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Kyle Davidson

Kyle Davidson

Kyle Davidson covers state government alongside health care, business and the environment. A graduate of Michigan State University, Kyle studied journalism and political science. He previously covered community events, breaking news, state policy and the environment for outlets including the Lansing State Journal, the Detroit Free Press and Capital News Service.

Trump rails against legal charges, caters to global manufacturing fears during Michigan visit

By: - February 18, 2024

Hundreds of people packed into a hangar in Waterford Township in Oakland County on Saturday as the former president took shots at President Joe Biden, spoke out against clean energy, electric vehicles, and continued to tout false claims that the 2020 election had been stolen, which have been repeatedly disproven. 

UAW reaches tentative pact with General Motors, the last Detroit Three holdout

By: and - October 30, 2023

The announcement follows previous UAW tentative pacts with the other Detroit Three automakers, Ford Motor Co. and Stellantis.

UAW head says union has ‘cards left to play’ as Detroit Three negotiations continue

By: - October 22, 2023

The Detroit Three have touted “record offers” to the union. UAW President Shawn Fain said they’ve come at the end of decades of record decline for members.

UAW head says GM has committed to a ‘just transition’ for engine workers 

By: and - October 7, 2023

Three weeks into the United Auto Workers (UAW) strike, UAW President Shawn Fain announced a “transformative win,” on a Friday livestream, with General Motors agreeing to place its battery manufacturers under the master agreement with the union. Before going on the livestream on social media — which was scheduled to begin at 2 p.m., but […]

UAW president sets new deadline for automakers, promising more strikes

By: - September 19, 2023

Shawn Fain, president of the United Auto Workers union (UAW), on Monday night announced that more locations may be called to join the union’s strike on Friday. The UAW declared a historic strike against all three members of the Big Three automakers at midnight Thursday, after contracts expired with Ford, General Motors and Stellantis. Fetterman […]