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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8:10 pm
Mon September 16, 2013

Poll finds majority of Michigan residents support legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana

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Poll commissioned by group supporting pot legalization
LANSING, MI -- A majority of Michigan voters now support legalizing or decriminalizing marijuana in some capacity, according to the results of a new statewide poll. EPIC-MRA of Lansing conducted a live-operator survey from September 7 to 10, asking 600 likely voters what they thought about Michigan's current marijuana laws.
10:44 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Fund would help schools change to year around calendar

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Several school districts in Michigan have experimented with alternative calendar
LANSING -- A new proposal in the Michigan House of Representatives would set aside $10 million in state funds to help schools transition to a "year-round" calendar where students do not have the traditional lengthy summer break.
Tea Party
10:27 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Bridge Magazine looks at the Tea Party's influence in Michigan

Tea Party Alliance members Gene Clem (right) and Sharon Lollio in photo from Bridge Magazine story
Credit Pat Schellenbarger, Bridge Magazine

Interview with Pat Schellenbarger

Bridge Magazine contribute Pat Schellenbarger says the Tea Party is better at blocking things they're opposed to rather than getting something passed. 

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8:02 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Large crop yield, but a shortage of workers

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Weather, recession and industry changes blamed for lack for agricultural workers
Fred Leitz and his three brothers lost more than half their farm's blueberry crop this year. And Mother Nature is not to blame.The fourth-generation owners of Leitz Farm in Sodus Township said the blueberries, along with a third of their cucumbers and a fourth of their cantaloupes, were left to die in the field due to a shortage of pickers.
7:53 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Lawmakers consider ending "cut rate" vehicle registration fees

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Michigan currently collects about $900-million a year in vehicle registration fees
LANSING — As they try to raise an extra $1.2 billion a year to fix Michigan’s roads, state lawmakers are looking at reducing or eliminating cut-rate vehicle-registration fees that benefit special-interest groups and cost the state tens of millions of dollars a year.

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