Zahra Huber is reporter, editor and producer who joined WWJ Newsradio 950 in 2008. She worked in the newsletter department of CBS Radio for a little over a year before being promoted to the newsroom.
Zahra grew up in Queens, New York. She moved to Michigan with her family in 2002. Even though Zahra misses NY, she says she has grown to love Detroit and everything it has to offer.
When she’s not working, Zahra enjoys exploring the city, trying new restaurants, taking pictures and baking.
You can follow her on Twitter @zahrahuber25 or send her an email: Zahra.email@example.com.
“This gets into private jet, private island, and multiple mansion territory, that’s for sure.”
A surprising find when it comes to monogamous relationships and relationships that are more open.
While social media is often criticized for things like bullying, it helped develop a friendship between two people that could save one of their lives.
One hundred fifty members of the Michigan National Guard arriving in Washington D.C., for the inauguration of President-elect Trump.
Beginning Thursday, Michigan State Police officers will be donning new hats — that were last worn almost a century ago.
The Dearborn museum offers a sneak peek at its newest exhibit through the latest internet craze,
The TEN Nail Bar is officially opens Friday in downtown Detroit’s Capitol Park. It offers manis, pedis, coffee and adult beverages.
David Rudolph of the Detroit Dog Rescue, which found Diggy his home, says he never had a doubt.
Investigators discovered nine people inside the house; six were arrested on outstanding warrants.
It’s like you’re looking for treasures every time you go into these old properties.
A new study finds pornography can destroy your happy marriage.
The car once belonged to singer Dee Snider of Twisted Sister and for the right price, it could be yours.
The force has about 16 people on its Marine Services Team.
It’s coming along in the city’s Midtown.
The deer are venturing out into urban areas such as downtown Ferndale and even business parking lots in Southfield.
More than 200 traffic violations were issued with 115 tickets written for speeding by Michigan State Police on Tuesday.
Fasting from dawn to sunset every day during the month of Ramadan is a little more challenging for a Metro Detroit sub shop owner.
But contrary to belief, they don’t actually crawl in your ears — it’s just an old superstition.
Tyler Fernengel , who now lives in California, take his bike through the concourse, to the roof, and down to what’s left of the arena’s turf.
Water Contaminated With Arsenic: Engineers Without Borders Look To Bring Clean Water To Small Village
Members of Engineers Without Borders in Detroit are holding an event Friday evening to raise funds to bring clean water to villagers in Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua.
Nine beaches were originally closed and they’ve reopened all but Addison Oaks County Park in Leonard and Mercer Beach Park in Walled Lake.
Yalla in Arabic means “let’s go.”
Stranded amid the flood are Kate Mangona and her husband Victor, originally from Detroit, who were trying to get to their Houston, Texas home from Dallas Monday afternoon.
A Michigan native becomes the first Muslim American to compete on a popular cooking show, which premieres Wednesday night.
A cafe with cats. That’s the novel idea of an Ann Arbor entrepreneur who plans to merge coffee and cat adoption in Ann Arbor.
“Our staff over there have changed from leading comfortable trekking tours to serving as emergency aid workers…”
A 17-year-old senior at Monroe High School has quite a few schools to choose from once he graduates — including top Ivy League universities.
EMU president Sue Martin is taking a year sabbatical before becoming a professor of accounting and finance.
Brian Flemming used to weigh 625 pounds and drank a fifth of vodka every night.
It’s pothole season. And those giant holes in the roads can cause expensive damage to your car.