Abigail Censky

Politics/Government Reporter

Abigail Censky is the Politics & Government reporter at WKAR.

Abigail joined WKAR in December 2018.

Prior to joining WKAR, Abigail served as news intern at St. Louis Public Radio, covering the Missouri 2018 midterm elections; and covered Colorado politics as a reporter with the Colorado Springs Gazette.

Abigail Censky has a bachelor's degree from Colorado College.

Rep. Slotkin Donating Salary During Shutdown

Jan 4, 2019
Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin faced consituents for the first time Wednesday after announcing she now backs an impeachment inquiry.
Amanda Barberena / WKAR-MSU

Rep. Elissa Slotkin announced Friday that she will donate her salary during the federal government shutdown.

UPDATED at 4:30 p.m.: Crowds braved overcast and wintry weather to see Gretchen Whitmer inaugurated as Michigan’s forty-ninth Governor.


Some late breaking MSU & Statehouse news. Plus a look back at some of our more memorable stories from 2018. 


MSU sign
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

A report released Friday from the independent special counsel investigating Michigan State University’s handling of the Larry Nassar case accuses the school of being intentionally uncooperative. 


The Michigan State  University Board of Trustees held its first meeting since the controversial decision to cut the Healing Assistance Fund. The fund earmarked $10 million for survivors of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse to allow them to access counseling and mental health services. 


Marijuana in Michigan is in flux this week. 


Abigail Censky
Abigail Censky / Twitter

WKAR News is expanding its political and government reporting in mid-Michigan with the addition of Abigail Censky. 


Current State for Dec. 8-9, 2018

Dec 7, 2018

On this week's Current State - lame duck in the Michigan legislature: protection or power grab? Plus, mayor Karen Weaver of Flint updates us on pipeline replacement & what's next. Smoking is on the decline, except e-cigarettes. And meet WKAR's newest reporter!


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