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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10:21 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

Hopewell leads all Kalamazoo City Commission candidates in fund raising

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Records show incumbent commissioners have outspent challengers by 2-to-1 margin as of October 20th
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI -- Kalamazoo Mayor Bobby Hopewell is leading all Kalamazoo City Commission candidates in campaign fundraising for the Nov. 5 election, having raised $16,697 so far in his bid for re-election. Hopewell had $7,652.34 left as carryover from his last campaign, and has spent a total of $11,935.44 in this election cycle, according to pre-election campaign finance reports due at the Kalamazoo County Clerk's office Friday.
Battle Creek city election
10:17 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

Election 2013: Battle Creek City Commission

Battle Creek City Hall - file photo
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Interview with Battle Creek Enquirer reporter Jennifer Bowman

    

18 candidates are seeking nine seats on the Battle Creek City Commission this year. 

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Kellogg and Wilmar
7:49 am
Wed October 30, 2013

WestSouthwest: Protesting Kellogg's involvement with Singapore company

Kellogg Company Headquarters - file photo
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Interview with Margaret Kran-Annexstein and Jez Vedua

The group Forest Heroes has spent part of the fall calling for Kellogg to end its partnership with agribusiness corporation Wilmar International. 

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PromiseNet
7:27 am
Wed October 30, 2013

WestSouthwest: PromiseNet 2013

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Interview with Michelle Miller-Adams - air version

For the last eight years researcher Michelle Miller-Adams has been examining the impact of the Kalamazoo Promise and how other communities have launched their own programs. 

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7:08 am
Wed October 30, 2013

Amash, Conyers again work to limit surveillance

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Current legislation believed to have better chance of passing
WASHINGTON - After narrowly losing an effort to rein in U.S. spying activities, two Michigan congressmen from opposite ends of the political spectrum are back as backers of a measure with an even better chance of passage.

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