Woman threatens to blow up Escanaba social security building, was just kidding

A 50-year-old woman may be facing criminal charges for threatening to blow up the Social Security Administration building in Escanaba. The woman told police she was kidding but that she was upset with a disputed benefit issue.

Police in Texas say they are working an officer-involved shooting but it is unclear if it's related to the recent spate of bombings.

With threats being made at Westwood High School, and in Marquette, Escanaba and Munising, a 'work group' between the Marquette Prosecutor's Office, FBI and other area agencies has been formed.

A bill up for a vote in Michigan's Legislature would require drivers to allow 3 feet (0.9 meters) of clearance while passing a bike.

Park Service releases final proposal to bring wolves to Isle Royale

Experts: Avoid problems with bears by removing food sources

Michigan, Ohio see rise in immigrant arrests, deportations

EPA raises objections to Upper Peninsula mine proposal

Detroit store owner pleads guilty to $2M food fraud

Motherboard: Free digital library content

UP road commission loses appeal over wetlands dispute

Upper Peninsula road repairs get much needed boost with additional money

Marquette Township Board holds public hearing on DDA boundary expansion

Parents, children put together mural promoting personal connections

Big Bay Harbor expansion plans moves forward

'The Panther Den' helping out students, families in need

UPSET finds more than 20 one pot meth bottles at Marquette residence

Lake Superior Ice Cave Tours still going out to Grand Island

Inspirational speaker visits North Dickinson School

Marquette Homebrewers ready for Spring Ferment Festival

US Chamber recognizes Bergman with Spirit of Enterprise Award

Home Builders Association prepares for job fair

NMU hosts second Gender Fair

Match Day reveals future for MSU-CHM UP Region students

$18M in federal grants available to public and non-profit groups to provide services to crime victims

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Austin bombings suspect blew self up as SWAT team approached

The suspect in a spate of bombings across Austin, Texas, has been killed following a confrontation with police Wednesday, two law enforcement sources said.

Fourth nor'easter in three weeks eclipses arrival of spring

"Travel will be very difficult to impossible, especially during the evening commute," in big Northeast cities on Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.

New explosion in Austin is not believed linked to previous blasts

Earlier Tuesday, law enforcement officials linked the explosion of a package at a FedEx distribution center near San Antonio to the previous four blasts in Austin this month.

'Insanity': Serial bomber giving Austin package anxiety

Package anxiety ramped up in Austin on Tuesday, when an overnight explosion at a FedEx facility about an hour away — and then another later in the evening — elevated concerns that packages delivered through trusted outlets could also be risky.

Tennessee pastor resigns over 'sexual incident' with minor

"We as the Church should be getting this right," Andy Savage said in a statement announcing that he is leaving the ministry for now.