Mike came to Savannah and WTOC-TV in September 2000. Mike was the morning news anchor for THE News at Daybreak for 14 years, before being promoted to anchor on THE News at Noon, 4pm, 6pm and 7pm on WTOC.
Mike is an award winning journalist who before Savannah, worked as an anchor/reporter at TV stations in Knoxville, Tennessee, Austin, Minnesota (Spamtown USA) and Sioux Falls, S.D.
Mike was born and raised in the small town of Lonsdale, Minn. He graduated from St. Cloud State University, (MN) in 1993, with a BS in Mass Commmunication, Minors in Political Science and Speech.
He LOVES living in Savannah because of it's beauty, history, and mild winters (But after growing up in Minnesota winters, anywhere else is mild.) Join Mike weeknights for THE News at Noon, 4pm, 6pm and 7pm on WTOC.
WTOC honors a Top Teacher every Wednesday. These are the teachers nominated by students and parents for making a difference in the classroom. We honored over 40 teachers this year. And as we celebrate the end of the school, we invited all of our top teachers together for a celebration luncheon.
Teachers love to share their knowledge and information with their students while building a strong support system for them.Crystal Strong, a teacher at Andrea B. Williams Elementary School, is no different.
There may be nothing as pure as the joy of seeing and hearing children playing on a perfect spring day in Savannah, and it was in this setting that we caught up with this week’s Top Teacher, Jane Madison, on Wilmington Island.
4th Grade teacher Anna Kate Mahany may not have a permanent classroom right now at Marshpoint Elementary School because of Mother Nature, but she has deep roots dug in at the school, building a strong foundation for the future.
When you think about Georgia Film and how it has grown into a $9 billion industry, you have to give credit to a man who showed that making movies in Georgia could have national appeal, and more importantly, make money.