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.
Allison Alexander sees a lot of kids at work, and despite being vaccinated against COVID, she masks to keep them safe. And she thinks other Michiganders should too.
The child tax credit had kids in this Macomb neighborhood running into the streets with wonder and excitement. Here's why.
2020 census data shows a population decline in Michigan’s Black communities. One local leader says it’s to find more opportunities in the South.
The need for school masking isn't just a health concern, says State Rep. Lori Stone (D-Warren), but also about avoiding last year's unpredictability.
Hit the ground running as summer turns into fall with 10 weeks of 5K races from Detroit to the Upper Peninsula.
“[Attorney General Dana Nessel] has the opportunity to be our hero,” said mom and Mothering Justice activist Aisha Wells.
If you have a feeling these storms have something to do with climate change, you'd be right.