Rich, a native of the Buckeye State, has been in radio for more than 20 years and joined WILS as News Director in June 2009. He came to the Capital City after spending more than 8 years as News Anchor/Reporter for Cumulus Media in Huntsville, Alabama, where he also did high school football play-by-play and other sports broadcasting duties. Rich's time before then was in Ohio, where he spent time at WWOW Radio in Conneaut before and after his 1999 graduation from Walsh University in North Canton. No stranger to snow, Rich grew up in Ashtabula (a.k.a. the "snow belt") just outside Cleveland. Rich resides in Holt with his wife and daughter.
A native of Portage, Scott has spent two decades in radio in Michigan. He is a CMU grad and worked in Cadillac as a morning show host while covering high school sports for 1240 WATT. Scott spent several years working on the CMU Sports Network for both football and basketball. He came to MacDonald Broadcasting in 2003 and is currently the Operations Manager as well as fill-in news anchor. Scott is married with two children.
A lifelong news and current events junkie, Bruce joined the 1320 WILS News team as a broadcasting novice in June 2021. He is a 40-year resident of the Lansing area with many years of business and public speaking experience. He and his wife of more than 40 years have a son and daughter-in-law who reside in Colorado.
Noah was born in Flint, but raised in Durand, a small town 30 miles west of Lansing. He completed his high school experience at Durand High, but also had a short stint at Laingsburg High.
Noah completed his Broadcast Media Arts in August, 2022 from Specs Howard School of Broadcasting. After completion of the course, he joined 1320 WILS as a morning show producer and newscaster.
Sarah Vanse grew up in Metro Detroit where Motown radio, and Detroit rock shaped her radio ambition. Her broadcasting career spans two decades, and both American coasts; from DC to California.
Sarah and her husband are animal rescuers with two macaws, two German shepherds and even a California rooster; so with her organic alarm clock, she helps wake up Lansing each morning with weather forecasts on the 1320 WILS Morning Wake-up. She also serves as an afternoon newscaster multiple times a week.
Owen is from Dexter, Michigan and is an alum of Central Michigan University. At CMU he was a DJ and Traffic Director at WMHW. After earning his degree in Spring 2021, he joined MacDonald Broadcasting, and is now a producer and Sunday news anchor for 1320 WILS.