Today on Stateside, the Lansing State Journal's executive editor explains the front-page editorial that calls on Lou Anna Simon, president of Michigan State University, to resign over her handling of sexual assault and harassment problems. And, the former vice chairman of General Motors explains what he believes self-driving cars will mean for Detroit's future. Also today, we give you the first installment of our series UN/DIVIDED, a look Marshall's takeover of Albion schools and what it's meant for families.
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"Healing won't be complete until there's new leadership" at MSU, says LSJ executive editor
Ex-GM vice chairman: Self-driving cars could spell death for brands, but not for Detroit industry
Don't you miss our freezing winters? Let's crank up that Lake Michigan snow machine.
For some Albion families, annexation has been a tough adjustment