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Missing Marquette hunter found early Sunday

CHAMPION, Mich. (WLUC) - A Marquette hunter is back with his family Sunday after going missing Saturday. The Marquette County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a missing hunter on Lake Lory Road in Champion Saturday night. Around 7:00 p.m., 69-year old Marquette resident Miles Mattson was reported


Marquette Arts and Culture Center's Holiday Arts Sale deemed a huge success at new venue

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The Marquette Arts and Culture Center held its 18th annual Holiday Arts Sale Saturday afternoon, but at a new location. This year, organizers decided to change venues to the Marquette Regional History Center. It gave both artists and the community a new experience, that see


Marquette BLP board changes, hears updates

The BLP Board of Directors also discussed decreasing the number of scheduled meetings from two to one per month and heard updates from staff. At its annual organizational meeting, the board re-elected Tom Tourville as chairman and Dave Puskala as vice chairman in two unanimous votes. Board member Bo

MINING JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Travel Marquette executive director resigns

Michelle Cook, a member of Travel Marquette's Board of Directors, said filling the position is a top priority for the organization. "We hope to fill the position in an expedient manner and this is of the utmost importance to the board," Cook said. "In the meantime we are working with the staff to

MINING JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly new location in Marquette County; needs volunteers

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly has a new location in Marquette County. Little Brothers is a primarily volunteer-based organization who matches volunteers to elderly in the community who may need assistance or company. Little Brothers puts on Thanksgiving meals and


Ladies Night, Marquette style

Musician Elsa Jensen plays during the Don't Tell Me to Smile: An Evening of Marquette's Fiercest Female Songwriters show at the Ore Dock Brewing Company as a part of the 21st Annual Ladies Night. (Journal photo by Corey Kelly) Jason Schneider, center, gives Mindy Kantola, left, and Christy Budnick a


Body found in Marquette's Lower Harbor

MARQUETTE, MI-- Marquette City Police say a body has been found in Lake Superior. Friday around 9 a.m. officers received a call that a body was in the water approximately 200 yards south of the Lower Harbor ore dock. Upon arrival police located the body of an unidentified man near shore. Officers an


Body found in the water by Hampton Inn; Marquette

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - 9:45am: Law enforcement is currently responding to a body found in the water by the Hampton Inn in Marquette early Friday morning. We have no details if the body is possibly 53-year-old Robert Anderson and 37-year-old Sarah Hall. The two went missing on October 24th after


AG: Westbury man, doctor illegally performed plastic surgeries

An unlicensed plastic surgeon from Westbury and a licensed physician from Jackson Heights, Queens, face charges they engaged in a four-year scheme to illegally perform plastic surgeries on more than 60 patients, officials said. Brad Jacobs, 56, of Westbury, was arraigned on an indictment Thursday in


Love Story: Marie and Frank Iadevia of Westbury

Frank and Marie Iadevia of Westbury celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary in September 2017 with their family. Photo Credit: Iadevia family Marie Iadevia of Westbury recalls the day she met future husband Frank and how her courtship turned into a family affair. My brother was serving in the Ar


Families grieve for 2 young men apparently murdered by MS-13 gang

Pallbearers carry the coffin of Javier Castillo, 16, of Central Islip, from St. John of God Roman Catholic Church in Cental Islip, on Nov. 9, 2017. Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz Kerin Pineda and Javier Castillo were just children when they left their home years ago, running from MS-13 and the g

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-18 11:00:00

New state law gives those with a record a second chance

Passed by the State Legislature in April, the law allows defendants to apply to permanently seal up to one felony or two misdemeanors a decade or more old. Rick Collins, at his Mineola office, Friday, Nov. 16, 2017, was instrumental in drafting a new law that allows people convicted of non-violent

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-19 19:46:00

Ultrasound 'reveal centers' offer parents a preview of baby

Moiz Hasan, owner and sonographer at Impact Medical Technologies, poses for a portrait at his office in Hicksville Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. Photo Credit: Barry Sloan Iris Rodgers needed an emotional break from the stress of her job as a registered diagnostic sonographer in high-risk maternal fetal

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-19 11:51:22

Not too late for Mitchel Field

Field 6 at Mitchel Field in Uniondale. In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson dedicated what was supposed to be the John F. Kennedy Cultural Center at Mitchel Field. Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp 'Here in this center, men and women will come to enjoy and learn of the noblest creations of the mind and

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-19 11:02:00

New leaders have a fresh opportunity to develop Nassau Hub

An artist's rendering imagines what buildings and streets could look like if the area around the Nassau Coliseum were developed as an innovation district. The rendering comes from the August 2017 report "Nassau Hub Innovation District: Transforming the Nassau Hub Biotech Park into a Competititve 21

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-19 23:09:00

Aviation museum pumpkin tradition offers smashing good time

The Pumpkin Drop was started eight years ago to draw people to the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City. Photo Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz For Jason Jackrel of North Bellmore, it started eight years ago. That's when the Cradle of Aviation Museum first organized its annual Pumpkin Drop, an even

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-19 21:42:08

Nazareth parents: School was unsafe during state trooper shooting on Election Day

Right around lunch time on Election Day, Paul Soporowski got an email, text and phone call from the Nazareth Area School District alerting him that his daughters' school, Butz Elementary, was on lockdown because of an active shooter in the area. Nazareth schools went on lockdown around 11:30 a.m. on

ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL - 2017-11-19 11:00:00

Fire forces evacuation at Gross Towers; cause under investigation

Residents were evacuated Sunday morning at Gross Towers in Allentown after a fire broke out in a hallway, filling the building with thick smoke, a fire official said. The fire happened around 10 a.m. at the apartment complex at 647 14th Street. When crews arrived, they found heavy smoke throughout t

ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL - 2017-11-19 15:45:00

Smoke prompts partial evacuation of Gross Towers

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - A small fire prompted the partial evacuation of Gross Towers in Allentown Sunday morning. Allentown fire officials said one woman was transported to the hospital for suspected smoke inhalation. Officials said two juveniles were also assessed by paramedics but were not transported. T

WFMZ-TV ONLINE - 2017-11-19 19:37:53

Rainy weather doesn't dampen spirits at W-B Christmas Parade

WILKES-BARRE - Michael Lawser and Ella Lowe have heartwarming reasons for liking Christmas, such as giving people presents and spending time with family. That doesn't mean they don't want candy, too. Lowe, Lawser and other friends and family were at South Main Street and Public Square as the Wilk

CITIZEN'S VOICE - 2017-11-19 09:06:59