The death of a 25-year old Ironwood township man is still being investigated.
U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters stops in Marquette during his listening tour around the state of Michigan.
Upper Peninsula State Senator Tom Casperson voted for a Michigan corrections budget that included the privatization of the state's prison food system.
The water levels on the Great Lakes is turning around.
Bobby Glenn Brown recently married his male partner of over 30 years, but the Church will not recognize the marriage.
Traffic alert: US-2 lane closure Tuesday through Friday
The suspect is in the Marquette County Jail on a two million dollar bond.
The stabbing occurred at a camp in Felch Township early Sunday morning.
A fire at Engineered Machine Products was reported Monday morning.
A driver in Gladstone ran a red light and caused a two-car crash.
Two Ishpeming residents have been arrested for manufacturing meth.
Tech’s Office of Innovation and Industry Engagement is participating in a 6-university consortium called the Michigan Corporate Relations Network that sponsors a small company internship program.
Local fourth grader makes professional debut as Tom of Warwick.
Gladstone Schools are starting up a robotics team for fourth graders.
Historic hotel and grounds improvements are underway at Fayette Historic State Park.
Closing marinas, changing the hours for parks...just part of getting the city ready for winter.
Should Michigan's community colleges be allowed to offer four-year degrees in fields like nursing?
Upper Peninsula doctors say the area is safe from the threat of Ebola.
Governor Snyder said Friday that Michigan is prepared in case Ebola travels here.
The new Bishop Baraga chapel will be blessed Saturday, October 18.
Toyra was driving a motorcycle when it crashed and killed the woman passenger.
After being in Marquette since Wednesday, the Michigan Municipal League held the closing ceremony with the presentation of the Community Excellence Award.
Local 3 News spoke with Bishop Doerfler to see if the Church could ever accept gay marriage.
The author of "River of Iron" was in Marquette to sign the book he wrote about his life.
The Lake Superior Youth Theatre will be performing 'The Music Man Jr.' this weekend.
The man found guilty of a fatal hit and run in Big Bay has a sentencing date.
Gov. Snyder signs bill giving terminally ill residents more treatment options...and 7 other bills.
Bureau of Services for Blind Persons Presents Achievement Honor Roll Awards
Featuring favorite songs such as “76 Trombones”, “Goodnight My Someone”, and “Till There Was You” this show is sure to be a treat for the entire family.
Senators say December 2014 rate increases will significantly harm local economy and unfairly burden U.P. families
Officials from Ironwood and Marquette are selected for Statewide Municipal Association
Wisconsin Public Service Corporation says the base rate change request is the first since 2007 and only the third time since 1987.
Dr. Terry Frankovich, Local Public Health Medical Director, we should not expect to see widespread disease across the country.
Ishpeming Police and UPSET obtained a search warrant for two locations involving the manufacturing of meth.
The Marquette Regional History Center and the U.P. Children's Museum held a joint fundraiser tonight.
The Marquette County Fairgrounds have been turned into Scare Grounds for the weekend.
The National Wildlife Turkey Federation take about 20 disabled hunters out for their Independence Hunt.
The verdict is guilty for the Big Bay man who was involved in a fatal hit and run accident last year.
The spotlight on a Marquette man with a hands-on skill in high demand.
The city of Marquette is being highlighted in a new book from the Michigan Municipal League.
The man driving the truck that killed two motorcyclists plead guilty today.
UPPCO is responding to customer concerns about the Presque Isle Power Plant.
Marquette General Hospital and Bell Hospital officials say the facilities are preparing to identify, assist with diagnosis, and treat potential patients presenting with symptoms of the Ebola virus at their facilities.
The jury has come to a verdict in the Nelson trial.
One person died and two were able to swim to shore after their boat capsized Wednesday.
He's charged with 'failure to stop at an accident causing death.'
Dr. Benishek: More Must Be Done on Ebola Outbreak
There were a lot of badges in one place Wednesday afternoon as Delta County Sheriff Gary Ballweg said goodbye to the job and "hello" to retirement.
The Alger-Delta Electric Co-operative is looking at the possibility of merging with Great Lakes Energy.
OSF St. Francis Hospital has protocols in place, has specialized training for staff, and has purchased new protective gear.