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  • Salute To The American Family

    Join WKJc Country as we salute to The American Country Music Family.  Family acts, artist who are married to each other, second generation stars and more!  Hear from Thomas Rhett, Miranda...Read More

  • Sister Station HITS FM airs Bob Seger Summer Special!

    Capitol has produced a one-hour special in support of the recent vinyl release of Bob Seger's Greatest Hits and his upcoming Runaway Train Tour.  This exclusive special features interview ...Read More

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  • Fourth of July Celebrations - Full List of Events!

    The following is a listing of Independence Day Celebrations within our Listening Area! If you have something to add to the celebration list please e-mail to wkjc@wkjc.com.    ...Read More

  • Concerts By The Bay - All Summer Long

    The Tawas Community Concert Band (TCCB) will soon begin its popular summer concert program, “Concerts by The Bay” at the East Tawas City Park. This series of concerts occurs every M...Read More

  • 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...Read More

WKJC News Center

Human error caused NYC subway train derailment, transit officials say

Human error caused NYC subway train derailment, transit officials say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Transit officials said human error, not a track defect, is to blame for a subway train derailment in New York City on Tuesday morning that injured nearly three dozen people and caused major delays.

The incident occurred just before 10 a.m. ET Tuesday as a southbound A train approached the 125th Street station in Harlem. The eight-car train suddenly came to a grindi...

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Tillerson urges negotiation to end Gulf crisis but Saudis say no

Tillerson urges negotiation to end Gulf crisis but Saudis say no

State Department photo/ Public Domain(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Rex Tillerson held another round of meetings Tuesday in an effort to end the crisis among its Gulf allies but was met with a continued impasse.

As the top U.S. diplomat urges restraint and negotiation, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates say their demands on neighbor Qatar are nonnegotiable.

And Qatar, meanwhile, says i...

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Fact check: The Senate health care bill's effect on Medicaid

Fact check: The Senate health care bill's effect on Medicaid

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway insisted this week that the Senate GOP health care bill does not include cuts to Medicaid.

Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said the health care proposal would not cause Medicaid recipients to lose their health coverage. The government "would not allow individuals to fall through the cracks," he ...

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Nearly 250 potential jurors dismissed from selection for Martin Shkreli's fraud trial

Nearly 250 potential jurors dismissed from selection for Martin Shkreli's fraud trial

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Multiple potential jurors who were dismissed from the securities fraud trial against Martin Shkreli had expressed strong objections toward the former pharmaceutical CEO notorious for his drastic increase in the price of a life-saving drug.

Jury selection for 34-year-old Shkrelis trial has proved difficult, with nearly 250 potential jurors dismissed in just two day...

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"Pretty Little Liars" series finale recap

"Pretty Little Liars" series finale recap

Freeform/Eric McCandless(LOS ANGELES) -- Who is A.D., who got married, whos pregnant?

"For some reason this feels like the end of something," Alison DiLaurentis says in the last episode ever of Pretty Little Liars.

In a lot of ways, Tuesdays two-hour series finale was the end of a seven-season long mystery, but it also brought the beginning of new mysteries and questions in the fictional town...

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New app dubbed 'Tinder for Moms' aims to help mothers connect

New app dubbed 'Tinder for Moms' aims to help mothers connect

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Many moms find that making new friends later in life can be just as challenging as dating.

A new app called Peanut was created to help connect like-minded mothers and give them the opportunity to form new friendships.

Michelle Kennedy, co-founder and CEO of Peanut, says she was inspired to start the app after feeling lonely as a new mom.

"It was 2 a.m., I was scrolli...

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