More details about UPHS-Marquette compliance evaluation

State inspectors found UPHS-Marquette had an adequate numbers of licensed registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and other personnel to provide nursing care to all patients as needed.

Concerns over North Korea continue as several countries will come together Wednesday to discuss its nuclear weapons program.

If an afternoon of wine, food and shopping sounds like a good time then the Ladies of the Highland Golf Course and Leigh's Garden Winery have an event for you.

Open Educational Resources are saving college students money

The Clothesline Project is raising awareness about domestic violence

Toys For Tots campaign kicks off in Marquette

The sky's the limit for 90-year-old's birthday wish

Mike Holmgren makes 'moose calling' a hobby

Aspirus Iron River hosting photo contest for new clinic

When are kids too old to trick or treat?

100 new trees to soon be planted around NMU campus

Phil Niemisto statue revealed in downtown Marquette

Community memorializes fallen Marine years after his death

SAIL expands Action Day event

Michigan Tech to lead five-year alcohol, sleep study

Holiday and other temp hiring needs in Marquette

Congressman Jack Bergman offers meetings, town halls this week

Schloegel's to reopen soon with new owner

Mason residents concerned about biosolid spreading

Annual Halloween Spectacle in Marquette draws closer

Candidates for 109th District State Rep. prepare for forum

2017 Catholic Service Award recipients announced

UPDATE - White House slams decision to block travel ban

Dr. Hilary Virtanen to speak at symposium at Library of Congress

Stormy Kromer partners with UP Honor Flight for second year

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