Laura Bonnell is a reporter at WWJ. When she first began working at WWJ it was as Laura Teicher. Bonnell had the opportunity to cover Dr. Jack Kevorkian, jog with then presidential candidate Bill Clinton, work morning drive, and covering breaking news stories. Bonnell is now back on her second tour at WWJ with most of the coworkers still here that she considers family.
Whatever the story — my favorite part of the job is interviewing the people of Metro Detroit (more than celebrities).
Bonnell says she married to Joe. Their daughters are in college. The girls have cystic fibrosis. Raising awareness is a family affair. Bonnell is always trying to raise awareness and funds through her Foundation. http://www.thebonnellfoundation.orgwww.thebonnellfoundation.org Our girls are doing great and are our inspiration!
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Burleson was at fault in the one-car crash, Shaw said; but no ticket was issued.
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One Michigan native who made it to the Big Apple years ago has seen the good and the bad about Fashion Week.
Police are at the home on Anglin Street near Eight Mile and Dequindre.
Police say that around 4:00 Monday morning, one person was shot in their car at a Marathon gas station on McGraw and Warren streets.
While the ongoing rain may have left you with a less than sunny disposition; the plants and flowers sure are loving the recent showers.
The wall of flames on the freeway reached up to 200 feet high, police said. Because the license plate melted, police said they have no way to identify the victims.
West Bloomfield Township fire officials say what led to the fire is still under investigation, but it looks like the house caught fire because of fireworks debris that landed on the roof.
The premiere of the movie “Decoding Annie Parker” – about the BRCA breast cancer gene – helps support Gilda’s Club in Detroit.
Nuns are changing the lives of some public school children in Detroit by volunteering their time.