JoJo was born one of a family of eight! They were loud and more often talked ‘at’ each other than ‘to’ each other, a skill which is perfect for radio. After graduating from Central Michigan University, JoJo worked at a station that had as much wattage as a refrigerator light bulb. He went from there to working on a Mexican radio station, where he was eventually kicked out for being an illegal immigrant. In his spare time, JoJo enjoys hurting himself with homemade CrossFit workouts and flinging paint on canvas and calling it ‘art’. He also has three daughters, who think he teaches college for a living.
Saginaw Firefighter Rescues Cat From Drain, Decides To Keep It
It was love at first sight for City of Saginaw firefighter Brandon Mulvaney after he pulled the wet cat from its watery mess.
Did You Know? Michigan Held The World Record For Sand Angels
Sand angels are formed using the same arm sweeping motion while lying down as snow angels, so you need a big beach to set the record. And West Michigan has plenty of big beaches.
Incredible Feat Or Poor Sportsmanship? Michigan Soccer Record Starts Debate
A new national soccer record for scoring the most goals in a high school game has been broken by a Michigan athlete, but the opposing coach has issues with it.
Michigan and Michigan State On Track To Do Something Not Done Since 1956
The Spartans and Wolverines are on a collision course for October 30 in East Lansing, when they resume their long rivalry. And this season, it could be historical.
Michigan McDonald’s Manager Being Lauded For Quick Action
A McDonald's manager was drawn into a medical emergency, and his quick action may have saved a life.
Remains Found At Detroit Site ‘Not Jimmy Hoffa’
Every time they dig up a skeleton in the Motor City, the question has to be asked.
Michigan Man Dies With Winning Lottery Ticket In Pocket
A guy finally gets a little bit of luck to swing his way, and then it all ends. Life is fleeting my friends, cash out before you go.
Michigan’s Oldest Resident Has A Story To Tell
A day off of school may be one of the best reasons why Irene Dunham is still alive at 113.
The Unbearable Darkness of Being A Detroit Lions Fan
It's never easy being a Lions fan, but when you boo your owner, you have to know karma's coming to get you.
Michigan Hunters Share Their Bigfoot Encounter
On a podcast called 'The Sasquatch Chronicles', a Ludington area bow hunter shared a story about coming across something a little strange in the woods.