My broadcasting career began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan. I was born and raised in the Kalamazoo suburb of Parchment. I married my wife Lacy in Las Vegas in 2006. We enjoy traveling, meteorology, aurora hunting, astronomy, music, movies, television and much more. We also enjoy the company of our cat companions, Stanley and Gordie, as well as the serenity of our fish aquarium. I enjoy history, (especially local and Michigan-related), among other hobbies. I am a huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons.
Brandon James - WBCK
In 1920, a Referee in Michigan Helped Invent ‘Zebra Stripes’ and was First to Wear Them
At this time, officials typically wore a white shirt and teams often would wear white as well
This Really Creepy Mannequin is Just Hanging Out in the Kalamazoo River
This might be one the most disturbing videos you'll see all year...
Michigan Was Once a Truly Tropical Paradise, But No One Was Around to See it
The reason? It was hundreds of millions of years ago.
Coffee Crime: Police Help a Michigan Driver Who Left Cup on Their Car Roof
We've all done it before, but usually there isn't someone to come to our rescue, especially the police.
Michigan Helicopter Pilot Helps Execute Amazing Ice Rescue of 18 People on Lake Erie
Over a dozen snowmobilers and ATV riders found themselves in a scary situation Sunday while they were out on one of the Great Lakes
Fascinating Sinkholes in Lake Huron Shed Light on Earth’s Condition Billions of Years Ago
Studies conducted by scientists from the University of Michigan in 2021 have shed light on some very interesting connections between sinkholes in Lake Huron and the development of life on Earth as we know it.