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Marquette County Jail switches to e-messaging system

Sexual misconduct allegation against Fr. Frank Lenz forwarded to Vatican

Woman injured after hitting horse in Ishpeming Township

Marquette woman wins $100,000 Powerball prize

UPDATE: Flagstar Bank explains transition problems that led to 'frustration and inconvenience'

Chatfield, Casperson plan to form new oversight panel for Line 5 tunnel

MDOT: Reduced lanes on Escanaba River Bridge through winter

LaFave: New plan would repeal Michigan’s bottle deposit law

UM-Dearborn’s iLabs’ eCities research recognizes Houghton for supporting business

Dickinson County Healthcare System names interim CEO, CRO

UPPCO highlights the home heating assistance program, winter protection plan

Michigan Economic Development Corporation announces support for UP Paper

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: New Soo Lock receives $32 million

Historic Vista Theater to develop 'much-needed' business plan

No injuries reported from rollover crash in Marquette Township

Range Bank announces first full-service Branch in Wisconsin

Additional funding for stamp sands project

SAIL gets $654k grant to develop living services for UP Native American communities

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Alabama 9-year-old dies by suicide after racist taunts and bullying, her family says

Eddwina Harris, the girl's aunt, said much of the bullying stemmed from McKenzie Adams' friendship with a boy at her school.

Steph Curry doubts U.S. landed men on moon, NASA offers to prove it

"We’d love for Mr. Curry to tour the lunar lab at our Johnson Space Center in Houston, perhaps the next time the Warriors are in town to play the Rockets," said a NASA spokesman.

White woman accused of assaulting black teen at pool pleads guilty

Stephanie Sebby-Strempel, 38, was seen in a video telling a black teenager to leave because he did not belong.

As U.S. suicides rates rise, Hispanics show relative immunity

In California, the suicide rate for whites was almost four times higher than Hispanics, according to the state's Department of Public Health.

Indianapolis man dies trying to rescue dog from icy pond

The dog eventually got out of the water by himself.