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Michigan State's Miles Bridges to announce decision to stay or go into the NBA.

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The Lansing city council rescinded its week old "sanctuary city" status by a vote of 5-2.


Jamie Paisley

The Wharton Center welcomes a rarity to its stage this week: A national tour, not of a musical, but of a play. WKAR’s Jamie Paisley explores this Curious Incident.


Detroit church to give free fuel on Good Friday.

Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy

Western Michigan University picks Georgetown dean Edward B. Montgomery as leader. He served as President Obama's auto-recovery czar.

Current Sports | April 12, 2017

Apr 12, 2017
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Danton Cole; MSU Hockey; Matt Essell; Holt High School; Mid-Michigan High School Basketball; Miles Bridges.


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ACLU objects to transgender bathroom rule in Jenison schools

Russ White

Food for Thought is a show about starting or changing the conversation about hunger and food security within the state of Michigan,” Phillip Knight tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. “We believe we can be the first state in the entire U.S. to solve hunger.”


Michigan prescribers get new drug monitoring system

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Group files FOIA suit for emails of Michigan AG, staffers

Sen. Stabenow Wants Federal Agencies to "Buy USA"

Apr 11, 2017
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U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan proposes a plan to close loopholes that allow federal agencies to buy products outside of America. 


MSU Names Danton Cole Head Hockey Coach

Apr 11, 2017
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Michigan State University named gold medalist and Lansing native Danton Cole the new head coach of its hockey team. 


Current Sports | April 11, 2017

Apr 11, 2017
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Final Game at the Palace of Auburn Hills; Farewell Season; Moe Wagner; DJ Wilson; NBA Draft Class; Mateen Cleaves.


Guillermo Lopez photo
Scott Pohl

Following Lansing Board of Education member Peter Spadafore’s announcement that he’s running for an at-large seat on the city council, a school board colleague is now joining him in the race. Guillermo Lopez was first elected to the school board in 2001.


Lansing Adds Meeting to Vote on Sanctuary City Status

Apr 11, 2017
Lansing city council photo
Courtesy / City of Lansing

On Wednesday night, city council will revisit its decision to declare Lansing to be a "sanctuary city."

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