Bre'Anna Tinsley is a Reporter for 101.9 WDET, providing news spots and features. Tinsley has been working at WDET since 2015. She graduated from Grand Valley State University with a B.A in Journalism. She's an expert in "Friends" trivia. 

Lake Michigan Water Level Rises Rapidly

Corey Seeman/Creative Commons Experts say the water level of Lake Michigan is rising rapidly.Doctor Alan Steinman is a researcher with...

Debbie Dingell Rallies With TSA, Demand More Security

Bre'Anna Tinsley/ WDET Transportation Security Officers and the American Federation of Government Employees are asking to beef up security at...

Study Shows Growth in Distance Between Work and Home

Matt Pagel/ CC A Brookings Institution report reveals the distance between peoples' homes and their jobs in metropolitan areas grew in 2012...

Flint to Discuss the City Post Emergency Manager

Flintmichigan/ CC Flint officials are scheduling a public meeting to discuss the future of the city after its emergency manager...

Flint City Council Wants to Reconnect to Detroit Water

Sarah Razak / CC The Flint City Council has voted to reconnect the city’s water system to Detroit Water and...

Duggan Introduces 0% Interest Loans for Home Repairs

Bre'Anna Tinsley/ WDET Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has introduced a program to allow homeowners to set no interest loans for...

U-M Offers Leadership training to DPS

DucDigital/Creative Commons The University of Michigan School of Business is offering to train select Detroit Public Schools staff and administrators....

New Exhibit to Shine Light on Race, Economic Disparity in 1967

The Detroit Historical Society is announcing plans for a new exhibit that will showcase the city’s civil disturbance in 1967 and...

New Exhibit to Shine Light on Race, Economic Disparity in 1967

Yelp, In./ Creative Commons The Detroit Historical Society is announcing plans for a new exhibit called the Detroit 1967 Project. The...

Coyotes Are No Threat, Royal Oak Officials Say

Officials in Royal Oak say concerns over coyotes running rampant in the city are overblown. A recent sighting of a...

Detroit City Council Considers Giving Itself a Pay Raise

Mike Boening Photography flikr CC The Detroit City Council wants a pay raise, but officials reviewing the request are not...

Safe Roads Symposium to Discuss Proposal One

Editor5807/Creative Commons The Michigan Municipal League is planning a Safe Roads Symposium. The event is designed to create a forum for...