Travis Sleight

Student Reporter

Travis Sleight is a student reporter for WCMU, joining our staff in early 2017. You can hear him report daily for 'Morning Edition' and 'All Things Considered.'

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Following floods in many communities across the state, the attorney general's office is urging people seeking to buy a car to be on the lookout for flood-damaged vehicles.

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The 2018 Northern Michigan Manufacturing Summit is Tuesday and this year conference organizers say the focus is on helping manufacturers deal with changing times.

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. 

Michigan State University

Researchers from Michigan State University have pinpointed areas in Flint that have unequal, and unaffordable access to healthy food. The inequalities, they said, are based on race and income.

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Anyone with pets will likely tell you what type of personality their furry friend has. Studies show animals do in fact have personalities - and act in different ways.

Now, researchers at Central Michigan University are studying what effect, if any, animal’s different personality types have on the environment.