Detroit Free Press:
WYCD-FM (99.5) hottie Rob Stone went looking for love and decided L.A. was one of the wrong places. He could have been a bachelor on Season 10 of "The Bachelorette." But the country station evening host turned down the rose before filming began in March.
Full story: WYCD host Rob Stone turns down 'Bachelorette' gig (Thu, 5/15)
You might want to tune in to Sports Talk 1050 AM (WTKA) on Friday. The 2014 Mott Takeover is set to take place from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor and the list of participants, per usual, includes some of the best Michigan football stars and Olympians of the past several decades.
Full story: Olympians, football stars, TV personalities lined up for 2014 Mott Takeover on WTKA on Friday (Thu, 5/15)
Listeners of the local radio show The Tom Sumner Program may have noticed Sumner missing from the daily rotation. The program on Flint-based 1470 WFNT concluded earlier this month, Sumner said.
Full story: Flint radio's 'The Tom Sumner Show' off the air at WFNT (Wed, 5/14)
Amanda Malkwoski is joining Richmond, VA, ABC affiliate WRIC as the weekend anchor/reporter. Her former station, WILX in Lansing, MI, said goodbye with a video montage of her past work that included a band featuring cats playing instruments.
Full story: Amanda Malkowski Jumps 58 Markets from Lansing to Richmond (Thu, 5/15)
CASEY KASEM has been located safe in WASHINGTON STATE, his family has confirmed TODAY (3/5). KASEM's exact location was not disclosed, but he was located after the family filed a missing persons report for the legendary radio personality on WEDNESDAY. The KITSAP COUNTY Sheriff's Department said that KASEM was at an undisclosed address provided by CALIFORNIA Adult Protective Services with his wife JEAN and is aware of where he is.
Full story: Casey Kasem Located Safe in Washington State (Thu, 5/15)