Kyle Kaminski is an award-winning investigative journalist with more than a decade of experience covering news across Michigan. Prior to joining The ‘Gander, Kyle worked as the managing editor at City Pulse in Lansing and as a reporter for the Traverse City Record-Eagle.
More than 80% of Michigan’s charter schools are operated by for-profit management firms, which aren’t subject to Michigan’s open records laws, meaning there’s little transparency about how they spend public dollars. Sen. Rosemary Bayer (D-Beverly Hills) hopes to change that.
During a visit to Michigan this week, President Joe Biden became the first president in history to stand in solidarity with striking workers. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is stopping by a non-union parts shop about 20 miles from the nearest United Auto Workers picket line.
The United Auto Workers is expanding its strike to 38 automotive parts distribution centers across 20 states—including 13 locations in Michigan—as contract negotiations with Stellantis and General Motors stagnate.
A lucrative new industry is quietly thriving in what was once the heart of Michigan’s Copper Country—and only one pioneering pot shop has been there since the beginning. HOUGHTON—Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is cherished for its stunning landscapes and rugged, untamed wilderness. It’s a timeless, 16,000-square-mile paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and a haven for those seeking...
After spending much of his presidency undermining labor unions, Donald Trump is coming to Michigan to try to win support from striking autoworkers. But union leaders and workers aren’t buying what the ex-president is trying to sell them.