Nathan Vandenburg is a Mid-Michigan native, from Stockbridge Michigan. Nathan has been doing radio in Mid-Michigan since 2016 and graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts in 2018.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visited Michigan State University in 1965
The man who sparked a revolution in our nation's history made a stop at the campus of Michigan State University in February of 1965.
Fewer Americans Think Vaccinating Their Child Is Important
A new poll that was released from the Gallup Poll, shows that fewer Americans believe in vaccinating their children.
Powerade Unveils New Drink
This is the first new drink that Powerade has released in more than a decade.
Mystery Illness Going Around At MSU
Michigan State University staff and students are getting sick, and officials cannot figure out what is being passed around
Pier 1 Imports Lansing Location Closing
Lansing is losing another business, but only one location at this time.
Road Closures In Mid-Michigan Due To Flooding
We've got a list of roads that have been closed off due to rising waters and flooding here in the Lansing/Mid-Michigan area.
Hacked Kentucky Road Sign Asked For Nudes
Seems like it isn't just Florida we have to watch for anymore. Kentucky was up to something as well on on Highway 92.
Suicide Rates Drop With Wage Increase
According to a new study that Emory University released, raising the minimum wage dropped suicide rates by around 6%.
New Study Shows Tea Drinkers Live Longer
A new study coming out of China is suggesting that people who drink tea may actually live longer.
Tehran Fires At Iraqi Base Housing US Troops
The Iran state TV just released news that the Tehran has launched "tens" of surface-to-surface missiles, directed at the Iraq’s Ain Assad air base which was housing U.S. troops.