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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


Bay College holds town hall to discuss upcoming millage proposal


Applications for Michigan redistricting panel now available


Secretary Benson announces modernized voter registration on National Voter Registration Day


September 24 is National Voter Registration Day 2019


Votes remain mostly unchanged after Marquette City Commission election recount


Republicans file 2nd suit challenging redistricting panel


Final vote totals expected to come out this afternoon


Late night election results post changes to Marquette City Commission race


August elections to be held Tuesday across Upper Michigan


Democratic debate reaction in Marquette County


Two bonds in the Keweenaw are set to be voted on next week


Some Gwinn residents oppose sinking fund millage proposal


Gwinn Area Community Schools seeks millage for sinking fund


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Florida police issue warrant against former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown

The warrant charges Brown, formerly of the Steelers and more recently the Patriots, in connection with an alleged battery case in Hollywood, Florida.

Players suspended after bench-clearing brawl at Kansas-Kansas State game

The fight started after now-suspended Silvio De Sousa of the University of Kansas blocked an opponent's shot and then glared him down.

Black Texas teen told to cut his dreadlocks to walk at graduation

The teen's family is from Trinidad. He said that his dreadlocks are part of his heritage and that many men in his family wear them.

1 dead, 7 injured in downtown Seattle shooting

Police are working to determine how many shooters were involved in the fatal incident near Pike Place Market.

Hispanic Miami officer suspended after claiming 'one-drop rule' means he's black

"The one-drop rule ... which is what identifies and defines what a black man is, or a Negro," Capt. Javier Ortiz said during a public hearing.