Today on Segment 16, the guys cover a lot of ground. Including the confusion in the room about the movie and the character Rudy. From the movie. Wait, you didn't see it, either? You had to have. Come on...you know, Rudy!
Today on Segment 16, most of the guys talk about some water-related fun. There's a new floating water park opening up...um...somewhere, there's Michigan Adventure, and of course, just floating down the Muskegon.
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about some news about the Nestle factory where they bottle water in Michigan. They'd made a request to increase their water consumption, and they were denied. Should we benefit from a company's MASSIVE consumption of our natural resources?
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about the state piping our Great Lakes water to states like Arizona. They want the water sold like oil. There's a reason why we have water, and Arizona doesn't. Deal with it.
Summer is a great time of the year to enjoy West Michigan. The problem is sometimes work gets in the way of summer fun. Here are some summer job opportunities which can help you enjoy more of summer in West Michigan.
Today on Segment 16, the guys read an email from a VIP who wants to send the guys some treats from her new home in Virginia. She's also bought front row tickets to the Grand Rapids Live at Night show, and is driving with her husband, 5-month-old, and dog, just to see the show!
Today on Segment 16, the guys talk about a photo posted today of a man standing on amazingly clear ice covering a lake. It almost seems like a fake photo, that ice is so clear. But there's science behind it. See the photo below, it's crazy!
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out some news stories. First up, the attorney general is going after officials involved in the Flint water crisis, and looking to get them on felony charges. This could mean 20 years in prison.
Waukesha, Wisc. is in the Mississippi River basin. The city needs clean water and has requested 8.2 million gallons of water per day from the Great Lakes basin. Should Waukesha be given permission to divert water from Lake Michigan?