hacking problems occurring at business these days, Data Privacy Day couldn't be more timely.
The United Way of Marquette County is an agency that helps thousands of U.P. residents each year.
The U.S. Coast Guard is marking a milestone and celebrating its 100th anniversary.
Operation Action U.P. held its Annual Meeting today in the Great Lakes Rooms of the University Center at Northern Michigan University. The meeting featured a panel of mining experts who discussed mining’s future in the Upper Peninsula.
U.S. Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow expressed disappointment after their amendment to protect Michigan’s environment and enhance oversight over aging pipelines in the Great Lakes was defeated.
Michael Gore, age 20, of Ewen, Brandon Karianen, age 18, of Bruce Crossing have been arrested in the case.
DNR partners with Natural Resources Conservation Service on project.
Troopers from the Calumet post of the Michigan State Police want to warn residents about misleading door to door salespeople who have been pressuring people to sign contracts.
The driver of a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident in Kingsford turned himself in Tuesday night.
The Iron Mountain Police Department is looking for a stolen Honda Civic.
There is no other sporting event during the winter that brings out the degree of pride and tradition the ski jumping tournament at Suicide Hill does.
Police raided a suspected meth lab located at the Marquette Motor Lodge in Harvey.
The rite of passage involved in teen girls having beautiful prom dresses can end up costing a pretty penny, but the NICE Community Schools Child & Family Resource Center is giving some a break.
Career Jump start is a state wide program to help promote career technical education.
This year's early snowfall was ideal for the 128th Annual Suicide Hill Ski Jumping Tournament in Ishpeming. Crews say they didn't have to bring in a snow machine to make snow for the jump. It still took about a half dozen or more people to get ready for the event.
This week is Medical Careers Week at Michigan Tech. It's a chance for students to discover different job options in the health field.
The measures, he says, are to repair the broken campaign finance system and increase openness and transparency in government.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley: Advances made in 2014 to help Michiganders
Senators Tom Casperson and Darwin Booher introduced legislation to address concerns raised by Michigan residents, a varied group of land use stakeholders, and local officials regarding state land ownership by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette issued a consumer alert through his Corporate Oversight Division cautioning consumers of the high risks associated with pension advances.
The Kingsford Public Safety Department is looking for a vehicle that left the scene after a hit and run.
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced her most recent effort to better serve customers with a newly upgraded Branch Office Locator that now features the latest online mapping technology.
One person has been killed, two others hurt in a small plane crash earlier today.
It was a busy meeting for the Marquette Area Public School Board.
The Marquette City Commission focused in on two issues during its meeting.
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.