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Meymo Lyons

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Meymo Lyons brings 27 years of experience in broadcast news to WAMU 88.5. Meymo served 8 years as news director, anchor, and reporter at radio station WITL in Lansing Mich., where she earned The Associated Press "Top Ten Contributor" award for seven consecutive years. The station earned more than 40 awards from the AP and Michigan Association of Broadcasters under Lyons' leadership. Most recently, Lyons was the assignments editor at WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids, Mich., and before that the managing editor at WILX-TV in Lansing, Mich. Lyons served 13 years as a member of The Associated Press Association of Michigan, and was president of the board for five years.


Articles Written by Meymo Lyons

The Environmental Protection Agency is taking its plan to restore the Chesapeake Bay to Richmond. The public meeting this evening at the University of Richmond is one in a series scheduled in Virginia by the agency, which plans to put the bay on a "pollution diet."At a mee...
The Prince George's County Council is holding a public hearing tonight on a new transportation plan. Prince George's County is adding some more transit to its 171 page master plan including a Purple Line from New Carrollton to Westphalia and National Harbor and a Green Line extension to Fort Meade via Konterra. The plan is in line with the county's overall growth policy, which has sta...
A sixth person who worked at the State Department has pleaded guilty to sneaking a peek at celebrity passport files. Karal Busch admitted her curiosity got the best of her when she looked at more than 64 passport applications submitted by famous Americans. The files contain a photo of the applicant and personal information protected by federal privacy laws. State Department employees ...
A former surgical resident has sued Johns Hopkins Hospital, saying he was fired for refusing to lie on a survey that could have damaged the hospital's reputation.Dr. Oscar Serrano claims that surgical residents were coached on how to respond to a survey by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. He says he refused to go along with the coached answers and was f...
Virginia's House speaker is calling for an ethics investigation into an influential fellow Republican. Speaker William Howell asked the House Ethics Advisory Panel to investigate whether Del. Phillip Hamilton violated laws concerning conflicts of interest when he asked for a job at the Old Dominion University center a few months before using his position to direct $500,000 toward its ...
The Environmental Protection Agency says it's putting the Chesapeake Bay on a pollution diet. The federal agency used the Twitter social networking site to ''tweet'' the message to its followers on the site. The message tells followers to ''See our new Web site about the Chesapeake Bay's innovative TMDL ''pollution diet.'' TMDL stands for total maximum daily loads, the limits it is de...