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.

Meg McLeod made mid-Michigan her beautiful new home in July 2014 after spending four years in mid-Missouri.

Frank Turner is a seasoned veteran of broadcast journalism, with 40 years experience as a news anchor, reporter, and radio talk-show host.

Colette invites you to join her for a ‘cup of joe’ weekdays on TV-5 Wake-Up from

Start your morning with Blake Keller and the Wake-Up team from 4:30-7 am and from 9-10 am Monday through Friday! Blake has been reporting with WNEMTV5 since August 2019, and was recently promoted to Wake-Up co-anchor with Colette Stinger.

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.

Bryan Bachman joined the First Warn 5 Weather Team in April 2014, and was named Chief Meteorologist in February 2015.

Meteorologist Chris Easlick was thrilled to join the First Warn 5 weather team in April 2015 and now proudly serves as the weekday morning meteorologist on WNEM-TV5 Wake Up! 

John Gross joined the First Warn 5 Weather Team in January 2018 as a Trainee Meteorologist. Since December 2018, he's become the weekend Meteorologist. 

Mathieu Mondro came aboard the First Warn 5 Weather Team in January, 2021 to take on the role of weekend morning Meteorologist.

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.

Kendall is excited to call mid-Michigan her new home after being born and raised a Hoosier

Born and raised in San Jose, California, he's still getting used to Michigan weather, but can't wait to explore more of the peninsula with his trusty film camera.

Scot Johnson considers himself a Mid-Michigan man despite the fact that he was born and raised in California.

Jason is happy to be back in Mid-Michigan! He joined the TV5 sports team in November, 2006.