SUPER!Centers as well as select PLUS and traditional SOS offices will remain open on Election Day.
It's Halloween and as usual the kids were having a very good time trick or treating.
The first snowfall of the season turned parts of the U.P. into a winter wonderland Friday morning.
Republican incumbent Congressman Dan Benishek was the only candidate at a forum hosted by the Marquette County Economic Club. Local 3's Esther Kwon tells us what Dr. Benishek is most concerned with.
The Guindon's bought their cattle farm in 1986 and now they process about 30 animals a year. That process, from start to finish, stays in the U.P.
Mark Schauer, candidate for Michigan's governor, was in Escanaba and Marquette today campaigning.
Complaints about possible violations of the federal voting rights laws can be made directly to the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division’s Voting Section
A Marq-Tran bus passenger was taken to the hospital after the bus was hit by a car this afternoon.
Escanaba Public Safety is looking for Kent Wesley King.
Lakeshore Blvd is closed to through traffic, between Hawley St. and Wright St., due to inclement weather until further notice.
The Ontonagon County Sheriff Office and MSP-Wakefield State Police are investigating a break-in at the Shamrock Bar in Ontonagon.
UPPCO crews are still working to address outage that began at approximately 1:45 a.m. due to high winds and snow.
All hope for a longer and possibly warmer late fall season has been dashed, now that the first snowfall is happening right across the Upper Peninsula.
Halloween comes a little early for some youngsters at Lake Superior Christian Church.
An important talk tonight at NMU about a medical condition most people consider an automatic death sentence...brain tumors.
A Marquette County furniture store is keeping it local by selling unique items you won't find anywhere else.
As election day approaches, Marquette County democrats hope voters will take to the polls.
A talent summit hosted by Michigan Works can help connect businesses to potential employees.
This year's state Christmas tree is 66 feet tall. It was found in the backyard of a Kingsford couple's home.
Two toxic hotspots are no longer concerns.
A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with a meth bust on Euclid Street.
Public Act 21 of 2013 would allow the Natural Resources Commission to designate certain animals as game for hunting purposes and more.
In Michigan’s last gubernatorial election in 2010, just 42 percent of registered voters in Michigan cast a ballot. In the August primary, only 18.1 percent voted.
BBB warns of voting scams this election season
The Haunted Theatre at Forest Roberts Theatre in Marquette is open again for business starting tomorrow, but be warned it may not be for the faint of heart.
The president of Northern Michigan University greets alumni and local residents and says he's very optimistic about where the school is headed.
The Warming Center in Marquette is open for homeless people trying to get on their feet.
Another possible meth bust to report around 7 p.m. tonight, again it's in Ishpeming.
Absent voter ballots provide voters with a convenient method for casting a ballot when they are unable to attend the polls on election day.
Historical Marquette residents from the past appeared in Park Cemetery today.
Stroke is the 4th leading cause of death in the United States and about 750 people have strokes in the Upper Peninsula every year.
In Dickinson County, what started with 80 employees three generations ago is now a payroll of nearly 350, and has gone global.
Marquette Senior High School raised more than $1,000 for the Superior Health Foundation. All of the proceeds will go to help breast cancer patients.
MSU Product Center estimate shows impact now at $101.2 billion
Arrests have been made following an investigation into a methamphetamine lab at a residence in Iron Mountain.
Engineers and scientists at Michigan Technological University don't usually dead with exploding rockets in the concept-to-actuality research.
Craig Chartier, Director of Home Care and Hospice for UP Health System - Marquette, has been promoted to Regional Director of Home Care and Hospice
If you fly out of Escanaba's Delta County Airport, make sure you get there a bit earlier to avoid missing your flight.
The Toys for Tots campaign to help kids in need get Christmas gifts is underway in Escanaba, with a big boost from a Green Bay Packer!
The cost of U.P. energy may be on the rise to the tune of up to $16.00 on your monthly electric bill.
The Marquette City Police Department are searching for a missing Marquette man.
The grant program will devote at least $3.6 million toward projects to detect, prevent, manage and eradicate invasive species.
The coolest school assembly ever created teaches students how to eat healthy in a fun way.
The Marquette County Republican Party is looking for volunteers to help with next Tuesday's election.
A Mackinac County man charged with killing his father is behind bars on a $1Million bond.
Donations received from this event will be distributed this holiday season to local children in need by Toys for Tots.
The program is part of an effort to close the talent gap, providing skilled-trades training through the newly-created Community College Skilled Trades Equipment Program.
The Iron Mountain Police Department wants to remind Iron Mountain and Kingsford residents that the winter parking ban begins November 1.
Here is some advice from the Michigan State Police on how to stay safe this Halloween.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is launching the #MIKidsCan Contest, asking Michigan kids ages 7 - 14 to share their favorite way to be active to encourage other children to get moving to live healthier lives.