Most Active Stories
The sports you care about from all over mid-Michigan. Going beyond the Xs and Os. 10p Thursdays. Live tapings Wednesdays at WKAR.
Weekdays 9am & 6pm on 90.5 | noon on AM870 Mid-Michigan’s news destination for the informed, the caring and the curious.
Weekly coverage of Michigan government and politics with senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.
Students from mid-Michigan high schools compete in a fast-paced question and game.
Current Sports with Al Martin -- the sports you care about from all over mid-Michigan. Going beyond the Xs and Os each and every weekday.
Music made in Michigan. Full episodes, broadcast schedule, series news.
2pm-4pm Fridays on 90.5 WKAR Featuring the latest classical recordings from around the globe, across the country and here in mid-Michigan.
Monthly live broadcast from Cook Recital Hall on the campus of Michigan State University, featuring performances by MSU College of Music faculty.
The ride-sharing company called Uber is coming to the Lansing area. An announcement is expected today, which comes on the heels of a new regional...
Pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian groups are holding events across Michigan to offer their perspectives on the conflict in Gaza.
A state elections board will decide Thursday whether to certify petitions to initiate two new state laws.
Al has Michigan State men's and women's soccer and Lansing United beat reporter for Impact Sports, Brooks Laimbeer, on to discuss Lansing United...
An appeals court ruling Tuesday out of Washington DC could jeopardize tax subsidies that help nearly a ¼ million Michiganders buy health coverage.
Latest from NPR
- A Simple Way To Reduce Stroke Risk: Take Your Pulse An irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation is a big cause of stroke, especially for people who have recently had a stroke. But it's not...
- Gaza Conflict Day 17: Here's What You Need To Know The Federal Aviation Administration is now allowing American flights in and out Israel. If you remember, the FAA banned flights to Ben Gurion Airport...
Military Dogs' Advocates Say The Canines Aren't Pets — They're Vets
With New Safety Measures, Nuclear Reactors May Reopen In Japan
New Rules Proposed For Oil-Carrying Trains In Wake Of Fiery Crashes