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    Listen in to win tickets to the Billy Joe Royal concert August 7th at Tawas Area High School. Presented By The Iosco County Firefighters Association. For tickets call 362-2924. Please Share...Read More

  • Chase Rice In Concert

    Chase Rice Concert Tickets.  Chase will be at the Clare County Fair on August 3rd. http://www.startickets.com/events/item/chase-rice Read More

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  • Tawas Uncork'd August 1

    Tawas Uncork’d brings Michigan wine, ales, local food and mellow music on the corner of Newman Street and US-23 in East Tawas. From 12 noon - 6 pm under the tent at Harbor Park, this event fe...Read More

  • Oscoda Beach Summer Concert Series

    Oscoda Beach Bandshell Summer Concert Series. Thursday nights at 7 pm. Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets. Concerts are held under the bandshell in Oscoda. Tommy's Tunes, July 30 Victory Ti...Read More

  • Harrisville Summer Concert Series

    July 29, Aug. 5 - Wednesday evenings at 7 pm. at the Harrisville Harbor Pavilion. JOn July 29, FlipSide, a popular northeast Michigan group performs classic rock, pop, blues, jazz and country. To r...Read More

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CA in State of Emergency as Wildfires Continue to Burn

CA in State of Emergency as Wildfires Continue to Burn

iStock/Thinkstock(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- California is in a state of emergency as wildfires rage on.

On Friday, California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency as firefighters continue to battle nearly two dozen wildfires. Daniel Berlant, a Cal Fire spokesman, said nearly 9,000 firefighters are on the front line.

"Right now, our largest fire that continues to threaten thousands of homes...

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Police Using Pepper Spray on Migrants Attempting to Cross Channel Tunnel

Police Using Pepper Spray on Migrants Attempting to Cross Channel Tunnel

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- Riot police in France are using pepper spray on migrants who attempt to get into the United Kingdom from the French side of the Channel Tunnel.

The measure was employed after hundreds of migrants attempted to storm the perimeter fences of the cross Channel Tunnel while chanting "open the border."

The tunnel is a 30 mile rail link beneat the English channel.

It's the...

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Donald Trump Plays Down Expectations, Says ‘I’m Not a Debater’

Donald Trump Plays Down Expectations, Says ‘I’m Not a Debater’

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Republican presidential contender Donald Trump played down expectations for the first GOP debate slated for Thursday, saying Im not a debater and he would not be "throwing punches" against his opponents on the stage.

These politicians, I always say, are all talk no action. They debate all the time," Trump told ABC News Jonathan Karl on This Week Sunday. I dont deb...

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Verizon Employees Could Strike with Contract Set to Expire

Verizon Employees Could Strike with Contract Set to Expire

(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)(NEW YORK) -- Verizon employees could walk out on Sunday after what the company is calling "challenging negotiations" on new contracts.

The company says it made a "comprehensive initial offer" in June, including a wage increase, but that union leaders "countered with a series of proposals that did virtually nothing to advance the process of negotiations." Ve...

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Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Welcome Baby Girl Jagger Snow

Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Welcome Baby Girl Jagger Snow

Michael Yarish/FOX(LOS ANGELES) -- Ashlee Simpsonand actorEvan Rosswelcomed their first child together Thursday night.

On their Instagram accounts, the couple wrote, "We are overjoyed about the birth of our precious baby girl Jagger Snow Ross. July 30, 2015.

A source told E! News, "Their whole family was around to support them," a source said."Ashlee is doing great and can't wait to get ho...

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Four Legionnaires' Disease Deaths in the Bronx

Four Legionnaires' Disease Deaths in the Bronx

Hemera/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Four people have died from Legionnaires' disease in the Bronx this summer.

A fourth person died from Legionnaires' disease in the South Bronx part of New York, according to a report on Saturday. There have been 65 confirmed cases of people with Legionnaires' since July 10, 55 of which were hospitalized.

The four people who died from the disease were older and had ...

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