Detroiter Everett Fitzhugh Is 1st Black Broadcaster In NHL
A Detroiter is making sports history. Everett Fitzhugh is now the first Black broadcaster in the NHL after being hired by the new expansion team, the Seattle Kraken. He spoke with WWJ's Dan Jenkins.
Voices Of The Community: Marquis Herring, From Mentoring To Manhood.
It's a story of poverty, single parent upbringing and faith that turns into a great story of love, promise and leadership.WWJ's Lloyd Jackson talks with Marquis Herring in this Voices of the Community profile.
5 Months Since Coronavirus Hit Michigan, Doc Says There's Calm Before 2nd Surge
It's been five months since the first two cases of COVID-19 case were reported in Michigan. Since then more than 6,200 people have died and more than 60,000 have recovered. WWJ health reporter Dr. Deanna Lites talked with Henry Ford Health System doctor Betty Chu about the situation as of this morning.
Black Business Minute: 8-10-20
BLACK BIZ MINUTE with Vickie Thomas for 8-10-20
Pancakes and Politics Aug. 2020
Moderated by WWJ's Vickie Thomas.
Governor Whitmer: Coronavirus Vaccine By End Of Year Would Be Phenomenal
WWJ's Roberta Jasina and Tom Jordan talk live with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer about gyms, casinos, schools and a coronavirus vaccine, as well as the vice presidency and primary election day.