Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
Michigan Payroll Jobs Down, Unemployment Unchanged In October
The report card on Michigan's economy in October is that it is, essentially, unchanged. The unemployment rate went down a tick from 4.2 to 4.1%
Consumer Alert On An Ugly New Scam
One reads one of these alerts from the Michigan Attorney General's office and you just shake your head, wondering doesn't anyone even have a conscience anymore. The wary of a new scam aimed at Michigan residents.
Bell’s Gives Winter White Ale A New Name, New Look
It's a Bell's seasonal beer that's been around for close to twenty years, and this year, that beer is not only getting a new look, but also a new name.
Michigan Snowbirds, Don’t Forget To Renew Licenses and Plates
The snowfall earlier this week, and a quick glance at the calendar is a reminder that many senior Michiganders will be heading south for warmer climes very soon.
Broncos Lose Back End of Weekend Doubleheader
The Western Michigan's six game unbeaten ended abruptly Saturday night, as the Broncos lost the back end of the weekend doubleheader with Nebraska Omaha 6-3.
Broncos Win Weekend Opener With Omaha 3-2
The Western Michigan University hockey team continued to play well, extending an unbeaten streak to six games, with a 3-2 Friday night win over Nebraska-Omaha at Lawson Ice Arena.
Drive Extra Carefully This Weekend. It’s The Start Of Deer Season
It's been a tough week for drivers in Southwest Michigan. We started out with a significant snowfall, and now, it's the start of deer hunting season tomorrow. (Friday, November 15th)
Update: Arrests Made in Kalamazoo Schools Threats
A 16 year old female has been arrested in connection to a second threat made against a Kalamazoo school after the initial threat was posted on social media on Sunday.
Breaking: KPS Closes KC, Two Middle Schools After More Threats
Kalamazoo Public School officials have closed three more schools today, including Kalamazoo Central High School, after more threats threatening harm were made.
KPS Cancels Monday Classes At Loy Norrix After Threat Made
Kalamazoo Public Schools officials have cancelled classes at Loy Norrix High School on Monday after a threat was made on social media to "harm" the school.