Mike Ludlum

Sports Director

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Sports Director

Mike has been at TV6 for nearly 30 years, with the first three or so in the news department, and the remainder in sports.

Mike feels there's nothing like covering U.P. sports because every time you go below the Mackinac Bridge, you're automatically the underdog in the eyes of most Lower Peninsula folks. That makes winning state titles even better, Mike says.

Mike graduated from Grand Ledge HS in 1981 and from Michigan State in 1985 with a B.A. in Telecommunication. His wife, Julie, is a Negaunee and NMU grad. She's a nurse in Marquette. They have two sons; Steven and Eric. Both attended Negaunee Schools. Both boys have been heavily involved in football, basketball, tennis and baseball.


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NBC News Headlines

College admissions scheme focuses spotlight on university athletics

“This raises serious questions: What is the legitimate reason to admit privileged kids in non-revenue sports at all?” one expert said.

White House jubilant after release of Mueller report summary

Trump allies seized on Barr's letter as proof the president was right all along when he insisted: "NO COLLUSION!"

What is plogging? Growing movement of joggers picking up trash

It’s a growing exercise trend that’s good for the environment and your health: plogging. It started in Sweden, with joggers picking up garbage as they go, and is spreading around the world.

One dead after massive car pileups in California

Visibility in an area known as the Grapevine dropped, and as cars slowed down a chain reaction involving some 30 vehicles began. A separate pileup in Claremont left one dead and sent two to the hospital in critical condition.

Residents demand answers over Texas chemical fire health concerns

Nervous Deer Park residents are wary of lingering health risks in the water and air after the massive fire at a local chemical plant. Officials say they are working hard to contain the hazardous impacts and say there's low health risk to the community.