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  • Billy Joe Royal

    Listen in to win tickets to the Billy Joe Royal concert August 7th at Tawas Area High School. Presented By The Iosco County Firefighters Association. For tickets call 362-2924. Please Share...Read More

  • Chase Rice In Concert

    Chase Rice Concert Tickets.  Chase will be at the Clare County Fair on August 3rd. http://www.startickets.com/events/item/chase-rice Read More

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  • Tawas Uncork'd August 1

    Tawas Uncork’d brings Michigan wine, ales, local food and mellow music on the corner of Newman Street and US-23 in East Tawas. From 12 noon - 6 pm under the tent at Harbor Park, this event fe...Read More

  • Oscoda Beach Summer Concert Series

    Oscoda Beach Bandshell Summer Concert Series. Thursday nights at 7 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets. Concerts are held under the bandshell in Oscoda. Tommy's Tunes, July 30 Victory Ti...Read More

  • Harrisville Summer Concert Series

    July 29, Aug. 5 - Wednesday evenings at 7 pm. at the Harrisville Harbor Pavilion. JOn July 29, FlipSide, a popular northeast Michigan group performs classic rock, pop, blues, jazz and country. To r...Read More

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Baltimore Police Teaming with Federal Law Enforcement to Combat Spike in Violence

Baltimore Police Teaming with Federal Law Enforcement to Combat Spike in Violence

Alex_Schmidt/iStock/Thinkstock(BALTIMORE) -- Police in Baltimore announced that they are collaborating with a number of federal law enforcement partners to help quell a surge in violence the city has seen in recent weeks.

The Baltimore Police Department will work with the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the U.S. Marshals and the Secret S...

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Hubble Telescope Captures Image of Dying Star

Hubble Telescope Captures Image of Dying Star

Image credit: ESA/Hubble NASA, Acknowledgement: Matej Novak(NEW YORK) -- A picture is worth a thousand words, and NASA's Hubble telescope captured the death throes of a dying star, a process it says has taken tens of thousands of years.

The photo, posted to the NASA website this week, shows the star radiating wisps of blue and orange light. The European Space Agency says that a cloud of gas ej...

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Obama to Announce Climate Change Action Monday

Obama to Announce Climate Change Action Monday

YURI GRIPAS/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama will announce a major effort to fight climate change this week, with the White House posting a preview video on its Twitter account on Sunday.

The White House says Obama's Clean Power Plan will be announced Monday and will represent "the biggest step we've ever taken to #ActOnClimate." In the video, the commander in chief calls for stro...

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Verizon Employees Not Striking, But Still No Deal Reached

Verizon Employees Not Striking, But Still No Deal Reached

PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Union leadership opted not to call for a strike of Verizon workers on Sunday despite no agreement in contract negotiations.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers said that the two sides "remain far apart," in negotiations and that they "are disgusted by Verizon's attitude at the bargaining table." Still, Verizon employees will stay at ...

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Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Welcome Baby Girl Jagger Snow

Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Welcome Baby Girl Jagger Snow

Michael Yarish/FOX(LOS ANGELES) -- Ashlee Simpsonand actorEvan Rosswelcomed their first child together Thursday night.

On their Instagram accounts, the couple wrote, "We are overjoyed about the birth of our precious baby girl Jagger Snow Ross. July 30, 2015.

A source told E! News, "Their whole family was around to support them," a source said."Ashlee is doing great and can't wait to get ho...

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More Health Care Cuts Expected in Puerto Rico

More Health Care Cuts Expected in Puerto Rico

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Health care officials in Puerto Rico are bracing for more Medicare cuts, according to The New York Times.

The island is facing a huge cut to Medicare as well as a shortage of funding for Medicaid.

The Times reports that more than 60 percent of those living in Puerto Rico take Medicare or Medicaid.

Decreasing funding for these programs have sparked lobbying in Wash...

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