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Special meeting for the Ishpeming Public School's Board of Education


Escanaba City Manager to stay on the job


Holocaust survivor Martin Lowenberg speaks about the power of love and hate


Houghton High School holds Veterans Day ceremony


TV6 Canathon begins


November is Lung Cancer Awareness month and doctors are reminding at risk patients to get screened


'A Solider's Heart' Vietnam War art display opens at Fredeen Gallery


UP veteran reflects on service during WWII


Update: Investigation into Pioneer Catholic Cemetery vandalism continues


Marquette Pridefest to have new location, new date for 2020


NMU fraternity member facing long recovery; GoFundMe page set up


Floriano-Stecker-Kelly American Legion Post 340 in Hermansville hosts Veterans Day event


Whiteout conditions Monday in western Gogebic County


Marquette welcomed new celebration for Veterans Day


West Branch Sportmen's Club hosts free sight-in days


Christmas Open House held at UPHS-Bell hospital


'Up There,' movie made in Upper Peninsula, hits local screen


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Afghan president: Taliban to release 2 American University profs in prisoner swap

Kevin King, a U.S. citizen, and Timothy Weeks were kidnapped at gunpoint from the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul in August 2016.

Buck crashes into hospital, then is struck and killed by car

Bucks in heat will often ram their own reflections in windows, perceiving them as threats, the Tennessee wildlife agency says.

Second trial against Arizona border activist who helped migrants to begin

A jury in June deadlocked on charges against Scott Warren, who was charged with conspiracy to transport and harbor migrants.

President Jimmy Carter to undergo procedure to relieve pressure on brain after falls

The 95-year-old former president has fallen at home at least twice in recent months.

San Diego State suspends 14 fraternities as student dies after frat event

Dylan Hernandez was hospitalized early Thursday following a fraternity event and died this week, the university confirmed.