Cynthia Canty was the host of Stateside since the weekday show began in 2012. She retired in 2019.
A lifelong resident of metro Detroit, she was on television and radio in Southeast Michigan since 1979.
She has served as a popular radio host, television news anchor, producer, and as a general assignment, medical, and consumer reporter.
Canty was a news anchor and morning show personality at Detroit radio stations WNIC-100.3 FM, WDTX- 99.5 FM and WMGC-105.1 FM.
Throughout the 1990s, she was on WKBD-TV in the roles of news anchor, reporter and public affairs host & producer.
Her reporting and writing have earned her many awards, including an Emmy and honors from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, the Associated Press and the Detroit Press Club.
Contributions from Cynthia Canty
- Stateside host Cynthia Canty looks back and forward as she retires
Cynthia Canty has hosted Stateside since it began in 2012, but now she's getting ready for another adventure. After 40 years in broadcasting, Cyndy is retiring. Stateside will continue, but Cyndy …
- Raheel Siddiqui family and lawyer: Marine recruit’s death “not caused by any misconduct of his own”
Marine Gunnery Sergeant Joseph Felix will soon face a general court martial at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The former drill instructor is facing charges including hazing and maltreatment — violation …
- Nuns recall their role in the ‘67 rebellion and the injustices still troubling Detroit
The Detroit rebellion erupted in the early Sunday morning hours of July 23, 1967, just blocks away from the Catholic church and school of St. Agnes located on 12th Street. That street is now known as …
- Cast of "Detroit" hopes new film sparks conversations about race relations
Director Kathryn Bigelow's new film Detroit depicts one of the most horrific events of the 1967 rebellion: a night of terror at the Algiers Motel, a night that left three young black men dead at …
- Starting over in Michigan: After a year, Syrian refugee family finds some stability
Michigan is a top destination in the U.S. for Syrian refugees. Just this year alone, more than 600 have settled here, according to the State Department. Among the hundreds who have fled their homeland …