Richard has 20 years in the media business and 14 years as a news and talk show broadcaster. "The Richard Piet Show" won top awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for three years running. After getting out of broadcasting for nearly two years, Richard is thrilled to be back on the air!
Will Battle Creek Get Another Break This Winter?
The latest Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting "will be warmer than normal, with slightly above-normal precipitation" for Battle Creek and the region.
Tuition Mom Disappointed Her Effort Did Not Motivate Lawmakers To Reach Out
Lori Truex, the Battle Creek mother who made headlines by panhandling for her daughter's tuition, tells 95.3 WBCK she does not plan to panhandle again.
Restaurant Road Tour: Zarzuela of Marshall [Sponsored Content]
One of Marshall's dining treasures is Zarzuela, where they seek to bring you the flavors and colors of the Mediterranean. They definitely succeed!
Miles for Memories: From Caregiver to Care-Receiver
It happens often: A caregiver becomes the care-receiver. And when it happens, it must be a difficult transition. Click the player above to hear Jane Chappell, a registered nurse by trade, talk about what she went through in that transition.
Maturen, Bizon Encourage Input on Michigan Mental Health System
Both Rep. Dave Maturen and Rep. Dr. John Bizon are encouraging citizen input on Michigan's mental health system.
Jones: Haven of Rest Employees Will Be Paid; Programs Will Be Examined
The Battle Creek Community Foundation has quickly offered a short-term loan to Battle Creek's Haven of Rest homeless shelter, so that its employees can receive a paycheck they have been owed since August 18.
Richard’s Ride Extra: Rockford Files Tribute Firebird Thrills Fans
If you have a particular interest or hobby, you will probably find others who share that interest when you scan social media.
Wiggly Tail: Adopt Willow
Meet Willow, this week's Wiggly Tail Wednesday pet of the week from the Humane Society of South Central Michigan in Battle Creek.
No Eclipse Glasses? Bring Empty Cereal Box To Leila Arboretum Monday
The Kingman Museum in Battle Creek plans a free eclipse viewing event Monday, August 21 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Leila Arboretum in Battle Creek.
Pancake Tent Tradition At Calhoun County Fair Helps Mar Lee Kids Trip To D.C.
Mar Lee School social studies teacher Chris Henke might not have imagined teaching social studies involved feeding locals breakfast, lunch and dinner for a week. But it has.