I was born and raised in Flint, attending Holy Redeemer High School, Mott Community College, and I have degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Michigan-Flint. I'm also a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving from 1968-1972, and an avid racquetball player that enjoys his workouts at Hurley Health & Fitness Center. I joined Cars 108 and work in multiple roles as Operations Manager and Program Director. I assumed the Program Director role for WQUS (US1031) in 2012.
Winning Lottery Ticket Sold in Flint Close to Being Worthless
A $250,000 winning lottery ticket that was sold in Flint is close to being worthless.
‘Price is Right’ Double Showcase Winner Celebrates in Unique Way [Video]
What a week for winners on game shows!
Baker College to Host Open House for New Business Center
Baker College of Flint is hosting an open house on Saturday for their new Business Center.
State Police Encourage Michiganders to Prepare for Flooding
With the official start of spring today, and a warm up hopefully right around the corner, the Michigan State Police is encouraging residents to be prepared for flooding.
Mott Community College Receives $55 Million Donation
Good news for Mott Community College as it has received its largest in-kind donation ever!
Flint Man Arrested for Carrying AK-47 Rifle
A Flint man was arrested this weekend after police noticed him walking funny and repeatedly "tugging at his pant leg and waistband."
Law Enforcement Agenices Boosting Drunk Driving Patrols
If you're headed out to celebrate St. Patrick's Day or the NCAA Tournament later this week, plan on a designated driver!
Genesys Hosting Talk on Preventing Falls
Every 15 seconds, an older adult is seen in an emergency room for a fall-related injury.
MDOT Shares Tips on How to Deal with Potholes
The Michigan Department of Transportation says record snow and cold may be departing, but they are leaving behind one of Michigan’s worst pothole seasons ever.
Female Deputy Who Filed Lawsuit for Height Discrimination Receives $215,000
A female deputy in Saginaw County who filed a lawsuit alleging discrimination due to her height has received a settlement of $215,000.
Mid-Year Budget Bill Has $215 Million for Roads, Pothole Repair
A proposed bill in the Michigan legislature could soon provide some much needed repairs to the roads.
Flights Cancelled at Bishop Airport as Winter Storm Hits the Area
Unfortunately, those planning on flying out or into Bishop Airport today may have to wait!