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.
Ray Lynn Dennis-Sessions used red Kool-Aid to pretend she was bleeding due to pregnancy complications.
A 22-year-old Detroiter is fighting for free cable service for first responders.
“They’re coming in here and they’re dying very quickly,” said Ann Arbor veterinarian, Dr. Lindsay Ruland.
In the absence of new leads, Detroit police hope some photos taken from newly discovered surveillance footage will help solve two recent shootings.
Firefighters in Highland Park worked quickly to save the home of an 87-year-old woman, while two vacant homes next door go up in flames.
It was perfect weather for Roseville’s first-ever hot-rod cruise down Gratiot Avenue near 12 Mile road.
Just when Detroit needs a hero… RoboCop takes a stand.
Several groups rallied Sunday night at a downtown Detroit park to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida.
The star of the highest rated HGTV show is taking her series to her hometown — all to tackle blight and restore homes in Downtown Detroit.
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow is taking on the fight to retroactively reduce student loan rates that doubled at the first of the month.