is a politics, policy and law journalist from Kalamazoo, Michigan. She studied political science at Western Michigan University and has been published in multiple national and international outlets.
Michigan residents are finally drawing their own voting maps and this is how you can help shape your community.
An auction will sell off pieces of the Mackinac Bridge, and it’s a much larger story of masterful civil engineering and what routine infrastructure maintenance could do for Michigan.
Despite passing up multiple chances to speak to constituents of color, Rep. Lisa McClain (R-Port Huron) blamed a vote in D.C. for her lack of outreach.
Despite studies showing their importance, school librarians and libraries are largely a thing of the past in Michigan. This state Rep. is working to change that.
If Republicans want to make every vote truly equal, it's time for them to support the end of the Electoral College.
More than a million Michiganders don't have access to broadband internet. Here's what it's like to finally connect.
Leaky roofs, poor ventilation, and breaking amenities were a problem when she graduated from St. Clair High School. They still are now that she teaches there.