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Agency Confirms 2nd Measles Case in Michigan this Year


U of Michigan to Raise In-State Tuition by 2.9 percent


Schimel: School Grants Could be Used for Gun Training

Storms Wash Out Roads in Upper Peninsula

Flooding Closes Numerous Roads in Gogebic County

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Census Suggests Michigan Wolf Population Stable, Thriving


Census Suggests UP Wolf Population Stable, Thriving


Michigan Enacts Toughest Lead Rules in US after Flint Crisis

Michigan Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.6 Percent in May

Marquette Utility Burns Last Bits of Coal

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Mich. House Passes Online Gambling Bill


Mich. Legislature Gives Final OK for Private Industry Panel in DEQ


Lake Superior Dredging Project Delayed Until At Least Fall


Michigan Legislature Approves $56.8 Billion Spending Plan


Mich. House Votes to OK Breeding of Lions, Tigers and More
Snyder OKs Bill to Repeal, Replace Tax that Funds Medicaid
Michigan Bills Aim to Lower Seniors' Auto Insurance Premiums
Feds OK Plan to Rebuild Isle Royale Wolf Population
Michigan Senate Approves School Safety Legislation
Medicaid Work Requirement Bill Sent to Michigan Governor
Michigan Develops Website on Emerging Water Contaminants
Michigan Legislature Repeals State's Prevailing Wage Law
Michigan Voters to Decide on Legalizing Recreational Pot
Michigan Agency Grants Final Permit for Central UP Mine
Michigan Will Close Another Prison as Part of Budget Agreement
Snyder Approves Nearly $50M for Public Recreation Projects
Inmates Get Second Chance Through WITC

Inmates Get Second Chance Through WITC


Walker Meets with Trump at White House Luncheon
Schimel: School Grants Could be Used for Gun Training
National Guard to Help with Flooding in Northern Wisconsin
DNR: Spring Hunters Killed Nearly 39K Turkeys in Wisconsin
Walker Surveys NW Wis. Storm Damage
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed the state's second case of measles this year and warns the public of possible exposure to the contagious disease.

Agency Confirms 2nd Measles Case in Michigan this Year


U of Michigan to Raise In-State Tuition by 2.9 percent
Schimel: School Grants Could be Used for Gun Training
Storms Wash Out Roads in Upper Peninsula
Flooding Closes Numerous Roads in Gogebic County
Census Suggests Michigan Wolf Population Stable, Thriving
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One Man Sent to Hospital After Stabbing in Duluth

The Duluth Police Department says one man had to be brought to the hospital after a stabbing at the Windwood Townhomes in Duluth on Saturday evening.

Joseph Nease Gallery Announces James Brinsfield Exhibition

The Joseph Nease Gallery announced the opening of the twenty year retrospective exhibition of painter James Brinsfield on Saturday.

Community Members Enjoy CHUM Rhubarb Festival

Community members enjoyed the 14th annual CHUM Rhubarb Festival Saturday.

Volunteers Clean Up Skyline Parkway

Several volunteers helped pick up garbage on Duluth’s Skyline Parkway Saturday.

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