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.
Smoke continues to rise from a vacant church on Detroit’s east side after fire tore through the building early Saturday morning.
WYCD’s Downtown Hoedown kicked up its heels this year at Comerica Park. We sent the girl from Nashville, WWJ’s Kathryn Larson, to cover the story.
Top chef to the racing world Jaron Brounson thought riding with his boss would be a piece of cake.
A race car driver surely has some insight into how local drivers stack up to other cities. Listen to Townsend Bell’s comical observation of a Detroit taxi driver.
The family of a Flint woman killed in an alleged attempt to topple the Syrian government is speaking out.
New IndyCar star Simona De Silvestra, “The Swiss Miss”, shares her opinion on Detroit.
Team Chevy driver Will Power has a good sense of humor. Even putting up with some off-the-track pranks.
During a ride-along event for the Belle Isle Grand Prix, race Chairman Bud Denker assured fans that the track is race ready.
How does Cinderella handle road rage? The birthday party “Disney” princess for hire is doing good business in Metro Detroit. Amy Demoff provides some funny and interesting commentary on her fairy tale profession.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan spent the day in Detroit, visiting a DPS school and an EAA school with Governor Rick Snyder.