A Michigan man my whole life, I grew up in Holland and worked in Battle Creek for more than 10 years before finding a radio home in Kalamazoo. When I'm not on the radio you'll find me running, biking or reading a good book.
A 20-Acre, 10 Mile Corn Maze? We’ve Seen Stranger Things
Lafayette, Indiana becomes Hawkins with this one-of-a-kind 'Stranger Things' themed corn maze.
Fact or Fiction: Kalamazoo Public Library Has Unisex Restrooms
A novel concept as gender neutral bathrooms are an option at Kalamazoo Public Library.
Foster Parents Lose Everything in Gobles House Fire- You Can Help One Quarter at a Time
A Gobles business is hosting and emergency fundraiser and donating all proceeds to the Baker family to get back on their feet after a devastating fire.
Potential Thieves Caught on Camera- Attempted Break In at The Dock in Richland
Surveillance video shows would-be bandits shattering the glass of the front door of The Dock at Bayview before fleeing the scene.
Tantrick Brewing Co Brings Craft Beer Back To Allegan
Allegan has eight original, small batch brewed beers to call its own as Tantrick Brewing Co opens for business.
Was a Dangerous Booby Trap Set for Mountain Bikers at Fort Custer Recreation Area?
What kind of person would do something like this? Someone may have set a trap targeting mountain bikers at Fort Custer Recreation Area.
These 4 Mouthwatering Videos are Just a Taste of What To Expect at Kalamazoo Ribfest
Grill-masters from around the country will bring their award-winning ribs to Kalamazoo. Here's what to look expect.
7 Things You Need To Know If You Plan To Take Your Bike on Amtrak
From Detroit to Chicago, all Michigan Amtrak trains are now bicycle friendly; here's what you need to know before you map out a new biking adventure.
Do You Have To Obey School Speed Limit Signs During the Summer?
School speed limit zones are designed to protect students as they cross the roads and travel to class. Do you still have to slow down if there are no students?
Year-Round School May Be Coming to Kalamazoo Sooner Than You Think
Summer vacation may soon be a thing of the past as two Kalamazoo schools are back in session as a pilot program for year-round classes.