I am the Digital Content Manager for 95.3 WBCK and also am a news reporter and a contributor to the morning show. My broadcasting career began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan other than a year away in West Virginia. I was born and raised in the Kalamazoo suburb of Parchment. I married my wife Lacy in Las Vegas in 2006. We enjoy traveling, meteorology, aurora hunting, astronomy, music, movies, television and much more. We also enjoy the company of our cat companions Brutus, Stanley and Frankie as well as the serenity of our fish aquarium. I enjoy history, (especially local and Michigan related), among other hobbies. I am huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons. I am a proud Xennial born in 1979 and sandwiched between Generation-X and Millenials. My outlook on the world is unique at the least. I'm an old soul with a youthful heart and an open mind.
Michigan’s Emergency Alert System Failed Miserably During Overnight AMBER Alert
A lot of people around Michigan were awoken, perhaps several times, as an apparent bug in the Emergency Alert System allowed an AMBER Alert to be sent to mobile devices repeatedly.
ABC’s 20/20 To Air Kalamazoo Mass Shooting Feature – Will You Watch Or Have You Had Enough…
February 20th marks three years to the day that one of the biggest nightmares in Kalamazoo's history unfolded.
Beer Magazine Sparks Outrage In Michigan With Apparent #MeToo Mockery
The owner of a magazine called Great Lakes Brewing News is getting heat after an article he published referenced several controversial topics related to the #MeToo movement.
School Closings By County? There’s A State That Does It That Way
School closings quickly become a lengthy list on the worst winter days (or weeks) in Michigan. For those of us in broadcasting, it also becomes quite stressful when it is thrown into the mix of regular daily responsibilities.
You’ll Tell Your Kids About The January 2019 Winter Storm – Let’s Give It A Name!
Heavy snow and areas of Lake effect snow were followed by some insanely cold temperatures and extreme wind chills that we hadn't seen in decades.
Survival Stories: Numerous Rescues During Michigan’s Dangerous Deep Freeze
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has released details of dozens of incidents they were dispatched to during the winter emergency in areas of Michigan during the last week of January.
BREAKING: Jason Dalton Receives Maximum Sentence In Kalamazoo Mass Shooting
Jason Dalton is the convicted killer in a mass shooting in areas of Kalamazoo in 2016 that left six dead and two injured.
Manhunt Underway After Overnight Shooting Of Michigan Police Officer
A suspect who reportedly shot and injured a Mid-Michigan police officer during a traffic stop early Tuesday morning is still on the loose.
MSU Board To John Engler: Resign Or Be Fired
The board has scheduled an emergency meeting that is to happen at 8:00 am Thursday morning which is believed to be when Engler will be fired if he hasn't resigned by then.
WATCH: Michigan Marching Band Once Starred In Super Bowl Halftime Show
Anyone who was a member of the University of Michigan Marching band in 1973 has quite the story to tell.
Shutdown Continues (No, not that one): FOX 17 & Spectrum Still In Dispute
Thousands of Spectrum television subscribers in West Michigan have been without local Fox affiliate FOX 17 since January 2nd due to a contract dispute between the cable provider and the station's parent company Tribune Broadcasting.
Michigan Family Among Six Killed In Horrific Wrong Way Crash In Kentucky
Authorities in Kentucky believe drunk driving was to blame for a wrong way crash that left a family of five from Michigan dead early Monday morning.