Great Lakes Echo

Great Lakes Echo is produced by the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University. We foster and serve a news community defined by proximity to and interest in the environment of the Great Lakes watershed. We use traditional reporting methods and push the frontiers of journalism while remaining rooted in the values of accuracy and fairness and while harnessing the knowledge, interests, skills and energy of that community.

Source: Great Lakes Echo

Posted on: August 28, 2016

Capital News Service

Capital News Service reporters cover state government — issues and personalities. Covering stories of meaning to their member papers, they come in contact with the important newsmakers of the day, from the Supreme Court justices and the governor to members of the Legislature and the people who run the state government departments, to lobbyists and public-interest organizations. Then they also talk with “real people” — the individual citizens and businesses in communities to get their reactions to what’s happening in Lansing.

Source: Capital News Service

Posted on: August 28, 2016