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Michigan Sharp-tailed Grouse Association to hold annual meeting in Chippewa County


US-2 Escanaba River Bridge closure, detour rescheduled for Sept. 5-8


Thursday, August 17 Music on Third cancelled


MSP to continue distracted driving enforcement on Mackinac Bridge


Establishing paternity at birth has many benefits for children


Traffic advisory: International Bridge closing to vehicle traffic during motorcycle ride


Michigan to receive more than $1.3M for Native, State Wildlife Conservation Projects


Drone flights to benefit Great Lakes


Peters honored as Legislator of the Year by Vietnam Veterans of America


Gov. Snyder to visit UP State Fair


View the Solar Eclipse from Quincy Hill


Cooling off: New Chemical Engineering Department Chair is ready for a change


Peters Announces Second #RideMI Motorcycle Tour


Barnett named Dean of Students at Finlandia


Gov. Snyder completes seventh investment mission to China


Forbes ranks Michigan Tech 12th in nation for graduates' mid-career earnings


Michigan Tech Board of Trustees honors professors, employees


Senator Stabenow announces more than $3.5M to expand double up food bucks


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ESPN Pulls Robert Lee From Virginia Game Because of Name

The university is based in Charlottesville. ESPN said it was "a shame that this is even a topic of conversation."

'Jenny Jones Show' Killer Released From Prison

A Michigan man convicted in the 1995 killing of a man who expressed romantic interest in him on national television has been released from prison.

7th Fleet Commander to Be Relieved After Collisions

Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin, the commander of the Navy's 7th Fleet will be relieved following two deadly collisions of warships in separate incidents since June, officials said.

UVA Police Issue Warrants for White Nationalist Figure Cantwell

University of Virginia police said Tuesday it has issued warrants for Christopher Cantwell, a white nationalist figure, over a Charlottesville incident.

Justice Department Pulls Back on Anti-Trump Website Warrant

Federal prosecutors said they didn't realize just how broad their own search warrant for data about visitors to an anti-Trump website really was.