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.
An enthusiastic crowd of race-goers attended Sunday’s Grand Prix race on Belle Isle.
A survey conducted by the Red Cross showed that the majority of Americans say that they have what it takes to be strong swimmers, but 54 percent can’t display critical water safety skills.
The Detroit Public Schools say there is a critical need for teachers in the district, so a hiring fair was held to fill the ranks.
It’s a debate raging in Washtenaw County … to drill or not to drill?
While I found the challenge exhilarating, not everyone was as impressed. High schooler Eric Bixby said he liked it, but he won’t be back any time soon.
Now a motivational speaker, Frank Meeink says his message is about empathy for others, regardless of religion or race.
The film is the brainchild of former accountant Anthony Broughton, a proud graduate of Cass Tech High School.
It’s the end of an era for a video store in Clawson that catered to film buffs.
State Senator Rick Jones has co-sponsored legislation making it illegal to post sexually graphic pictures of someone without their written permission.
It was a heartbreaking arraignment, with the baby’s mother sobbing throughout the proceedings.