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.
“… It looked like it was just gonna blow — it was gonna explode.”
The premiere of “Anything is Possible” stars Ethan Bortnick a child piano prodigy and Lacy Chabert of “Mean Girls” fame.
They call it “apple picking,” and it has Detroit police so concerned they’re using a new approach to combat it.
The team wrapped up their regular season at home over the weekend and hit a record-setting attendance of over three million fans.
The symptoms were pain and tightness of the chest and sweating.
Federal agents are expected to reveal new information about the Monroe car bombing that injured an attorney and his two sons.
The Road Commission for Oakland County is hiring dozens of workers for the winter season.
Wednesday night’s Powerball jackpot tops $400 million, and that has Metro Detroiters rushing to stores for their tickets.
The Michigan Land Bank has put the home once owned by the rapper’s mother, Debbie Nelson, up for sale.
Sister Simone Campbell, who leads the Catholic social justice lobby called NETWORK, says people don’t realize that the average age of those making minimum wage is 28 and many are struggling to feed their children.