Five arrested on fraud charges for misuse of SSA, SSI benefits

The Escanaba Department of Public Safety, in conjunction with other agencies, identified and arrested those who were suspected of fraudulently receiving or misusing monetary benefits from the Social Security Administration.

The Haunted Theatre takes place at the Forest Roberts Theatre. Performances begin on October 27th and run through the 29th.

Tri-Dent has been investigating a heroin/opiates ring in Chippewa County for the past few months. The investigation concluded on October 22 with four arrests.

Ideas welcome on Michigan waterways that need a checkup.

Drug court given for meth charges

Security experts offer tips on keeping devices connected to the internet safe

Comfort dog named Smokey on duty at fire station

UPDATE: Missing Iron County girl found

Halloween shopping: One store hopes to be your one-stop shop

Halloween Spectacle adds new performances

Kidney donation gives second chance at life

Mackinac Island businesses gear up for off-season

Bowling team unites students of all abilities

New location in Munising for Michigan Ice Fest

Absentee ballots still an option for November election

Hancock school library seeks additional funding

Customers continue to fight UPPCO over rising electric costs

Salvation Army Harvest Festival coming soon

Local agencies took part in first ever Human Resources Expo

Police cameras in the U.P.

Planning commission meeting paired with open house

Bell Auxiliary to host Business After Hours event

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Defense Secretary Orders a Stop to Reclaiming Reenlistment Bonuses

Defense Secretary Ash Carter ordered the Pentagon on Wednesday to stop clawing back the bonuses that thousands of soldiers got for re-enlisting to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. 'There is no more important responsibility for the Department of Defense than keeping faith with our people,' Carter said in a statement. 'That means treating them fairly and equitably, honoring their service and sacrifice, and keeping our word. Today, in keeping with that obligation, I am ordering a series of steps to ensure fair treatment for thousands of California National Guard soldiers who may have received incentive bonuses and tuition assistance improperly as a result of errors and in some cases criminal behavior by members of the California National Guard.' Carter's announcement was greeted with cheers in Kempner, Texas where Don and Susan Haley -- both Iraq War veterans -- had been struggling to pay back the bonuses they got when they reenlisted a decade ago in the California National Guard.

This Year Is Now Deadliest for Migrants in Mediterranean

Migrants fleeing war and poverty take dangerous trips on overcrowded boats, hoping to make their way from there to new lives in Europe.

Feds Alert for Risk of Violence as Election Nears

Violent imagery from Trump supporters heightens concerns.

Flashback: Stonewall Inn Riots of 1969

On June 28, 1969, patrons at NYC gay bar Stonewall Inn decided they had finally had enough after yet another police raid, and their resistance is wide

Two Soldiers Held in Connection with Disappearance of Fellow Soldier

Two Fort Campbell soldiers are being held as persons of interest in the disappearance of Shadow McClaine.