Steve Carmody has been a reporter for Michigan Radio since 2005.
Steve previously worked at public radio and television stations in Florida, Oklahoma and Kentucky, and also has extensive experience in commercial broadcasting.
During his three-plus decades in broadcasting, Steve has won numerous awards, including accolades from the Associated Press and Radio and Television News Directors Association. Away from the broadcast booth, Steve is an avid reader and movie fanatic.
Contributions from Steve Carmody
- Report: 10% of Michigan water systems have detectable levels of PFAS
A new report finds PFAS contamination in about one in ten public water systems in Michigan. PFAS compounds (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) have been linked to serious health problems. The chemic …
- State education officials won't have "A to F" grades for schools ready by Sept. 1st
The Michigan Department of Education is getting an “incomplete” on its assignment to assign a letter grade to every Michigan school. The state Department of Education will miss a September first deadl …
- Michigan joins other states to challenge proposed change to EPA carbon dioxide rule
Michigan is joining nearly two dozen other states and several cities suing the Trump Administration over its decision to relax rules on fossil fuels fueled power plants emissions.
- Local issues and elections on the ballot Tuesday
This week, voters across Michigan go to the polls to cast ballots in a variety of local elections. Incumbent mayors in Warren, Jackson and Flint are facing primary challenges on Tuesday. In Flint, May …
- Striking workers put some Michigan road construction projects in limbo
Orange barrel season in Michigan might be a little longer this year. Dozens of Michigan construction projects are in limbo as unionized heavy equipment operators went on strike early Wednesday morning …