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M-28 from Chocolay Township to Munising has reopened


US-2/US-41 signal repairs in Gladstone


Sewer main repair closes portion of Division St. in Marquette


Traffic to shift Saturday on US-41/M-28 Marquette Township project


All lanes of Escanaba River Bridge to reopen Friday


Portage Lake Lift Bridge maintenance and testing next week


US-2 Escanaba River Bridge traffic shift set for Monday


Water main break closes Lake Shore Drive in Gladstone


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


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After spending days seeing her city gripped with trauma and fury, Minneapolis resident Ashley Phelps realized she didn't have the option to remain on the sidelines, and decided to join the protests. She spoke with NBC News about her experience as a first-time protester.