Happy Hiawatha Marquette

The 39th annual Hiawatha Traditional Music Festival kicked off in Marquette Friday.

The verdict is in for the Iron Mountain woman accused of setting her house on fire last September. In less than 15 minutes, the jury found 32-year-old Theresa Nowaczyk guilty on all counts.

Bikers and runners were at Jackson Mine Park in downtown Negaunee Friday evening registering for Saturday’s 5th Annual “Red Earth Classic”.

Late State Representative John Kivela was honored this week with a plaque on the Iron Ore Heritage Trail.

Marquette housing market trends

UPDATE: Homicide: Inmate death at Alger County Correctional Facility

What couples should know about finances before tying the knot

Progress being made on Marquette Meijer

Veridea Group to construct new residence development

Moms discuss miscarriage

NMU offering up tours of 'The Woods'

Canadian wildfire smoke filling UP sky

Uncle and nephew get kidney transplants on same day

Gov. Snyder makes reappointments to Michigan Community Corrections Board

'Kaleidoscope' oil painting exhibit opens in Michigamme

Officer body camera policies throughout Michigan

US-2 Escanaba River Bridge closure, detour set for Aug. 21-24

Baraga native advocates for Soo Lock bill

Construction workers harassed in Hancock

Jay Oberg pleads guilty Friday to malicious destruction charges, sentencing September 1

Gwinn man pleads guilty for part in cocaine and narcotics trafficking arrest

Ettinger sentenced to jail time and two years probation on drug charges

Escanaba city council discusses fireworks ordinance

Mi-STAR earns state, national status as a STEM education program

Spicer resigns as White House press secretary

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Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Shooting of 911 Caller

Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau resigned Friday in the wake of the fatal shooting of bride-to-be Justine Damond who had called 911 for help.

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