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Recently the Annie E. Casey Foundation released a report that found Michigan's African-American kids are struggling in school. There's a nationwide disparity between the education... [Read More]
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A new civics program is designed to help people new to Grand Rapids adjust to the city. The Our City Academy program focuses on how... [Read More]
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A few weeks ago, we talked with a specialist in underserved farmers at Michigan State University's Center for Regional Food Systems. Shakara Tyler mentioned a... [Read More]
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A Wayne State University professor testified today that the state health department director worried a study of a deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak... [Read More]
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When we talked with Babacar Lo of the Wicker Shop , the weather was still warm and Lo was in his backyard in Detroit, working.... [Read More]
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70,000 people are expected to pack Ford Field Saturday. Not for a football game, but for a Mass to celebrate the life of a Catholic... [Read More]
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Ever since the Flint water crisis, Michigan cities and citizens have started paying attention to lead in drinking water pipes and faucets and the potential... [Read More]
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In this series, Michigan Radio's Lindsey Smith looks at how the Flint water crisis has affected, or could affect, other water systems in Michigan... [Read More]
There are lead service lines in older communities across Michigan. Because of their age and population size, it's fair to say the bulk of Michigan's... [Read More]
Don Haffner is a witty and smart guy in his late 60s who grew up in Downriver Detroit's working class town of Allen Park. Growing... [Read More]
Remember nine years ago, when the auto industry was teetering on the brink of disaster? The housing bubble had burst, credit evaporated, and nobody was... [Read More]
Americans have become obsessed with concussions, and with good reason. But for medical professionals, it's a double-edged sword: people are interested, but they also have... [Read More]
Twelve Michigan school districts made the state's 2017 list of schools that disproportionately suspend students of color. The Michigan Department of Education puts out an... [Read More]
This year, more than 120 women and girls found out they're part of the same terrible club. As children and teens, they were all allegedly... [Read More]
This year, more than 120 women and girls found out they're part of the same terrible club. As children and teens, they were all allegedly... [Read More]
What do your mornings sound like? Which sounds shape the start your day? Our new series, Mornings In Michigan features the sounds of morning rituals... [Read More]
By rallying hunters, one man has donated more than half a million meals to shelters. He joined Stateside today. Also on the show, we learn... [Read More]
It's been a steady drip-drip-drip of revelations from Enbridge Energy about its Line 5 — the oil and gas pipelines running beneath the Straits of... [Read More]
The Next Idea Pretend it's Saturday. You and the kids are running errands, including a several-hour stop at the laundromat. They are bored, you are... [Read More]
A major obstacle to Flint's recovery from its drinking water crisis has been removed. The city of Flint has been hobbled in its efforts to... [Read More]
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