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Current Sports | February 9, 2018

Feb 9, 2018
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Michigan State Women's Basketball; Michigan State Men's Basketball; Purdue; Michigan State Football; Craig Evans; Madre London; Michigan State Hockey; Jason Ruff


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Plans are moving forward on a tunnel in Ann Arbor to improve access to riverfront recreation areas and curb flooding.

The Michigan Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether schools can legally ban guns. As we hear from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta, the lawsuits were filed by gun rights groups.  


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Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor joined WKAR's Brooke Allen for "Mondays with the Mayor" on December 11th. 


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A southeastern Michigan city is organizing a solar energy open house and tour of a solar-powered church to encourage more organizations to go solar.

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Plans are being detailed for Ann Arbor's expanded 2018 deer hunt as part of the city's ongoing deer management efforts.

Michigan Radio

A federal lawsuit alleges that Ann Arbor imposed forced labor on 3,000 residents by requiring home owners to maintain mandatory sump pumps in the southeast Michigan city.

Some Michigan schools are working to reduce the use of suspensions and expulsions after being cited by the state for using the disciplinary measures on special education students of color more frequently than other groups.

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This weekend, the New York Philharmonic is again in residency in Ann Arbor brought about by the University Musical Society. WKAR’s Jamie Paisley has more with UMS President, Matthew VanBesien and Maestro Leonard Slatkin.


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For the first time, Michigan will open special lanes on highway median shoulders to ease traffic congestion caused by rush hour or crashes.

VA building
Courtesy / VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System

Investigators say a man died at a VA hospital in Michigan after a nurse mistakenly believed he didn't want to be resuscitated in case of an emergency.

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Protesters are rallying around a 16-year-old boy who was pushed to the ground when arrested at a bus station in Ann Arbor.

US Dept. of Transportation

U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is expected to announce updated safety guidelines for self-driving vehicles Tuesday during a visit to a Michigan vehicle testing facility.

Jesse Meria

2017 marks the 138th year of the University Musical Society in Ann Arbor, but it’s also Year One for its new President, Matthew VanBesien. WKAR’s Jamie Paisley spoke with him earlier this week as the UMS season is about to kick-off.


PBS NewsHour

Innovation Arts and Entertainment, an industry leader in the field of producing intelligent live entertainment programming, is proud to be producing eight cities for Hillary Rodham Clinton’s fall tour of North America. 

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