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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NBC News Headlines

Congress to grill Olympic bigwigs about sexual abuse

The heads of the U.S. Olympic Committee and other sports will also testify.

Tens of thousands of Las Vegas casino workers vote to authorize strike

Contracts for around 50,000 workers expire at the end of May at nearly three dozen casino resorts on the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas.

Philip Roth, giant of American literary fiction, dies at 85

In books like "Goodbye, Columbus" and "Portnoy's Complaint," Roth chronicled the existential and sexual anxiety of the 20th-century Jewish American male.

Stacey Abrams wins Georgia 'Battle of the Staceys' in bid to become first black female governor in U.S.

And in a stunning upset in Kentucky, a high school math teacher ousted one of the state's most powerful politicians after a wave of protests to education cuts.

Man injured by 'lava bomb' in Hawaii says he could have been killed

Darryl Clinton was protecting a neighbor's home from fires caused by eruptions when he was struck by a "lava bomb" that shattered his leg.