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Tiffany Ellison from Oscoda entered her MOM Kimberlie Foskett in the WKJC FM Mothers Day Contest!  Thank you all who entered this years contest and congrats to Tiffany and Kimberlie!  The Ca...

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HITS FM Mothers Day Winner!

Congratulations to Genevieve Moore of Oscoda! Genevieve won The HITS FM Mother's day prize package! She was nominated by her son, Joseph! Congrats to Genevieve, and thank you to everyone who enter...

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  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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No charges for deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. shooting, district attorney says

No charges for deputies in Andrew Brown Jr. shooting, district attorney says

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(ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.) -- No charges will be filed against North Carolina sheriff's deputies involved in the fatal April shooting of Andrew Brown Jr., a 42-year-old Black man whose family claims he was "executed" as he sat in his car.

Elizabeth City, North Carolina, District Attorney Andrew Womble said at a news conference on Tuesday morning that the three deputies who op...

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Jailed hero of 'Hotel Rwanda' claims he was tortured at 'slaughterhouse' after arriving in Kigali

Jailed hero of 'Hotel Rwanda' claims he was tortured at 'slaughterhouse' after arriving in Kigali

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(LONDON) -- Paul Rusesabagina, the former hotelier who inspired the acclaimed 2004 film "Hotel Rwanda," alleges he was tortured by Rwandan authorities for several days at an unknown location he described as a "slaughterhouse" after he unintentionally traveled to Kigali last August where he was arrested, according to documents obtained by ABC News.

The previo...

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Rudy Giuliani's son, Andrew Giuliani, to announce he's running for governor of New York

Rudy Giuliani's son, Andrew Giuliani, to announce he's running for governor of New York

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(NEW YORK) -- Andrew Giuliani, the son of close Trump ally and embattled former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, will announce his run for governor of New York on Tuesday afternoon.

ABC News previously reported that Giuliani was "strongly considering" a bid to run against three-time incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, and that he was m...

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What to know before purchasing from social media ads

What to know before purchasing from social media ads

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(NEW YORK) -- If you have Instagram or Facebook, you've likely run into advertisements on your social media feed for everything from beauty products and clothing to household items from small boutiques.

Sometimes, sellers promise a lot at low prices, but for many consumers, it's hard to tell if those items are worth the buy.

Still, with branding and unbeatable prices, it's often tempt...

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Congrats! Naomi Campbell announces she's a mom at 50

Congrats! Naomi Campbell announces she's a mom at 50

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Naomi Campbell can officially add proud momma to her growing list of accomplishments. On Tuesday, the model-actress announced on her socials that she's a mother at age 50.

"A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother," Naomi wrote on Instagram, sharing a photo of her cradling the feet of her newborn daughter.

"So honoured to have this gentle soul in my...

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45 is the new 50 for colon cancer screening, medical task force says

45 is the new 50 for colon cancer screening, medical task force says

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(NEW YORK) -- An "alarming" rise in colorectal cancer cases among young people has led the United States Preventive Services Task Force to establish new guidelines. Medical experts are now officially recommending that people of average risk start getting screened for colon cancer at age 45, rather than 50, which was the previous standard.

The announcement Tuesday morning final...

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