My broadcasting career began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan. 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, Stanley and Gordie, as well as the serenity of our fish aquarium. I enjoy history, (especially local and Michigan-related), among other hobbies. I am a huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons.
Brandon James - WBCK
This Abandoned Tunnel Under I-94 Once Kept a One Room Schoolhouse in Michigan Operating
An interesting piece of history that also tells a story of its day sits in a rural area of southern Michigan and lies just beneath a busy interstate highway
Police in Michigan Once Staged a Fake Wedding to Bust Over 80 Drug Dealers
Over the years, we have heard of some creative ways that law enforcement gets a "one up" on criminals, but this one takes the cake. Well, the wedding cake I suppose.
Michigan Was Once a Truly Tropical Paradise, But No One Was Around to See it
The reason? It was hundreds of millions of years ago.
Denied: Michigan Has Tried to Host The Olympics 9 Times
The modern Olympic Games began in 1896 in Athens, Greece, reviving a very different form of the ancient games that used to take place in Olympia, Greece between 800 BC and 400 AD.
Remembering Michigan’s Epic Blizzard of 1938 in the Upper Peninsula
This one was a doozie, to say the least. Even by U.P. standards.
The Current ’50 Star’ U.S. Flag was Designed in Michigan as Part of School Project
There have been many variations of the official flag of the United States during our country's history, generally, the addition of more stars every time a state or multiple states became a part of the union
Woman Charged on 8 Counts in Violent Clash with Battle Creek Police at Mental Health Clinic
40-year-old Sareedi Harris was arraigned Tuesday on three counts of assault with intent to murder and five other charges
Let’s Celebrate the 185th Anniversary of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with 5 Little Known Facts
The Toledo Compromise was made on December 14, 1836, which gave Michigan a vast region of land to the north
Fascinating Sinkholes in Lake Huron Shed Light on Earth’s Condition Billions of Years Ago
Studies conducted by scientists from the University of Michigan in 2021 have shed light on some very interesting connections between sinkholes in Lake Huron and the development of life on Earth as we know it.
Barefoot with Booze? Battle Creek’s Payless Shoes location now Payless Liquor
Payless on E. Columbia Ave. is open for business again in Battle Creek, but inside you'll find beer instead of boots.
Southwest Michigan on Fringe of Expected Violent Weather Outbreak
Some very strong storms are expected for Saturday evening in areas of the Midwest
Help Them Michigan: Order Carryout & Leave a Big Tip to Split For All Restaurant Staff
Some of our most vulnerable employees are going to be affected severely soon