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.
New Bill Would Require Casinos to Use Winnings for Child Support [Video]
A new bill being proposed would require casinos to use winnings for overdue child support before giving winners the leftover cash.
State House Approves $195 Million in Aid for Detroit
On Thursday, the Michigan House of Representatives approved a package worth just under $195 million that would aid Detroit in its attempt to emerge from bankruptcy.
GM Recalls More Cars Than They Sold Last Five Years [Video]
The bad news keeps on coming for GM.
Population in Flint Falls Under 100,000 for First Time in Over 90 Years
For the first time in over 90 years, Flint’s population has fallen to under 100,000 according to new estimates released from the Census Bureau.
MDOT Lifts Traffic Restrictions to Ease Memorial Day Travel
As people are getting ready to head out for the Memorial Day weekend, MDOT is removing some of the restrictions to help ease traffic delays for holiday travelers.
Flint School Board Approves Over 90 Layoffs to Teachers, Staff [Video]
At their Monday night meeting, the Flint School Board approved layoffs for 91 teachers and staff as part of its deficit elimination plan.
Annual “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Underway
Heading into the Memorial Day Holiday weekend, law enforcement across the state are stepping up enforcement of seat belt regulations.
Groups Teaming Up in Flint to “Light Up the City”
A group of organizations are coming together to help neighborhoods in Flint "Light Up the City" this week.
Second Annual Tour de Crim Rolled Through Downtown Flint Saturday [Video]
The second annual Tour De Crim rolled through downtown Flint on Saturday.
Michigan Senate Votes to Increase Minimum Wage
A bill passed through the Michigan Senate last week that would raise the state's minimum wage.
Baker College Hosting Annual Car and Motorcycle Show
Baker College will host their fifth annual car and motorcycle show on Sunday.
American Red Cross Hosting Touch-N-Learn Open House Saturday
The American Red Cross Genesee-Lapeer Chapter in Flint is hosting a fun "free" day for the whole family on Saturday!