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Woman found dead in Ironwood Township

IRONWOOD TOWNSHIP, MI-- Gogebic County officials are investigating the death of a Wisconsin woman. Wednesday around 7:25 a.m. Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched in an attempt to locate a 65-year-old Woodruff resident. Information received from Wisconsin authorities led the Sheriff’s Office to start searching the areas of Copper Peak and Black River Harbor in Ironwood Township. Around 8 a.m. located the missing woman’s vehicle in the parking lot at Black River Harbor. They requested the...

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A U.S. Navy transporter plane carrying 11 people crashed into the Pacific Ocean off Japan. Eight survivors have been rescued, and the search for the other three is ongoing. NPR's Rob Schmitz joins us from Shanghai with more on this. Hi, Rob.

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