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 WJR’s Ken Rogulski and Warren Mayor James Fouts are your hosts for “My Warren – The City That Cares.”  Join Ken and James as they take a look at what makes the City of Warren a great place to live, work, and grow.  As the largest city in Macomb County, and the third largest city in Michigan, Warren is a driver that helps the economy of our state thrive.  Tune in to learn why big businesses have invested and families have taken root.  It’s all part of “My Warren,” exclusively on News/Talk 760 WJR.

 WJR’s Ken Rogulski and Warren Mayor James Fouts are your hosts for “My Warren – The City That Cares.”  Join Ken and James as they take a look at what makes the City of Warren a great place to live, work, and grow.  As the largest city in Macomb County, and the third largest city in Michigan, Warren is a driver that helps the economy of our state thrive.  Tune in to learn why big businesses have invested and families have taken root.  It’s all part of “My Warren,” exclusively on News/Talk 760 WJR.

Warren Mayor James Fouts

Mayor Fouts has spent his adult life in service to others.  As a government and psychology teacher, Fouts enjoyed inspiring young minds to the callings of service.  As a Warren City Councilman for 26 years, James worked to entice businesses and builders to grow his city, while helping to guard the health of young citizen by being at the forefront of anti-tobacco policies.  As Mayor, James Fouts has led his city to become an epicenter for commerce, while creating a community that provides world-class services to its citizens.  In 2019, Mayor Fouts was reelected by Warren’s citizens to a fourth term.   


Ken Rogulski

Ken Rogulski
is an award-winning broadcast journalist with a long tenure on The Great Voice of The Great Lakes.  Born an only child in Hamtramck, Michigan, Ken took an early interest in broadcasting and went on to graduate with a degree in Communications Arts & Science from Western Michigan University.  After college, Ken headed to Houston, Texas, where he served 18 years as a radio reporter, anchor, and eventually program director.  Back home now in Michigan, Ken has covered nearly all of Detroit’s biggest news stories, including the Detroit and auto industry bankruptcies, the recent GM strike, UAW corruption, and the Coronavirus outbreak.  When not on the beat bringing you the latest local breaking news, Ken enjoys boating the Great Lakes, cooking gourmet dinners, and gardening.  Ken is the proud father of two, and currently resides with his wife in Bloomfield Hills


Learn more about the City of Warren at MIWarren.org and CityOfWarren.org.

Warren Mayor James Fouts

Mayor Fouts has spent his adult life in service to others.  As a government and psychology teacher, Fouts enjoyed inspiring young minds to the callings of service.  As a Warren City Councilman for 26 years, James worked to entice businesses and builders to grow his city, while helping to guard the health of young citizen by being at the forefront of anti-tobacco policies.  As Mayor, James Fouts has led his city to become an epicenter for commerce, while creating a community that provides world-class services to its citizens.  In 2019, Mayor Fouts was reelected by Warren’s citizens to a fourth term.   



Ken Rogulski

Ken Rogulski is an award-winning broadcast journalist with a long tenure on The Great Voice of The Great Lakes.  Born an only child in Hamtramck, Michigan, Ken took an early interest in broadcasting and went on to graduate with a degree in Communications Arts & Science from Western Michigan University.  After college, Ken headed to Houston, Texas, where he served 18 years as a radio reporter, anchor, and eventually program director.  Back home now in Michigan, Ken has covered nearly all of Detroit’s biggest news stories, including the Detroit and auto industry bankruptcies, the recent GM strike, UAW corruption, and the Coronavirus outbreak.  When not on the beat bringing you the latest local breaking news, Ken enjoys boating the Great Lakes, cooking gourmet dinners, and gardening.  Ken is the proud father of two, and currently resides with his wife in Bloomfield Hills


Learn more about the City of Warren at MIWarren.org and CityOfWarren.org.

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