After graduating from the University of Michigan, Sandra McNeill started her career as a newspaper reporter in a small town in England called Wokingham. Her daily walk to the police station to find out what was happening that day invariably came up with the reply, “We don’t have crime like you do in America!”
She went on to a stint at Metro Traffic as a traffic reporter on several major Detroit area radio stations, doing reports for several years from a small airplane. Sandra then went back into news for the Metro Networks wire service, where she worked her way up to News Bureau Chief.
Sandra now writes and reports at WWJ Newsradio 950, where her favorite stories are simply talking to people.
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It’s like a quick trip to the coldest place on earth and a growing number of athletes are swearing by it.
They’re back together again — after 45 years.
Many students were upset with the Instagram post which showed several students with a racial slur written on their body.
It’s been a long, troubled and well-documented road for the former Detroit Red Wing.
The city council revoked the license of the Motorama Motel a few weeks ago amid a rash of police runs.
“We’re not all single guys who live in our parents’ basement…”
Do cats actually care if their owners are happy or sad?
Former Detroiter Joins Thousands Retiring To Mexico For Free Healthcare, Affordable Housing … And The Weather
“It was at six months that I got a dog, because I knew that this was home; I’d found it.”
“Everybody with a $300,000 house has gotta have a big pumpkin.”
“I want her to have the opportunity just like suburb schools — the same type of education as them…”
It should be quite a show in the night sky on Sunday as the Supermoon undergoes an eclipse.
Detroit last year started using the ShotSpotter system to help officers pinpoint where shots are being fired.
He blames the Internet.
The center on the waterfront near Milliken State Park is intended to allow metro Detroiters to experience all that great outdoors in Michigan has to offer.
The bomb squad was called in to investigate what police said could’ve been a dangerous device.
Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham said all 5 teens had alcohol in their systems.
Campaigning for his so-called “D-Insurance” plan, Mayor Mike Duggan says he can prove it will save Detroiters 50 percent.
It’s “a truly one of a kind piece of Detroit sports history.”
“I’ve got mixed emotions because he is one of the greatest coaches in the league, if not the greatest coach in the league,” said Holland.
A steady stream of mourners came to pay their respects during the visitation for Jonathon Monolios.
Every candidate missed the filing deadline, so the ballot will be empty at the August primary, with space for the write-ins.
Sheriff Bouchard says that in one case alone, at a car dealership last month, thieves made off with $42,000 in wheels in one night.
Robbie Timmons began CANTER in the late 90’s to help find new jobs for the thousands of retired racehorses threatened with slaughter.
Gilbert has filed a preemptive lawsuit claiming the Department of Justice is trying to force a cash settlement for something he didn’t do.
The Big Four leaders of Detroit, Wayne, Macomb and Oakland Counties told the members of the 8 Mile Boulevard Association just how they will vote on next month’s Proposal 1.
Justin Verlander and Kate Upton are all about being in the center of action.
In 1973 … I was making $5 an hour; this is 2015, Michigan is still $8.40 – you think about it,” he said.
The project will cost $50 million in all and include the construction of 150 homes across the street.
While many are raving about the spectacular show, it left a bad taste in the mouths of fans who were kicked out.
The deadline is April 27.