Mike Horace

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Mike Horace worked at WCMU as a student reporter in the late-2000s, and was hired full time by the station in April, 2012. He began as a general assignment reporter, and eventually began anchoring middays, delivering news and information during 'The Takeaway.'

In October, 2015, Mike became the local host of NPR's award-winning news magazine 'Morning Edition.' He also juggles several behind-the-scenes duties that keep WCMU on the air 24/7.

Mike is a huge fan of Detroit sports, and is WCMU's in house political junkie. 

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Photo courtesy Michigan Supreme Court.

A new report from the Michigan Supreme Court says a specialty probation program is reducing unemployment and recividism rates among its graduates. 

The race to be Michigan's next Attorney General is heating up -- and partisan bickering is dominating campaigns on both sides of the aisle. 

Photo courtesy Michigan Department of Transportation

UPDATE 7:30AM: One lane of traffic has reopened on I-75 following yesterday's crash, but the two center lanes and the right lane remain closed as crews continue to work to stabilize the Salzburg Road bridge.

 

Previous reporting: Southbound I-75 remains closed in Bay County Thursday morning, after a truck hit a support column on the Salzburg Road bridge and burst into flames Wednesday afternoon.

Traffic is being detoured onto eastbound M-25, to southbound M-13, to southbound M-84, and then back onto I-75.

The suspect in Friday's shooting on the campus of Central Michigan University was apprehended shortly after midnight Saturday. James Davis Jr. is accused of fatally shooting his parents on the fourth floor of the Campbell residence hall.

Mount Pleasant Police Department

UPDATE: One of the victims of the shooting that took place on the campus of Central Michigan University Friday morning has been identified as James Davis Sr., father of the shooter and off duty officer from Bellwood Police Department in Illinois. 

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