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Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. reports second-quarter 2019 results

Michigan's 'Going PRO Talent Fund' can help employers

UPHS-Marquette names interim CEO

UPHS-Marquette staff welcomes new hospital

10 Marquette property owners awarded façade grants

Aquila receives final approval for last permit needed for Back Forty mine

Operating Engineers 324, Michigan Union Contractors Group ratify new highway construction deal

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

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Parents warned their children could be put in foster care over school-lunch debt

"This is a failure to provide your child with proper nutrition and you can be sent to Dependency Court for neglecting your child's right to food," the Pennsylvania district wrote.

What's behind Puerto Rico's protests, scandal? We explain.

The calls for Puerto Rico's governor to step down are unprecedented. Here's a look at what's behind them.

ESPN's Dan Le Batard calls out Trump, network's no-politics policy

“There's a racial division in this country that's being instigated by the president, and we here at ESPN haven't had the stomach for that fight,” he said.

Murderer released after being deemed too old to kill again, kills again

It took a Maine jury less than an hour to find Albert Flick guilty of murdering Kimberly Dobbie with her twin sons nearby in July 2018.

Video catches man scaling quickly down 19-story Philadelphia high-rise during fire

He climbed down from one of the top floors in less than three minutes. Authorities said he descended using chain-link fences that enclose balconies.