This week on Current State: WKAR-TV's new 24/7 children's programming channel; Sarah Chang and the Prague Philharmonic come to East Lansing; GM's car sharing project, Maven; WLNS-TV news anchor Jane Aldrich leaves the anchor desk; and live music with the Arlene McDaniel Quartet.
Today on Current State: Retiring Ingham County Sheriff Gene Wriggelsworth; Allan Ross of the Lansing City Pulse discusses Lansing's restaurant scene; Neighbors in Action: Mother Teresa House of Lansing; and reporter Carol Cain describes her recent ride in a driverless car.
Today on Current State: A new program in Pinckney Community Schools aims to teach high schoolers about cyber security; bluegrass legend Joe Newberry performs in Lansing; Great Lakes Year in Review with reporter Gary Wilson; and WKAR's Jamie Paisley watches movies for 24 straight hours at Butt-Numb-A-Thon.
Today on Current State: A $10-million gift to the MSU College of Engineering will fund the study of evolution in action; Kevin Massey of the cast of "A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder," at the Wharton Center this week; Lansing Board of Water and Light General Manager Dick Peffley tells us about replacing the last lead water service line in their system this week; and Current Sports host Al Martin discusses another Detroit Lions victory.
Today on Current State: State Rep. Sam Singh discusses proposals being considered by the lame duck legislature; the Festival of Trees at Lansing's Turner-Dodge House; and Live Music Friday with Twyla Birdsong.
Today on Current State: We discuss holiday season grief with Lansing Area Hospice counselor Rev. Kris Abbey and a woman approaching the first anniversary of her husband's death; the Christmas tree business with Mel Koelling of Tannenbaum Farms; coats that convert into sleeping bags for homeless people in Detroit; and a preview of this weekend's Lansing Symphony Holiday Pops concert.
Today on Current State: Mike Nystrom of the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association discusses the state's multi-billion dollar infrastructure needs; remembering Charlotte's Pearl Harbor Hero Francis Flaherty; Neighbors in Action: Islamic Center of East Lansing; and the story of how former Michigan football player Marc Ramirez improved his health with a change in diet.
Today on Current State: New CEO of Capital Region International Airport Wayne Sieloff; Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center violist Paul Neubauer discusses their upcoming East Lansing concert; an update on replacing lead water pipes in Flint with Gen. Michael McDaniel of that city's Fast Start Program; and author Dale Anderson talks about his book on the 1967 national champion MSU wrestling team.
Today on Current State: Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum discusses the Presidential election recount; two MSU College of Education faculty members discuss post-election racial tensions in schools; turning paint from The MSU Rock into works of art; the new location of Lansing's Homeless Angels; and Current Sports host Al Martin on yesterday's Detroit Lions victory in New Orleans.
Today on Current State: East Lansing Financial Health Review Team members Trish Foster and Robert Kleine discuss proposals including an income tax; this weekend's Winterland Classic Cluster Dog Show in East Lansing; and Live Music Friday with Monte Pride.
Today on Current State: Pro and con views of the Trump nomination of Michigan's Betsy DeVos to serve as Secretary of Education; Lansing's "Art in the Wild" project; the 2017 agenda of the Michigan Farm Bureau; and the MSU Museum displays a portion of the AIDS quilt.