Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
First Three Michigan Coronavirus Tests Results Are Back
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has released the first three coronavirus test results with a fourth pending.
No Detroit Auto Show? No Problem. GR Auto Show Is Next Week
Moving the Detroit Auto Show to summer seemed like a good idea, but reading the news out of Detroit this week, it's turned out to be bad for many of the surrounding area businesses dependent on the crowds that made it Cobo Arena, or whatever it's called now.
Heartbreaking: Lions’ Marvin Jones’ Infant Son Dies
Detroit Lions' wide receiver Marvin Jones and wife Jazmyn are mourning the death of the their infant son, Marlo.
Bell’s Honor Veterans With New Beer Release
Bell's is honoring military veterans with a special beer release on Veterans Day, November 11th.
I-94 To Be Widened To Six Lanes in Portage Beginning in 2021
Another example of road construction being a never ending torture for Michigan drivers; M-DOT has announced a two year widening project for Interstate 94, from Portage Road to Sprinkle Road.
Should Michigan School Buses Have These Safety Additions?
It's enough to make your blood boil. Careless drivers driving right a stopped school bus. The results of such a mistake can be tragic. How often does it happen? It's probably correct to say one time is too often.
Michigan Joins Lawsuit To Keep Your Phone Bill From Going Up
So far, it's fourteen states and the District of Columbia; a joint effort to block a proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint,
Three Ex-Pats To Sign With Lions And Jesse James, Too.
It must be the weather, or living in an area where championships come around about as often as cicadas, or in the case of the Lions, approaching the frequency of Halley's comet (75 years). Here's the question: Do you allow yourself to get excited about ESPN reporting the Lions' plans …
We Know What’s Going Into Cheli’s, But What About The Prices?
One of the sad things about Chris Chelios' leaving the Detroit Red Wings organization (to live closer to his aging mom) is that he was closing Cheli's Chili Bar, across from Comerica Park.
What To Do With Your Christmas Tree? Let The Goat Eat It
In just a few days, all the presents will be open, all the chaos of a full house of relatives and kids will have subsided, and what you'll be left with will be a ton of boxes and wrapping paper and, of course, the Christmas tree.