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.
Today on Current State: Heavy rain and the summer ahead; could Michigan learn from Minnesota's high tax success; Broad celebrates legacy of Sun Ra; Lansing's Shabazz Academy; and rebuilding an East Lansing park's play area.
Today on Current State: LCC president Brent Knight; Michigan kayaker, author on state's best paddling; Michigan may authorize new uses for toxic coal ash; beyond beauty, Michigan plants offer environmental edge; Live music with the DJ Clarinet Combo.
Michigan is famous for being the Great Lake state, but is also permeated by hundreds of rivers and streams. According to the state Department of Transportation, there are 36,000 miles of streams in Michigan.