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A major announcement from GM is forthcoming. $1 billion in company investment is planned.

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Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

Kettering's new vehicle and mobility systems development proving ground will open in the spring.


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Auto makers look to past for concept car inspiration

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A California shoe company has recalled a boot after a customer discovered the sole left tiny swastika prints behind.

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General Motors is evaluating a year-old car-sharing program. WKAR's Scott Pohl talks with executive director of urban mobility Peter Kosak about Maven.


Michigan shows economic growth

The Environmental Protection Agency said Fiat Chrysler violated the Clean Air Act by allegedly installing and failing to disclose software in some 104,000 cars and trucks that alters emissions.

The automaker was required by law to disclose the software to regulators during the certification process but did not do so, the EPA announced Thursday. While the agency is still investigating the nature of these devices, it said the software results in increased emissions of nitrogen oxides.

Chevy Traverse photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR-MSU

General Motors has taken the wraps off the updated Chevy Traverse. WKAR's Scott Pohl went to the Detroit Auto Show for a look.


food co-op interior
Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

After 40 years in business, the East Lansing Food Co-Op is closing its doors.  The customer-owned enterprise is losing money to bigger competitors.  But the little store is hoping for a big comeback someday. 


Henry Kwok in his restaurant
Jamie Paisley / WKAR-MSU

This weekend, many stores and restaurants will be closed for Christmas. But there is one group of businesses who thrive when most everyone else takes the day off.


Koelling with rows of live trees
Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

Tannenbaum Farms in Mason has been a fixture in mid-Michigan for 40 years. Current State’s Kevin Lavery talks with co-owner Mel Koelling about this year’s tree harvest.


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A Detroit non-profit is getting national attention with the innovative way they are caring for and employing the homeless. We find out about The Empowerment Plan.


Wayne Sieloff photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR

There’s a new CEO at Lansing’s Capital Region International Airport. We talk with Wayne Sieloff about his plans.


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Current State talks with general manager Emily Gray of Gracie's Contemporary Bistro in Williamston, which has undergone a recent transformation.


I-T insider: Lansing area has lots of jobs

Nov 2, 2016
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Scott Pohl / WKAR

Information Technology insiders say the Lansing area has hundreds of IT jobs that need filling. Current State talks about careers in IT with Andrea Ragan of the Capital Area IT Council.


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