Scott Pohl

News Reporter and Host

Scott Pohl is a general assignment news reporter and produces news features and interviews for Current State. He's also an alternate local host on NPR's "Morning Edition."

Scott has been working for WKAR since 1984. Previously, he was employed by the Michigan News Network, WFMK, WKHM in Jackson and WALM in Albion.

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Back in the days of hippie clashes with police over the war in Vietnam, the two sides met on the gridiron in games that were dubbed the Bull Bowl. Current State’s Scott Pohl talks with two men who played in the Pigs vs. the Freaks football games.

Melissa in Studio
Stacy Hoxsey / WKAR-MSU

Today was "Morning Edition" host Melissa Benmark's last day at WKAR, and her friends and colleagues send her off with this retrospective.

Kate Peterson photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR

The Women In the Arts Festival returns to East Lansing this weekend. Our Live Music Friday guest is Kate Peterson. The singer-songwriter is also an organizer of the festival.

A new book from Pulitzer Prize winner David Maraniss explores all that was right with Detroit in 1963. It’s called “Once a Great City.” He talks with Current State’s Scott Pohl.

Memorial Stadium photo
Ken Lund / flickr creative commons

The MSU football team lost at Nebraska Saturday night, 39-38. Officiating in the game was controversial. The Spartans still cling to a shot at winning a Big Ten Championship after suffering their first loss of the season. Current State talks with sportswriter Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press.