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Discarded cigarette believed to be cause of house fire in Delta County

Additional funding for stamp sands project

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

Engadine teacher wins award from the Michigan Lottery

MDOC breaks ground on first Vocational Village site for women

Nurses: Dickinson CEO’s departure is progress, but questions remain

Michigan Department of Corrections director receives national award

Aquila Resources appoints Jacques Perron to board of directors

USDA announces loan for Alger-Delta Cooperative Electric Association

DNR schedules public meeting on UPX minerals lease request

UPDATE: High speed pursuit ends with 2 charged in Delta County,

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes welcomes new CEO

Bay College to hold ahtletic complex addition groundbreaking ceremony

Enstrom receives New Zealand type certificate for several helicopters

Governor announces new cyber hub at NMU

DCHS a five-star recipient for pneumonia, sepsis outcomes in 2019

DNR game camera records cougar in Gogebic County

Wolves from Ontario to be relocated to Isle Royale this winter

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A 'great doctor': ER physician broke down as he treated colleague after Chicago shooting

"We get fairly used to dealing with trauma ... but when it is someone you know, that all goes out the window."

White supremacist pleads guilty in connection with violence at Calif. rally

Tyler Laube admitted being associated with the Rise Above Movement and assaulting people at a "Make America Great Again" rally in Huntington Beach.

Fluctuating list of wildfire missing confuses some in California

"If you see anyone on the list who is no longer missing please contact us so their name can be removed."

Chipotle rehires manager in viral video incident labeled racist

Twitter users unearthed old tweets in an effort to help a restaurant manager get her job back after a viral video showed her denying service to black men.

Skid Row vote fraudsters preyed on L.A. homeless, authorities charge

Nine people have been charged in connection with offering cash and cigarettes to L.A. homeless people in exchange for their signatures on ballot petitions.