WLUC TV 6 is a US TV broadcaster that operates at Virtual CH 6 as a dual affiliate of Fox and NBC Network. Channel 6 News Marquette works under the ownership of Gray Television as a licensee of Marquette, Michigan. WLUC TV6 News serves the Western and Central Upper Penninsula of Michigan. The channel’s live coverage is available on local cable networks, satellite services, and over the air via an antenna. Meanwhile, it can also be streamed live on Live News Globe and the station’s official website https://www.uppermichiganssource.com/.
WLUC TV is home to the latest news, weather updates, live sports, election results, contests, and exciting TV shows. The channel’s news section WLUC TV 6 News includes state news, TV6 Morning News, national news, international news, state politics, national politics, and COVID-19 Vaccine. WLUC TV6 Weather includes weather radar, What’s Up with The Weather, and Storm Reports. Other features include Fox UP Live Stream, UP Jobs, The Spirit of Isle Royale, Suicide Prevention Resources, Someplace Special, latest videos, Pump Petrol, Congratulations, Steve!, Webcams, Obituaries, TV6 Canathon, and Birthday Club. Craft Show Schedule, Gray DC Bureau, Pets, PowerNation, and others are also included in the featured section.
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WLUC TV 6 Live Stream
Stream local news, breaking news, Channel 6 Weather Marquette updates, live sports telecasts, and exciting TV series on live news globe in 1080p resolution. Our streaming service is crisp, top-quality with less buffering.
WLUC TV6 Staff
WLUC TV 6 News staff consists of anchors, reporters, and the Gray DC Bureau team. All the news personalities are always ready to deliver the top-of-the-line and most accurate piece of information to the public. They are skilled in their respective fields and have been picked by the most qualified recruiters. Moreover, each member of WLUC TV6 Staff has a prestigious degree in their respective field which they have acquired from reputable universities in the country. Cody Boyer, Andrew LaCombe, Alyssa Jawor, Kendall Bunch, Elizabeth Peterson, Don Ryan, Pavlina Osta, and Tia Trugeon are among the most popular news personalities in Michigan.
Cody Boyer: Evening Anchor at WLUC TV6 Staff
WLUC TV6 welcomes Cody Boyer from Bozeman, Montana, a city that is growing at an exponential rate and borders Yellowstone National Park in Gallatin County. A Michigander, Cody grew up in Gladwin County in the Lower Peninsula and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University in 2014.
Cody’s Career Life
Bozeman, Montana’s News Leader KBZK / KXLF hired Cody as its senior reporter and evening anchor. Over nearly three years, Michael presided over anchor desks alongside great reporters like Chet Layman and Donna Kelley, in addition to overseeing a wide range of coverage in the field, earning multiple honors, as well as being voted “Bozeman’s Best Anchor” in 2020 and 2021 alongside Chet and Donna. A year after, he joined the list of journalists who covered the history of Ted Kaczinski, the so-called Unabomber, securing the only interview with Ed Sprout, the trucker who carried the Unabomber’s cabin across Montana to California without being caught by a camera.
Prior to joining KBZK, Cody served as an anchor and reporter at 9&10 News in Cadillac, MI, covering story after story throughout the state’s northern lower peninsula. Several Michigan Association of Broadcasters awards were presented to him in recognition of his coverage and focus on community events. In the aftermath of the death of hockey legend Gordie Howe, he met and interviewed “The Great One” Wayne Gretzky. In 2016, Cody participated in dozens of presidential campaign rallies and interviewed several candidates. Additionally, he reported on the impact of lead-contaminated water at animal shelters across Genesee County during the peak of the Flint Water Crisis. It was the first time a reporter has been able to travel through the Manistee National Forest in Wexford County by a potato truck to witness a Rainbow Family Gathering in Manistee County in 2015.
WLUC TV6 Weather Team
The network’s prestigious weather team is always ready to deliver the most accurate, most authentic weather transmission to the public. From everyday forecasts to severe weather alerts, WLUC TV6 News weather radar provides the results right away. You can also download the channel’s weather app and stay up-to-date with the latest weather news provided by the honorable WLUC TV6 weather team consisting of Chief Meteorologist Jennifer Perez, Weekend Meteorologist Cameron Chinn, and Evening Meteorologist Noel Navarro.
Jennifer Perez: Chief Meteorologist at WLUC TV6 Weather
Jennifer Perez is an award-winning meteorologist and member of the National Weather Association. Her time at KSPR’s Weather Team in Springfield, Missouri, where she spent some time in tornado alley, has brought her back to the Upper Peninsula. Moreover, her favorite weather is severe weather. Jennifer’s parents are from Puerto Rico, but she was raised in sunny Florida. Her favorite summer activity was watching thunderstorms. WJXT, her local news station in Jacksonville, Florida, showed her the weather department, and she knew then that meteorology was her future.
