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Work on Marquette Township US-41 reconstruction, roundabouts project starts Monday


Work on US-2 Cut River Bridge to restart Wednesday


UPDATE: One dead in semi vs. car crash south of Escanaba


UPDATE: Three taken to hospital after head-on collision on M-35


UPDATE: Two taken to hospital after crash near Shiras Hills


1st overnight delivery reaches Tilden Mine later than planned


OPEN: Section of M-28 now open


MDOT: Snow being removed Thursday from Escanaba River Bridge


UPDATE: Morning crash on US-41 westbound near Kassel's Midway


Section of Marquette County Road 510 to close


Flooding closes part of Marquette County Road 557


UPDATE: Bridge construction projects across Michigan stall Tuesday; Specific locations released


Some UP work zones to remain active through Labor Day weekend


Escanaba River Bridge detour planned for Monday, Aug. 27


US-41 and Lakeshore Drive intersection signal upgrade project begins Tuesday


UPDATE: Mackinac Bridge OPEN again


US-2 by hospital down to one lane each way due to down power lines


UPDATE: 1 dead after semi vs. car crash on US-2 west of Ironwood


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