At FOX 2, my goal is to get you where you need to go and try to make your morning a little better. Along with that, I cover stories of all types, featuring the amazing people in the Metro Detroit community.
Born in California, I was raised in Davison, Michigan with my amazing parents Mike and April, and siblings Savannah and Nick. I’m incredibly close with my family and thank God for them every day, I can’t imagine where I’d be without them.
I went to Michigan State University (Go Green!) and graduated from the Honors College with a BA in Journalism, while working at the student newspaper The State News. Over those years I interned with a number of news outlets including USA Today, ABC 12, and FOX 47.
I started at FOX 2 on the digital side, hosting our live streaming program FOX 2 News Now. Then I began reporting, finding my favorite reports involved people in the community with incredible stories, and started traffic in August 2020.
I’m a diehard sports fan, especially when it comes to football. My future goals include coaching my son OR daughter’s football team with a Belichick style short sleeve hoodie, embarrassing them to smithereens. When I’m not watching a game, in my free time at home I enjoy reading, gaming, and weightlifting (okay they’re not THAT big of weights, but I’m getting there).
For the past couple years I’ve lived in the heart of downtown Detroit with my chinchilla Tiggy (Google chinchillas, you won’t be disappointed). If you need recommendations, I’m your girl. My ideal day includes picking up flowers and groceries at Eastern Market, relaxing at a Tigers game, dinner at La Lanterna in Capitol Park, and grabbing an Old Fashioned on the roof of Monarch Club.
I’m very active on social media and love interacting with viewers, so come by and say hi, I’d love to meet you. Thanks for watching!
Once bikes and helmets are adjusted to fit, they're good to take home.
Both I-275 and I-75 will see major road closures this weekend as road crews begin the next phase of each interstate's revitalization project.
A semi truck on fire early Thursday morning has shut down I-696 from Mound to 11 Mile.
The state will be shutting down a solid chunk of I-75 in Oakland County this weekend to demolish the Stephenson Highway bridge.
A stretch of northbound I-75 that was closed due to a jack-knifed semi is now open.
For any Lions fans coming from north of the Motor City, they're going to come face to face with highway closures that stretch several miles north.
MDOT is suspending or lifting restrictions on 83 construction projects of the currently 147 ongoing projects. The suspensions start 3 p.m. Friday and end at 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Metro Detroit is under another round of series flooding due to a series of heavy storms that swept through the night Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
It's a hectic time to be running an animal shelter. It's probably even crazier to be the pets moving from shelter to home and back to shelter. That's why FOX 2 is teaming up with Detroit Animal Care & Control to see if we can empty the shelters.
As of 6 a.m. Saturday morning, all Detroit freeways, including I-94 are open.