Mother of accused murderer takes stand in Kelly Cochran murder trial

It was an emotional morning of testimony in Iron County during the Kelly Cochran murder trial Tuesday. The mother and close friend of Cochran, who stands accused of killing 53-year-old Christopher Regan of Iron River, took the stand.

A local real estate agency will be opening up a campground in the near future.

Sheriff Brian McLean has advised county officials the Houghton County main jail is overcrowded and has advised them of the situation pursuant to the County Jail Overcrowding State of Emergency Act.

Northern Michigan University released a letter to students Tuesday, warning them about causing damage while using hammocks in city property.

Gogebic Community College offers unique degree program

LaFave ready to hit the ground running

Woman’s mission is positive thinking

State budget allocates funds for CTE

State awards $260K grant to build Jail Diversion Center in Marquette County Jail for inmates with mental illness

Warm weather leads to more potholes, larger cracks in roads

Man falls through ice in Escanaba

Good dental hygiene starts in early childhood

Man celebrates working 70 years in same hardware store

Hancock man receives jail time on possession charge

Forensic scientist, lead detective testify in Ihander trial

University presidents lobby against income tax cut plan

21st annual arts awards call for design proposals

Man who broke into Iron River family home accepts plea agreement

Aquila begins winter drilling operation at Back Forty project

Trump: Threats against Jewish centers 'horrible and painful'

Benefits to having a family physician, promoting family medicine week

Travel Marquette educates local businesses on must-do's in Marquette County

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'Refugees Welcome' Banner Unfurled at Statue of Liberty

National park police are investigating how a banner reading "Refugees Welcome" got on to the Statue of Liberty Tuesday afternoon.

Yiannopoulos Quits Breitbart, Apologizes for Uproar

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WH: Goal of Immigration Agenda Is Not Mass Deportation

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DHS Told to Start Crackdown on Illegal Border Crossings

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