MSU Surplus sorts through tons of student stuff

May 18, 2016
MSU Surplus Store bikes photo
Mark Bashore / WKAR

The cornucopia of stuff left at MSU after students leave for the summer includes  bikes, furniture, clothes, food and carpeting. We visit the MSU Surplus Store to assess the haul.

Dick Peffley photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR

The Lansing Board of Water and Light was recently the subject of a cyber attack. We talk with Board of Water and Light General Manager Dick Peffley about the utility's recovery efforts.

David Smith photo
Scott Pohl / WKAR

An Australian man has come forward as the creator of the online currency Bitcoin. Current State talks with David Smith, the founder of Startup Grind Lansing and an avid proponent of Bitcoin, about the story and how Bitcoin is being used in Michigan.

Study: EPA plan would spike MI electrical costs

Apr 25, 2016
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A new study has found Michigan will feel an economic squeeze if and when the EPA’s Clean Power Plan is implemented. We look at that and other findings in the study with analyst Traci Taylor of East Lansing’s Anderson Economic Group.

MI tourism forecast predicts 2016 gains

Apr 20, 2016
Mackinac Bridge photo
Kevin Lavery / WKAR

MSU forecasters say tourism in Michigan should be strong in the 2016 season after a good 2015. We break down the numbers with Associate Professors Sarah Nicolls and Dan McCole of the Dept of Community Sustainability.