I have always loved radio. This goes back to my childhood when a neighbor had a talk show on a Detroit station. I would go down to the station with him, watch and listen to him, and think "I want to do that one day!" I started out with a radio class in high school, interned at the neighbor's station, and then continued in college. Unfortunately, like most new college graduates, I had bills to pay, so I took a job in sales instead of following my passion. After a few sales jobs over a ten year period, including an Internet start-up that didn't work out, I took time to figure out what I wanted to do with the rest of my life, and would make me happy while doing it. This led me back to radio. I went to Specs Howard to get reacquainted with the industry and while there, did yet another internship at WWJ 950AM. From there I got my first break reporting the news for a group of radio stations in Big Rapids, Michigan. My claim to fame while there? I was standing next to United States Senator Carl Levin who was in town speaking when two college students ran up and threw a pie into his face. I had gotten the audio too! No one else there had pictures or video. Fox News, ABC and others called and asked for it. After about 15 months there, I wanted to come back to this side of the state where my family and friends are, and take on a new challenge. In September 2011, I was hired in as the News Director here at WFNT 1470. I am happy to be here, look forward to working in the Flint community, and helping to make WFNT the media presence I know it can be!
Governor Snyder Talks Flint Water Crisis with WFNT 1470
Following Tuesday night's State of the State address, Governor Rick Snyder spoke more about the Flint water crisis with WFNT 1470.
Hillary Clinton Campaign Talks about Flint Water Crisis with WFNT 1470
On Sunday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used her closing remarks in the debate to address the Flint water crisis.
Amir Hekmati Reunites with Family, Congressman Dan Kildee
Amir Hekmati, a former Marine from Flint who was imprisoned in Iran for more than four years, met with his family for the first time today in Germany.
Gov. Snyder: Legionnaires’ Cases Up in Flint Area
In a news conference on Wednesday, Governor Snyder said that there has been a spike in Legionnaires' cases in Flint over the past two years.
Gov. Snyder Declares State of Emergency for Genesee County
On Tuesday afternoon, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder declared a state of emergency for Genesee County due to the "ongoing health and safety issues caused by lead in the City of Flint's drinking water."
Michigan DEQ Director Resigns Over Flint Water Crisis
In a statement this afternoon, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said Dan Wyant, Director of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, has resigned.
AAA Urges Michigan Motorists to Prepare Vehicles for Winter Weather
After last weekend's early snowfall, and with the first day of winter less than a month away, AAA Michigan is urging motorists to prepare their vehicles for winter.
AAA: Over 1.5 Million Michiganders Celebrating Thanksgiving with Holiday Getaway
Over 1.5 million Michiganders are expected to travel to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday next week, the most since 2007.
Watch It Here: Gov. Snyder to Sign Road Funding Package Today
After almost four years of discussions on how to pay to fix Michigan's deteriorating roads and bridges, Governor Rick Snyder will sign a road funding package into law today.
Flint’s New Mayor Sworn into Office on Monday
Dr. Karen Weaver, who beat incumbent Dayne Walling in last Tuesday's election, was officially sworn into office on Monday.
Voters Elect Dr. Karen Weaver Mayor of Flint
With nearly 14,000 voters turning out, a new mayor of Flint was chosen on Tuesday.
Flint Begins Fall Fire Hydrant Flushing
The City of Flint has announced it has begun fall fire hydrant flushing as part of its winterization program, a move that will also help facilitate the change in water source.