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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“They had two bedrooms and the laundry room and a bathroom and a playroom for the kids…and it’s totally destroyed,”
It’s like a nightmare from which she can’t wake up, says April Millsap’s mom.
“We have people who are taking food who have lost their jobs. We have people who are underemployed. We have people who have incredible medical expenses, who simply can’t pay their bills.”
Once the site of Tiger Stadium, Navin Field served as the location for a themed wedding complete with a baseball bat arch, popcorn, peanuts and cracker jacks.
“We just got tired of being isolated from people … So that’s when we got the idea to move downtown.”
Daniel Fabrizio of Warren used items he already had around his home.
Oakland County prosecutors are fighting the release of a 58-year-old Southfield woman in bizarre shooting case.
It’s a new way to get an absentee ballot for the August primary in Detroit.
Dr. Shiner says that an estimated one to two percent of the population has no empathy for others and they are capable of anything.
It’s a special tribute at the ballpark to the last Detroit Tiger team to win the World Series two decades ago.
First a slip of the tongue — now a t-shirt.
They are a mission to document Americana and prove that the American Dream is not dead …
The world has been going crazy this week for the World Cup and some local fans are putting in a lot of time watching the games, too.
Detroit police have lost one of their own.
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.
Detroit Police working all night to round-up drug dealers and parole violators… for “Operation April Showers.”
The former boarding house was in such bad shape that all he could salvage were the four walls, the carved wood banister and some leaded windows.
The world’s highest mountain has seen its deadliest-ever disaster Friday.
Five people have been arrested, including a mother-daughter Macomb County team.
Deborah Hughes stepped in while Utash was being attacked and told the men who were kicking and beating him on the ground to stop.
“We’ve found bone fragments and ashes again and again…”