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Developer to discontinue L'Anse Township wind farm development


Marquette Township board advances Brownfield Plan for former Cenex property


DoorDash food delivery service coming to Marquette


Soo Locks open as 2019 shipping season begins


No Empire Mine resurgence announcement Thursday


Nearly 400 Family Dollar stores to close in 2019


Update: AG Nessel opposes UPPCO's rate increase request


New Marquette Mountain general manager writes letter to community


Shopko announces bankruptcy filing, no further UP store closures


Cleveland-Cliffs Appoints Clifford Smith as Chief Operating Officer


Cleveland-Cliffs reports second-quarter results


JPMorgan Chase to announce more investments in Detroit


Sawyer International Airport adding another Chicago flight in May


Highland Copper Company Inc.'s Copperwood Project hopes to bring copper mining to area


Houghton County manufacturer adds jobs, production


Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. reports fourth-quarter and full-year 2017 results


Michigan Future Business Index provides economic overview for small businesses


UPDATE: Younkers store at Westwood Mall to close


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A world too hot and dangerous for children? Some millennials think so

“I had this internal struggle: ‘Do I really want to bring a child into this world?’” a Seattle 29-year-old said.

FBI arrests member of armed group stopping migrants in New Mexico

"The rule of law should be in the hands of trained law enforcement officials, not armed vigilantes," New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas said.

Protests erupt after police shoot woman near Yale University

"I am so deeply sorry to the individuals who were involved that this ever occurred," said the mayor of Hamden, Connecticut.

Outrage over armed militia groups detaining migrants at the border

Videos of civilian militia groups holding migrants at gunpoint before turning them over to the border patrol have sparked outrage and legal concerns among human rights groups. U.S. Customs and Border Protection tells NBC News it “does not endorse private groups or organizations taking enforcement matters into their own hands.”

Protests in Connecticut after police-involved shooting injures unarmed woman

There have been days of protests in New Haven, Connecticut, following a police-involved shooting that left an unarmed passenger injured. Video of the incident, in which two officers open fire on a vehicle thought to be connected with an armed robbery, gives an unclear picture of what really happened.