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.
Jonny Owczarski, a 37-year-old father of two from Harrison Township was killed in a bar in Roseville after a 21-year-old shot him five times. His alleged killer, Nolan Baca, has pleaded not guilty to murder. He faces life in prison.
A large tree that was on the lot of a city-owned home next door to a mom of 5 kids came crashing through the roof of the family home. It took almost a week, but the city of Detroit is finally taking care of the issue.
Nick White says his mom was at the family cottage in Honor, Michigan near Traverse City, about 200 miles from metro Detroit.
At least five families in Dearborn Heights are watching their mailboxes closely hoping the city will help pay after their basements were flooded with raw sewage early Saturday morning.
A Milford village employee claims he was extorted out of thousands by his boss, the director of public services, in a lawsuit Monday.
A conversation with a neighbor prompted Trevor Sebastian to check his home security system, and he was surprised at what he saw.
It was a long night for Cheryl Chambliss watching over her house because it’s deemed unsafe for entry.
A police chase ended in a violent crash killing two people and leaving three hospitalized in Detroit Tuesday.
Police have released security footage of a late-night carjacking that happened in Plymouth on Sept. 28. The footage reveals a pretty clear depiction of suspects lying in wait in a silver Ford Taurus, waiting for the owner of another car to come out of a Valero gas station located at the 13500 Block of Plymouth Road. The carjacking happened at 2:55 a.m., when one suspect holds the victim at gunpoint, while another suspect robs them of their possessions. If anyone has information on these three, they're asked to call Crime Stoppers or Commerical Auto Theft.