Hi there, I am the 5 p.m. anchor at FOX 2 News.
My career started at age 14 when I produced and hosted my own television program in Troy, Mich. In my first two years at Michigan State University, I was on the air at the CBS & ABC stations in Lansing, Mich.
I was then hired to anchor the news in Flint, Mich. where I did news and weather for four years. That was followed by seven years at NBC in New Orleans. After 24 hurricanes including Katrina, I moved to Detroit in ‘09 where an economic storm was brewing. I am an ardent believer in the city’s future.
FOX 2 led the way during the 2020 elections, bringing you more exclusives than any other station in town. I was proud to have nailed down three exclusive, one on one interviews with then candidate Joe Biden. I also secured three, one on one exclusives with former President Trump. My final interview landed me in the Rose Garden with a one on one with Trump for 15 minutes at the White House. Election Day was exciting. After getting access to candidate Kamala Harris in Detroit, I decided to call the White House and ask if former VP Pence would be game for a phone interview. He called my cell phone minutes later, capping off an extraordinary political season.
I believe getting exclusives is about building relationships with people. I am committed to continuing this connection with our community so that we can bring you stories you won’t see anywhere else.
I am also a public speaking coach and keynote speaker. At TEDxDetroit In 2019, I headlined with my talk highlighting the gifts of rejection.
I live with my wife, Julie, and our boxer pup Louise. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, traveling and reading. I hate wearing winter caps but I love a good baseball cap on the weekends as we hack around parks throughout the area.
My parents live down the road and I am so happy they are able to watch me on TV every night. There’s nothing like coming home.
Mark Vanderwerp of Rose Pest Solutions says this is a harsh reality as the stuff just sits there and waits. Especially for food products like flour, rice, beans, and spices - where insects thrive.
Detroit police officers and firefighters who have shown bravery and heroism will be recognized at the 9th annual Above & Beyond Awards.
A Milford man who lost his leg after a hunting accident spends his time creating customized products for others through Cutting Edge Laser Engraving.
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When you purchase camouflage merchandise from nonprofit U.S. Vets, the money will go to support homeless veterans.
The response team works directly with police departments and goes through a list of all the overdose cases. Then they come to their door later and have an intervention.
"Some of the conversations that they have, are just amazing to me," Shaw said. "I’ve been doing this for 26 years as a trooper and 11 as a military policeman in the Army, society needs a little bit of help right now."
"We are on a downslope right now, if you look at the parameters of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths," Fauci said. "They continue to come down. But we are not at a comfortable place, yet. We still have about 65,000 to 70,000 new cases per day. We have to go much lower than that.
"One in four American Jews (felt they were) personally targeted by anti-Semitism this past year, whether physical attacks, remark in person or online," she said.
The FBI says don’t pay. It’s literally what emboldens and empowers these ransomware criminals. Cyber-risk expert David Derigiotis of Burns and Wilcox knows that may be tough.