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UPDATE: High winds cause UPPCO outages in western Marquette County


UPDATE: May 1 snowfall record broken at NWS Negaunee Township office


City of Wakefield warns residents of flooding; proactive sandbagging has started


UPDATE: April winter storm knocks out power to thousands in Upper Michigan


UPDATE: US-2 reopens in Mackinac County


Mail delivery delays possible Monday


Four missing snowmobilers found this morning in Big Bay


MDOT ALERT: Don't ignore road closures


NWS Marquette: 200 inches of snow and counting


Damage to Negaunee school buses unknown


As blizzard conditions linger in Upper Michigan, side roads are buried in snow


UPDATE: Mackinac Bridge fully open


Roof collapse at Negaunee bus garage


Road conditions getting worse as blizzard warning continues


Gladstone residents asked to clear fire hydrants of snow and ice


Feb. 12 storm sets daily snowfall record at National Weather Service


No major problems reported in fast-moving winter storm


Marquette County Emergency Management: 4 emergency shelters on standby


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Los Angeles police officer charged with multiple rapes after DNA hit

The 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department could face life in prison after his DNA matched evidence in a 2015 cold case, authorities said.

Mayor under fire for last-minute cancellation of LGBTQ pride event

Reading, Pennsylvania, Mayor Wally Scott said he axed the event because the rainbow pride flag — which was set to fly over City Hall — is a political symbol.

Sex assault case against Kevin Spacey dropped

Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe cited the "unavailability of the complaining witness" in filing for dismissal.

For healthy blood pressure, both numbers matter

The study analyzed more than 36 million blood pressure readings from more than 1 million adults.

Microsoft will give away software to guard U.S. voting machines

The tech giant says it has tracked more than 700 cyberattacks by foreign adversaries against U.S. political organizations so far this election cycle.