People in Menominee, Manistique and Escanaba will walk to raise money for residents in those areas who need heating assistance.
It has been a brutally cold winter so far, and people will do anything to celebrate a little bit of warmth in the U.P.
Many high schoolers aren't sure what they want to do as a career, but touring a variety of workplaces can give them ideas.
Start your engines for the antique and vintage snowmobile show. This year, it's headquarted at the Crossroads restaurant in Sands Township.
The 30th annual Betty Beckman tournament is on the ice this weekend at Lakeview Arena.
Attorney General Bill Schuette today released a statement regarding the submission of the plaintiff’s brief to the United States Supreme Court.
The adult theatre group Players deNoc is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season.
State parks and recreation areas across Michigan (managed by the Department of Natural Resources) offer lodges, cabins, mini-cabins or yurts that’ll give you a warm place to spend the night when there aren’t a lot of other campers around.
The Ironwood Snowmobile Olympus was awarded the TLR Cup Race of the Year award.
A December 2014 federal district court ruling that returned wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin to the federal endangered species list.
Escanaba's Basic Marine Shipyard has been fined $243,000 for 18 safety violations.
Five people will appear on the May 5th ballot in Gladstone, where three members of the city commission are being targeted for a recall.
A Minnesota man is in the hospital following a snowmobile accident.
One of the most beloved musical plays and movies of all time is Mary Poppins.
The thought of going through winter with little or no heat is chilling, but for hundreds of Michigan families, it's reality.
Bishop John F. Doerfler reflects on the past year serving in Marquette.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters joined a bipartisan group of ten Senators introducing the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, a bill that would professionalize the response to and reporting of sexual assaults that occur on campuses.
Today is the last day to file petitions to run for the Gladstone City Commission this spring.
A man is behind bars after leading police on a chase on U.S. 41 in Skandia Wednesday evening.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) announced he is cosponsoring the Defending Our Great Lakes Act, bipartisan legislation to prevent Asian carp and other invasive species from destroying the Great Lakes.
Police are looking for more information on a breaking and entering that happened Wednesday morning.
A man is in the hospital for serious injuries after a snowmobile crash Wednesday.
The incident was along U.S. 41 in Marquette County between Skandia and Kiva.
The YMCA held a meeting for anyone around Marquette county who wanted to know more about their expansion plans.
The Anytime Fitness Health Club had an open house Wednesday for anyone who wanted to come by and learn about heart health.
The U.P. Regional Blood Center, a service of UP Health Systems - Marquette, is in immediate need of O-negative and A-negative blood throughout the Upper Peninsula.
A number of Upper Peninsula communities are asking water customers to let their water run to prevent frozen water pipes.
There are plenty of trails and open spaces for snowmobiles to ride, but it can be confusing on where they are and are not allowed.
Bishop John F. Doerfler reflects on his first year leading the Diocese of Marquette.
Since 2012, Brookridge Heights assisted living in Marquette has been giving people a chance to get a glimpse of what it might be like to have dementia or Alzheimer's disease and, how to care for a loved one.
The career technical education movement is getting more attention and more followers.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) introduced his first bill as a member of the Senate, the Federal Vehicle Repair Cost Savings Act, which will help save taxpayer dollars on repair of government vehicles by encouraging the use of remanufactured automotive parts.
The Department of Natural Resources is recruiting instructors for its off-road vehicle safety education program.
To help prepare for the coming spring runoff season, Upper Peninsula Power Company (UPPCO) will begin lowering today through April 1 water levels on its hydroelectric reservoir connected with the Hoist Project located on the Dead River System.
Honor Credit Union is proud to support the YMCA of Marquette County in 2015.
MDCH awards $292,000 in Building Healthy Communities Planning Grants
The stars, the drama, the glamour and the glitter are back as The U.P. Hospice Foundation proudly presents the Third Annual “Dancing with the Stars Marquette County Style.”
Lake Superior State University is looking at a major expansion of its Aquatic Research Laboratory, which has been helping efforts to restock our fishery since 1977.
Bay College will be able to buy new equipment to help with its various skilled trades programs thanks to a state grant announced Tuesday by Governor Rick Snyder.
Gov. Rick Snyder: community colleges can boost skilled trades instruction, Michigan can become national leader in developing talent
Last year the 'Dancing with the Stars: Marquette County Style' went over really big and everyone involved has been waiting to kick it again this year.
Food trucks are becoming pretty popular in major cities and there are a couple around Marquette.
Heavy snowfall and whiteout conditions across the U.P.
A ribbon cutting was held for a new business in Marquette that celebrates Michigan alcohol.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced today that the Michigan Strategic Fund has approved two community revitalization projects in downtown Marquette, including a new hospital that will be constructed in the heart of downtown.
Statewide budget cuts are beginning to affect local communities and its mental healthcare services in Upper Michigan.
America Saves Week was started by the American Savings Education Council in 2007. Thousands of organizations participate to promote saving with three easy steps - set a goal, make a plan, save automatically.
The film that has everyone talking about Alzheimer's is coming to the Upper Peninsula.
One man has been injured and airlifted to a hospital after an accident involving two semi-trucks on US-2.
Iron Mountain Police found a car that had been reported stolen about a month ago.