I've been working in Lansing radio for the better part of 3 years now, working and studying under some of the big names in Lansing radio history. I graduated from Specs Howard School of Media arts back in the summer of 2018, and soon took on my job here at TSM a month before graduation even happened.
Lansing’s City Hall & City Buildings Will Remained Closed Until Further Notice
In hopes to stop the spread of COVID-19, Mayor Andy Schor announced that Lansing's City Hall and other city facilities will be closed until further notice.
The 2021 National Math and Reading Tests Postponed
Federal officials are saying that the test used to test what US students know, is being pushed back to 2022.
Free Metered-Parking In The City Of Lansing For The Rest Of 2020
Probably the best news you've heard all year, right? Free parking.
Is It Time For Michigan To Lock Down Again?
Michigan has hit an all-time high with the number of COVID-19 cases that have been documented over the past two months.
Fact Check: Voting With Sharpies At The Polls
We've seen the rounds on social media and the conspiracy about using a sharpie while voting, right?
Kanye West Announces He Voted For Himself
You may not have voted for yourself, but he did.
Road Work: I-96 ramp to EB I-496 Closure
We're getting ready for winter, and before we can do that, MDOT has got to get some construction done.
Waverly Schools Goes Online Through January 2021
It was announced on Tuesday by the Waverly Board of Education, that online learning would remain the primary mode of instruction through January 22nd of 2021.
St. Johns Doing A Halloween Candy Cruise This Year
Looking to take your kids trick or treating this year? Well, it's been a year, right? Trick or treating sounds like it will not be the same for a while.
Jackson County Courthouse To Close After Positive COVID-19 Test
On Thursday, the Jackson County Courthouse closed its doors after a person in public services tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, October 21st