WWJ Newsradio 950 City Beat Reporter Vickie Thomas, a newly-crowned recipient of the 2015 Michigan Chronicle Women of Excellence Award, says she is proud to have been selected for the honor.
Join WWJ for the 4th annual Celebrity Coneys for a Cause at American Coney Island on Wednesday, February 4th, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
As the state’s preeminent public policy event, the Conference offers the opportunity for business, government, community and philanthropic leaders to come together on Michigan’s Center Stage.
Personalities from WWJ, 97.1 The Ticket and AMP Radio took part in the fundraising game which collected more than $6,000 towards cystic fibrosis.
“We say get involved, get engaged and let’s not allow the clock to be turned back,” said Detroit NAACP President Wendell Anthony.
Over 1600 attendees will converge on Mackinac Island starting Wednesday for the beginning of the annual Mackinac Policy Conference.
Detroit is broke.That’s the gist of a new report from the city’s emergency manager, Kevyn Orr.
The IRS alleged during his time in office Kilpatrick spent $1.5 million, which the agent said exceeded his salary by $840,000.
“The mayor said cool and that was it,” reporter Vickie Thomas said, recounting Miller’s testimony about Kilpatrick’s reaction to opening the envelope full of $100 bills in an Asian Village restaurant bathroom.
Former Cobo Hall contractor Karl Kado kicked off the week of testimony.