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SW Michigan
1:46 pm
Thu May 2, 2013

Wolf hunting bill clears the state House

Wolves on Isle Royale in 2006 (hunting would not be allowed there even if the state law is approved)
Credit John Vucetich/Michigan Technological University / AP Photo

It looks increasingly like Michigan voters will not get to decide whether or not wolves can be hunted in the Upper Peninsula. The state House has approved a bill that would let the Natural Resources Commission decide which species can be hunted. The Gongwer News Service says supporters of hunting say that’s the best way to control the wolf population.

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Fine Art
1:01 pm
Thu May 2, 2013

The Southwest, rock icons, and religion: Artist tackles them all

Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

Plainwell multi-media artist Crystal Overhuel, also known as Dupri Mangeldoft, says she was always taught to color (or paint) outside the lines. 


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Justice for Maurice Henry Carter
9:42 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

A quest for justice and the bond of friendship in play at WMU

Von Washington and other actors in rehearsal
Credit WMUK

Report by WMUK's Gordon Evans

The true story of a friendship that grew out of a quest for justice is the basis of the play Justice for Maurice Henry Carter.

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Local Music
5:19 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Soloists acknowledge their roots with KSO's 'A Night of Musical Promise'

Alpin Hong
Credit alpinhong.com

Pianist Alpin Hong and violinist Jun-Ching Lin are the featured soloists in a free collaborative concert this Thursday called A Night of Musical Promisewhich will include over 170 young performers who participate in a variety of regional music programs. 

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SW Michigan
3:50 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Eight State House Dems get their committees back

Michigan State Capitol Building
Credit Melissa Benmark / WKAR

Eight state House Democrats who lost their committee assignments Tuesday got them back Wednesday.

Republican House Speaker Jase Bolger of Marshall removed the lawmakers, including Representative Kate Segal of Battle Creek, saying they had missed too many committee meetings. But the Gongwer News Service says Bolger reversed the decision after what he called “positive” meetings with the eight legislators.

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