Hey! I'm Christine and you can hear me M-F from 10a-3p during your workdays. I'm originally from the Detroit area. I graduated from MSU (Go Green!) in 2010 and when I realized I was going down the wrong career path I made a switch and went to broadcasting school. I have one cat named Harlee and she is the love of my life. Along with my three dogs who all live back at home with my parents and sister. Speaking of love, that department is non-existent. I am the only one out of my friends who doesn't have a boyfriend, a husband or kids. It can be lonely at times but then I see a baby screaming and am reminded why I’d rather wait for the right time/person. In the meantime, I’m just enjoying all of life's blessings so far :)
Michiganders Have Been Scammed Out of More than $70K in Cryptocurrency
Crypto scams are being described as the "flavor of the year."
The CDC Says You Need to Steam Your Meat Because of a Salmonella Outbreak
It might be time to invest in a panini press.
Saugatuck Named One of the Most Beautiful Towns in America
Back in June, Saugatuck was also named the most beautiful city in Michigan.
People are Returning the Pets They Adopted During the Pandemic at an “Alarming Rate”
A local pet rescue is seeing about 5-6 owner surrenders a week, which is not normal.
Frozen Shrimp Sold at Meijer & Whole Foods Recalled Due to Salmonella
Six illnesses were reported between February and April.
Movie Shot in Grand Rapids Premieres Saturday
The director, an L.A. resident, is currently in the process of building a studio in West Michigan.
Grand Rapids Woman Wins Over $5 Million on a $2 Lotto Ticket
This is the third person from Grand Rapids to win big money playing the Michigan lotto.
Michigan Will Move Forward with Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
A pause was put on the vaccine on April 13 after six women developed severe blood clots.
State is Warning Parents & Students of “Sextortion”
Two teenage boys in Allegan County found themselves as victims of this scam.
Holland State Park Will Limit Access to the Pier During Winter
So far, there been 53 drownings on Lake Michigan this year. Three of those occurred at the Holland State Park pier.