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  • The Big Drawing

    We have the Big End of Summer Drawing for the winner of The Backyard BBQ Blowout Party! This Monday August 31st about 8:45am on The Kevin Allen Morning Show!  Yes, the best party of the su...Read More

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  • Tawas Blues By The Bay, August 28-30

    Enjoy the finest in Blues at the East Tawas Harbor Park. It's the 14th Annual Blues by the Bay, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Nine great bands including this years headliners Sugar Blue, Jimmy T...Read More

  • Oscoda County Riverfest

    OC Riverfest, Mio, Aug. 28, 29, 30 - The OcRiverfest is a festival designed to celebrate our most prized natural asset, the AuSable River. Friday head over to the Court House Lawn at 5:30 pm and en...Read More

  • Fourth Annual Glennie Fireworks Golf Outing!

    Saturday, September 12, at Eagle Ridge Golf Club of Glennie. 9 am registration, 10 am shotgun start. 4- person scramble, limited teams so sign up early. Registration deadline is September 6th. Paym...Read More

  • Where to Go... and What to Do!

    Junk in the Trunk Sale, Tawas City, Aug. 29 - Tawas Bay Disabled American Veterans 130 will be sponsoring a trunk sale at the VFW Post in Tawas City form 9 am - 1 pm. Spaces are available for s...Read More

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On-Air Shooter's Firing Filmed by Cameraman He Later Killed

On-Air Shooter's Firing Filmed by Cameraman He Later Killed

iStock/Thinkstock(ROANOKE, Va.) -- The cameraman who was killed in the on-air shooting in Virginia Wednesday filmed his attacker being fired from their news station two years prior, according to court records.

Details about the February 2013 firing of Vester Lee Flanagan, who used the name Bryce Williams professionally, have emerged as part of the public court filings in relation to a lawsuit h...

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Hubble Telescope Captures Shimmering 'Cosmic Butterfly'

Hubble Telescope Captures Shimmering 'Cosmic Butterfly'

ESA/NASA(NEW YORK) -- The cosmic butterfly, or as its known more formally, the twin jet nebula, was captured in a vibrant new image taken from the Hubble Telescope.

The glowing colors and expanding gas seen in the image are the final gasps of life for an old star, according to NASA.

The old star shed its layers, leaving its core exposed and illuminating the layers to create a rainbow colored ligh...

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Obama Heads to New Orleans to Mark 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Obama Heads to New Orleans to Mark 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama is in New Orleans on Thursday to observe the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

The city was devastated by the Category 3 hurricane when it slammed the Gulf Coast in 2005. Levees failed and flooded the city to the point where pundits questioned whether the Big Easy would ever come back.

In all, nearly 2,000 people died and hundreds ...

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Gains for Wall Street as Crude Oil Jumps 10 Percent

Gains for Wall Street as Crude Oil Jumps 10 Percent

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- There were mass losses earlier this week? All gains for Wall Street on Thursday.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average up 369.26 to finish the session at 16654.77. Its biggest two-day gain since December 2008.

The Nasdaq also jumped 115.17, ending at 4812.71, while the SP 500 climbed 47.15 to 1987.66.

Crude oil also rose 10 percent for its biggest one-day gain since O...

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Is Bethenny Frankel Dating "The Profit's" Marcus Lemonis?

Is Bethenny Frankel Dating "The Profit's" Marcus Lemonis?

Charles Sykes/Bravo(NEW YORK) -- Clearly,Real Housewives of New YorkstarBethenny Frankelis having fun now that's split from her estranged husband. After being linked earlier toModern FamilyactorEric Stonestreet,Us Weeklynow reports Frankel is datingMarcus Lemonis, host ofCNBC'sThe Profit.

A source told the magazine,"They met over the summer and have been seeing each other. Hes rea...

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Real On-Air Violence Can Traumatize Viewers

Real On-Air Violence Can Traumatize Viewers

iStock/Thinkstock(ROANOKE, Va.) -- The shooting on live television in Virginia Wednesday could have a psychological effect on the thousands of viewers who were exposed to the traumatic event, according to some experts.

Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27, were shot to death as they did a live interview for Roanoke station WDBJ-TV. Viewers to the daily morning show saw shots ring out as Parker ...

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