April Morton is a Detroit native, and a graduate of Wayne State University, with a BA in Speech/Communications.

She has several years of TV broadcast experience in both small and large markets. April started her career as an intern for WJBK FOX-2 news.

Her first professional job was at WLNS in Lansing, Michigan.

Fast forward, to one husband and two kids later, April found herself Reporting on Detroit radio, a career that was short-lived.

After realizing the dream of being on-camera wasn’t going away, she accepted a Reporter position at WNEM TV-5 in Saginaw.

Now, April is beyond excited to be in her hometown as a Reporter, telling the stories of those in her community.

Latest From April Morton

DPD Make Arrest In Illegal Dumping Crack Down, 'Will Not Be Tolerated In Detroit'After years of this ongoing issue in Detroit, the city and DPD cracking down on illegal dumping. DPD recently arrested someone for dumping concrete in a SW Detroit neighborhood, he's facing charges and fines.
Henry Ford Health Doctors Bust COVID Vaccine Myths, They Say Being Circulating OnlineOfficial’s with Henry Ford Health says there’s been a lot of COVID-19 vaccination myths circulating online, in an effort to get more people vaccinated, they say they want to set the record straight.
As More Vacationers Take Road Trips This Summer, Experts Offer Car Safety TipsTravel is making a comeback this summer. Tripadvisor’s 2021 Summer Travel Index reveals over two-thirds of Americans are planning to take a trip this summer. With a record number of those summer vacationers traveling by car, Belle Tire has some important safety tips to ensure your vehicle is ready for the road.
Macomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel Assesses Damage As Clean Up Continues In Armanda After Saturday's TornadoMacomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel says it's too early to tell dollar amount of tornado damage in Armada, suspects will be in Millions. He and the county Emergency Management Director Brandon Lewis toured the area Tuesday morning.
Wayne County Sheriff's S.C.O.U.T Program Assist Area Police With Crime, Speeding In The CommunityThe Sheriff’s S.C.O.U.T. Team is out in full force this summer, working alongside neighborhood community leaders and Watch Programs to identify problems that are diminishing quality of life in many neighborhoods