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A Spring Concert

The Tawas Community Concert Band presents "A Spring Concert", directed by Brian Carter.  Monday, April 24th at 7:30 pm at the Tawas Area High School. As an added bonus to the concert, the TCCB...

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When Amelia Earhart Came To Michigan

The Iosco County Historical Society Presents "When Amelia Earhart Came To Michigan". The presentation will take place on Wednesday April 26th,2017 at 6:30pm, 405 West Bay , East Tawas. Michigan...

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Additional Events in Northeast Michigan:

  Where to Go & What to Do here in Northeast Michigan can be heard on WKJC FM Thursday's at 4:15pm and  5:15pm.  Friday's at 4:15pm and 6:15pm. Saturdays at 11:15am...

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Arkansas carries out first double execution in U.S. since 2000

Arkansas carries out first double execution in U.S. since 2000

iStock/supparsorn(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) -- Arkansas has executed Marcel Williams, 52, just after 10:30 PM local time on Monday. His was the second execution of the night, making this the first double execution in the country since 2000.

U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker had halted Williams' execution while his attorneys argued whether the nights first execution had gone properly. Williams was se...

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Leading French candidate targeted by group behind DNC hacks, research firm says

Leading French candidate targeted by group behind DNC hacks, research firm says

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- Leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign has been the target of cyberattacks at the hands of the same group linked to attacks against the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign team, according to a reputable security research firm.

Feike Hacqueboard, a senior threat researcher with security firm Trend Micro, told ABC News ...

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days

White House press secretary Sean Spicer defends Trump's 'significant' work in 100 days

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended the president's record less than a week before the benchmark of the administration's first 100 days in office.

"When you look at the totality of what we've accomplished ... it is unbelievable what he has been able to do," Spicer said at Monday's press briefing.

He bristled at questions specifically asking whether the preside...

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Bill O’Reilly, 'sad' over firing, returns to podcast

Bill O’Reilly, 'sad' over firing, returns to podcast

Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Bill O'Reilly is "sad" that he is no longer hosting his "O'Reilly Factor" program on Fox News, but says, in the wake of the sexual harassment claims that drove him from his spot in front of the camera, that he is "confident the truth will come out."

The conservative commentator made his first spoken comments since being fired from his show last week on his...

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"Dancing with the Stars 24" Recap: In a stunning upset, Heather Morris earns a perfect score but gets voted off

"Dancing with the Stars 24" Recap: In a stunning upset, Heather Morris earns a perfect score but gets voted off

ABC/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) -- On Monday nightsDancing with the Stars, it was the men versus the women for the first ever Boy Bands vs. Girl Groups night, with the remaining eight stars strutting their stuff to popular vocal groups. Appropriately, Season 21 runner-upNick Carterof theBackstreet Boyssat in forJulianne Houghas a guest judge.

It was an exciting night filled with splash...

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Malaria patients number more than 1,000 in US hospitals each year

Malaria patients number more than 1,000 in US hospitals each year

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Malaria may seem like a disease from bygone days to many people in the United States.

But a new study published Monday in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene finds that, every year, more than a thousand patients are hospitalized in the U.S. for malaria infections -- virtually all contracted in other countries -- with some turning deadly.

While mala...

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