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
- Union warns of threat to air safety from the partial government shutdown
The technicians who maintain the nation’s air traffic system warn the ongoing partial federal government shutdown is affecting air safety. A weekend offer that President Donald Trump says is a comprom …
- State utility assistance program accused of leaving needy families in the cold
Over the weekend, parts of Michigan recorded temperatures well below zero. The bitter cold temps come as many Michiganders are struggling to get help from the state to keep the heat on in their homes.
- Proposed changes to Michigan's civil asset forfeiture law go to Senate committee this week
This week, a state Senate committee will take up legislation to put limits on police seizures of private property. Under current law, police agencies in Michigan can take property from criminal suspec …
- New tests show improvement in Flint water quality
The latest testing shows the level of lead in Flint’s tap water has declined again. Flint’s drinking water has been closely tested since the height of the city’s water crisis. In early 2016, the highe …
- Michigan regulators may allow unlicensed marijuana businesses to reopen
The state of Michigan may soon allow closed medical marijuana dispensaries without a license to reopen. More than half the state’s medical marijuana dispensaries were forced to close earlier this mont …