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The sports you care about from all over mid-Michigan. Going beyond the Xs and Os. 10p Thursdays. Live tapings Wednesdays at WKAR.
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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.
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Monthly live broadcast from Cook Recital Hall on the campus of Michigan State University, featuring performances by MSU College of Music faculty.
Michigan prison officials need to do more to make sure inmates have access to education programs.
Al talks about Braxton Miller, York being dismissed from U of M, Eddie Drummond and everyone's favorite NFL player, Johnny Manziel.
Governor Rick Snyder and Michigan’s congressional delegation are teaming up to push for federal help for flood victims.
Senator Stabenow, "greening" in sports, Michigan's wild hog problem
Governor Rick Snyder says the need for increased funding for roads was underpinned this week by massive flooding in and around Detroit.
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