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.
An Iron Chef from Cleveland is looking to open a second restaurant in the Detroit area.
A recently retired Detroit high school basketball coach has been fatally shot.
“One of our customers actually kayaked out to us,” said Glorija Maticevic, owner of the frozen yogurt shop “Spoonlickers.”
Larry Mongo could not say what exactly his role will be in “How to Catch a Monster,” but said he’s excited to be a part of it.
It’s ten years after the U.S. invaded Iraq, leading to the dethroning of dictator Saddam Hussein. Over those years, thousands of American soldiers have lost their lives, including more than 200 from Michigan.
A local hospital has seen a rush of snow-related injuries.
A local gun shop says gun and ammo sales have more than doubled compared to this time last year.
Instead of the usual chocolate and roses this Valentine’s Day, how about a free divorce?
Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has announced her support to establish special identification cards for the state’s 670,000 military vets.
Canton band TwentyForSeven sang at Noah Cyrus’ birthday bash in Hollywood Tuesday night.