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WHERE TO DINE?

Visit WKJC's "Out to Lunch Bunch" and "The Dinner Bell". Good Eat's, right here in N.E. Michigan! Just click on the jucy steak above!

Where to Go,What to Do

Where to Go - What to Do in Northeast Michigan!

If you live here or you're visiting, We give you some great ideas! Ideas for you and your whole family! Just click on the the sunrise picture!

Medical Spotlight

Medical Spotlight

An in depth look at our area's premier medical facilities!

 

Monday thru Friday's @ 7:45am, 12:30pm,4:45pm

 

* Iosco County Medical Care Facility.

* Tawas St. Joseph Health System.

* Sherman Glen Asst. Living, Nat. City.

* Michigan Blood

* Hospice Advantage, West Branch.

* Tawas Village, East Tawas.

* Heartland Home Health Care & Hospice

* Hear USA, Tawas City & West Branch

* Tendercare Health ReHab Center

* Hospice Angelic Care, Tawas

* Bortz Health Care, Rose City & W.B.

* Intelicare Health Services, Standish

* Sunrise Side Home Health Care Agy,  

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NYPD Chokehold Death Ruled a Homicide

NYPD Chokehold Death Ruled a Homicide

iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The death of a Staten Island man, who was put into a choke hold by the New York Police Department, was ruled a homicide Friday by the city's medical examiner.

The incident provoked outrage last month after a witness filmed NYPD cops placing Eric Garner in what appeared to be a chokehold while arresting Garner for selling cigarettes illegally. Garner, who ...

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Forty Dead, 150 Injured in Gaza as Cease-Fire Collapses

Forty Dead, 150 Injured in Gaza as Cease-Fire Collapses

File photo. Credit: David Silverman/Getty Images(GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip) -- At least 40 people were dead and 150 injured in Gaza Friday, the Palestinian health ministry said, as a planned 72-hour cease-fire between Israel and Hamas failed.

The cease-fire went into effect at 1 a.m. ET Friday.

Israel blamed the continued fighting on Hamas, saying the Israel Defense Forces responded after Hamas launc...

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Testimony at Bob McDonnell Trial Reveals Details About Lavish Gifts

Testimony at Bob McDonnell Trial Reveals Details About Lavish Gifts

Alex Wong/Getty Images(RICHMOND, Va.) -- Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen are charged with selling political favors in exchange for lavish gifts, trips, and shopping expeditions. This week jurors have heard scintillating testimony and jaw-dropping allegations from the prosecution's star witness, Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams.

Everything from a $20,000 New York City s...

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NY Receptionist Crowned World Microsoft Word Champion

NY Receptionist Crowned World Microsoft Word Champion

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- You might be familiar with Microsoft Office's suite of programs, including Microsoft Word, but did you know there is a world championship for Microsoft Word?

This week, Dominique Howard, 21, a receptionist at JPMorgan Chase in New York City, became the first woman to win the title in the competition's 13-year history.

When asked on a YouTube video about her victory ...

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Maggie Gyllenhaal Discovered Her First Name Isn't 'Maggie'

Maggie Gyllenhaal Discovered Her First Name Isn't 'Maggie'

Charles Sykes/NBC(NEW YORK) -- When Maggie Gyllenhaal recently saw her birth certificate, she made a shocking discovery: Her name isn't Maggie.

It's Margalit.

"I actually really love that, but [to me] it's not my name," she said on ABC's Live with Kelly Michael. "Maggie's on everything! Maggie's on my driver's license, my passport, everything!"

Gyllenhaal, 36, said she stumbled across the findi...

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Plane Carrying First Ebola Patient to Land in Georgia Saturday

Plane Carrying First Ebola Patient to Land in Georgia Saturday

iStock/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) -- A United States official says the plane carrying the first Ebola patient will land Saturday in Georgia.

The State Department confirmed that they will be using a non-commercial aircraft and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention equipment during the medical evacuation.

It was announced on Friday that both patients, Nancy Writebol and Dr. Kent Brantly, will be ...

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