Marquette's Lower Harbor was packed with people from near and far for the International Food Fest.
Safety might be the last thing on your mind while celebrating our nation's Independence Day this weekend, but the holiday is one of the deadliest of the year.
The Festival of Treasures is an Ishpeming tradition that helps promote the downtown.
The Marquette International Food Festival is back at Mattson Lower Harbor.
The Fourth of July weekend is one of the busiest times for campgrounds across the Upper Peninsula.
Preparations for Marquette's Fourth of July parade began Friday.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will study how many bumble bees have been lost in the state thanks to a 600-thousand-dollar grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The Michigan Department of Corrections is investigating the discovery of a maggot at a prison.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has scheduled events state parks and harbors in the Upper Peninsula.
The fireworks display in Manistique will be held SUNDAY night.
It was an evening of shopping, cocktails and girl time in downtown Marquette tonight to start the holiday weekend.
The goal is to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries during this Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Detectives from the Upper Peninsula Substance Enforcement Team investigated a suspected meth lab in Portage Township.
It was 20 years ago that K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base was deactivated.
Lakestate finds jobs for those who may have difficulty doing so on their own.
Police are investigating an act of vandalism in the downtown Marquette area.
Safety over the holiday is a big concern for U.P. police and fire agencies.
Fourth of July preparations are moving into high gear with some military help in Marquette Thursday morning.
The City of Manistique is preparing for three days of fun to celebrate Independence Day.
Final preparations are under way for the annual Fourth of July celebration in the City of Gladstone.
These first-line supervisors will coordinate the activities of a group of conservation officers within a given work area.
The farmers market in Negaunee is a win-win for both shoppers and vendors.
Senators Stabenow, Peters announce U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Assistance to Firefighters Grant
Another U.P. lawmaker wants to reform Michigan's no-fault auto insurance laws and lower our premiums.
Several blood drives are coming up in areas of the Upper Peninsula.
State representative John Kivela is busy, despite an abbreviated schedule in Lansing. In an interview with Local 3 News this morning, Kivela said he's trying to push through legislation his Upper Peninsula constituents say are important.
Red, in addition to red, white and blue, is the color of concern at the U.P. Regional Blood Center's 'Patriotic Blood Drive.'
Kallay Batchelor was found guilty of First Degree Murder May 20th after a five day jury trial and a deliberation lasting just under two and a half hours.....Wednesday, his sentence was announced.
With the Fourth of July holiday weekend approaching, the Michigan State Police (MSP) is asking Michiganders to remain alert for suspicious behavior or activity and to notify law enforcement immediately if something appears suspicious.
U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) today announced he is cosponsoring the Second Chance Reauthorization Act, which provides grants to state and local programs working to address recidivism and prisoner reentry in their communities.
Several arrests have been made in Dickinson County in connection after investigations by the K.I.N.D. team.
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow announced Wednesday support for the Calumet Village Police Department in Houghton County.
The Mackinac Bridge Authority (MBA) reports that all construction and maintenance activities on the Mackinac Bridge will be suspended for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, and the new bridge toll software is running smoothly.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently launched a new tool on its website that showcases quality trout streams and lakes accessible to anglers.
Make sure to keep your pets safe of the 4th of July holiday.
U.S. Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow today announced $4,281,492 in funding for 29 Michigan counties through the Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program.
The Marquette city budget process began in January but, the city will be finalizing the budget plans in a series of meetings in July.
It may not have been very sunny outside today, but the possibility of getting a sun burn is still very real. Local 3's Kylie Khan tells us why skin cancer is so common and how you can prevent it.
It takes a lot of work and a lot of money to put together the "Greatest 4th in the North," but that's exactly what the Marquette Area Fireworks Committee is shooting for.
Ishpeming and Negaunee residents will be seeing some improvements in their neighborhoods thanks to a Blight Elimination Program grant application made by Marquette County Land Bank Authority.
This year, the parade is seeking volunteers to help with coordinating float line-up and directing traffic.
The vehicle is a solid white 2004 GMC Sierra pickup truck with an extended cab.
Before you celebrate, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is asking residents and visitors to make sure they understand the importance of fireworks and campfire safety.
The Sault Ste. Marie Building a Healthier Community Coalition is a group that includes municipal, education and many other groups.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that the Snail Shell Harbor dock at Fayette Historic State Park is fully operational after repairs from winter damage.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Tuesday rejected a proposal that would have reclassified most grey wolves as "threatened" under the federal Endangered Species Act.
Lon Johnson, Democratic candidate for Congress in Michigan’s 1st District, today announced endorsements from 12 current and former members of the Michigan State Legislature.
The Schoolcraft County Board will have a special meeting next Tuesday morning to discuss a vacancy on the board.
As we head into the holiday weekend, a reminded from the Hiawatha National Forest: no fireworks are allowed.
There were nearly 700,000 motor vehicles reported stolen in the United States in 2013 - that’s a vehicle stolen every 45 seconds.
Very warm and becoming windy at times. Thunderstorms with heavy rain possible on Monday.