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Honor Flight friends and family treated to luncheon

While their veterans were in Washington D.C. the family and friends of those on the trip were keeping busy.


79 veterans went to Washington D.C. for Honor Flight XIV and their return flight landed in Escanaba this evening.


Wednesday night was opening night for Dancing With Our Stars Marquette County Style. This is the sixth year for the event, and the first night got things off on the right foot.



Police have arrested a juvenile after a school threat in Negaunee Tuesday.


Gogebic Community Mental Health Authority holds 7th annual "Walk a Mile in my Shoes Rally"


PETA seeks investigation into Oswald's Bear Ranch


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Pathways prepares for second annual Walk a Mile in My Shoes event


Marquette Township prepares for Meijer Grand Opening


Should you save for retirement or pay down debt?


Escanaba Summer Music Camp receives grant



Third graders experience life on a dairy farm


2018 U.P. Energy Summit brings industry experts together


Honor Flight Mission XIV underway


Maintenance on Pine Dam requires temporary water drawdown


Pine Mountain Music Festival features 'Carmen'


Goldilocks found guilty in Marquette Circuit Court


Ramp to Ripley closing for bridge inspection


Student mural brings color to community


Ishpeming Middle School holds healthy eating demonstration for students


Hawaii volcano produces blue flames from methane


US health chief pledges more action if Ebola spreads


AP source: Jared Kushner granted permanent security clearance


Uber puts brakes on self-driving car operation in Arizona


Marquette Merchandise Program to launch this weekend


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Three — including actual target — charged in Kansas 'swatting' death

A federal indictment says the intended victim goaded Tyler Barriss into sending armed police to the wrong Wichita address.

New NFL policy will fine teams if players kneel during anthem

The league says, "Protests created a false perception among many that thousands of NFL players were unpatriotic."

Tennessee governor to decide fate of teen killer

The Tennessee Board of Parole failed to agree on a recommendation on clemency for Cyntoia Brown, who killed a client as a sex worker in 2004.

Federal prosecutors open Harvey Weinstein investigation in New York

The news comes as a state grand jury has been convened to look into similar charges, according to two sources familiar with the case.

'We just have to heal a different way': Santa Fe, Parkland diverge after school shootings

Santa Fe residents still largely associate guns with hunting and family traditions, not mass shootings.