Missed West Michigan's Morning news this morning? No worries! You can read all about it here:
6:37am: Brian Wheeler, Senior Public Information Director, Consumers Energy. An incorrect story was reported that Consumers was buying a nuclear power plant in Michigan. Brian will help us set the recored straight and give us the latest on possible damaging storms moving through West Michigan.
7:07am: Curt Benson, law professor. Just when you thought the story of former representative Cindy Gramrat had gone away...she's now suing for back pay, distress and humiliation. Gamrat says she agreed to be centured, not removed. Just what is she looking for and how strong is her case?
7:37am: Dan Dickerson, Tigers Tuesday. The Tigers' season is off to a great start on WOOD Radio. Dan will talk about the team and we'll tell you how to win tickets to Thursday's game at Comerica Park.
8:07am: Simon Owen, Fox News Radio, London. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson looks to pressure Russia to reconsider Assad support after airstrikes and in the light of the G7 summit. How will Tillerson be received? What sort of support does he have?
8:37am: Rachel Sutherland, Fox News Radio, Washington D.C. President Trump is reportedly rethinking tax plans. What sort of changes is he looking at? Why is he reconsidering things in the first place? Is the administration really back at square one because of the health care failure?