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Rose City - Lupton Pumkin Bash

Don't miss the 4th Annual Rose City - Lupton Pumpkin Bash, Saturday October 14th 2017 at the Rose City Park. We will start the day off at 10Am with a 5k run/walk for all ages, $25.00 for adult...

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Northern Lights Arena, Alpena

Northern Lights Arena is a premier twin-sheet facility located in Alpena, Michigan. NLA opened in 2003 as the result of a dedicated community effort to build North East Michigan's first in...

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Curran Black Bear Festival - September 30th

Come to the Black Bear Capital of Michigan and join us for the annual Curran Black Bear Festival September 30th!  We celebrate the magnificent Black Bear with a Car Show, Craft Show, Bounce Ho...

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Paul Bunyan Days - Sept. 22, 23, 24

Paul Bunyan Days, September 22nd thru 24th! Furtaw Field, Oscoda Michigan. Come on out and bring the whole family.  Chainsaw carvers, Schmidt Amusement Carnival, Craft Vendors, Classic Ca...

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Music News

Police vehicle set on fire, 3 arrested at Georgia Tech during 'violent protests'

Police vehicle set on fire, 3 arrested at Georgia Tech during 'violent protests'

ABC News(ATLANTA) -- Three people were arrested and students were ordered to shelter in place at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta on Monday as violent protests erupted in response to the police shooting death of a student who allegedly had a knife, the university.

The protests broke out after a peaceful vigil for Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz, 21, who was fatally shot by polic...

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Neighbors fret as Putin, Russia kick off war games on border with Europe

Neighbors fret as Putin, Russia kick off war games on border with Europe

Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images(MOSCOW) -- Russia put on a display of heavy firepower for president Vladimir Putin and foreign media gathered Monday to watch military exercises that are believed to be some of the largest held since the end of the Cold War.

Putin watched as dozens of planes and artillery units unleashed a barrage of projectiles onto a firing range close to Saint Petersburg as part o...

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Trump to call out 'shared menace' of Iran, North Korea in UNGA address

Trump to call out 'shared menace' of Iran, North Korea in UNGA address

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump will use his landmark first address to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday to outline his "America First" ideology to a global audience -- underscoring what hell argue is the importance of nations "sovereignty," while also using the platform to call out a shared menace in the destabilizing activities of North Korea and Iran.

A senior administr...

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Controversial fight decision prompts Las Vegas refunds

Controversial fight decision prompts Las Vegas refunds

Ethan Miller/Getty Images(LAS VEGAS) -- Large bets for for Gennady Golovkns title fight against Canelo Alvarez have to be refunded after a controversial decision left bettors and bookmakers disappointed.

Oddsmakers believed Golovkin had won the fight heading into the decision. But when the decision was announced, judge Adelaide Byrd had seen things differently. She had Alvarez an easy 188-110 ...

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Backstage, "Dancing with the Stars" contests are pumped up after season premiere

Backstage, "Dancing with the Stars" contests are pumped up after season premiere

ABC/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) -- The battle for the Mirror Ball trophy got underway Monday night as season 25 of Dancing with the Stars premiered.

No contestants broke away from the pack on the premiere. But backstage, many told ABC Radio they were happy with their performances and excited about the competition.

Former NFL star Terrell Owens finished the night second to last, but, the ni...

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Woman paralyzed from waist down hikes the Pacific Crest Trail

Woman paralyzed from waist down hikes the Pacific Crest Trail

ABC News(ANZA, Calif.) --Stacey Kozel recently hiked the Pacific Crest trail.

Its an amazing feat for Kozel, who has lupus, and is paralyzed from the waist down, Though she walks with the help of braces, she completed the entire trail alone.

From March to September, Kozel, 41, of Medina, Ohio, traveled 2,650 miles from the Mexican border to the Canadian border, through California, Oregon and ...

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