Zahra Huber is an Editor, Writer and Producer at WWJ. Growing up in New York City, she first became interested in journalism when an article she wrote in high school was published in Newsday, a daily New York newspaper. That’s when she decided she wanted a career in journalism.
Zahra studied English with a minor in Print Journalism for a year at a college in New York, but then in 2002 her family moved to Michigan. Zahra transferred to the University of Michigan-Dearborn where she continued with the same major and minor. At the University, she was President of the Society of Journalists and Secretary of Student Government. Zahra graduated in 2005, and was hired into WWJ in August of 2008.
And, for those who wonder about her ethnic background, Zahra is half Austrian and half Iraqi.
Barry Peltz, owner of Franklin Cider Mill in Bloomfield Hills, says this year’s warmer weather has led to an overabundance of apples, and that in turn helps his business.
Signs along several Michigan freeways say “Millions of Americans are living happily without religion.”
It may be a nearly impossible task to count the number of stray dogs in Detroit says one local dog rescue leader.
They’re watching out for people speeding, running red lights, texting, and just not paying attention to the road.
A 31-year-old man was accidentally shot while teaching a friend how to defend herself.
Both men and women believe sending explicit texts and pictures to others can be detrimental to your relationship.
The condom challenge. It’s a new trend among teens and it’s causing concern in the medical community.
Eighteen dogs found living in awful conditions at a suspected puppy mill in southern Michigan were removed by a rescue group.
Specs Howard School of Media Arts is offering a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships to Michigan workers.
The “Identify the Missing” event is being held next Tuesday.