Annual EMS Awards honor best and brightest
The Marquette Alger Medical Control Authority issued four awards Wednesday honoring outstanding emergency medical services in Marquette and Alger counties.
Thu May 16, 2013
Missing 8-year-old boy found
The Marquette County Sheriff's Department used life tracking equipment to locate an 8-year-old Ishpeming Township boy that wandered away from his home on Wednesday.
Mon May 13, 2013
Road reopens after flood closure
The Marquette County Road Commission has announced that it is re-opening Grimes Road, also known as County Road JJG, at 3 p.m. on Monday.
Man Arrested In Niles For Stealing, Selling Chainsaws
WBBM Newsradio's Bernie Tafoya reports 34-year-old Ali Ivanov has been charged with felony theft.
Wed May 08, 2013
Recall petition denied
Recall efforts against four Gwinn School Board members have hit a roadblock. On Wednesday morning, the Marquette County Election Commission met to rule on the clarity and factuality of the recall petitions.
Tue May 07, 2013
Teens arrested for drinking and driving a stolen vehicle
Two teens were arrested after police say they stole a vehicle and crashed it into a tree after consuming alcohol.
Eagle Mine project gets extended life
Rio Tinto announced Monday they've added a year to the expected life of the Eagle Mine Project in northern Marquette county.
Mon May 06, 2013
Road block for ORV trail
A group of ORV riders seeking the connection for a trail in Chocolay township was denied by the planning commission at a meeting Monday night.
May 6-7, 1960: One of the Great May Snowstorms
One of the wettest periods on record in Upper Michigan culminated in a snowstorm over many sections on May 6-7, 1960.
Behind the lines in the battle against meth
Last year, over 60 people were prosecuted for meth-related charges in Marquette County.
Sun May 05, 2013
Group pays it forward and help saves lives
A group of Gwinn women, with the help of the community, raised $12,000 to buy 12 automated external defibrillators for Marquette County schools and businesses.
Sat May 04, 2013
Bright colors, derby hats, and raising money for a good cause
Women from across Marquette County dressed up in bright colors and wore thier Kentucky Derby hats to the Marquette Regional History Center Saturday .
Thu May 02, 2013
How to stay safe during a flood
Get all important items from off the floor, and if water is getting on your property get sandbags from a local retailer or check with Marquette Emergency Management.
Wed May 01, 2013
2013 morel season in Michigan is on its way
If you're hunting morels, you know that the first rule of putting dots on a map to say where you found them is to be imprecise.
Suspects identified in Wild Rover wallet theft
The Marquette City Police Department has announced the names of two people they believe stole a wallet from the Wild Rover Bar on March 5. Tricia Lou Savard, 33, and Charles Raymond Elvetici, 30, were arrested on March 21 by the Negaunee Police Department and are still being housed in the Marquette County Jail awaiting the judicial process.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Remembering workers killed in the field
The Marquette County Labor Council organized the event at the Cliffs Shaft Mine Museum.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Riding the rails
Nearly 200 students from western Marquette County got a look at Cliffs Natural Resources Friday.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Intersections more dangerous with distracted drivers
Viewers wanted to know what the Michigan Department of Transportation and their local county road commission are doing to keep intersections safe.
Detroit Free Press
Plans to trim runway at UP airport by 3,000 feet
Plans call for the runway at the Upper Peninsula's Sawyer International Airport to be shortened by more than 3,000 feet after a federal funding cut.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Views and brews in Marquette County
As snow starts to melt, waterfalls really start to flow. Marquette County has 77 waterfalls, which is the most of any county in the state.