Danny is a life-long Lansing resident, and Everett High School graduate. Danny has been a very visible on-air radio personality in the Lansing market for over 30 years. Danny is the morning show host and you can listen every morning from 5:30a.m. to 10a.m. Danny loves spending time with his wife Lori, and his two children Blake and Aubrey. Danny's hobbies are walking, bowling and playing golf. Danny's best game ever was a 279, 11 strikes in a row. He's still hoping to bowl that perfect game. He also hopes to win the green jacket by playing in the Masters tournament someday and plans on playing in the Pro Am with Phil Mickelson.
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A federal court order requires all vaping products to file an authorization application by May 12.
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