Amyre Makupson

Street Beat Preview: Keeping Kids Safe In And Out Of SchoolAmyre Makupson looks at ways to keep children safe in and out of school.
Street Beat: Heart Health
Street Beat: Active AgingAmyre Makupson meets people who are inspiring active aging.
Local Broadcast Legend Shares Advice For Young JournalistsWith an outstanding career in broadcast news, this award-winning journalist is no stranger to the camera. Amyre Makupson is a well know Detroit broadcaster. Throughout her 27-year career, Makupson had the chance to get to know so many people and report on many stories about the city of Detroit.
Street Beat: Ann Arbor Art Fair, Metro Detroit Youth DayAmyre Makupson checks in with Karen Delhey and Tim Gralewski of the Ann Arbor Art Fair, Ed Deeb with Metro Detroit Youth Day, Charles D. Small, with Don Bosco Hall on Willie Horton’s Batting for Kids and John Hollingsworth and Cecelia Sharpe with the Art of Resilience event.
Street Beat: Re-entry Aid To Ex-offendersOn Saturday, July 4th, Street Beat host Amyre Makupson finds out about programs that help ex-offenders stay on the right side of the law.
Street Beat: Hunger And NutritionOn Saturday, June 13 host Amyre Makupson finds out about ways to be sure that Detroiters are getting enough food and the right kind of nutrition.
Street Beat: Komen Race And CancerOn Saturday, May 9, host Amyre Makupson looks at organizations helping those with cancer.
Street Beat: Proposal 1 And TransportationOn Saturday, April 11th, Street Beat host Amyre Makupson will look at Proposal 1 and various transportation issues. First, Eric Lupher, President of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan, will explain Proposal 1.
WGPR-TV 62: Where God's Presence Radiates!I can easily recall the day, September 29, 1975 when WGPR-TV 62 went on the air live for the first time.
Street Beat: Black History MonthAmyre Makupson hosts a special edition.
Street Beat: Charity, Networking StartupsThis week on Street Beat host, Amyre Makupson, talks to people who saw a need in the community and started, or joined, charitable organizations to fill it.