Escanaba Workers 'Pumped' About Treating Roads Before Snow HitsSnow in the Upper Peninsula is as certain as a hot pasty. At least one city is experimenting with a different way to keep the roads clear.
Bottoms Up! Website Ranks "10 Drunkest Cities In Michigan"Which cities are the booziest, most drunken places in the state?
Buses Showed Signs Of Tampering Say Bus Drivers In LawsuitThe women say in documents filed in Delta County Circuit Court that they complained to the district and had lost wages, lost benefits and emotional distress.
Macomb Community College-led Group Gets $24.9M Federal Grant For Advanced ManufacturingMacomb Community College, on behalf of the Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing (M-CAM), has been awarded a $24.9 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to train workers for advanced manufacturing jobs.
Man Gets 25 To 50 Years For Torture Of Girlfriend's TeenAn Michigan man who pleaded guilty to abusing his girlfriend's teenage son has been sentenced to 25 to 50 years in prison.
Michigan Mom Sentenced In Abuse Of Teen SonA woman who abused her 15-year-old son and kept him inside their home in the Upper Peninsula for four years has received prison time.
UP Mom Pleads Guilty To Torturing SonA woman has pleaded guilty to torturing and abusing her son who was kept inside their home in the UP for four years.
Escanaba OKs Bell's Brewery Plans For UP PlantBells Brewery Inc. has received the Escanaba City Council's approval to buy property for a $2.5M manufacturing plant.
Police: Michigan Teen Tortured, Kept In Attic For Years"Neighbors were surprised there was a child in the house .. It was shocking to them," police said.
Merit Network Installs First REACH-3MC II 'Telecom Hut' in EscanabaMerit Network Inc. announced the installation of the first telecommunications hut as part of the REACH-3MC II broadband stimulus project. The hut was successfully deployed on the campus of Bay de Noc Community College.
UP Teen Gets Prison Time In Cattle TortureA judge has sentenced a 17-year-old Escanaba boy to 18 months to four years in prison for torturing cattle last summer.