Marquette County Sheriff's investigating ongoing meth bust in Forsyth Township

UPDATE: Police identify victim in Chippewa County shooting

Iron River man in court for resisting, obstructing police at underage drinking party

Woman receives a year in jail and probation for carjacking

Drug case in Marquette County gets moved to federal court

Not guilty plea entered in court by Jason Bishop, child pornography charges

Woman referred for competency exam in counterfeiting case

Former Iron County deputy and two other men plea to reduced charges in joyriding case

Wisconsin man who led police on high speed chase in Menominee County arraigned Wednesday

Winkler pleads no contest to 2nd degree child abuse

Iron Mountain man receives probation and a delay of sentence for home invasion and assault charges

Marquette man sentenced for possession of meth

Prison sentence upheld in Alger County campground CSC case

Skandia woman arraigned for attempting to mail prescription drugs

Lake Linden woman's domestic violence charges dismissed

Crystal Falls woman pleads no contest to 2nd degree arson

Crystal Falls man sentenced for attempted murder

3 suspects arrested for joyriding in Michigan State Police cruiser

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