UPDATE: War Memorial Hospital open to patients after false bomb threat

The bomb threat was a ransomware originating out of Russia. There have been several of these types of threats at hospitals throughout Michigan in the past couple of days.

Marquette County health professionals are set to meet in May with a doctor behind a successful Zero Suicide initiative.

Sleigh rides were provided by Lone Oaks Farm Carriage Rides.

Laura Frizzo took the stand again Thursday in her lawsuit against Iron River City Manager David Thayer.

Flagstar CEO: We regret that we did not deliver on the experience we had promised

Marensico appeals the judge's lawsuit dismissal over Ojibway Correctional Facility closure

Northern Michigan University grad student surprised by impromptu commencement ceremony

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Schools adjust health education after legalization of recreational marijuana

Kotex tampons recalled after reports of pieces left in bodies

Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board recommends $26M to enhance public outdoor recreation

Escanaba business makes t-shirts for less fortunate children

Volunteers needed for annual Big Pack

Draft Line 5 tunnel agreements released for public review, comment

From addict to advocate: Local veteran starts new recovery service

Public Service Garage acquired by Marthaler Automotive Group

Local organizations hoping to get help to support community efforts

Outlanders offers a tasty way to help those in need

Keeping pets safe in harsh winter weather

US appeals court blocks Trump birth control coverage rules

Chassell Township library memberships ending

'Run for Life' Organ Donation Fund looking for support

Solar industry blames tariffs for canceled, delayed projects

Court tosses permit for pipeline to cross Appalachian Trail

Library offers preschool story time

US budget deficit hits record $204.9 billion for November

Renewed battle over using fetal tissue in medical research

With OK from Congress, US hemp market set to boom

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Former nicotine research monkeys now at primate sanctuary

The nicotine addiction study by the FDA started in 2014, but was suspended last year after the agency learned four research monkeys had died.

Kansas lawmaker switches parties over GOP's 'absurd' LGBTQ platform

"I can’t be complicit anymore,” State Senator Barbara Bollier said of her decision to leave the Republican party.

Cybill Shepherd says Les Moonves had her CBS show canceled after she rebuffed his advances

"I wasn't going to fall at all for Les," Shepherd said on SiriusXM's The Michelle Collins Show.

Wave of bomb threats causes evacuations nationwide

Many of the threats, none of which have been found to be credible, demanded payment in bitcoin, authorities said.

Four people who were trapped in abandoned mine under criminal investigation

"I’ll take my penalties," said one of the group that was rescued Thursday. "I’ll go along with it. I’ll move along and be a better person for it."