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1-mile kids race kicks off Marquette Trail 50 Ultramarathon on Friday night

Suspect arrested in Iron Mountain break-ins

Marquette Choral Society prepares for summer concert

U.P. Recreational Camp wraps up for the summer

Fresh Catch art exhibit reels in good crowd in Marquette

GenCyber cyber security training camp comes to Michigan Tech.

Work is being done on the Calumet Colosseum to prepare for the Hockeyville game

EPA representative visits Buffalo Reef to get a firsthand look at the stamp sand problem.

Free ORV weekend encourages trail use statewide

Cancer Care golf outing aims to raise needed funds

Goat yoga classes taught at U.P. State Fair

9-year-old raises more than $200 at lemonade stand

Breitung Township Schools in Kingsford recieves $15K grant to be part of Lego pilot program

Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center hosts blood drive for veterans

Update: Investigation continues into sewage discharge in South Manistique Lake

Photo mosaic wall at U.P. State Fair raises awareness of Michigan conservation efforts

The American Red Cross searching for temporary housing for Pine Ridge residents

Border Patrol arrests 10 in Munising, 4 removed previously from U.S.

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Trump lashes out as recession fears grow

Donald Trump has apparently spent much of his vacation dispensing controversial rhetoric, some believe to distract from a possible economic downturn that could impact his re-election chances. Ayman Mohyeldin in for Joy Reid and panel discuss fears that the president’s behaviour and policies could contribute to a world-wide recession.

Proud Boys rally in Portland is latest test for police

While far-right groups could clash with anti-fascists, participation could also be more muted in the wake of recent mass shootings.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s plane bounced multiple times, went off runway during crash

Earnhardt was with wife Amy, 15-month-old daughter Isla, two pilots and a dog.

New York police question man after rice cookers placed in subway during rush hour

A West Virginia man is in custody in New York City in connection with the discovery of two rice cookers at a subway station and a third at a another location.

Ditch the switch? Call to go on permanent daylight saving time grows

Changing our clocks twice a year can be confusing — and it might also kill us, studies show. Now activists and some lawmakers are trying to do away with the "antiquated practice."