Nate Adams is Townsquare Media's production coordinator, which means he works with the clients and sales persons to create the ads you hear on the radio and see online. Nate also is very knowledgeable about sports and keeps our sports news updated and helps out with our high school games and reporting. When he's not working announcing high school sports, Western Michigan University Bronco hockey, Kalamazoo FC soccer and Kalamazoo Growlers games, Nate spends time with wife, Samatha, and his sons, Austin and Logan.
Tigers Hold On in the Mountains
The Detroit Tigers used six pitchers in Denver as they open their three-game Interleague series with the Colorado Rockies.
Tigers Avoid Home Sweep Against the Yankees
Detroit Tigers fans learned Thursday afternoon about how much fight they have left in them this season.
Naked Woman Found in Fire Station Not Charged
Battle Creek Police investigators will not charge a woman that was found inside a fire station naked last month.
Plane Skids to a Stop at W.K. Kellogg Airport
The W.K. Kellogg Airport in Battle Creek was closed for a few hours Thursday after a plane made a rough landing.
Broncos Predicted 2nd in MAC West by Media
After winning the Mid-American Conference on the gridiron last year, the Western Michigan Broncos have been projected to challenge for the West Division title again in 2017.
Top 10 Texas Fugitive Caught in Michigan
One of the 10 most wanted fugitives in Texas was arrested Monday in Kalamazoo.
Sanchez Stellar in Tigers Finale
The Detroit Tigers were able to use a strong start and capitalize on a last-minute change from the San Francisco Giants to win their three-game finale Thursday afternoon.
Tigers Comeback Falls Short
It didn't look promising for the Detroit Tigers Wednesday night, but one inning almost turned the tide against the San Francisco Giants.
Tigers Use Long Ball in Series Finale
The Detroit Tigers needed a great start to their homestand following a one-win road trip. They were able to complete the task Thursday afternoon.
Tigers Come Back Falls Short in Extras
The Detroit Tigers have yet to find their stride on West Coast trips in recent years, and the ground continues to disappear with every step.