Bryce Huffman is Michigan Radio’s West Michigan Reporter. Huffman has been serving as a reporter for Michigan Radio since Fall 2016.
He has covered a variety of Michigan stories, including immigrants facing deportation, residents dealing with ongoing groundwater contamination, and tension between the black community and Grand Rapids police.
A Detroit native, Huffman graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in Journalism. He joined Michigan Radio as a newsroom intern in May 2016.
Contributions from Bryce Huffman
- Grand Rapids to open an academy of tourism and hospitality management for teens
Grand Rapids wants to get more young people of color to consider working in the hospitality and tourism industry. So the city’s public school system is opening an academy that focuses on this field. T …
- Democrats argue Schuette is moving too slowly to sue 3M over PFAS
Has Attorney General Bill Schuette done enough to fight PFAS contamination in Michigan? Some people don’t think so. Tracy Breihof, a Belmont resident who lives near the Wolverine Worldwide House Stree …
- GRPS teacher under investigation for allegedly assaulting an 8-year-old student
Grand Rapids Public Schools is investigating a teacher who allegedly assaulted an eight-year-old student. This is the second time Robert Spaeth has been accused of physically hurting a student.
- Residents and local officials urge faster federal action on PFAS at EPA meeting in Kalamazoo
Officials from the EPA, the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services met in Kalamazoo to discuss PFAS chemicals, but only a handful of selected speakers …
- PFAS: How much do residents trust state officials?
UPDATE: This story was updated at 3:53 p.m. This week, the Environment Report is looking at industrial chemicals called per- and polyfluoralkyl substances – or PFAS. People all over Michigan have ques …