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First COVID-19 case confirmed in Dickinson County

UPHS-Marquette: 'Multiple' COVID-19 patients isolated, being treated

LIST: Reported COVID-19 positive cases in Upper Michigan

Jacobetti Home for Veterans staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Michigan Tech 3D printing personal protective equipment for local hospitals

TV6 to air Gov. Whitmer Town Hall Thursday evening

Coronavirus 2020: Submit your photos to TV6 & FOX UP

UP takeout, delivery options during coronavirus business shutdown

Tax payers, tax preparers newest target in latest scam

UPDATE: Republic man diagnosed with COVID-19 now in hospital

Dickinson Iron Community Services Agency providing 'essential' programs

Sugarloaf Mountain closed through April 13

Dickinson County Library offers virtual library cards

Why aren't more details being released about Upper Michigan COVID-19 cases?

Norlite Nursing Center worker tests positive for COVID-19

Second confirmed case of COVID-19 in Marinette County

Calumet High School teacher featured on Today Show for educational videos

Western UP Health Department reports testing statistics

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Health care workers see wave of infection coming in their ranks

States like Ohio and Minnesota are already seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases among front-line health care workers.

Georgia murder suspect in standoff with Florida police, missing toddler found safe

Police arrived at a home in Macon, Georgia, to find the child missing and his grandparents and aunt shot to death.

Doctors can't use COVID-19 antibodies from gay men or anyone taking PrEP

Health officials say they have to turn away potential donors even if they have valuable coronavirus antibodies that could help save the seriously ill.

Man who said he has coronavirus attempts 'suicide by cop,' police say

The man is overweight, has diabetes and thought he was going to die, a New York Police Department official said. "He wanted the cops to shoot and kill him."

One nursing home offers grim advice: Take your loved ones home

Coronavirus cases are increasing so rapidly that one New York nursing home CEO is advising families to take their loved ones home if possible.