Since 1981, Pat Sweeting has been a valued employee of the nation’s oldest commercial radio station, where there’s always something to keep the adrenaline pumping in overdrive. Pat joined WWJ Newsradio 950 as a news anchor and reporter. Over the years, she has interviewed everyone from Presidents to Hollywood stars to a Grand Wizard of the Michigan Ku Klux Klan as he was pelted with vegetables by passing protestors. Pat has also been able to work on breaking news and award-winning stories.
For years you’ve also heard Sweeting bring you health and lifestyle news in a trio of feature reports: “60 Seconds on Health”, “Your Health” and “Prescription for Health.” She has now re-focused her efforts towards more general reporting, but continues to watch for interesting and exciting medical and lifestyle news from doctors, hospitals and universities at home and around the world.
AFSCME attorney Sharon Levine says a notice of appeal has already been filed in the case.
Looking for a unique gift this holiday? You could find just the thing in an unexpected place.
Across the nation Friday, protesters came out in support of increasing the minimum wage and they chose Walmart stores as their target.
“The guy in the backseat, he was probably in the worst condition …”
Firefighter Martin Rucker received his $10,000 prize for winning Comerica Bank’s Home of the Brave National Anthem singing contest.
They came by the hundreds to Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn — filing past the Presidential limousine in which President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963.
The Grosse Pointe Park Police Department is continuing to investigate videos that show an officer allegedly humiliating a mentally impaired black man.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer spelled out details of his plan outside a Detroit business that is already paying its employees more than the going-rate.
Recognizing the service of U.S. military veterans at an event held on their campus, Macomb Community College hosted veterans and special guest speakers.
New street lights are coming to an east side Detroit neighborhood.