Stephen Clark has been a member of the Action News family since 2001. He anchors 7 Action News at 6, 7 and 11 p.m.
A native Detroiter, Carolyn Clifford anchors the 6, 7 and 11 p.m. newscasts with Stephen Clark. Carolyn returned home to work at WXYZ TV 7 in 1998 after working at several television stations across the country.
Alicia is co-anchor of Action News This Morning from 4:30 a.m - 7:00 a.m.
JoAnne Purtan is co-anchor of Action News at Noon and 5 p.m., She also brings viewers a nightly consumer feature called "Don't Waste Your Money." JoAnne joined WXYZ in 1998.
Vic Faust is co-anchor of Action News This Morning and Action News at Noon.
Award-winning television anchor and reporter Jeff Vaughn anchors 7 Action News at 5 p.m. with JoAnne Purtan.
Dave Rexroth was named Chief Meteorologist at WXYZ in August 2010. Every day during the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts, Dave provides the latest weather updates and forecasts for all of southeast Michigan.
It’s the four distinct seasons that lured Keenan Smith away from the tropical weather in sunny Florida to forecast the weather here in Michigan.
Edwards began his career as a weathercaster in the U.S. Air Force. He was one of the first meteorologists with The Weather Channel in Atlanta, before moving on to forecast at WISN-TV in Milwaukee.
Hally joins Channel 7 from WZZM 13, the ABC affiliate in Grand Rapids, where she recently served as the weekday morning and noon meteorologist for 7 years. Born and raised in Ohio, near Lake Erie, Hally is no stranger to the frequently changing weather in the Great Lakes.
Tom Leyden, named Sports Director in 2012, anchors sports for Action News and hosts the Ford Lions Report Live.
Brad Galli is a Detroit native who understands the passion of the local sports fan. He's inspired by ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
David Solano anchors sports for Action News Weekend. He hosts the Sunday Sports Update and reports for the Ford Lions Report Live.
Julie Banovic joined the WXYZ-TV news team in January of 2011. She is excited to be back home, working and living in Metro Detroit.
Meghan Brennan is a producer and digital reporter for WXYZ.com and 7 Action News.
Heather Catallo is an award winning investigative reporter, whose work has imprisoned criminals, prompted FBI investigations, led to major government reforms, and held public officials accountable.
Channel 7’s Cheryl Chodun is ready for breaking news everyday and has built a reputation as one of Detroit’s most tenacious reporters.
Andy Choi joins the WXYZ team as a multi-media journalist.
Kim Craig is a news and investigative reporter with her finger on the pulse of metro Detroit.
Ronnie Dahl joined the WXYZ-TV news team in February, 2013.
Tara Edwards joined WXYZ in June 2011. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri but spent her middle school and high school years in Metro Detroit. Tara graduated from West Bloomfield High School and University of Michigan.
Ross Jones is an investigative reporter whose work has led to major government reforms, removed power brokers, prompted investigations by the FBI and jailed public officials.
Smita Kalokhe came from the west side of Michigan and joined the Action News Team in November 2010.
Jim Kiertzner is a veteran TV news reporter-anchor who has covered Michigan since 1983.
Dave LewAllen is taking on an additional high-profile role with the Action News team.
Although Glenda Lewis grew up with a broadcasting legend for a mother, it was not her lifelong dream to pursue a career in broadcasting.
Scott Lewis has a reputation for breaking big stories, exposing corruption and getting results through his investigative efforts.
Malcolm Maddox considers himself to be a true Renaissance Man. This former Marine is a self-taught bassist, videographer and multimedia producer.
Erin Nicole helps viewers start each day off right with her Traffic Tracker 7 reports.
Since joining WXYZ, Anu Prakash has been reporting on the tough and touching stories of Metro Detroit.
Working in news allows Kim to meet new people and share new experiences, two things she loves. Kim is proud to work at a station like WXYZ, where the goal every day is to produce stories that make a positive difference in the community.
Nima Shaffed joined the WXYZ-TV news team in March 2013.
Ed Fernandez is a Michigan native with a distinguished career as a broadcast executive. He rose through the ranks at stations in Grand Rapids and, most recently, served as president and general manager of WSNS Telemundo in Chicago.
Mike Murri was named Channel 7’s Station Manager in August 2012.
Stokes joined the station in 1981 and serves as moderator and producer of "Spotlight On The News," Detroit's longest-running weekly news and public affairs show.
Faces from the Past
After more than 38 years interviewing sports celebrities and covering every major sporting event from the Super Bowl to the NBA finals, 7 Action News Sports Director Don Shane retired from WXYZ in March of 2012.
The anchor of Channel 7 Action News at Noon and Action News at 5PM, Robbie Timmons has carved out a distinguished niche for herself in the world of broadcast journalism.
WXYZ-TV Chief Meteorologist, Jerry Hodak, has been forecasting the weather longer than anyone in Detroit television. Hodak began his weather career in Detroit in 1965.
After nearly three decades at WXYZ-TV, reporter Mary Conway announced today that she plans to leave 7 Action News and move to Colorado to be closer to family. Conway is well known in the Detroit area as an expert on the automotive industry.