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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8:56 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

WMU officials say saving wings of East Hall will cost $10-million each

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East Hall being renovated into alumni center
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI -- It would cost Western Michigan University at least $10 million to preserve each of the two wings of East Hall, according to the architectural firm hired to convert the historical building into an alumni center.
Climate change
1:55 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

WestSouthwest: A conservative solution to climate change

Bob Inglis
Credit Energy and Enterprise Initiative

Interview with Bob Inglis

Former Congressman Bob Inglis tells WMUK's Andy Robins that we're approaching climate change thewrong way. 

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WMU
1:44 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

WestSouthwest: WMU President John Dunn

John Dunn - file
Credit WMUK

Interview with President John Dunn - air version

Western Michigan University's President sits down with WMUK's Gordon Evans and Kalamazoo Gazette reporter Yvonne Zipp for this week's WestSouthwest.

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7:36 am
Tue October 1, 2013

State's largest teachers union endorses Schauer for governor

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Michigan Education Association has traditionally aligned with Democratic Party
Lansing - The state's largest teachers union plans Tuesday to officially throw its support and political muscle behind Mark Schauer's campaign for governor. The Michigan Education Association's backing of Schauer marks the first major labor union endorsement the Battle Creek Democrat has picked up in next year's gubernatorial race.
7:30 am
Tue October 1, 2013

State says laid off prison food workers will get priority for prison guard jobs

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Contract approved to privatize food service in state prisons
LANSING - Many of the Michigan Department of Correction's food service workers who are being laid off as a result of a privatization deal approved today may end up becoming corrections officers, a spokesman for the department said.

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