A born and raised Midwesterner, Michael Dugan joins the WLOX team as a Sports Anchor/Multimedia Journalist.
Originally from Chicago, Michael is a recent graduate of Indiana University and is excited to work on the warm coast where - among other things - he won’t have to fight through those brutally cold Midwest winters.
Having been involved in journalism since his freshman year of high school, his passion for reporting runs deep. In his free time, he loves to play golf and basketball.
Beginning Monday, barbershops and beauty salons can once again open up to the public. After weeks of needing to put business on halt, owners are thankful that they’ll soon see customers walk through their doors.
With the pandemic shutting the doors of gyms across the country, athletic trainers like Roy Goldsmith are finding ways to keep people active and motivated while still following social distancing guidelines.
Keisha Smith is the owner of the Keeping It Tasty food truck and usually does business in a few constant locations. With restrictions surrounding the current pandemic, she’s decided to take her business curbside into neighborhoods.
With the current restrictions on group gatherings, in-person classes can’t happen. That doesn’t mean that business has to stop. As a result of social restrictions, PhenomA-FIT has taken their classes online.