WWJ Newsradio 950′s Ron Dewey has been on the street and on the air since 1998, as a street reporter and weekend anchor. Ron has been in the business for over 20 years in such exotic climes as the West Texas, Grand Rapids, Sault Ste. Marie and Port Huron, MI.
Ron enjoys bicycling with his wife Christine (they survived at least three Michiganders!), hiking, trips up north, computers, motorcycling, hanging out.
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While it may have been a slow simmer, WWJ’s Ron Dewey said metro Detroiters are starting to get caught up in the excitement.
While most city trash bins are dutifully lined up along the street, one serves as a warning of an impending sinkhole for residential drivers.
The restaurant was closed on Sunday and no one was hurt in the explosion.
It was a long, strange road trip for a 62-year-old Clinton Township man who traveled half-way across the country with a dead body in the passenger’s seat.
Thousands of people lined Michigan Ave. to take in the 90th Annual Dearborn Memorial Day Parade — one of the largest in the nation.
The building held at least three businesses, including a baseball training center and a fitness center.
The first accident happened around 3:00 Monday morning when a car struck a pedestrian on John Kronk east of Central and just kept on going. And in a second accident on the city’s northwest side, a man was struck and killed by an SUV.
When your job is to enforce and uphold the law, it usually helps if you try not to break it. But, nearly two dozen Detroit police officers are being suspended for that very reason.
Tipsters tell WWJ Newsradio 950 that a sport motorcycle apparently slammed into the back of a postal semi truck and then was run over by a second semi.
The city says it will repair potholes within 24 to 48 hours of being notified about them. Residents can report potholes via phone or by sending the city a message on its Facebook pages.