Today on Current State: Civil Rights icon Rep. John Lewis; Great Lakes Month in Review examines algae blooms and Big Ag; the ethical and medical issues facing intersex individuals and their families; and women and the job interview.
Today on Current State: Remembering Hamtramck Stadium's Negro League heritage; grading the MI legislature's environmental record; Michigan's obesity problem; a review of "Andrew's Brain" by E.L. Dotorow; and a recent MSU grad tries out for the LPGA.
Today on Current State: Charter school authorizers challenge state's evaluation process; Neighbors in Action features Habitat for Humanity Lansing; mosquitoes' dining preferences; and a preview of the Renegade Theatre Festival.
Today on Current State: East Lansing's new Amtrak station; affordable housing in Lansing; the potential effects of chemical additive triclosan; the Michigan Supreme Court ruling on tax refunds for out-of-state companies; and an Uber ride-along.
Today on Current State: Michigan wines; MSU's LGBT director on using a $1 million bequest to promote acceptance; same sex marriage in Michigan; the new chief of the National Wildlife Federation; and developing an app for bipolar disorder.
Today on Current State: the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals case on the Michigan gay marriage ban; primary election re-cap with Kyle Melinn and Bill Ballenger; a U of M expert on the West African Ebola outbreak; Lansing's Go Green Trikes; and Neighbors in Action features the Michigan College Access Network.
Today on Current State: the potential dangers of a worsening Lake Erie algae bloom; a LEAP official on economic incentive programs in Lansing; Michigan crops adjust to climate change; and fighting blight in Flint one house at a time.
Today on Current State: Dan Quisenberry on charter schools; turning methane into energy; the Stratosphere Man; an audio postcard from Lansing's Crego Park Grand re-opening; and live music from Heartland Klezmorim.
Today on Current State: July's Month in Review; the state of mental health services under medicaid expansion; a murder mystery set on MSU's campus; and Scott D. Southard reviews "The Serpent of Venice."
Today on Current State: a charter school official addresses accountability and transparency; Great Lakes Month in Review: Detroit water shut-offs and Asian carp litigation; 8th District candidate Tom McMillin; and a magazine highlights the best of Lake Superior.
Today on Current State: Congressman Dan Kildee on bringing unaccompanied Central American children to Michigan; a 20th Michigan Shakespeare Festival preview; 8th District Democratic candidates on campaigning together; and Neighbors in Action features MSU's International Friendship Program.
Today on Current State: cleaning up former GM sites in Lansing; supply chains in a global economy; Personal Property Tax reform and Proposal 1; a rare plant blooms in Ann Arbor; and a book review of "'Forgiving the Angel."
Today on Current State: Democratic Congressman Gary Peters; MSU Provost June Youatt; the Lansing Vintage Electronics Extravaganza; and Neighbors in Action: Care Free Dental Clinic's Pay It Forward program.
Today on Current State: Michigan bass fishing; a look into vocal health; Michigan's native plants; how TV and movies may be affecting your love life; and the history of the original Michigan state fairgrounds.
Today on Current State: Democratic legislator says more oversight needed for MI charter schools; a summer film preview; National HIV Testing Day; and marking the 100 year anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the start of World War I.
Today on Current State: Bridge Magazine assesses Detroit's Duggan at six months; MSU economist maps U.S. cocaine trafficing; state to look at passenger rail from Holland to Detroit; new Canadian Consul in Detroit; and a review of "Love in the Time of Cholera" by Gabriel García Márquez.
Today on Current State: the debate on charter schools; a Michigan environmentalist's reforestation efforts; the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Inititative; and the mystery of Northwest Flight 2501.