Renk is a native Detroiter, and started his working career in the banking industry in Boston, Massachusetts, a great town for a young person. That led him to a company that sold bond accounting systems to the banking industry and gave him the chance to travel all over the United States for eight years. After that, he got married and settled down to work in a friend's business, helping drug companies deal with FDA compliance. Several years later the family moved from the Philadelphia area back to Michigan to be closer to family, and landed in Battle Creek, Michigan. That's when Renk decided to pursue his life long dream of working as a Talk Radio Host. He started out on WBCK, and added WKMI in Kalamazoo in 2011.
Anti-Semitic Michigan professor refuses to write recommendation letter
Talk with your young adult who goes to college and find out what they are encountering in their college classrooms.
Protest at the Grand Rapids ArtPrize Opening Ceremony
Renk: Politics does not have to enter everything in our lives
Michigan high school football team cannot pray for coach’s daughter
Renk: please point to me where in the First Amendment to the Constitution it states that people cannot practice a religion on government property.
Kalamazoo police enter homeless camp
Renk: This should not be a political stunt and instead should be a humanitarian issue for the city to deal with.
Democrat senator says men should ‘just shut up’
Renk: We are going down a dangerous road here and...
How much is it to repair a newer car today?
Renk: When are they going to make vehicles that will never get in an accident?
Kalamazoo’s Bronson Park campers asked to leave
Renk: Now let us see where this saga leads the city and the taxpayers who ultimately pay for the park but were unable to use it.
What is wrong with people; looters during hurricane Florence
Renk: I know that there are bad people all over the place
Taco Bell employee says Nosotros no hablamos inglés
Renk: Is this the United States or are we slowly turning into another country?
Replacement Lock Approved for Soo Lock
Sounds like a big win for Michigan and the country, which will also create a lot of good paying jobs in the U.P.