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Ewen man gets more prison time for drug and weapon charges


Kingsford teen receives jail time and probation for home invasion charge


Norway man pleads guilty to lesser meth charge


Teen's assault case dismissed in Houghton County Circuit Court


Iron Mountain man to serve time after attempted murder charges


Delta County woman enters guilty pleas to meth charges


Wisconsin man charged for 1976 double homicide appears in court for initial appearance


Man who illegally shot well-known buck in South Marquette receives probation


Marquette man sentenced for breaking into businesses


Downstate man enters not guilty plea by reason of insanity on murder charge


Negaunee woman set for sentencing for fleeing police in a stolen car


Man sent to prison for breaking into Houghton hardware store


Marquette teen sentenced to jail for breaking into vehicles


Two men accused of kidnapping a five-year-old child appear in court


Minnesota man sentenced to prison for bringing drugs into the U.P.


Marquette man set for jury trial for allegedly threatening district judge


Marquette man pleads guilty to weapons charge


Genevieve Meyers set for new jury trial for homicide charge


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VA employee charged with hiding cameras in women's restroom

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