I am a weekend anchor and weekday reporter at FOX 2 who is back working in my hometown.
It took 13 years of learning the ropes, but now I'm home doing what I love! As a reporter I arrived back in Detroit just in time to see a city in the middle of rebuilding itself.
After growing up in Troy and attending MSU (Go Green!) I got my start in TV in Lansing. I then ventured out to horse country, spending sometime in Lexington, Ky. I realized that I was pure Michigan when I took a job that got me closer to home, working in Grand Rapids.
Close was just not good enough for me so here I am back in the D.
If I'm not on air, chances are I'm sampling some of the best music Detroit has to offer having attended hundreds of live concerts over a lifetime.
I love that my job takes me in different directions everyday and allows me to give people a voice they may not otherwise have.
If it's important to you... It's news to me.
Proof of a shot - or no shots. A bar in Detroit is taking a unique approach to try and keep everyone safe.
The owner of the Marble Bar in Detroit is taking a different approach to stopping the spread of COVID-19.
The man who made the initial discovery also shared something else - the two bodies were in the house were apparently there for some time.
One woman said it has been weeks since anyone has seen the man who lives next door. But how he and another person inside that were killed remains a mystery.
Two years ago, 16-year-old Amaria Hall disappeared. Her mother is worried she may have been met someone who befriended and betrayed her.
It's been two years since Amaria Hall was last seen. Her mom hasn't stopped searching for her and is hopeful that some new tips could finally lead her to her daughter.
“I went from being hopeless on the mat in bed to thoughts of suicide,” he said, "to actually the most hopeful person - and I think I was encouraging my own family more, from inside (prison)."
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick spoke candidly Tuesday night.
Tuesday was the third time Kwame Kilpatrick has stood on stage at a Detroit church, but before preaching - he took an hour to be open and candid about what has happened over the past eight years.
"It's just a freak accident. for all those decisions to line up to get to this tragedy it just boggles your mind - of the thousands of generators and campers. they were the ones that it hit," said Jerry Sova, Kole's father.