Bond decision on the May ballot for Tahquamenon Area Schools

On May 8th the citizens of the Tahquamenon Area School district will have a very big decision to make regarding the future of their schools.

Deputies found meth components in a trailer at the 553 Mobile Estates in Sands Township after being called on a report of domestic violence. A man was arrested on unrelated charges.

Science, technology and the arts are among the themes at this year's Fun Fest in Escanaba.

Friday night a group of people had special access to the Peter White Public Library. It was for the spring Genealogy Lock-In.

Former Finlandia Football coach arrested in Marquette

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Marquette YMCA ready for Healthy Kids Day

Marquette Women's Center providing free training on sexual assault awareness

Tau Kappa Epsilon raises funds for Beacon House during annual 'Tub Push'

How to avoid missing out on travel freebies

NMU Aviation Maintenance program emphasizes importance of inspecting aircraft carriers

Late thaw delays spring sports in the Copper Country

MTU students get a virtual taste of drunk driving

Marvin J. Suomi named 14th President at Northland College

Kingsford students participate in nationwide walkout for gun control

Newberry man arrested on multiple CSC charges

VA Hospital honors volunteers in annual ceremony

Dickinson County's Library kicks off Money Smart Week with story time for children

Nurses' two day strike authorization vote begins

Gwinn woman arrested after one vehicle accident in Marquette

Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center’s ‘A Day in Court’ educational game now available online

Gwinn man arrested after meth lab caused fire enters plea agreement

UPDATE: Portion of Lakeshore Boulevard reopened

US says China, Iran, Russia are 'forces for instability'

Army lowers 2017 recruiting goal; more soldiers staying on

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North Korea says it has suspended nuclear and missile testing

North Korea has "reached the target stage, where the nation and people's safety is reliably secured," said the country's leader, Kim Jong Un.

Kentucky woman last seen walking her dog still missing 22 years later

Alyne J. Lawrence Barrick was last seen at 2:30 p.m. on April 12, 1996 near Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky walking her dog. Her family has not heard from her since.

N. Korea nuke test halt could be ruse, but a sign Pyongyang serious about talks

U.S. negotiators from the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations have been fooled before by North Korean promises before.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens charged with another felony

Greitens' charge piles on political woes for the incumbent governor who is already under pressure for an alleged extramarital affair.

Temple suspends frat in sexual assault investigation

Alpha Epsilon Pi is under investigation after "multiple credible reports" alleging underage drinking and sexual misconduct, the university says.