Andrew Robins

News Director

Andy Robins has been WMUK's News Director since 1998 and a broadcast journalist for over 24 years. He joined WMUK's staff in 1985. Under his direction, WMUK has received numerous awards for news reporting.

Email: andrew.robins (at)     Phone: (269) 387 5717

"LANSING The straight-party voting option will still be available in Michigan in the Nov. 8 general election after the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday rejected a last-ditch appeal on the issue from Attorney General Bill Schuette. The court, which currently has eight members, rejected Schuette's request for a stay of a preliminary injunction issued against a recent Michigan law banning straight-party voting." Detroit Free Press/Battle Creek Enquirer)

"GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Disgraced legislators Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat have filed separate federal lawsuits against the state House of Representatives, former colleagues and investigators. Gamrat's lawsuit names primarily legislators as defendants." (MLive)

"KALAMAZOO, MI - Kalamazoo County administrators were given $5 million worth of bad news during an update on a site chosen to relocate public health clinical services. A site on Alcott Street between South Burdick and Portage streets was evaluated as a potential location build a new $13.5 million, 45,000-square-foot building." (MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette)

"KALAMAZOO, MI -- Police have identified the two 17-year-old victims of last night's shootings as Marsavious Frazier, a student in Kalamazoo Public Schools, and Daqarion Hunter, also of Kalamazoo. The families have been notified, according to a news release from Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety." (MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette)

"OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP - At 10:15 a.m., hours before a decision would be made, Nick Loeks intently watched each vote be tallied. "Three votes," the clerk said as two others prepared their pens to record the result. "Boven. DiBiaggio. Loeks. Mazer." A short pause. "Four votes..." On it went." (MLive/Kalamazoo Gazette)