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Cemetery tour highlights artists lives in Marquette


Work to begin soon for noise reduction at Marquette Energy Center


Iron Mountain hosts Tourism Conference


City of Marquette beaches closed Tuesday evening, until further notice


Construction for new Ishpeming roundabout to begin in 2023


Negaunee's Miners Park vandalized for third time


Pictured Rocks campsites will all require reservations effective July 11


Rotary Club dedicates new pavilion to Millie Hill


Health facility to help survivors of violence coming soon


Get ready for firework season


Dia de Los Tacos closing in September


San Francisco is 1st major US city to ban e-cigarettes


Gov. Whitmer signs several House, Senate bills


Marquette passes new city park traffic ordinance for Presque Isle


Girl Scout dies after ‘freak accident’ at Indiana camp


350 kids participating in Redeemer Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School


National HIV Testing Day is June 27; Michiganders urged to make testing part of their lives


Community replaces Mining Journal carrier's stolen cart


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Video shows deputies finding baby alive in plastic bag abandoned in Georgia woods

"She still had her umbilical cord and part of the placenta," the man who called 911 said.

CBP says it's not low on supplies after claims of 'appalling' conditions for migrant children

A CBP official said Tuesday the agency was not running low on supplies in response to reports that people looking to make donations were being turned away.

Cardi B pleads not guilty to strip club fight charges

She initially faced misdemeanor charges of assault and reckless endangerment, but was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges earlier this month

First Medal of Honor awarded to a living Iraq veteran

In a ceremony at the White House today, President Trump awarded the Medal of Honor to former Army Staff Sgt. David G. Bellavia, who is the first living Iraq War veteran to receive the recognition. Bellavia was honored for his actions in the bloodiest battle of the Iraq War, the Second Battle of Fallujah, which also happened to be his 29th birthday.

San Francisco becomes first major U.S. city to ban e-cigarettes

The ordinance prohibits the sale of electronic cigarettes in the city until marketing for the devices are approved by the Food and Drug Administration.