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Buzzer beaters make basketball even better then it already is.
WWJ celebrates Black History Month by recognizing our local young African-American professionals and their heroes.
Police believe the same suspects who busted their way into Van Dyke Liquor Market last week tried to use their sledgehammer to get into K&G Party Store.
Austin Black, II, started his company “City Living Detroit” four years ago …
Stoney, Bill stopped by the WWJ Radiothon For THAW to encourage listeners to call in to make a donation with a rousing ballad. The Plastic Oh No Band graced the volunteers with a tune about helping our fellow Detroiters pay their heat bills.
After getting a Super Bowl ring, Upton learns how to receive a snap from the New York Jets Nick Mangold.
Dude hops in a limo, gets a song made for him, next thing you know he’s meeting Minka Kelly.
According to a Detroit News study, the report cites the greater health risks from childhood illnesses Detroit kids face as well as increasing violence.
Tony Parker is one of the better NBA point guards.
You might think the Grammys are all about the music, but of course that’s only mostly true. See another aspect of the awards show with Metro Detroit artist Marcus Glenn, the man behind the 56th annual Grammy Awards artwork.
Silver Bullet Band saxophone player Alto Reed and Mark K. Lane Director of Public Relations & Special Events of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit records an interview at the WWJ Newsradio 950 studios.
Detroit Senator Coleman A. Young II and 2010 Michigan Republican Congressional nominee Rocky Raczkowski sample the Burger King Bacon Sundae with Charlie Langton.