A native Detroiter and University of Michigan graduate, I got a break early in her career in Detroit radio as the “Sky Spy” at a Detroit News Talk Station. I went on to spend several years as a reporter and writer, then bureau chief for the Detroit office of a national news wire service.
You can currently find me at the assignment desk each day producing WWJ’s midday news coverage anchored by Greg Bowman. I’m responsible for directing what gets covered on any given day and setting up live interviews for in-depth coverage.You may sometimes hear me on the air and from time to time, reporting during morning drive.
A man was caught on camera, loading school laptops into a garbage can.
Happy Hour has gone to the dogs.
Lerman calls her class “controlled silliness.”
The latest Bachelor, Sean Lowe, set hearts aflutter Thursday when he dropped in to chat with a crowd at the Women’s International Show in Novi.
A certain color of M&M’s, hunting down the latest fad in diet drinks: It’s just a day in the life of the workers at the Townsend.
Think the turntable is dead? Think again.
Former Piston Bay Boy Rick Mahorn is among those applauding Jason Collins.
Monday night, Skyzone in Canton is throwing open the doors to children with autism and similar disorders for it’s first ever “No Sensory Night.”
The home next to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit is drawing attention from passersby, according to the museum’s Founding Director Emeritus Marsha Miro
A home once belonging to the owner of the Detroit Pistons now belongs to someone else in the spotlight.
- Car Chronicles Blog – Cars, Kids and Common Sense May 18, 2013
- The Reunion Project – Friday Fun (5/17) May 17, 2013
- Trey Burke Talks Fab Five, Detroit Pistons With Ryan Wooley May 13, 2013
- Leach’s Lists: Three Keys For The Red Wings To Win Game 7 May 11, 2013