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We have a winner! Fred Zollner of East Tawas is the winner of our Bow Hunter's Prize Package!  Pictured L-R, John Carroll, Owner of Carroll Broadcasting, Fred Zollner our winner and Heidi Brock, Carroll Broadcasting Marketing Specialist.  Fred got his 8 point hunting in Iosco County, and joined the Hunt Club! Thanks to everyone to who entered! You can see all the entries and pictures on our website, hitsfm.net. And, now it's time for the rifle hunters! Again, when you get your deer, take a picture and join the Hunt Club! Over 18 please! We have a prize package valued at over $2,000.00!! See it all at hitsfm.net and good luck hunters!

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Chris Watts' father-in-law calls him 'heartless monster' during sentencing for killing pregnant wife, young daughters

Chris Watts' father-in-law calls him 'heartless monster' during sentencing for killing pregnant wife, young daughters

Weld County Sheriff(DENVER) -- The Colorado man convicted of killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters was called a "heartless monster" by his father-in-law at Mondays sentencing hearing.

Chris Watts, 33, was sentenced to five life sentences with no possibility of parole for the murders of his pregnant wife, Shanann Watts, 34, and their daughters Celeste, 3 and Bella, 4.

Shananns fathe...

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Groom describes difficulty of losing friends during Costa Rica rafting accident

Groom describes difficulty of losing friends during Costa Rica rafting accident

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Members of a bachelor party, which turned tragic after a whitewater-rafting accident in Costa Rica killed several attendees, described to ABC News how difficult it was to inform their families.

Luis Beltran, the groom, and 13 of his friends and family were on a rafting tour on Oct. 20 when all three rafts they were occupying capsized, killing Beltrans brother, Ser...

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White House goes after Jim Acosta's press pass again as CNN seeks hearing

White House goes after Jim Acosta's press pass again as CNN seeks hearing

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- CNNs chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta is once again under fire from the White House over his press pass, which was revoked earlier this month and temporarily restored by a court order Friday.

As it stands, Acosta is guaranteed use of his press pass to the White House through the end of the month. But the White House wasted no time informing Acosta of a...

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Girlboss panelists discuss the top career mistakes women make and how to avoid them

Girlboss panelists discuss the top career mistakes women make and how to avoid them

Hannah Bronfman at the Girlboss Rally. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for GirlBoss Rally NYC 2018(NEW YORK) -- Over a 1,000 women from 31 countries gathered in New York City this weekend for the GirlBoss Rally, a two-day womens career and networking conference organized by Sophia Amorusos Girlboss platform.

The GirlBoss Rally featured panels on topics ranging from equal pay, building confidence and ho...

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Mandy Moore marries fiance Taylor Goldsmith

Mandy Moore marries fiance Taylor Goldsmith

Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Communities in Schools of Los Angeles(LOS ANGELES) -- Actress and singer Mandy Moore is a married woman.

The This Is Us star married musician Taylor Goldsmith over the weekend, her rep confirms to ABC News.

According to E! News, the nuptials were "an intimate backyard wedding at Mandys home that started just after sundown on Sunday evening." Only close friends ...

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Type 1 Diabetes: The daily struggles of dealing with the invisible, incurable disease

Type 1 Diabetes: The daily struggles of dealing with the invisible, incurable disease

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- November is National Diabetes Month, but for the more than a million children and adults in the U.S. living with Type 1 diabetes, every day and night is a constant reminder of a physically and emotionally tedious disorder that requires constant monitoring.

"I wear an insulin pump, a continuous glucose monitor, do several finger-sticks a day, count carbohydrates," s...

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