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Michigan suit: Count absentee ballots if mailed by Election day


Absent voter ballot applications begin arriving to registered Michigan voters


All Michigan voters will receive applications to vote absentee by mail


Local elections being held Tuesday in Upper Michigan


Election officials prepare for presidential primary, have final reminders for voters


Votes on absentee ballots can be changed for Michigan presidential primary election


Absentee voters can vote again if favorite candidate is out


Norway-Vulcan Area Schools hoping community passes sinking fund millage


Marquette sees voter registration averages more than double with new rules in effect


Menominee County to vote on 911 surcharge next month


Sanders expands Michigan operations 3 weeks before primary


NMU working towards voter friendly recognition


Ishpeming Public Accuracy Test ensures fairness in upcoming Presidential Primary Election


Looking ahead to the 2020 Michigan primaries


Liberal PAC files 3rd challenge to Michigan election laws


Michigan shaping up to be a crucial battleground state in 2020


November elections held Tuesday across Upper Michigan


Iron Mountain to vote on school liaison officer millage


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Black transgender man fatally shot by Florida police

At least 11 transgender or gender nonconforming people have been killed this year, according to the Human Rights Campaign.

Ex-officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with murder

The suspect's knee was on his neck for more than 8 1/2 minutes, including 2 1/2 minutes after he had passed out, according to a criminal complaint.

Coronavirus puts hog farmers in uncharted territory: Killing their healthy livestock

“It’s an absolute last resort that is probably the hardest decision farmers will make in their farming careers,” the head of a pork producers association said of euthanizing herds.

Coronavirus quietly started spreading as early as January, CDC says

By early February, there was "cryptic circulation" of the virus.

Minnesota Gov. Walz vows to restore order to Twin Cities rocked by protests

"We have to restore order to our society before we can start addressing the issues," the governor said.