I've been on Lansing Radio for over over 30 years, 27 of those years on Morning Radio. I'm married to WILX NBC News Anchor David Andrews and we have 3 daughters, 2 cats, and a crazy dog. Born and raised in Owosso, I've lived in the Mid Michigan area my entire life. Growing up, summers were spent at the family cottage at Higgins Lake. Likes are: golfing (although not yet at the LPGA level), Tiger Baseball, LOVE THE DETROIT LIONS (rest of the family Packer fans...boooo), gardening, traveling (most recently went to Ireland). Dislikes: Mean people and seeing people wearing white after Labor Day. Mid-Michigan was such a wonderful place to grow up we wanted to raise our children here. That was a great choice. Through radio, I have met some wonderful people, and meeting celebrities is so amazing. As a young child with Dad's tape recorder, that's when the love of broadcasting began and that love continues today. I am blessed to be doing a job that I love so well, and I am always humbled at how many people say they love listening to the show. Yes, very blessed.
These Three Lovely Ladies Are at the Capital Area Humane Society Waiting for Homes
These three sweet girls are still waiting for their forever homes.
4 Senior Pets in Lansing Who are Looking for Their Furever Homes
These sweet fur babies are looking for a good home and would make the perfect addition to any family.
Drive-In Movies Come To Lansing
Family fun at the (make-shift ) drive-in theater.
Lansing School District Students Head Back To Virtual Learning
Lansing students back to virtual learning instead of heading to school.
The Governor Extends the Coronavirus State Of Emergency
As COVID-19 numbers rise, a state of emergency is extended.
Governor Reopens Parts Of Michigan
The U.P. and Traverse City region will be open for business on Friday.
The Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk Is Canceled
The walk across the Mighty Mac will not happen this year.
Fun Wine Bottle Craft Ideas
Wine for drinking and also for great DIY projects.
Owosso Barber Defies Governor’s Order
Business owners don't want to defy orders but say they have to make a living.
Stuck At Home? You Can Still Travel The World
The world waits for you on the internet.