I have enjoyed working in the radio broadcast industry for over 50 years. I'm married, and live in Grand Ledge. I enjoy walks in our awesome parks, travelling, working in the yard, playing cards, and hanging with family. I grew up in the south, and have worked from Miami to Seattle in radio. I've been a Michigan resident for 18 years now, and I'm done moving!
Former Lansing Sears Building Hits the Market for Redevelopment
The Gillespie group leases the property to Sears and the lease doesn’t expire until 2029. Sears has contracted the Gillespie Group to create redevelopment plans.
Consumers Energy Wants to Raise Rates in Michigan; Attorney General Questions Whether it’s ‘Exorbitant’
Consumers Energy provides electricity for 1.9 million Michigan customers.
Small Town Michigan Man Quits Apple Job to sing, Lands on Nick Jonas’ Team on ‘The Voice’
His name is Bradley Sinclair and he recently made a move to Nashville Tennessee to break into the business.
Is Cannabis The Cure for the Coronavirus? MSU Research Project Says It Can Help
Since the early 90’s the professor has studied the mechanisms affecting the immune system by certain cannabinoids which are the constituents of cannabis.
Former Lansing Mayor Bernero Brushes Off Sexual Harassment Allegations as ‘Toxic Politics’
The Mayor does not recall the incidents, and said the alleged was unacceptable and wrong, and he apologized for any pain caused.
Semi-Truck Roll-Over Crash on I-96 Was Fatal, MDOT Crews Inspecting Bridge Pillars in Williamston
The Pier of the bridge, which is what holds the bridge up, was where the semi hit, causing damage to the beams and substructure located below the bridge
MSU Police Captain Was Highly Intoxicated, Belligerent With Michigan State Trooper
She also refused to take a breath test, telling the Trooper “I am not doing anything without an attorney.”
Michigan Now Has A Surplus of Effective COVID Treatment
The State of Michigan has also been stockpiling another Covid-19 treatment from our Federal Government. This treatment is not for everyone, it’s only effective with a certain group of people.
Meridian Township Michigan Still Unsure About Allowing Recreational Marijuana Sales
There have been six applications so far in Meridian Township for a medical marijuana sales license. But the businesses say the only way for it to be profitable for them is if they can also do recreational sales.
Michigan Getting Almost a Half-Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses This Week
This week’s shipments should include 82,700 doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which requires only one dose, said MDHHS spokeswoman Lynn Sutfin.