Man who led police on chase across state lines to be sentenced in Wisconsin

Tysen Benz's mother responds to prosecutor's statement in regards to son's death

Tysen Benz's mother: 'The court system failed my late son'

Man possibly impersonating law enforcement in Schoolcraft County

Man arrested in Ironwood Township SWAT incident found incompetent for trial

UPDATE: Negaunee man arraigned on child pornography possession

UPDATE: Gladstone man arrested for cocaine arraigned

Vandalized Ontonagon park repaired, reward increased

Marinette Sheriff seeks public's assistance in identifying truck involved in theft

NMU student faces 5 felonies after LSD-fueled violence

UPDATE: Gwinn woman arrested on felony charges related to a stolen credit card arraigned in court

3 arrested on outstanding warrants in Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain woman returns home to find meth lab

Chocolay Twp. Police looking for man who didn't pay for gas

Gutzman sentenced to life in prison on murder charge

UPDATE: Stolen car crashes into Marquette house, driver runs away

Sheriff: Boy defends mother, stabs domestic violence suspect in back

Nigerian national charged with receiving, concealing stolen property

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