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Last Auction of the Season!

It's the last auction of the season now thru April 29th at 3pm.  One last time to save big on over 131 items.  Golf Packages, Restaurant Packages, Septic Tank Cleaning, Jewelry, retail S...

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Where to go What to Do

Where To Go, What to Do - Great Places!

  Where to go, What to do here in Northeast Michigan can be heard on WKJC FM Thursday's at 4:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. - Friday's at 5:15 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. and Sat. at 11:15 ...

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A Night With Sneaky Pete! May 3rd, 2019

It will be a night with Sneaky Pete and the Forever Family Band, May 3rd at the Knights of Columbus Hall in East Tawas. The Event is a Fundraiser for Holy Family School PTO.  Dinner is from 6pm -...

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WKJC News Center

Suspect in Delphi double murder may be 'hiding in plain sight,' police say

Suspect in Delphi double murder may be 'hiding in plain sight,' police say

Lindsey Jacobson/ABC News(DELPHI, Ind.) -- The unknown suspect in the mysterious murder of two Delphi eighth-graders may live in the small Indiana town, police said Monday, as new information about the killer was released.

The male suspect is believed to currently or previously live in Delphi, work in town or visit on a regular basis, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter said at a ...

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Buckingham Palace responds to report Prince Harry, Meghan may move to Africa

Buckingham Palace responds to report Prince Harry, Meghan may move to Africa

Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images(LONDON) -- As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare for the birth of their first child, a new report claims the couple may raise their child for some time outside of the U.K.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly considering heading on a sabbatical for six months. Their likely destination is Africa, a place close to both of their hearts.

I think theyre l...

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Trump says he's 'not even a little bit' concerned about impeachment

Trump says he's 'not even a little bit' concerned about impeachment

Win McNamee/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump says hes "not even a little" concerned about the prospect of impeachment, even though he sent of a series of tweets in recent days blasting the idea of impeachment.

"Not even a little bit," Trump told a reporter, who asked during the White House Easter Egg Roll whether he has any concern about impeachment.

The presidents certainty i...

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Social Security is running out of money, with benefits on track to be reduced by 2035

Social Security is running out of money, with benefits on track to be reduced by 2035

BackyardProduction/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- The nations Social Security program is running out of money with benefits on track to be reduced by around 2035 unless Congress steps in, according to a report released Monday by the Trump administration.

The prediction is somewhat better than last years annual assessment delivered to Congress, when the government predicted a reduction of benefits a yea...

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Maisie Williams says 'Game of Thrones' showrunners let her decide how much to show in "that" scene

Maisie Williams says 'Game of Thrones' showrunners let her decide how much to show in "that" scene

ABC/Paula Lobo(NEW YORK) -- (NOTE: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR SUNDAY NIGHTS "GAME OF THRONES" EPISODE!!!)

One of the most memorable scenes in last nights Game of Thrones episode comes when Maisie Williams character Arya decides that before they all face certain death fighting the White Walkers, she wants to know what its like to...well, you know.

She enlists her longtime pal Gendry -- the bast...

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10-year-old girl born without hands wins national handwriting competition: 'It shows what perseverance and a positive attitude can do'

10-year-old girl born without hands wins national handwriting competition: 'It shows what perseverance and a positive attitude can do'

Cathryn Hinesley(NEW YORK) -- A 10-year-old girl born with no hands is this years winner of a national handwriting competition.

Sara Hinesley, a third-grade student in Maryland, won the Nicholas Maxim Award in the 2019 Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest. To be eligible for the Nicholas Maxim Award, a student must have a cognitive delay, or an intellectual, physical or developmental disab...

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