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.
Tiana Carruthers Is A Finalist For A Congressional Medal Of Honor
Tiana Carruthers, one of the heroes and one of the victims in the 2016 Shooting rampage, is a finalist for a Congressional Medal of Honor, for her heroism during the first attack, in shielding children four children from the attack of the shooter
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.
Kid Rock Pays Tribute To Eddie Money At ‘Pine Knob’ Concert
On the evening of Eddie Money's death, Kid Rock payed tribute at 'Pine Knob', a venue Money himself had played numerous times.
Three Lansing Men Arrested At GRR; Charged With Helping ISIS
The United States Attorney's Office for West Michigan announced today three men, living in Lansing, were arrested without incident Monday afternoon at Gerald R. Ford Airport in Grand Rapids.
WMU Adds Michigan To Its Football Schedule
Good news for local football fans who can't get enough of those titanic battle between giants like Western Michigan and Michigan.
Snyder Signs Bill To Criminalize Cyberbullying
In the final days of his administration, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has signed 46 bills, including one that criminalized the act of cyberbullying.
Sears: It’s Like Watching A Relative Die A Slow And Painful Death
It's like watching a relative die a slow and painful death. Sears has been such a big part of the American business landscape for so long, and with the latest announcement of 80 more store closings for it and sister store K-Mart,
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.
Broncos Go Bowling; Will Play BYU In Potato Bowl On Blue Turf
Well, it's not the Cotton Bowl, but it's also not nothing, which describes the past two seasons of Bronco Football. The Western Michigan Broncos will play
Bucket List: Rolling Stones in Chicago This Summer
They've been billed as the world's greatest rock and roll band, and they're approaching their eighties; So, every time the Rolling Stones announce another tour, you never know when it will be their last.
Report: Tigers Broadcasters Impemba, Allen Got Into A Fight
If you were watching Wednesday night's Tigers game from Chicago, maybe you too thought it was interesting that Matt Shepherd and Kirk Gibson were announcing the game. The Athletic- Detroit's Katie Strang is reporting it's because
Kalamazoo Asks Parchment Water Customers To Flush Their Pipes
The City of Kalamazoo is asking Parchment Public Water Supply customers to flush their water pipes as soon as possible, to help expedite the conversion to Kalamazoo's water supply.