I began my radio career in Port Huron, Michigan in 2015. I thought I’d give sunny Gainesville, Florida a try and moved there at the beginning of 2019, but missed the Mid-West a little too much and ended the year in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I grew up right outside of Detroit, Michigan and attended Specs Howard School of Media Arts where I became certified in broadcasting. While attending school, I worked as a veterinarian assistant taking care of animals on and off for seven years. Outside of radio, I enjoy yoga, drinking tea (lots of it), hanging out in my hammock (when the weather permits) and replacing song lyrics with my cats' names.
Michigan Senator Wants Sandhill Crane Hunting Season Established
Sandhill cranes are currently a non-game bird. Michigan state senator, Ed McBroom, wants to approve a sandhill crane hunting season.
CDC Urges Gym Users To Be Careful
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning gym users to be careful after discovering outbreaks in Chicago and Honolulu.
Ingham County Looking For Volunteer Vaccinators
Health officials are looking for medical professionals willing to help out at Ingham County's vaccination center.
East Lansing Pizza Shop Received Help Paying Rent
A local pizza shop was worried they would have to close their 26 year-old business until they received help from the East Lansing Building Authority.
How Climate Change Is Affecting Our Allergies
Do you feel like your allergies are getting worse every year, because I do.
Comcast Offers Grants To Minority-Owned Detroit Businesses
Comcast is offering grants to minority-owned business as part of the Comcast RISE Investment Fund that was launched to help small businesses survive the pandemic.
Some Michiganders Will Receive Stimulus Debit Cards
If you haven't received your stimulus payment yet, keep an eye out for a white envelope with the U.S. Department of Treasury seal on it.
Great Lakes Ice Coverage Hit A Record Low
With January and December being warmer than normal, the entire Great Lakes ice coverage has hit a record low.
Over 100 Restaurants Sign Open Letter To Governor Whitmer
100 restaurants have signed Saddleback BBQ's open letter to Governor Whitmer.
The Blizzard That Stunned Michigan in 1978
Where were you during the Great Blizzard of '78?