Gordon Evans

News Reporter/Producer

WMUK's Morning Edition anchor, Gordon Evans is also an accomplished reporter and interviewer. A 1990 graduate of Michigan State, he came to WMUK from WAAM in Ann Arbor.

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6:20 am
Mon January 6, 2014

Snyder closes state offices, activates Emergency Operations Center

Lead in text: 
Michigan House and Senate offices are also closed
LANSING, MI -- Many Michigan government offices will close Monday -- only remaining open for "critical functions" -- as a result of a major winter storm that swept the state Sunday.
6:01 am
Mon January 6, 2014

City of Kalamazoo facilities closed Monday

Lead in text: 
Several other government offices closed because of winter storm
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI -- City of Kalamazoo facilities will be closed except for essential services Monday due to inclement weather, according to a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety press release. "City employees who are not sworn public safety officers, public safety dispatchers, or essential public services employees are encouraged to stay home," the press release stated.
7:24 pm
Sun January 5, 2014

Snow emergency in Battle Creek

Lead in text: 
Parking on city streets prohibited to allow crews to plow
As bad as the weather was Sunday, it will be worse Monday. Like two punches from a boxer, a winter storm led with heavy snow starting Saturday night and will finish with bitter cold and dangerous wind chills beginning Monday morning.
7:21 pm
Sun January 5, 2014

Western Michigan University closed Monday

Lead in text: 
Kalamazoo College, KVCC, many school districts closed because of weather
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI -- Western Michigan University will be closed Monday due to severe weather, according to an announcement on the university's website. Only essential and emergency services personnel are expected at work Monday. All classes are canceled in Kalamazoo, Battle Creek and the regional location in Grand Rapids.
12:14 pm
Sun January 5, 2014

Poll shows transparency helps perception of schools

Lead in text: 
Survey was done of adults in four Battle Creek area school districts
Battle Creek-area residents give better grades to schools where they believe the teachers are higher-quality and to schools more willing to share information, according to research commissioned by the Enquirer. Ironically, though the public wants more information from their schools, the release of this information was delayed nearly eight months because school leaders voiced concern with the W.K.

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