Newsmakers and links: Nov. 30, 2011




Fox 2 Detroit:

A real life Grinch is preying on unsuspecting people all over metro Detroit giving out bogus gift cards in exchange for donations to a fake charity. One woman says the guy even scammed money from her five-year-old daughter. Charlotte Puchalski was pretty excited. Her grandmother had just given her $5. "For me to go get ice cream," she said.

Full story: Man Posing as a WRIF Worker Scams Money from a 5-Year-Old Girl (Tue, 11/29)



The Southfield Jay:

Future radio personalities and music lovers, fear not. Radio is back. Radio broadcasting is now a Saturday School class offered to interested air heads. The class will teach students how to operate the school radio station, WSHJ 88.3-FM, and review disk jockey techniques. Students will also perform technical duties regarding radio equipment and broadcast transmission. Radio class is free and is open to all high school students within Southfield Public Schools.

Full story: Radio class moves to Saturdays (Tue, 11/29)







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