Michigan Man Loses Hunting Privileges After Poaching PleaAn Upper Peninsula man has lost his hunting privileges for life after allegedly poaching numerous animals, including gray wolves.
Northern Michigan High Schools OK'd for Soccer, Volleyball, SwimmingBut schools in other regions of Michigan need to wait to hear more from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the Michigan High School Athletic Association said.
Bald Eagle Attacks State Drone Sending It To The Bottom Of Lake MichiganA $950 drone belonging to the State of Michigan was being flown to document shoreline erosion damage in the Upper Peninsula when it was suddenly attacked by a bald eagle.
Michigan's Gray Wolf Population Has Stabilized At A Healthy LevelThe latest biennial survey conducted this winter estimated the predator species' population at 695, divided among 143 packs, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Michigan Ice Fest: What To KnowIf you thought no one could love icy conditions, think again!
Brook Trout Daily Possession Limit Still At 10 Fish For Select UP StreamsAn experimental regulation that allows for 33 streams in the Upper Peninsula to have a 10-fish daily possession limit for brook trout has been extended.
Michigan Deer Hunters Listen Up, New Rules In Place To Halt DiseaseState regulators are continuing a ban on baiting and feeding deer in Michigan's Lower Peninsula in an effort to prevent spread of chronic wasting disease.
Community Loses Lawsuit To Keep UP Prison OpenA judge has turned aside a legal challenge aimed at trying to keep a prison open in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
UP Couple Challenging Gun Restrictions In Foster Homes A gun-owning couple in the Upper Peninsula has cleared a key hurdle in challenging Michigan's restrictions on firearms in foster homes.
Upper Peninsula Man Gets 13 Years In Prison For MarijuanaA man described as the "kingpin" behind a marijuana operation in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been sentenced to nearly 13 years in federal prison.
Author Distills Upper Peninsula History, Prohibition EraThe book examines bootlegging and rum-running on the Great Lakes during prohibition imposed from 1918 to 1933 and the tensions that led up to it.