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Jury trial scheduled Chippewa Correctional Facility employee

Eagle Harbor man pleads guilty in child pornography investigation

UPDATE: Escanaba, Lake Hallie attempted robbery suspect to be federally charged

Man pleads guilty to meth-related charges in Iron County

NMU student faces 5 misdemeanors after LSD-fueled violence

Wisconsin man found guilty of fleeing an officer after police chase

Marquette tire shop employee arrested for stealing tires, rims to be sold

Marine faces charges after breaking into home, family terrified by horrific scene

3 years after disappearance, investigators still confident of resolution to Renkas case

Negaunee police seek driver who ran over parked motorcycle

Kingsford man arrested on meth charges

Hancock man arrested, arraigned on charges related to possession of child porn

UPDATE: Police seek suspect in Landmark Inn armed robbery

Overnight Helen Lake home break-in investigated

Ancient Egyptian mummy linens seized in Port Huron

UPDATE: Suspicious death investigation underway in Munising

Man arrested for pointing stolen, loaded rifle at Houghton County deputy

Ishpeming man arrested for assault in Marquette

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Oklahoma teen accused of threatening to shoot '400 people for fun'

Alexis Wilson was allegedly in possession of an AK-47 with six high-capacity magazines and several rounds of ammunition, along with a 12-gauge shotgun.

It's time for a flu shot, even if it doesn't work well, doctors say

There are already signs the U.S. may be in for a nasty flu season.

Ad blacklists cost LGBTQ news sites revenue, study says

LGBTQ news sites are being denied revenue because words like “lesbian” and “bisexual” are being banned by clumsy advertising “block lists,” a study found.

Cokie Roberts, renowned journalist with ABC News, dies at 75

She was "a true pioneer for women in journalism" who will be dearly missed, said the ABC News president.

Draining Arizona: Residents say corporate mega-farms are drying up their wells

Those who can afford to drill the deepest wells are the ones who get the water, while those who can’t are forced to abandon their property.