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Serving Up Science

All about food: where it comes from and how it impacts our health and our planet

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Miss Michigan is ready to pass on the crown after spending a year promoting arts education at schools throughout the state.

Off the Record | June 15, 2018

Jun 14, 2018

Topic: Lawmakers finish budget. Guest: Scott Greenlee, Anti-Pot Coalition. 

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The federal government is considering another attempt to drop legal protections for gray wolves across the lower 48 states, reopening a lengthy battle over the predator species.

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Michigan on Thursday began enforcing the nation's strictest rules for lead in drinking water, a plan that eventually will result in replacing all 500,000 lead service pipes statewide in the wake of the contamination of Flint's supply.

Current Sports | June 14, 2018

Jun 14, 2018
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NCAA Transfer Rule Changes; Nick Saban; DeAndre Carter;


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A federal agency has approved $1.25 million in funding to help Michigan improve its shooting ranges.

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Police in Ann Arbor say they're treating the death of a retired chemistry professor as a homicide.

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Police say a construction worker was fatally struck by an SUV on Interstate 75 in downtown Detroit.

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Emails show the interim president of Michigan State University criticized lawyers who represent Larry Nassar's assault victims and said a former gymnast was probably was getting a "kickback" from her attorney.

Groesbeck Golf Course sign and club house.
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A bill has been passed in the Michigan House and Senate that will allow the City of Lansing to charge nonresidents more than residents for use of Groesbeck Golf Course. Katie Cook reports.

 

 


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Updated at 12:10 p.m. ET

The U.S. Supreme Court essentially punted on extreme partisan gerrymandering Monday, declining to address the central questions at the heart of whether the practice is constitutional.

The court took up two cases, one out of Wisconsin and one out of Maryland, with lines drawn by both parties.

It declared that the plaintiffs in Wisconsin don't have standing to sue, because they didn't try to prove that their vote had been diluted in their own district.

Updated at 12:20 p.m. ET

Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong took ownership of the Los Angeles Times in style with a full-page note to his readers and his new employees on Sunday.

Soon-Shiong bought the newspaper from its former corporate owners, the Chicago-based Tronc newspaper company. NPR spoke to Soon-Shiong about his ambitions for the newspaper.

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Ron Hendrick is dean of Michigan State University’s renowned College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. He’s a two-time graduate of the college, and he grew up in Jackson, Mich.

“But I didn’t come back out of a sense of sentiment,” he says on MSU Today. “I came back because of the opportunities I saw in the college and the university. We are a world leader in what we do related to food, agriculture and natural resources.”


Russ White

Michigan State University is opening an award-winning global art and science initiative in Detroit on June 16 with a theme that pays homage to the city’s reputation and residents: HUSTLE.


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The Great British Baking Show | New Season!

Jun 16, 2018
Sue Perkins, Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood and Mel Giedroyc
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Fri. Jun. 22, 9pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | The delectable baking competition that has grown into a beloved international phenomenon, returns for a fifth season this summer, premiering Fridays at 9pm beginning June 22.

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New WKAR-TV antenna atop the 1000-foot broadcast tower near Okemos.
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EAST LANSING, MI; June 5, 2018​ -- WKAR Public Media announced today that WKAR-TV is now broadcasting on a new frequency, as required by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Viewers who receive television free, over the air using an antenna, need to rescan their TV tuners to continue watching the PBS-affiliated station from Michigan State University. 

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Sat. Jun. 23, 12pm-1pm at Howell High School | Meet the cast of the WKAR original show Curious Crew with Dr. Rob Stephenson!

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