Hello! I’m JR. I was born in Flint and lived in and around there until I was about 12 when my family moved south (hence the decidedly non-Michigander accent you hear). I went to high school and college in Tennessee and got my radio start there too. My career has since taken me to Texas, Virginia and Maine as well. I’m the proud dad of a daughter and two sons—the youngest of whom is a special needs child who owns my heart. When I’m not at the radio station, I enjoy live music, karaoke, bowling, and finding new restaurants to try. I’m excited to be back home in Michigan, and I look forward to reacquainting myself with my home state!
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Have you seen these missing Michigan children? You could help reunite them with their families.
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"Saturday Night Live" just launched its 48th season. Michigan's had its share of comedians on the show. Here are 6 native Michiganders who spent time on SNL.
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47 different people have served as Governor of Michigan. Less than a third of them were born in Michigan, and these 4 were born outside the United States!
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A Michigan native appearing on "The Voice" decided against choosing Blake Shelton as her mentor after something he said regarding her home state.
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In the market for a fixer-upper? HGTV is looking to feature a Michigan family on an upcoming home renovation show.
What’s the Difference Between Real ID & Enhanced ID in Michigan?
Licenses with stars? Licenses with flags? Here's a breakdown of the differences between "Real IDs" and "Enhanced IDs" in the state of Michigan.
These 11 Michigan Kids Have Gone Missing This Summer
Scroll through and see if you recognize any of these missing children. If you have any information, contact your local law enforcement agency or call the National Center for Missing or Exploited Children at 800-843-5678.