Guy Gordon

Published On: Jul 25 2013 01:33:43 PM EDT
Updated On: Sep 06 2013 12:53:33 PM EDT
DETROIT -

Guy is happy to be celebrating his first decade with Local 4 News and his 29th year in Detroit TV.

Guy can be seen every day hosting Live in the D and Local 4's web-exclusive newscast at noon. 

He's covered many of the biggest stories affecting Metro Detroit and its residents including cross-country coverage of Pope John Paul II, Nelson Mandela, as well as Detroit's downtown stadiums, and the Chrysler/GM bankruptcies. The North American International Auto Show is still his favorite time of year. 

His biggest source of pride--his 3 children with wife Gale. When not anchoring the news you can usually find Guy with a golf club or tennis racquet in his hand or tooling around in his 2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe. Guy demonstrates his commitment to the people who live and work in metro Detroit. His annual charity golf outing, the "Guy Gordon Classic for Kids," has raised more than $1.5 Million for Oakland Family Services.

If you have a great story, Guy would love to hear about it. Please email him at

Other ways you can contact Guy:

Facebook: Guy Gordon

Twitter: @NewsGuy4

GUY'S FAVORITE 4

  • Favorite Vacation Spot in Michigan: Walloon Lake
  • Favorite Movie:  To Kill a Mockingbird
  • Favorite Book: The Losing Season, Pat Conroy (or whatever I'm reading at the moment)
  • Favorite Song:  Against the Wind, Bob Seger  (but it changes daily)

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