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The Iosco County Fair

It's Fair Time in Iosco County!  Celebrating 75 years, the 2019 fair is July 22nd thru July 27th! Since 1944 the Iosco County Fair has been showcasing all that the area has to offer...

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Win 50,000 Dollars From The Point FM!

Sister Station WTZM, The Point FM 106.1 is giving you the opportinity to win $50,000.00 dollars! All you have to do is visit one of our participating sponsors!  No purchase is necessary. Good...

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Where to go What to Do

Where To Go, What to Do - Great Places!

  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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College student floats idea of 'Area 51' festival after joke invitation catches fire on Facebook

College student floats idea of 'Area 51' festival after joke invitation catches fire on Facebook

Sean Gallup/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- When a California college student created an event to meet aliens at Area 51, he had no idea he was setting the groundwork to entertain millions of earthlings.

Matty Roberts created the Facebook event "Storm Area 51, They Cant Stop All of Us," on June 27 as a joke, never imagining that it would blow up into a viral event with 1.8 million people registered...

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Search for missing teen Emanuela Orlandi leads to recovery of bones at the Vatican

Search for missing teen Emanuela Orlandi leads to recovery of bones at the Vatican

iStock/MichalLudwiczak(ROME) -- Bones were collected from the depths of the Vatican Saturday, the latest effort to solve the mystery of a 15-year-old girl who vanished 36 years ago.

Representatives of the family of Emanuela Orlandi, who has been searching for the girl since she went missing from a street in the center of Rome in 1983, were at the Vatican at 9 a.m. local time when the containers ...

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Trump says he'll 'personally vouch' for rapper A$AP Rocky

Trump says he'll 'personally vouch' for rapper A$AP Rocky

Christian Vierig/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump said on Twitter he had offered to "personally vouch" for A$AP Rockys bail after the rapper was jailed in Sweden following a street fight.

"Just had a very good call with @SwedishPM Stefan Lfven who assured me that American citizen A$AP Rocky will be treated fairly. Likewise, I assured him that A$AP was not a flight risk and o...

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Lufthansa, British Airways suddenly suspend all flights to Cairo as 'precaution'

Lufthansa, British Airways suddenly suspend all flights to Cairo as 'precaution'

studioEAST/Getty Images(LONDON) -- The British government issued a travel warning for Egypt on Saturday citing a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation, as British Airways and German carrier Lufthansa suspended flights to Cairo as a security "precaution."

British Airways flights were suspended for seven days, while Lufthansa flights will resume on Sunday.

"Theres a heightened risk of ...

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'Veronica Mars' season four is streaming now, launches one week early on Hulu

'Veronica Mars' season four is streaming now, launches one week early on Hulu

Hulu(SAN DIEGO) -- Heres a plot twist worthy of the show itself: Veronica Mars season four is now available on Hulu, one week ahead of schedule.

The shows star, Kristen Bell, announced the surprise news at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday. During the Veronica Mars panel, Bell declared that she wanted Hulu to release all eight episodes of the revival immediately, in honor of her birthday, wh...

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Watchdog: Border protection stored enough fentanyl to kill 794 million, but isn’t doing enough to protect its agents

Watchdog: Border protection stored enough fentanyl to kill 794 million, but isn’t doing enough to protect its agents

iStock(NEW YORK) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection has stored enough fentanyl in the past year to kill an estimated 794 million people, and now a government watchdog office is warning that the agency is "unnecessarily jeopardizing the lives" of its own agents by not sufficiently protecting them from accidental exposure to the lethal synthetic opioid.

In a report released Friday, the Homeland...

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