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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4:09 pm
Sun May 18, 2014

Benton Harbor's Harbor Shores Prepares for Senior PGA Championship

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Practice begins on Tuesday. The tournament begins on Thursday
BENTON HARBOR - Everything except the finishing touches is ready for the 75th Senior PGA Championship at Harbor Shores in Benton Harbor this week, according to Greg Vaughn, co-vice chairman of the Assure Community Benefits Committee.
4:01 pm
Sun May 18, 2014

Senate Committee Considers Funding Airport Improvements

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Groups representing local governments and schools concerned about diversion of funding
Lansing A Senate committee last week dramatically ramped up proposed spending to catch up on $730 million worth of improvements at Michigan airports, but its plan is drawing significant opposition. The proposal would add $32 million to $42 million a year to the pot of money available for airport improvements through an adjusted aviation fuel tax.
3:49 pm
Sun May 18, 2014

Next University of Michigan President Calls for Greater Transparency on Pay

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Faculty recently asked school to disclose all compensation
University of Michigan faculty are calling for greater transparency when it comes to employee compensation, and the public school's next leader is listening. He wants to change the way U-M reports employee compensation, so that not just the base is reported, but supplemental pay and bonuses as well.
5:10 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Levin Wanted IRS to Check Out Nonprofits on Left and Right

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The Detroit News says a closer look at documents posted by the group Judicial Watch shows Levin wasn't targeting conservatives, as that group had claimed.
A conservative watchdog group released documents Wednesday it claims show U.S. Sen. Carl Levin exerting pressure on the Internal Revenue Service to shut down conservative-leaning groups, but a closer look at the documents shows the Detroit Democrat asked the same questions of liberal organizations.
5:03 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Detroit Retirees Almost Agreed to Try to Force KIA Art Sale

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The proposal fell apart a few months ago after the state stepped in.
Detroit retirees nearly joined with creditors last fall to try to force the sale of the Detroit Institute of Arts' masterpieces and other assets, but a pledge of millions from the state persuaded retirees to abandon the plan, according to interviews and confidential documents obtained by the Free Press.

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