A native Detroiter and University of Michigan graduate, I got a break early in my 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.
State Attorney General Bill Schuette states that the ban is to ensure that relations benefit, rather than harm, society and threatens to appeal if the ban is overturned.
White Castle’s Daina Ford says many locations like the one in Ferndale are filled up on reservations for the meal and many are repeat customers.
It’s your chance to see one of the oddest Olympic sports up close and personal.
His friend Robert Guzman says Lehr wanted to be buried like a “cowboy in the 1800s,” so he and a few friends built him a special pine box where he was laid out in front of the stage.
The principal of Romeo High School has called an outraged father to apologize about a controversial homework assignment.
A yoga instructor is trying for a world record this month: 3,000 people doing yoga on Ford Field in Detroit.
Melissa Gilbert of “Little House on the Prairie” fame stopped by C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital to read her new children’s book.
Sub zero temperatures, rain, snow, sleet or hail…the show will go on this Sunday in Howell.
How cold is it? Even too cold for some birds that fare well in Alaska.
Ice carvers have been braving the elements in Plymouth this week, getting ready for one of the crowning events on the winter calendar.