Ken Evans is the latest addition to the Mix 95.7 fam and he’s so excited to be back and talking to YOU, weekdays 3-7p. Ken’s been a fixture in West Michigan radio for nearly 20 years and has loved GR from the moment he got here. “I’m incredibly lucky to not only to be a part of one of Grand Rapids’ most popular stations, but I get to work with Fish, Christine, and so many talented people that are here to serve West Michigan. They also promised a steady flow of bourbon, so that’s cool too.” Ken loves hanging out with his wife & son (especially at Oval Beach), checking out West Michigan’s beer scene, hunting, and dropping a few bucks at Gun Lake Casino now and then. If you’re at the blackjack table with Ken, please don’t hit on the bust cards. Ken has been heavily involved in the West Michigan philanthropic community for years. After watching his mother fight off two different types of cancer, but then succumb to the complications from her treatments, he became heavily involved in raising funds for Van Andel Institute’s Purple Community. He currently serves on the board as Marketing Chair to help in the fight against cancer and Parkinson’s disease. If you see Ken out and about, feel free to say hi, and he always loves an IPA, especially a Mad Hatter from New Holland. ;)
Will Season Two of Peacock Streaming Series ‘Dr. Death’ Be Set In Michigan?
the new Dr. Death miniseries has been a binge-able look inside the story of Texas doctor, Dr. Christopher Duntsch, who maimed or killed numerous patients before finally being sent to prison in 2017. Fans of the show can't seem to get enough and are wondering if a second season is in the cards …
Governor Whitmer: Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead To Banned Abortions In Michigan
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer released a statement to the media today in the wake of the new abortion law in Texas that makes bans all abortions in the state after about six weeks of pregnancy.
Have A Power Outage Horror Story? The Michigan Attorney General Wants To Hear From You.
Two weeks ago storms rolled across West Michigan and across the state leaving hundreds of thousands of residents without power. Some for over a week. Now the Michigan Attorney General wants to hear your stories.
MDHHS: More Positive Covid-19 Cases At Faster Horses, Unvaxxed Should Get Tested
The country music festival Faster Horses was not immune from Covid-19 cases, and that's prompting a warning from the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
DNR: Michigan Abolishing Antlerless Deer License Lottery In Favor Of ‘Universal’ Tag
Today the Michigan DNR announced that most Michigan Hunters for the 2021 season will NOT need to apply for an antlerless license as in years past. The introduction of the 'Universal Antlerless License' will allow hunters to harvest does and antlerless males across nearly the entire state t…
West Michigan Woman One Of Michigan’s Vaccine Lottery Winners
Today the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services along with Governor Whitmer announced the first four winners in the MIShotToWin.com sweepstakes. West Michigan's Larita Lee of Wyoming was one of the $50,000 winners.
Michigan Unemployed May Be Asked to Pay Back Federal Benefits
Nearly 650,000 residents in Michigan who've received unemployment benefits with the federal bonus may be asked to pay them back. This is due to a state error that caused "unapproved qualification criteria".
How To Get Lions Tickets As Ford Field Opens Up Capacity to 100%
It was announced today that Ford Field will be returning to 100% capacity for the Detroit Lions 2021-2022 NFL season.
Over Half A Million People Have Entered The Michigan Vaccine Lottery In One Day
In less than 24 hours after the Michigan vaccine lottery was announced, nearly 500,000 people in Michigan have registered to win the cash prizes valued up to $2 million.
Michigan DNR Cracking Down On Drunk Boaters With Operation Dry Water Weekend
This weekend as thousands of Michiganders hit the lakes and waterways for the 4th of July weekend, they'll have company as Michigan DNR officers will be out in force to crack down on those who are boating drunk.