Steve Asplund

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Steve started as a reporter with TV6 in June of 1979.

He has held positions as news anchor, weather anchor, morning news anchor, newscast producer, assignment editor and News Director. Steve has been our primary anchor for the TV6 Early News since 1985.

Steve is married to Anne and they have two children. Steve is very active in the community volunteering as a firefighter with the City of Negaunee Fire Department since 1989 and has served as President of the Upper Peninsula Firefighters Association. He and his family enjoy movies and television, camping, travel and the outdoors.


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Iran's foreign minister, in words that seemed aimed directly at the new American president, said Sunday that his country would not be bullied.

US Aircraft Carrier Begins 'Routine' South China Sea Patrol

The carrier strike group includes Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Wayne E. Meyer and aircraft from Carrier Air Wing.

McCain Warns Suppressing Press 'Is How Dictators Get Started'

In an exclusive interview with 'Meet the Press,' Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is defending journalists' freedoms and a strong democracy following President Donald Trump's frequent attacks on the fourth estate, including a tweet last week that certain media outlets are 'the enemy of the American People.' Without a free press, McCain said, 'I am afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. That's how dictators get started.' Watch the interview with McCain on 'Meet the Press.'

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The prime minister announced the new military push Sunday morning, months after troops entered the ISIS-held city.