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Empty Bowls December 7th

The Empty Bowls Project is a nationwide event. The event has a long history in communities across the country. This event is put on in cooperation with Bountiful Harvest and the Salvation Army. &nb...

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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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'Multiple fatalities' in shootout following theft of UPS truck in Florida: Police

'Multiple fatalities' in shootout following theft of UPS truck in Florida: Police

Richard_Lawrence_Photo/iStock(CORAL GABLES, Fla.) -- Police have confirmed multiple fatalities in a shootout after suspects absconded with a UPS truck in Florida.

The incident began as an attempted robbery at a jewelry store in Coral Gables, police said.

At least one store employee was injured. That persons status is unknown.

The two suspects, police said, then carjacked a UPS truck, holding the...

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Russia detains conman who built fake border with Finland to trick migrants

Russia detains conman who built fake border with Finland to trick migrants

pawel.gaul/iStock(MOSCOW) -- Russian authorities have detained a man accused of building a fake fence in the woods close to the countrys border with Finland in order to trick a group of migrants into believing he had smuggled them across into the European Union.

The man set up fake border posts and persuaded four men from South Asia that he could lead them over the border for the cost of roughl...

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Customs and Border Protection reverses course on mandatory facial recognition program

Customs and Border Protection reverses course on mandatory facial recognition program

David Tran/iStock(NEW YORK) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Thursday it no longer plans to move forward with a facial recognition program that would conduct a mandatory scan of all U.S. citizens arriving or departing the country at airports and ports of entry, reversing course on a Trump administration plan.

Customs currently permits U.S. citizens to voluntarily opt-in for the ph...

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Signs show separate bathrooms for Uber employees and drivers at Rhode Island hub

Signs show separate bathrooms for Uber employees and drivers at Rhode Island hub

jetcityimage/iStock(NEW YORK) -- A viral tweet reveals an Uber business place in Rhode Island had separate bathrooms for employees and drivers, at a time when tensions between the two groups at the ride-share company are already running high.

"Ive just always wondered why Uber viewed us as two separate classes," Erika Betts, who snapped the photo and shared it on Twitter, told ABC News Thursday...

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"What the hell is 'gender fluid'?" Billy Dee Williams says he was "misunderstood" in 'Esquire' interview

"What the hell is 'gender fluid'?" Billy Dee Williams says he was "misunderstood" in 'Esquire' interview

Disney(LOS ANGELES) --(NOTE CONTENT)For the record,Billy Dee Williamsis not "gender fluid." He identifies as a man. A very cute man, he specifies toThe Undefeated.

Lets rewind.

Whether it be wooingDiana RossinMahogany, trying to sweet talk Princess Leia inThe Empire Strikes Backor implying the skirt-dropping properties of Colt .45 malt liquor on TV, Billy Dee has always been seen as...

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Babies born to mothers using WIC are 33% less likely to die in first year of life: Study

Babies born to mothers using WIC are 33% less likely to die in first year of life: Study

Adene Sanchez/iStock(NEW YORK) -- The children of low-income mothers who benefit from the federal governments Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children are one-third less likely to die during their first year of life than babies born to mothers without WIC benefits, according to a new study.

The study, published in the Journal of American Medicine, comes as many fed...

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