Perez completed her BA degree in Broadcast Journalism from thein 2011. WLUC-TV6 in Marquette, Michigan hired Jennifer as a reporter in 2012, once the shores of Lake Superior were clear. She traveled the entire U.P. state as a reporter and anchor as part of her reporting duties at the station, covering stories such as the 2012 presidential election and the integration of Duke LifePoint into the U.P. Health System. The Michigan Association of Broadcasters awarded her a mini-series award in 2015 for her work on medical marijuana. At the same time, she was pursuing a degree in meteorology.
Having reported for three years, Jennifer began her forecasting career in Lansing, Michigan at WILX News 10. Following her graduation from Mississippi State University in May of 2016, she began her career as a broadcast meteorologist. Continuing her education, she earned the Seal of Approval from the National Weather Association in November of 2020.
Among Jennifer’s favorite pastimes are hiking, exploring, being by the lake, and attending plays. Meanwhile, she is looking forward to returning to Lake Superior. Among her talents: she is fluent in Spanish, an ardent Disney fan, and a huge lover of chicken wings (all of them).
NBC Marquette Mobile Apps
Enjoy both TV6 & FOX UP and TV6 & FOX UP Weather mobile apps on the go. The news app offers up-to-the-minute news updates related to your area, state, and nation. Meanwhile, discover where the weather is moving with the channel’s smartest weather app.
TV6 & FOX UP Weather
Following are the features of TV6 & FOX UP’s Weather App:
- Offering special content tailored to mobile users.
- The highest resolution radar in the industry: 250 meters.
- Images of clouds at high resolution from satellites.
- Forecasts of future severe weather using radar.
- Multiple updates per hour of current weather.
- Save your favorite locations and view them at a later time.
- Computer model predictions update hourly on a daily basis.
- GPS tracking is integrated with the computer model.
- Get safe during severe weather via out-of-band push notifications.
- Moreover, the National Weather Service sends severe weather alerts.
WLUC TV News Listing
Have a look at the wonderful shows and programs that WLUC TV News has to offer. The following table represent all the list of shows.
|The Endgame Sleepover||The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||American Song Contest The Live Qualifiers Part 4||NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt|
|Late Night With Seth Meyers||Early Today||Top Story With Tom Llamas||TV 6 Morning News|
|Forensic Files||Days of Our Lives||The Good Dish||Today With Hoda and Jenna|
|TV 6 First Look||The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Dr. Phil||Judge Judy|
|Wheel of Fortune||Jeopardy!||The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Mr. Mayor Sister Cities|
|Young Rock What Business?||The Thing About Pam She’s a Killer||Late Night With Seth Meyers||Forensic Files Constructive Criticism|
|Top Story With Tom Llamas||NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt||The Good Dish||Chicago Med Judge Not, for You Will Be Judged|
|Chicago P.D. New Guard||Law & Order Wicked Game||Wonderama||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit|
|The Blacklist Helen Maghi||Cornerstone Media||Pets.TV Shambala Preserve||Saturday Today|
|Wild Child Down Under||Law & Order: Organized Crime||Earth Odyssey With Dylan Dreyer||The Voyager With Josh Garcia|
|Men in Blazers||Monster Jam||AMA Supercross||PGA Tour Special|
About WLUC TV
The station carried programming from all three networks offered at that time but was a primary CBS affiliate. Both WDMJ and WDMJ Radio (1320 AM) were owned by the Daily Mining Journal. On Washington Street in Downtown Marquette, it had its studios in the Mining Journal building on the top floor.
The station’s facilities quickly outgrew their capacity. Station studios in Negaunee Township were built in 1959. Post Corporation purchased the station in 1964, which owned WLUK-TV in Wisconsin, and renamed it “Lucky 6” to reflect its name at the time. Moreover, a network program first aired on WLUC in color in 1963 and all locally produced shows began airing in color in 1969 after the station purchased videotape equipment in color. As a result, its transmitter was moved to the southeast of the country and its original transmitter was demolished near its studios in Negaunee.
Studio facilities for WLUC-TV are located in Negaunee Township on US 41/M-28, and the station’s transmitter is located southeast of Republic in Republic Township. In order for WLUC’s primary signal to reach areas in Marquette that receive poor reception from the station’s transmitter, the station’s primary transmitter is relayed on translator station W14EM-D channel 14 (also mapped to virtual channel 6).