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(RRN) Marquette City Police Warn of Credit/Debit Card Hacker
First it was counterfeit money, now it's credit card hacking that has Marquette Police concerned. Detective Mike Kohler says it appears that people are hacking into the card readers at local businesses, and then getting your account information. Then, the criminals use that account information to commit credit and debit card fraud...

(RRN) Operation Action U.P. To Hold Program Wednesday At NMU
Business leaders from across the Upper Peninsula are gathering in Marquette Wednesday for the annual Operation Action U-P meeting. Much of the morning session will feature a panel discussion on mining in the Upper Peninsula, with several industry experts discussing the future of mining on the region. Several other large businesses...

(RRN) Kingsford Public Safety Looks For Car In Hit-and-Run
Police in Kingsford are looking for a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run accident Monday night. Kingsford Public Safety says that a red, four-door, Pontiac Grand Prix hit another vehicle at the intersection of Maple and Hoadley Streets at about 7:00 Monday night…and then kept going. This vehicle was likely from the...

(RRN) Casperson To Hold Committee Hearing On Wolf Wednesday
The Michigan Senate Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday in response to a federal judge's ruling that put the grey wolf back on the federal endangered species list. Upper Peninsula State Senator Tom Casperson is the chairman of the committee. He says the state...

(RRN) Sen. Stabenow Fights Closure Of Kingsford Mail Center
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow has introduced an amendment that would stop the U-S Postal Service from closing the Kingsford Mail Processing Center for at least the next two years. The Kingsford facility handles and sorts the Upper Peninsula's mail and packages, but the Postal...

(RRN) Recall Petitions Filed Against Gladstone Commissioners
Recall petitions have been filed against three Gladstone City Commissioners. Local resident Tim DeClaire filed the petitions against Hugo Mattonen, Joe Maki, and Dave Nemecheck because they voted last year to raise the city's millage without having a public hearing. The city commission said that because the vote merely restored a previous...

(RRN) Marquette Police Report Increase In Counterfeit Money
Marquette Police are warning of funny money circulating in the area. Detective Mike Kohler says there have been reports of counterfeit cash being used at local businesses, with 20-dollar bills being the most common. There were also some phony five-dollar bills used as well. He says that local business owners…as well as...

(RRN) Ironwood-to-Detroit Hiking/Biking Trail Given Its Name
The hiking and biking trail that stretches from Ironwood to Detroit's Belle Isle Park now has a name. D-N-R Director Keith Creagh on Monday announced that this 900-mile-long trail will be known as "Michigan's Iron Belle Trail". The state put on a contest asking for name ideas, and almost nine....

(RRN) Pedestrian Dies In Schoolcraft County Traffic Accident
A pedestrian died in a traffic accident this weekend in Schoolcraft County. Michigan State Police say the accident happened Saturday afternoon on US-2 near Walters Road in Manistique Township. The pedestrian…51-year-old Leigh Peterson of Manistique…was hit by a vehicle driven by a 49-year-old man...

(RRN) Congressman Says Obama Has 'Lost Touch With Reality'
Upper Peninsula Congressman Dan Benishek says that President Obama has lost touch with reality. The Crystal Falls Republican says that the president's comments about the nation's improving economy shows that he does not know what's really heappening for most Americans."He says the economy is...

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