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WHERE TO DINE?

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!

Medical Spotlight

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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Man Found Not Guilty in Shooting Death of Drunk Driver Who Killed Two Sons

Man Found Not Guilty in Shooting Death of Drunk Driver Who Killed Two Sons

iStock/Thinkstock(HOUSTON) -- A jury returned a verdict of not guilty Wednesday for a Texas father accused of the shooting death of a drunk driver who killed his two sons.

David Barajas was accused of fatally shooting 20-year-old Jose Banda in December 2012 after Banda plowed into a vehicle that Barajas and his two sons had been pushing on a rural road in Alvin, about 30 miles southeast of Hous...

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New Ebola Outbreak Emerges in Congo

New Ebola Outbreak Emerges in Congo

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Two dozen suspected Ebola cases have emerged hundreds of miles from West Africa in what health officials are calling a second unrelated outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The virus has already killed more than 1,427 people in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, according to the World Health Organization.

In fact, nearly half of all Ebola deat...

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Ebola Outbreak Becomes Issue in Arkansas Senate Race

Ebola Outbreak Becomes Issue in Arkansas Senate Race

Office of Sen. Mark Pryor | Office of Rep. Tom Cotton(WASHINGTON) -- An unexpected issue popped up in the Arkansas Senate race this week -- Ebola.

Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., released an ad titled Emergency Response, highlighting the recent Ebola outbreak, saying his opponent Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., voted against funding for medical disaster aid.

Tom Cotton voted against preparing America for pa...

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US Economy Growing Slower than White House Predicted

US Economy Growing Slower than White House Predicted

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. economy has grown just 1.5 percent in the 2014 fiscal year -- far slower than White House projections -- while more than $500 billion of deficit spending was added to the national debt, according to projections released Wednesday by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office.

Just last month the Obama administration forecast 2.6 percent GDP growth in 2...

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New "Bachelor" Is Revealed on ABC's "Good Morning America"

New "Bachelor" Is Revealed on ABC's "Good Morning America"

ABC(NEW YORK) -- The next star of ABC's The Bachelor is recent Bachelorette contestant Chris Soules. The news was revealed Wednesday morning on Good Morning America.

Soules, a 32-year-old farmer from Arlington, Iowa, was cut by Bachelorette's Andi Dorfman right before she chose her final two. After a date where the two went horseback riding, Dorfman didn't feel she could adapt to Soules' life on...

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Surgeons Get 'Dress Rehearsals' with 3D-Printed Body Parts

Surgeons Get 'Dress Rehearsals' with 3D-Printed Body Parts

Courtesy Boston Children's Hospital(BOSTON) -- Though doctors spend decades perfecting their crafts, they dont exactly get dress rehearsals when it comes to performing complex surgeries on one-of-a-kind patients.

Enter the 3D printer.

At Boston Childrens Hospital, doctors perform practice surgeries with replicas of their patients body parts. Though the hospital has had a simulation program for...

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