Interviews with news makers and discussion of topics important to Southwest Michigan. Heard Monday and Thursday mornings at 9:30. With an afternoon rebroadcast both days at 3:30

Courtesy of Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan

On WestSouthwest, we discuss gender equality with the Director of the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan. And a preview of the Michigan Autism Conference coming up in mid September. 

Mike Lanka / WMU University Relations

When a young child is diagnosed with autism, Western Michigan University doctoral student Thom Ratkos says “There’s really no telling what the trajectory is.” 

Courtesy of Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan

Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan CEO Jan Barker says girls wonder “Why are there only six woman governors in the United States?” 

File photo of the South Haven lighthouse

On WestSouthwest, a four part series on drownings in the Great Lakes. And former Michigan Govenror Jennifer Granholm discusses her role in Hillary Clinton's Presidential campaign and transition team. 


Tom Arthur/Wikicommons

Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm has emerged as one of the top campaign surrogates for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Granholm has been a Clinton supporter since her first presidential run in 2008.