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.
“People keep telling me I’m the one who rocked the giant,” he said.
A Detroit man is hoping to bring a little magic back to downtown.
A black deputy is suing the Macomb County Sheriff’s department for alleged discrimination on the job.
A Ferndale couple is trying to locate their missing Russian tortoise.
Shanker just got confirmation that she is the new record holder for hula hooping 166 rotations in a minute in the arabesque pose, which is a ballet move.
Karen Whitefoot loves horses. When she rides, she said, her troubles float away.
He was called the Black Widower and in 1994, Lowell Amos killed his wife at the Atheneum Hotel in Greektown and tried to blame it on a night of cocaine-fueled sex.
It’s a 30 year-term with two 15-year renewals.
The body of Pheu Tran was discovered in a parking lot, after he’d visited a computer lab.
While behind bars. says Thomas Highers, he and he brother never gave up hope. “