I’m a Southern Belle — learning all about the “Big D” as a Reporter and Producer at WWJ Newsradio 950. When not on the air or behind the scenes, you can catch me out and about reporting human interest stories for CW-50′s Street Beat.
I caught the newsbug early on — and after numerous high school and college internships in my hometown of Nashville, I got lucky — really lucky. How lucky you ask? I landed my first jobs in TV and Radio simultaneously– serving as a reporter for 1510 WLAC during the workweek and as an AP at the Fox affiliate on the weekend.
A short time later, I hopped to a TV station near Charlotte, North Carolina. At TV33, I learned to one-man-band — and anchor a mid-day and evening insert show for air on the HLN Network.
From there, I got hitched– and moved to the Motor City where I’m currently dabbling in both of my loves: radio and TV.
In my spare time, I like spending time with my husband, Andrew, and my Bichon Frise, Mr. Darcy.
Easter is just a hop, skip and a jump away and the chocolate Easter treats are being snatched up quicker than you can say hop-to-it!
A potty prankster leaving their mark on a Ypsi park slide is keeping some kids from enjoying all the fun the park has to offer.
Just under 100 vendors, including photographers, bakers, caterers, florists, and wedding event planners, took part in the expo, designed to cater specifically to the gay community.
They’re gearing up for the 43rd annual Hash Bash at the University of Michigan Diag on Saturday.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig says that when you see the green light, you’ll know it’s a safe place to seek shelter, any time of night or day.
Thousands came to partake in the charm that is Irish, and watch the hundreds dancing along the route in celebration of St. Patrick’s day.
“Basically they gave us free rein to take whatever was of any value …”
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.
Candles were lit for a life cut short, as family and friends gathered to remember EMU student Julia Niswender.
The blaze happened inside the Providence Tower apartments on 9 Mile on the coldest overnight of the year.