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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!

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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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Homecoming Prince Identified as High School Shooting Suspect

Homecoming Prince Identified as High School Shooting Suspect

ABC News(MARYSVILLE, Wash.) -- A high school homecoming prince in Washington state calmly opened fire in the school cafeteria at lunchtime, killing one person and injuring four others - including two of his relatives - before shooting himself to death, police and witnesses said.

Eyewitnesses and law enforcement sources identified the shooter as Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck H...

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According to the WHO, the child and her grandmother left Guinea on Oct. 19. Prior to leaving, the child is believed to have been bleeding from the nose, whic...

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Obama addresses what he says are some "basic facts." "First, you cannot get Ebola easily," he says. "You cant get it through casual contact with someone. Remember, down in Dallas, even Mr....

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Man Beats One in 9.7 Trillion Odds to Win Same Lottery Twice

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Kenneth J. Stokes, of Norwood, Mass., is a lottery season ticket holder, which automatically enters him into every drawing of a certain lottery with specific, pre-set numbers of his choosing.

Forgetting that his family had gifted him a season pass to the Massachusetts State Lottery Lu...

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Olivia Munn Reveals Aaron Rodgers Gave Her a 'Special Ring'

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Jason Merritt/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Olivia Munn is one lucky woman.

The actress, who has been dating NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers for several months, opened up to the New York Post's Alexa magazine about a special gift he gave her recently.

"I wore this for a premiere... and he had heard me talking to my stylist about being obsessed with it," she said. "It is such a special ring, and then he...

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NJ, NY Toughen Ebola Quarantine Rules After Doctor Case

NJ, NY Toughen Ebola Quarantine Rules After Doctor Case

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The New York doctor who tested positive for Ebola wasn't required to quarantine himself when he returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in Guinea. Instead, Dr. Craig Allen Spencer went about his life, hitting a popular restaurant and bowling alley before his diagnosis -- and sending health officials scrambling in the aftermath.

But the rules on quarantines a...

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