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Grocery, convenience stores restricted shopping hours list

Harbor Freight Tools to open Marquette Township store in former Gander Outdoors building

Habitat for Humanity Menominee River Kingsford ReStore open

Gladstone City Hall reopens Monday

Delta County Courthouse reopening to the public

VA in Iron Mountain moves forward with services

Dickinson County Library to welcome staff back June 8, limited services

Daisy Jo's Ice Cream Shop and Cafe opens

Reopening Update: COVID-19 testing in Marquette County

Virtual UP Pink Power walk raises $11,055

Downtown Marquette Farmers Market fills more online orders, needs volunteers

2020 UP State Fair looking to be 'the best fair yet'

Secretary of State branch offices reopen June 1 by appointment only

Curtis to hold Fourth of July celebration this year

UPDATE: Gov. Whitmer gives Tuesday afternoon coronavirus update

Memorial Day weekend Mackinac Bridge traffic drops 34 percent from 2019

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London protesters clash with police as thousands around world defy coronavirus bans to demonstrate

Paris, London and Tokyo were among the cities where demonstrations took place.

Two Buffalo officers charged with assault over police shoving 75-year-old man to ground

If the man, Martin Gugino, 75, was being disorderly, officers could have arrested him, the prosecutor said. "You don't take a baton and shove it ... and knock him down, and crack his head."

George Floyd memorial in North Carolina draws long lines of mourners

As a hearse carrying Floyd’s coffin arrived at the conference center in North Carolina, people chanted "black power" and "no justice, no peace."

Louisville artist creates projection of Breonna Taylor

Louisville artist Jaylin Stewart created a painting of Breonna Taylor that was projected onto the side of Louisville Metro Hall on what would have been Taylor’s 27th birthday. NBC News' Cal Perry reports.

Thousands expected to join George Floyd protests in D.C.

NBC News' Garrett Haake reports from Washington, D.C. where thousands are expected to join protests over the death of George Floyd today.