Marquette County Board of Commissioners in support of Enbridge Resolution

Tue Sep 17 19:38:16 PDT 2019

Marquette County Board of Commissioners in support of Enbridge Resolution

Wellness Wednesday: Take five, ways to manage anger and stress

Kristine McPeak, health coach, shares ways to effectively manage anger and stress. Learn more tools from Kristine at https://www.facebook.com/InnerPeaceSHINE/

COVID-19 pandemic affecting food trucks more positively than most businesses

While restaurants have been affected negatively by the coronavirus pandemic, some food trucks in Marquette have seen an increase in customers.

Gov. Whitmer calls for a national plan for COVID-19

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer testified virtually on Tuesday before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce; her testimony, calling on the federal government to help states increase testing for COVID-19.

Weather On Demand 6/3/20

Weather On Demand 6/3/20

Schools face budget cuts, unknowns

As one school year comes to an end, administration focuses on another.

 

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NBC News Headlines

Map: See the locations of protests and rallies for George Floyd

More than 350 protests across the country have erupted in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota last week.

Fighting against racism and systemic oppression: A first-time protester finds her voice

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.

N.Y. Gov. Cuomo should publicly apologize for comments on NYC police, chief says

Cuomo on Tuesday criticized the NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio over their handling of looting amid unrest in the city Monday night, saying they "did not do their job."

Protests show no sign of fading more than a week after George Floyd's death

"We want change," demonstrators in Washington, D.C., chanted.

Sentenced to life as teens, they fear getting coronavirus before getting a second chance

The Supreme Court gave "juvenile lifers" a shot at freedom. Many are still waiting, even as COVID-19 spreads.