Tom Jordan, a three-time Emmy award winning journalist, co-anchors the WWJ Newsradio 950 morning drive newscasts with Roberta Jasina. Tom also anchors and reports his weekday segment, “Eye on Detroit” on CBS 62 in Detroit.
Jordan comes to Detroit via San Diego, Calif., where he was a TV news anchor and reporter at KUSI News. He previously worked in Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and Washington state.
He has covered some of the nation’s biggest stories, including multiple presidential campaigns; the October 2007 Southern California Wildfires; breaking coverage for NBC News on the death of former president Gerald Ford; the 2002 Winter Olympics; and the downturn in the U.S. economy.
He co-anchored two Emmy award-winning newscasts for coverage of the September 11th terrorist attacks and the subsequent invasion of Afghanistan. He was also awarded an Emmy for best coverage of the 2007 wildfires.
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Detroit is known for a lot of things including its music so now the Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music is helping the up and comers get their music heard.
A strong support system is vital when it comes to education. That’s the focus of the latest Eye on Detroit feature.
Chris Lambert’s “Life Remodeled” project is working with sponsors and the community to renovate Cody Rouge High School. A film is premiering to showcase the work.
A key component of what’s known as the Grand Bargain is a deal to help protect pensioners as Detroit goes through bankruptcy. That deal depends on the Detroit Institute of Art reaching its $100,000,000 fundraising goal.
The executive of the M-1 Rail project thinks it’s the beginning of a beautiful thing — connecting neighborhoods, services and businesses with each other.
The biggest challenge for growth in Michigan business and our state’s economy – is preparing a ready workforce for today’s very different business environment. Mark Simon is up to the challenge.
Little Luke loves to tell stories — especially now that he has a listening ear.
A new app could change the face of social media.
Established in 1965 and nestled inside an old glove factory on West Lafayette Boulevard and 5th Street in downtown Detroit is a rare glimpse into history.
He’s blind, autistic and has a voice that can make grown men cry.