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I'm blessed to have one of the greatest jobs in the world. In the 24 years that I've worked for the station, I've traveled the country with Nelson Mandela, followed the Pope, and covered nearly every major political convention. But best of all, I get to work with some of the most talented reporters, photographers and producers in broadcasting.
Along the way, I picked up two Emmy Awards for reporting and four nominations for Best Anchor. Not bad for a young man who was on his way to becoming a lawyer when he got his first big break in television. I think I made the right choice.
Over the years, I've developed a deep and abiding faith in the people of metro Detroit. Time after time, I've seen us overcome enormous odds. No matter where we live or what we do, there is a sense of community that always seems to bring us together. There is nothing we cannot achieve ... no problem that we can't solve.
In addition to anchoring the 5 p.m., 6, 10 and the Edge at 11 p.m. I also host the popular talk show, "Let It Rip!" at 10:30 every Thursday night. Whenever you watch FOX 2, you'll see a wide range of stories and people. Some of them will make you cry; some of them will make you angry; some of them may even leave you laughing. But at the end of the newscast, I hope you feel that we've been working together for you, trying to solve problems, not just expose them.
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President Trump shocked a lot of people this week when he said he'd like to see the country back open by Easter. Is that feasible, or a recipe for disaster?
The coronavirus is not a hoax, this is real. And It's not the flu. It's 3 times more contagious and ten times more deadly.
The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way we’ve done Let It Rip for years. On the panel tonight are just Huel Perkins and Charlie Langton.
Just hours after the president tried to calm fears the coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread, triggering one of the worst days in financial history. We talk to the people in the frontlines working to keep us all healthy and safe.
What is next for Art Van customers and workers? Our panel talks about what liquidation means for the iconic local brand. In our second part we talk Joe Biden's big momentum heading into the Michigan Primary next week and if Bernie can stave him off.
The spreading coronavirus is the big topic just how worried should we be - and what we can all do to stop it. In the second half of the show, fear of the virus is now infecting the stock market. We look at the impact on the global and local economy - how low can it go and what can we do?
The Democratic Debate in Las Vegas wrapped up with a feeding frenzy on Michael Bloomberg but did anybody really win. Also could President Donald Trump commute the sentence of Kwame Kilpatrick.
Bernie Sanders appears to be the Democratic front-runner after the New Hampshire Primary while Saline students are suing claiming the school has no right to punish them - because what they did was not on school grounds.
This weekend on Let It Rip, a few guests join in a discussion about comments made to Gayle King after her controversial interview with Lisa Leslie, bringing up 2003 rape allegations against the late Kobe Bryant.
President Donald Trump was acquitted this week while the Iowa caucus was a disaster. In the meantime concern continues as hundreds are dead and thousands ill with the coronavirus.