I started working here in October of 2000 on a part-time basis, in the newsroom as a writer/editor/producer. I’ve been in and out of radio during the past 25 years, and it’s great to be a part of one of America’s premiere news stations. It’s also an honor to work at one of the first radio stations. WWJ Newsradio 950 is “The” station to turn to for the very latest for news and information, with the best news team in town! In my spare time (which is rare), I enjoy auto racing, love the ‘Woodward Dream Cruise’ and miss the Detroit Grand Prix.
Those involved in the study predict the program will have positive results for participants as well as the communities they live in.
The Coast Guard wants us to think safety before going out on the frozen lakes in winter time.
After two months of increases, the average fuel economy of all vehicles sold in the United States fell by a half mile per gallon.
Seattle voters recently turned down a proposed plastic bag fee, and Philadelphia voters have also rejected a ban.
Is it too soon to buy your Christmas tree? Perhaps. But its not too early to start thinking about it.
The Michigan Department of Community Health wants you to know just how dangerous that carbon monoxide poisoning can be.
A local church is joining forces with the city of Clawson to offer a food pantry for struggling families in Clawson.
The long holiday weekend allows many of us to take a trip that involves a border crossing
The board adopted a proposal that would eliminate junior high athletics for all 7th and 8th grade students, starting next year.