more than 74 million Americans have watched Sesame Street. We're taking a look back at our favorite characters. Aisha Howard says her favorite is Big Bird. He was one of the original characters when the show launched back in 1969. Despite
choice for children in costume. The Wake-Up crew shared their favorite Halloween snacks during TV5 Wake-Up and Aisha Howard 's favorite is Reese's peanut butter cups. Those much loved peanut butter cups were created in 1928 by a Pennsylvania
thousand dollars. The movie spawned one of the most infamous characters in movie history, Michael Meyers. TV5's Aisha Howard says her favorite is "Final Destination" which shows a group of teens cheating death, only to find the grim reaper
Due to wicked weather here in Mid-Michigan, a number of thumb-area schools are closed for Tuesday. TV5 Wake-Up's Craig McMorris and Aisha Howard talked with Harbor Beach Public Schools Superintendent Larry Kroswek about the decision to close the district.
Remnants of Superstorm Sandy are hitting Mid-Michigan hard. Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson talked with TV5 Wake-up's Craig McMorris and Aisha Howard about the current conditions in Huron County.
outgoing personality, Aisha has never met a stranger. So be sure to say hello! And watch out for her...she has to get used to driving in the snow again. If you have a story idea please send her an email at aisha . howard @wnem.com
Hall of Fame basketball player turned businessman Earvin "Magic" Johnson talks with TV5's Aisha Howard about his battle with HIV and his fundraiser for the Saginaw School District's scholarship fund.
Essexville and the whole community was excited for him. But no one's more proud than his mother, who WNEM TV5's Aisha Howard got to talk to about the boy's passion for pageants. "With a boy, things aren't over the top," said Brock
presentation. It's scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Temple Theatre in Saginaw. TV5's Katie O'Mara and Aisha Howard will emcee the event. Katie will also interview Magic on stage. Published reports say event organizers are looking