Colette joined WNEM TV-5 in November 2013 as a reporter, Wake-Up co-anchor & Noon anchor.
There's no place like home and this Goodrich Martian is happy to be doing what he loves in his hometown. You can catch David every weeknight anchoring WNEM-TV5 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Craig is a Bay City resident who brings four decades of broadcast news experience to the TV-5 anchor desk. Craig's reporting has aired on CBS News, CNN News, TNN, The Discovery Channel and The History Channel.
Jamie calls Mid-Michigan “home sweet home” and is excited to be back after spending some time in Northern Michigan. Originally from the Detroit area, Jamie began her career at WBKB News in Alpena.
Meteorologist Dan Giroux is very excited to be a part of the First Warn 5 Weather Team. He was born and raised in Southeast Michigan, so it means a lot to him to be forecasting for Mid-Michigan.
John Gross joined the First Warn 5 Weather Team in January 2018 as a Trainee Meteorologist. He is very excited to get some real-life forecasting experience after recently earning his Bachelors of Science degree in Meteorology.
James Felton is a general assignment news reporter. He joined the WNEM TV5 news team in 2005 as chief photographer.
Rachel joined WNEM TV 5 in October of 2015 as a reporter. Rachel was born and raised in Michigan and is looking forward to diving into important news in the Mid-Michigan area.
Kate joined WNEM TV 5 in February of 2017 as a reporter. Kate was born and raised in Fraser, Michigan but can't wait to discover all the beautiful treasures Mid-Michigan has to offer!
Coty Kuschinsky joined TV5 in May of 2017. She started as a part-time Reporter/MMJ filling in and quickly moved up to full-time.
Scott loves storytelling, adventure and meeting interesting people. That’s why he loves reporting, because every day is something new, something exciting, something important. He wants to let you know what’s going on in Mid-Michigan and he’s not afraid to tell it like it is.
Jonathan began working at WNEM-TV5 in the summer of 2017 as a freelance reporter. Although originally from a small town out of Metro Detroit called Madison Heights, Jonathan came to Mid-Michigan eager to start his career as a broadcast journalist.