Press Release

U.S. Senators respond to retirement of Rep. Sandy Levin


Many Marquette residents without power Saturday morning, power later restored


Michigan's farmers applaud passage of U.S. Senate tax reform bill


Congressman Dan Kildee responds to passage of Senate GOP tax bill


Phone scammers posing as Escanaba treasury office


New committee launches to oppose legalization of marijuana


Rep. LaFave vows to fight bill attacking school mascots


EPA task force meeting on saving Buffalo Reef set for Dec. 5 in Houghton County


Gov. Rick Snyder lowers flags in honor of former state Rep. Keith Muxlow


Cloverland receives refund; still facing costs


Missing Marquette hunter found early Sunday


Richmond Township rollover crash sends one to the hospital Friday


Michigan Tech's Meadows to testify before Senate


Gubernatorial candidates holding forum to discuss cannabis issues


Chocolay Township Police seeking help in identifying individual


DNR offers snowshoe-building workshop at Tahquamenon Falls State Park Dec. 16


Talent Investment Agency offers assistance to connect veterans with in-demand jobs


UPPCO highlights Michigan's winter protection plan, home heating assistance available through UP 211


Load More Stories
 

Extended Forecast

NBC News Headlines

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee dies in hospital at 65

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee died early Tuesday at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, his office announced. He was 65 years old.

U.S. soldier who drunkenly deserted to North Korea dies

An American soldier who deserted to North Korea in one of the strangest dramas of the Cold War has died in Japan. He was 77.

Turkey snubs NATO allies and buys missile systems from Russia

NATO member Turkey has the alliance's second-largest military.

Where Alabama Senate candidates stand on 8 key issues

Jones and Moore differ on the issues facing the country, though matters of policy have been largely overshadowed by the scandal dogging Moore's campaign.

Immigrants fear raids as NYC fails to destroy ID card records

New York's undocumented came out of the shadows under Obama. Now, with Trump, they fear giving away personal details could have been a big mistake.