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Grocery, convenience stores restricted shopping hours list

VA in Iron Mountain moves forward with services

Dickinson County Library to welcome staff back June 8, limited services

Daisy Jo's Ice Cream Shop and Cafe opens

Reopening Update: COVID-19 testing in Marquette County

Virtual UP Pink Power walk raises $11,055

Downtown Marquette Farmers Market fills more online orders, needs volunteers

2020 UP State Fair looking to be 'the best fair yet'

Secretary of State branch offices reopen June 1 by appointment only

Curtis to hold Fourth of July celebration this year

UPDATE: Gov. Whitmer gives Tuesday afternoon coronavirus update

Memorial Day weekend Mackinac Bridge traffic drops 34 percent from 2019

Quiet reopening night for bars in downtown Marquette

Mackinac Bridge Authority asks customers to be patient as traffic increases, delays return

Northern Sun Winery reopens wine tasting room Friday with limitations

Reopening doctors, dentist offices could be next, Gov. Whitmer says

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Buffalo officers suspended after video shows them shoving 75-year-old at protest

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown said he was "deeply disturbed" by the video of a 75-year-old man being knocked to the ground during a protest.

NYPD officers could face suspension over clashes with protesters, commissioner says

Dermot Shea pleaded with politicians to camm their rhetoric against officers, who have been shot at and stabbed.

People protesting the death of George Floyd hit the streets for 10th night

Hundreds marched across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City in a massive show of mourning for Floyd, who died May 25 while in Minneapolis police custody.

Sterling K. Brown calls for 'looting to stop' in order to enact 'lasting change'

"This Is Us" actor Sterling K. Brown joins NBC News to talk about the ongoing national protests over George Floyd's death and asks for the looting to stop to enact "real lasting change."

Charlamagne Tha God calls multicultural protests a 'paradigm shift'

NBC News' Craig Melvin speaks to The Breakfast Club's Charlamagne Tha God about the ongoing protests over George Floyd's death and why he believes the multicultural protesters are signs of a "paradigm shift."