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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10:52 am
Mon May 13, 2013

Emergency Manager's report spells out Detroit's financial troubles

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Report is first by Kevyn Orr since he was appointed Emergency Manager for Detroit in March
Kevyn Orr's report, mandated by the state after an emergency manager's first 45 days in office, confirms a city in desperate shape, with costs for retiree benefits eating up a third of its budget and public services suffering as Detroit's revenues and population shrink each year.
Palisades Nuclear Power Plant
9:38 am
Mon May 13, 2013

Group says Palisades leak is a symptom of larger problems

Palisades Nuclear Power Plant
Credit US Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Interview with Kevin Kamps

West Michigan Congressman Fred Upton and a commissioner from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will tour the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant near South Haven on Monday.

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Portage Superintendent Search
8:28 am
Mon May 13, 2013

E-mails raise questions about transparency of Portage Superintendent search

Portage Central High School - file photo
Credit WMUK

Interview with Julie Mack

Portage School Board members identified their preferred candidate for superintendent and discussed contract details before naming Greg Gray the sole finalist. MLive Kalamazoo has examined e-mails obtained under the Freedom of Information Act

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8:16 pm
Sun May 12, 2013

No clear leader for Saint Joseph city manager

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Saint Joseph City Commissioners will meet again Thursday morning, and could pick a new city manager
ST. JOSEPH - The three finalists for St. Joseph city manager, interviewed Saturday, are making it tough for city commissioners to make a decision.
8:06 pm
Sun May 12, 2013

Federal support for Grand River restoration project

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EPA program targets community-drive revitalization projects
GRAND RAPIDS - The estimated $27 million effort to restore the rapids in the Grand River has a new supporter: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Urban Waters Federal Partnership. The partnership selected the Grand River restoration project along with 10 other urban waterway sites around the country to receive coordination and resources support from more than a dozen different federal agencies.
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