My broadcasting career began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan. I was born and raised in the Kalamazoo suburb of Parchment. I married my wife Lacy in Las Vegas in 2006. We enjoy traveling, meteorology, aurora hunting, astronomy, music, movies, television and much more. We also enjoy the company of our cat companions Brutus, Stanley and Frankie as well as the serenity of our fish aquarium. I enjoy history, (especially local and Michigan related), among other hobbies. I am huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons.
10 Children, 9 Adults Rescued From Snowed-in Cabin In Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
A massive rescue effort took place in Michigan's Upper Peninsula earlier this week after 19 people became trapped inside a cabin due to heavy snow.
How A Blizzard Made The 1950 Michigan/Ohio State ‘Snow Bowl’ Most Unusual
There is no way on God's green earth (or in this case, God's white, snow covered earth) that this game would have been played as scheduled in the modern era
Were You There? When Pink Floyd Revived ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ at a Michigan Concert
In 1994, Pink Floyd set out on a worldwide tour to follow the release of their album The Division Bell.
The Detroit Lions Did Something Very Rare In Sunday’s Game At Ford Field
Did you notice anything that seemed a little out-of-the-ordinary while watching the Lions host Dallas in Detroit yesterday?
The Two Most Unnerving Minutes in TV History: Watch the 1987 Chicago ‘Max Headroom’ Broadc…
One the most strange incidents in television broadcast history happened in Chicago when two stations had their broadcasts interrupted by a masked man
Two Killed In Plane Crash At A Michigan Airport
It's unclear what caused an airplane to crash in Livingston County.
This Obscure Pink Floyd Song Has Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Sound Effects
Pink Floyd was well known for their wide ranging experimental use of sound effects in their music.
Bodies Identified In Deaths Of Two Battle Creek Area Kayakers
Rescue attempts were made on Beadle Lake Wednesday morning.
Remember The Record Breaking Heat Wave In July Of 2012?
2012 was remembered for a lot of strange weather across the United States, but in Michigan it was two heat waves, one in March and the other in July, that shattered records and left their mark in the history books.
Michigan Has Now Spent An Entire Year With Below Average Sunshine
There's no doubt it has been generally cool, cloudy and rainy for the spring and now heading into the summer season.