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Weather On Demand 1/21/20

Weather On Demand 1/21/20

Tickets for Teal Lake Meltdown available online until April 1

A $5 ticket will get you one entry guess as to when a replica mine head will fall through the ice on Teal Lake down to the minute. It's a 50/50 fundraiser for the GINCC and the Negaunee Lions Club. Half of the proceeds will go to the winning guesser, and the other half will be split equally between the two organizations.

GINCC continues to support businesses during COVID-19

The Greater Ishpeming Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce continues its efforts to support members and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. GINCC Executive Director Bob Hendrickson shares the latest details over Skype.

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Weather On Demand 3/30/20

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Some Instacart workers strike, others demand more as coronavirus alters labor landscape

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Popularity of Netflix's 'Tiger King' prompts sheriff to ask for leads in 1997 cold case

The Hillsborough County Sheriff jumped on the show’s success to ask for new info in the disappearance of Jack "Don" Lewis, former husband of Carole Baskin.

Anti-LGBTQ hate groups on the rise in U.S., report warns

In its annual report, the Southern Poverty Law Center largely attributes this 43 percent increase to the policies and rhetoric of the Trump administration.

Nursing homes hit hard by coronavirus; one Maryland home reports 66 cases

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 147 nursing homes in 27 states had patients with COVID-19, and the problem has only worsened since.