They call me an anchor-reporter; I prefer “Paid Informant” with 30 years in the biz, starting as News Director in Ludington, then Mt. Clemens and at an FM station in Detroit before landing at WWJ in 1987.
I report from the scene Tuesday through Friday mornings, and anchor Saturday mornings.
News story ideas are always welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org; hot tips should be phoned to the news room at 248-945-9950. Thanks for listening!
Robert Taylor is the franchisee owner of the first 7-Eleven store in the city of Detroit in two decades.
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Police say a neighborly dispute over a loose dog turned deadly when one man pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Crews thought they extinguished the fire, but were called back to the home a couple of hours later when the fire rekindled.
Michigan State Police are investigating after an officer was involved in a shooting in River Rouge.
It appears the long history of automotive related business will continue to operate at the corner of McGraw and Wyoming with the new logistics building in that area for an automotive tier one supplier.
Police in Harper Woods are looking for a burglar who might have been shot during a home invasion near an elementary school.
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching the Detroit River near Belle Isle for a potential missing person.
A deadline is fast-approaching for metro Detroit mother who has been told she has to leave the country.
Signs of the shooting are visible from the street, with bullet holes in a picture window and a busted out glass door.