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.
U of M: No Football Tickets Sales To General Public This Season
Take a look at these pictures. You may not see that kind of celebration (in the crowd), in fact, any kind of celebration, for a while, if ever again.
If You Miss This Comet This Week, You’ll Have To Wait 7000 Years
A recently discovered comet, named Neowise, is giving us a once in a lifetime look, because of its brightness, at something very rare, a peak at a conglomeration of dust, ice and gases dating back to the formation of the solar system.
In These Extremely Difficult Times, Michigan State Police Is Hiring
The wording is careful, but clear. The Michigan State Police is looking to hire "individuals who are uniquely different while working together as one".
Troy Weaver’s Job: Make Pistons Matter Again
Earlier this Spring, watching the "The Last Dance" documentary series on ESPN, one of the things that really stuck out was how much the Pistons (and the Bulls, even more so) mattered back then. The Bad Boys of the late 80's, and Michael and the Jordan-aires. Good times. But that was 3…
Governor Puts Teeth Behind Covid-19 Auto Insurance Rebates
As Michigan begins to loosen restrictions on many things that we used to take for granted, now comes an official ruling from the state that is totally opposite of what we're used to.
MSU Coaches ‘Zoom’ In To Support Doctor Who Beat The Virus
They may appear to be little things, but those little things can sometimes be big. Reading a story in today's Free-Press, about a doctor at Henry Ford Hospital, who came very close to dying of coronavirus, but as he pulled through it, he would lose his dad to the coronavirus last week.
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.
Unemployment Down Slightly in December in Michigan
Michigan's seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate went down a tenth of a percentage point, to 4 to 3.9% in December, according to figures released Thursday by Michigan's Department of Technology, Management and Budget.
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.
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.