Jennifer Moss


Jennifer is an award winning broadcast news journalist with more than two decades of professional television news experience including the nation's fifth largest news market. She's worked as both news reporter and news anchor for television and radio in markets from Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo all the way to San Francisco, California.

She's interviewed everyone from U.S. Presidents to Oprah Winfrey; Bishop Desmond Tutu to amazing young students. She's skied with Special Olympians and has flown an F-16 fighter jet.

Jennifer loves the community in which she lives and thus remains very active. She has been recognized for outstanding community service and received the "Giants" award in Grand Rapids.

Jennifer has two teenage sons at home and a daughter and grandson in Indianapolis. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.

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February is Heart Month.  And during this month, there are messages everywhere about the importance of maintaining optimal heart health.  Experts say Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women.  Doctors at Spectrum say there is still a lot of “MIS-information” about heart disease and they’d like to change that.

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The City of Grand Rapids recently launched a new website that serves as a digital City Hall for residents, businesses and other community members. The website, which replaces, provides information in both English and Spanish and offers online payments as well. 

“The bottom line is that our old website wasn’t working.  People couldn’t find what they needed. That means we had to do an entire overhaul, you start from the ground up.”

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It may be Valentine’s Day, but a study recently released by the Better Business Bureau reveals an estimated one million Americans have been victimized in romance fraud scams with losses nearing a billion dollars over the last three years.  The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning to those who use dating websites to be wary of scammers.  They also provide tips to help.

“So this is a huge problem, especially as people turn to online resources to find love and get connected to other folks in the area.”

A two-day symposium hosted by Grand Valley State University and the Grand Rapids Public Museum will celebrate space exploration once again.  It’s the “Roger That!” conference which will feature Guy Bluford.  He’s a retired NASA astronaut and was the first African American to travel to space.

“We’re kind of trying to expand people’s ideas that you can’t be interested in space unless you are an engineer or want to become a physicist.  You can be interested in space and explore space from a number of different perspectives.”

Local middle school students will have the opportunity to embrace the fields of science, technology, engineering and math during an upcoming event at Grand Valley State University and Grand Rapids Community College.  It’s an interactive “STEM” program hosted by The Association of Women in Science-West Michigan. 

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A Grand Valley State University group worked with a local inventor and alumnus to help develop a first of its kind device that can improve the way surgeons are trained for spinal procedures. 

“It’s been mind blowing. Let’s just put it that way.”

The Grand Rapids Income Tax Office is extending its hours to help and encourage residents to file their City returns. 

“We do this, just because we know it can be complicated to complete your taxes.  We just want to take the pain out of it. We’re really not about punishing, we just want to help you get into compliance.”

Gilda’s Club LaughFest added yet another act for the upcoming event in March.  Tickets for Actor and LaughFest veteran, Ron Funches went on sale today.  He joins a stellar line up of comedians already on tap for the event.  Gilda’s Club helps provides free emotional health support for those on a cancer or grief journey. LaughFest’s President reminds the community of their purpose and genuine need for laughter.

The Grand Rapids Police Department is investigating an increase in a reported use of counterfeit money. Since December of 2017, there have been at least 12 cases or reported incidents.

Police have some tips for residents to avoid being scammed.

“We did have seven in December and five in January and that’s more than we generally see.  So we wanted to make the public aware that it’s on the increase and how they can avoid being a victim.”

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It looks like those charged with finding a new Kent County Administrator & Controller have made their pick.  At a meeting yesterday, the recruitment subcommittee voted unanimously to recommend to the Board of Commissioners, Interim Administrator Wayman Britt’s appointment.  With this move, Britt becomes the county’s first African American Administrator.   

“Very excited about the search committee’s recommendation to the Board of Commissioners of Wayman Britt.”