David Bailey, WZZM 13 On Your Side

David Bailey

WZZM 13 On Your Side

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

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Past articles by David:

Former operator of Lowell biodigester working on new project

Greg Northrup, who spearheaded the biodigester's development and operations for his company Lowell Energy AD is now organizing a project in Sumner County, Kansas south of Wichita. → Read More

'Eyesore' Muskegon Schools go unsold at public auction

Over the last few years, little to no development happened at the schools and property taxes were not paid in time leading to a tax foreclosure. → Read More

Two new polls show Whitmer surging in governor's race over Schuette

Polls done by two different entities show Whitmer has a strong lead on Schuette. → Read More

Two former Muskegon schools, now eyesores, headed for auction

The properties are being sold together at a minimum bid of $85,250. → Read More

New flight schedule could help Muskegon Airport end taxpayer funding

The strategy is to give people along the lakeshore a much quicker, convenient option to get to where they need to go via United Airlines. → Read More

A second Chick-fil-A surprise! Another baby born at restaurant

West Michigan native Marcie Masselink was on her way to the hospital when she began having severe contractions and she knew she was in labor. → Read More

Democrats, Schuette spar over 'Healthy Michigan' program

Democrats have been highly critical of Gov. Snyder and Republicans in the Michigan Legislature for approving a measure earlier this year that would tie work requirements to the Healthy Michigan program. → Read More

Democrats allege corruption in Snyder administration for PFAS water contamination

Senate Minority Leader Jim Ananich (D-Flint) compared the issues in Parchment and Cooper Township to Flint's water situation and said government leaders let people down in those communities. → Read More

Bernie Sanders endorses Abdul El-Sayed for Michigan governor

Sanders won one of the biggest political upsets in Michigan history in the 2016 Michigan Presidential primary and is known to be a "key progressive standard-bearer nationwide" → Read More

New poll shows Republican U.S. Senate primary hopefuls tied

The Emerson poll found both James and Pensler down nearly 20 points against Stabenow in hypothetical matchups. → Read More

New poll shows Whitmer, Schuette likely to win in Michigan primary

In a hypothetical matchup, Whitmer is ahead of Schuette by 7 points with a margin of error at 4 percent. That makes Whitmer the one to beat in November at this juncture of the campaign. → Read More

Michigan approval ratings: 2014 Obama and 2018 Trump nearly the same

In 2014, Obama's approval rating was at 45 percent in Michigan, and Donald Trump's is at 44 percent. → Read More

Twins are split again as each refuses to endorse the other for election

But the twist is, the identical twins, are running on different platforms for different political parties. → Read More

Whitmer tweets about flat tires and busted windshields

Including all of her staff members vehicles, with all the miles they have driven over more than a year's time, Gretchen Whitmer's team has had a grand total of a dozen flat tires and 13 busted windshields. → Read More

Gov. Candidate Schuette fires back at critics on Virgin Islands deals

Other Republicans, like Schuette's counterpart in the primary Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley, say Schuette should be criminally charged for misusing state resources. → Read More

Hundreds of yard signs confiscated by crews and will be trashed

Leaders at the Kent County Road Commission are imploring politicians and really anybody else who puts yard signs near roads to adhere to the rules to make sure the signs don't cause an accident. → Read More

National group says Michigan needs early voting opportunity

The report from the Center for American Progress found that Michigan could boost voter turnout by more than 235,000 "if the state adopted new policies to reduce barriers and make voting more convenient". → Read More

Sen. Colbeck predicts he'll pull off major upset in primary election

Colbeck is considered Michigan's most conservative Republican candidate for Governor for many different reasons. → Read More

Whitmer's use of 'damn roads:' Aggressive and allowable

There have been several attempts over the years to complain about the usage of "damn" to the FCC, but in every circumstance, the government said it was protected as free speech. → Read More

Schuette, Whitmer pull ahead in race for Governor

Whitmer is at 40 percent in the MIRS poll while Thanedar has 19 percent. → Read More