Road work will create some detours for motorists in Marquette, beginning in early September.
About 1,000 runners are participating in the event.
Hajime Nishi is trying to live out his goal of running in 1000 different marathons around the world and Marquette is stop 665.
Registered runners are getting ready for he 5th annual Marquette Marathon on Saturday.
After a controversial wolf hunt in 2013, the issue goes before voters in November. The issue was passed by the Michigan House of Representatives.
A meth lab suspect pleaded guilty in court on Friday morning.
A U.P. police presence means a crackdown on driving violations during the last summertime holiday.
The Dog Show at the Marquette County Fairgrounds drew a crowd to compete.
Iverson Snowshoes blazes a trail for Alger County.
Beginning in 2015, Labor Day bridge walkers will be able to look over the railing and see swimmers
The Department of Natural Resources urges residents and visitors to be cautious when lighting, enjoying and extinguishing their outdoor fires this Labor Day weekend.
Sacred Heart in L'Anse is changing its curriculum this year.
It was a day of learning for townships officials from across the Upper Peninsula.
The 5th annual Marquette Marathon will feature a new course beneficial to the runners.
Bidders attend a four county public land auction in Marquette.
As we continue our week-long series, "The U.P. matters: county by county," we see how challenging and creative regular resources can be.
The Frank Opolka, a 27-foot SAFE boat, was named by the Department of Natural Resources in a ceremony Wednesday in Marquette.
The criminal sexual conduct case against a former Republic Township Police Officer and Marq-Tran bus driver will continue in Marquette County Circuit Court with a trial set for September 23.
The sale of the Upper Peninsula Power Company is complete, marking a return of UPPCO to its original roots of being a Michigan-headquartered energy provider.
The 31st annual event allows the organization to give an estimated $40,000 to local charities.
The newly approved Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act (SFWCA) was initiated by the Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management, a group of statewide hunting, fishing and trapping organizations.
Applications have been submitted by a number of U.P. municipalities for Michigan Economic Development Corporation funding.
The Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday approved Delta County's "concurrent jurisdiction plan" within its court system.
Fluctuating prices is understandable, but Michigan's Attorney General says gas prices cannot be 'fixed' by retailers to gouge customers.
The Transition One class helps those 18 to 26 with developmental disabilities.
Contributions are used to fund about two dozen non-profit programs in the county, ranging from basic needs to medical care to the youth, elderly and the disabled.
Some residents at the D.J. Jacobetti Home for Veterans are getting their memory back a little by doing something they grew up doing.
The beauty of the U.P. and the Pictured Rocks Cruises makes headlines in our county by county coverage of Alger county.
Mike Woodard, the principal of Superior Hills Elementary withdraws his resignation after teachers and school board make an agreement.
The Express Secretary of State is visiting Northern Michigan University this week.
Volunteering at Blues Fest this weekend could get you a free ticket.
Just a few days until the Marquette Marathon and officials are still looking for volunteers.
The Cabela's National Walleye Tour will be making a stop in the Bays deNoc....and that will make for a big weekend in Delta County.
Seven major projects have been completed recently in Escanaba, with the rebuilding of Sheridan Road on the city's north side being the biggest.
Teachers in the Marquette Area Public Schools have reached a tentative agreement with the district.
The Secretary of State’s mobile office will be on the road to Upper Michigan next week - as part of a statewide voter registration drive visiting colleges and universities.
Michigan Technological University is well on its way to getting a $1.7 million, state-of-the-science transmission electron microscope.
Stepped up police patrols will be cracking down on drunk driving during the Labor Day weekend.
Fire officials have not yet determined a cause of a fire at an Ontonagon County home.
- MDOT is suspending as much work as possible from 3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, until 6 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2. - AAA Michigan estimates 1.12 million Michigan residents will travel this holiday weekend.
Gov. Rick Snyder will lead the expected 40,000 walkers across the 5-mile span beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, Sept. 1.
Tonight was the Up North Lodge's last Bike Night of the summer.
Northern Michigan University Public Safety was called when a religious group caused a stir on campus today.
In the continue report of Alger County, we look at tourism and economic development.
Tracy Lokken, who travels all over to compete in races, stays local for the Marquette Marathon.
A new tombstone is added to St. Peter's Cathedral.
Michigan Works hosted a Veterans Business Workshop to help U.P. veterans make job and business connections.
Tonight's Marquette City Commission meeting drew a crowd of citizens who were not happy with some budget changes. The commission listened.
On the first day of classes for the fall semester, new Northern Michigan University President Dr. Fritz Erickson takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.