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.
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For the sixth time in recent months, a suspicious fire strikes Detroit’s Heidelberg Project.
Experts don’t know if it will all will come sliding and tumbling down.
Dozens of Detroiters were forced from their homes after a fire broke out at an apartment complex on the city’s east side.
Winds from last weekend’s storm have created a noticeable “curve” in the main steeple of the 112-year-old St. Josaphat Church in Detroit.
Police say they’re received a ton of information, but have yet to ID the killer.
Another piece of Detroit’s famed Heidelberg Project has been destroyed.
Temps were below freezing, floating between 20 and 25 degrees with a frigid wind chill, making their job all the more difficult.
A stretch of deadly violence in Detroit continues as three people were killed in a shooting on the city’s west side.
Detroit police think the deadly house fire was intentionally set.
Officials say two Detroit firefighters were hurt as a series of blazes hit the city amid its annual Halloween season anti-arson campaign.