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Associated Press Names WWJ Newsradio 950 Best In State

The station also won firsts for Best Enterprise/Investigative Reporting, for Roberta Jasina’s reports on the Lawrence Delisle case 25 years later, and Best Individual Reporting.

CBS Detroit–05/18/2015

(WWJ Photo/Florence Walton)

Officials: Mich.’s Vaccination Rates Are Dropping

Doctors and public health officials are warning that immunization rates have dropped in Michigan and are urging parents to get their kids vaccinated.


Parent Upset Over School Nut Ban Loses Lawsuit

A Macomb County parent who sued because of her displeasure with a school ban on nuts has lost her case at the Michigan appeals court.


Michigan College President Refers To ‘Dark Ones’

The leader of a small Michigan college referred to the faces of minorities on his campus as “dark ones” during an appearance before a legislative subcommittee.


File photo of Desmond Howard striking the Heisman Trophy pose in 1991. (credit: Chris Covatta/Getty Images)

Howard Files Counterclaim In ’91 Heisman Pose Dispute

Ex-football star Desmond Howard is taking his own legal action after a photographer sued him in a copyright dispute over a 1991 Heisman Trophy pose in the end zone.



Gale To Digitize Decades Of Associated Press News

The research and reference resource publisher Gale Monday announced an agreement with the Associated Press to digitize the AP’s corporate archives.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/08/2013

WWJ's Greg Bowman interviews former Negro League player, Bill Hill.

Associated Press Honors WWJ’s Greg Bowman

WWJ anchor Greg Bowman is being awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Michigan Associated Press this Saturday.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/14/2012


Journalist Herb Boldt Dies At 84

Herb Boldt, a former reporter and editor at The Detroit News who also wrote an outdoors column for The Associated Press in Michigan, has died.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/28/2011

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Ruth Cain, Journalist Icon, Memorial Service And Donation Info

Michigan’s journalism community lost a trailblazer for women with the passing of Ruth Cain.

CBS 62–11/23/2011

Poll: Most Attuned Voters Tilt Toward GOP

A new poll shows that Americans with the strongest opinions about the country’s most divisive issues are unhappy with how President Barack Obama is handling them.