Steve Driver

    I am a family man with a great work ethic and positive attitude. I am a father of 4, a musician, a husband, and a friend. I love the simple things in life and appreciate time with my family and friends. I’ve always been a people person, the more the merrier I always say. I love children and being a father has been, and always will be, the very best part of my life, and my children mean the world to me. I like to keep a positive outlook on life. I believe all things are possible and our only real enemy is ourselves and the doubt we create. I am a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcasting in Southfield Michigan. I graduated in August of 2014, started my career with Cumulus Broadcasting in October of 2014, and currently host the afternoon drive show, 3-7pm, on Flint’s Nash Fm 95.1

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    Luke Perry’s final appearance on ‘Riverdale’ was short and bittersweet

    Thanks for everything, Fred Andrews. Wednesday night’s episode of “Riverdale” was the last episode late actor Luke Perry filmed before his unexpected death from a stroke at age 52 last month. In the episode, Fred accompanies his son, Archie (KJ Apa) to the hospital, where a group of people are awaiting word on his boxing…

    Netflix may have to say goodbye to ‘The Office’ and ‘Friends’

    Some of the greatest American sitcoms of our generation, from “The Office” to “Friends,” could be leaving Netflix, the Wall Street Journal reports. As NBCUniversal prepares to launch its own streaming service, it has “begun internal discussions about removing ‘The Office’ from Netflix” after Netflix’s contract to air the show expires in 2021, according to…

    Rapper Bun B shot an armed intruder trying to steal his car

    Houston rapper Bun B shot an armed man suspected of invading his home in southwest Houston on Tuesday. Houston Police said Bun B’s wife answered the door to a man holding a gun and demanding property as he forced his way into their home. Bun B’s wife directed the suspect, identified as 20-year-old DeMonte Jackson,…

    Martha Stewart says she feels sorry for Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman

    The TV icon and retail business mogul Martha Stewart shared her sympathy for Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, both of whom are facing charges for their alleged involvement in the college admissions scandal. Stewart was asked in a red carpet interview with “Entertainment Tonight” on Tuesday at the Time 100 Gala what advice she would…