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7th Street in Marquette to close through month of May

Beginning Monday May 1st, Spring St. from 7th St. to the west end will be closed to allow for the reconstruction of the street and underground utilities.

Capitol Hill negotiators are reporting progress toward an agreement on $1 trillion spending bill that would fund operations of federal agencies through Oct. 1.

The Pentagon says investigations conducted during the month of March reveal that coalition airstrikes killed 45 civilians, mostly in and around the city of Mosul.

Families celebrated the spring season at the fifth annual Baraga County Spring Fling on April 29.

Forest Service plans prescribed burns for Upper Peninsula

Trump says he's had tougher gig than presidency

Baby removed from womb for surgery, then returned

Climate Change March and rally held in Marquette

Walkers showcase Pink Power

Get the kids moving with this living room workout

Several pets find 'furever' homes at UPAWS "Empty the Shelters" event

Michigan Tech holds spring commencement

Boy writes essay about police officer who saved his life years before

Color run helps raise awareness of sexual assault

The Latest: Trade order, campaign rally on Trump's 100th day

Marchers use Trump's 100th day to protest climate policies

Michigan workplace fatalities highest in a decade last year

Michigan Tech student dies of hypothermia while on hiking trip with friends

Wintry weather blocks access to Porkies attractions

Two ceremonies held in Upper Michigan to honor workers who died on the job

Man in drug bust trio back in court

2017 Blueberry Festival poster contest submission dates extended

Rescheduled 15th Annual High School Local History Smackdown!

Michigan to start major revamp of veterans nursing homes

DeVos provides commentary on first few months in office

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