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.
” … They saw him one minute, and when they looked back, all they saw was his shoe and his hat in the street.”
“What we believe we have at this time is a robbery that went bad.”
Less than two weeks away from election day, both Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan appeared before the Detroit Economic Club Wednesday.
Among those stopping by the Michigan Works office Tuesday was Jacob Williams, who calls himself a “returning citizen.”
As the last division prepares to make its move, the old Herman Kiefer medical complex on Detroit’s west side is ready to shut-down.
A seven-panel, black wall bears the names of 401 fallen first responders, most of them from Detroit.
The Global Jam was an effort of the Chamber Music Society as a way to help city and suburban kids to meet and make friends.
Union members carried signs as they marched Thursday in downtown Detroit.
A criminal complaint targeting former Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh was filed this week by Madison Heights police.
A special event in Highland Park Monday focused on saving an important part of the city’s auto history.