The Board of State Canvassers has cleared the first hurdle for one dauntless petitioner. A retired state of Michigan employee is hoping to start a petition drive to eliminate the state Senate, end term limits for legislators, […]
Not everyone in Lansing is giving up on plans for a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor.
On the same day we get Michigan’s latest jobless report, there’s some new information on the number of people who have already lost – as well as those who are about to lose – their […]
Voter turnout has been pegged at just over 50-percent by Michigan’s Secretary of State. WWJ Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick says he thinks it might be even less than that.
WWJ’s Lansing correspondant reviews the waning minutes of the Gubanatorial campaign in Michigan.
WWJ’s Lansing Correspondant checks in with the morning crew on some key elements of the State budget just passed.
Tackling the state’s budget continues to take center stage in Lansing. Michigan’s new fiscal year begins this Friday and lawmakers are scrambling to erase a $400 million deficit and craft a new budget in order […]
The two candidates for Michigan Attorney General squared at Michigan State University, during their only scheduled debate. Republican Bill Schuette and Democrat David Leyton spent most of Friday’s 30-minute showdown portraying each other as soft on […]
WWJ’s Lansing correspondent updates listeners on the Democratic and Republican State conventions continuing today.
WWJ’s Lansing Correspondant reports on some fireworks at the Michigan Republican Convention.