Kevin Lavery has been news director at WKAR since September 2006.
Just prior to coming to WKAR as news director, Lavery was a reporter at KWMU in St. Louis, Missouri, covering local politics, government, and biotechnology issues.
Lavery's journalism career began in the Navy. He studied journalism at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana; worked as news director and television producer for American Forces Network-Japan; and served in Antarctica as radio program director at the McMurdo Station Research Facility on Ross Island.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer has formally dedicated a state office building with a new name that honors two civil rights pioneers.The former Lewis Cass…
A small group of students attends Eastern Flex Academy in Lansing, Mich., which is designed to accommodate part-time job schedules, internships and even family responsibilities.
As most students at the school are leaving, a second wave trickles in. They're part of a public school experiment: evening classes. The flex students are on the same track as their daytime peers.
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