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.
Michigan Football Team Gets COVID Booster Shot As A Team
Bo Schembechler's mantra while he was the coach at the University of Michigan was 'The team! The team! The team!'. Well, I'm sure somewhere today he is proud.
Wayback Wednesday: The Christmas Play At Huff School
Huff Elementary School put on a play called 'A Christmas Story' back in 1970. If you were in the cast, you might be in this photo.
This Muskegon Vending Machine Saves Lives
A vending machine installed at the offices of Health West is free, but what it does may be priceless to someone.
Red Wing Dylan Larkin Knows The High Cost Of Arena Beer
The star forward accidentally knocked over a couple of fans beers during warm ups, so he did the right thing. He bought the next round.
Do You Like Waffles? You’re Gonna Love This New Downtown Eatery
A restaurant specializing in waffles, coffee and cocktails is opening this week at 43 W. Fulton Street in the downtown Marriott Hotel.
Ferris State Wins D2 Football Title, And Breaks The Trophy
Congrats to the Bulldogs, who not only won their first ever D2 title, but they were so prolific in their post game partying, the trophy came apart.
If These Cookies Are So Popular, Why Does Nobody Eat Them?
Snow ball cookies are supposed to be Michigan's "most popular Christmas cookie" according to Google Trends. But here at in our office, they sit untouched for weeks.
Michigan Man Helps Save Christmas In Kentucky
Help is on the way from a man from northern Michigan to individuals who were touched by tornadoes in the southern United States over the weekend.
Local Comedians Say Goodbye To Dr. Grins (For Now)
Over 200 people jammed into the third floor club at the BOB Wednesday evening to bid it on a fond farewell, until it finds a new home.
Ferris State Plays For D-2 National Football Title Saturday
The University of Michigan isn't the only state school playing for a national football title. Ferris State will play Valdosta State for the Division II crown Saturday night.
If You Add A ‘S’ to Meijer, You’ve Been Vindicated
Stand up if some unaware grammar nazi called you out for adding a 'S' to Meijer. A historical display has proven you correct!
Dog Reunited With Texas Family After West Michigan Adventure
Parker the Pit Bull went for a walk in the West Michigan woods, and didn't come back. Until now.