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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8:13 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

State Treasurer says campaign finance investigation played no role in decision to resign

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Andy Dillon says divorce and media scrutiny led to to stepping down
LANSING, MI -- Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon, who tendered his resignation on Friday, continues to face questions over campaign finance reporting errors related to his 2010 gubernatorial campaign committee. The committee may have mishandled a $130,000 bank loan in July of 2010, violating the Michigan Campaign Finance Act, according to one of six error and ommission notices issued last month by the Bureau of Elections.
8:02 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

Oshtemo Township residents complain about mailbox removal

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Residents complain about "selective enforcement
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
OSHTEMO TOWNSHIP, MI -- Residents of a subdivision in Oshtemo Township are calling foul after several mailboxes were torn down by the Kalamazoo County Road Commission Monday to enforce its encroachment policy for non-conforming mailboxes. Among the mailboxes removed was NFL star Greg Jenning's unit, according to residents of the WestPort Trails subdivision.
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9:25 am
Mon October 14, 2013

Kalamazoo County Commissioner launches campaign for state House

Brandt Iden
Credit Iden campaign website

Kalamazoo County Commissioner Brandt Iden says he will run for the state House next year. 

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6:19 am
Mon October 14, 2013

60 Minutes looks at Detroit's decline and bankruptcy

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CBS takes look at what caused fall of industrial capital and efforts to bring it back
Few cities have provided more to more Americans than Detroit. When it filed for bankruptcy in July, it became the largest American city to do that and admit defeat.
8:24 pm
Sun October 13, 2013

U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments Tuesday in case involving Michigan's affirmative action ban

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Decision isn't expected for months
Thousands are expected to gather outside Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court takes up oral arguments over Michigan's affirmative action ban, in what court watchers nationally are calling one of the most important cases on the docket this fall.

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