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  • How the Board of Education is reacting to restructuring of the Michigan Department of Education, the history of one of the first African Americans to settle in the Lansing area and an artifact from his life, and a series on how opiate settlement money is being spent across Michigan.
  • A preview of tomorrow's Michigan presidential primary, comparing the media's portrayal of refugees to the reality on the ground, and GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley campaigns across the state.
  • The long game for electric vehicles, intergenerational and community gardening in Ypsilanti and a discussion with the chef and co-owner of one of Detroit's hottest independent pizzerias.
  • A look into support for Trump in northern Michigan, a conversation on winter birding, a new climate change study using AI and social media to determine American attitudes toward climate change.
  • The first charges filed under Michigan's new safe firearm storage laws, how cultural changes can reduce deaths by guns, and remembering Battle Creek's civil rights era.
  • A closer look at the Vote Uncommitted movement in Michigan's Democratic primary, and a retelling of a harrowing night on ice in the thumb region.
  • A legislative plan to make water rates affordable for all, the mild weather's impact on winter tourism, and a Detroit architect makes history
  • A food co-op opening in Detroit, the best advice on resilience, the mystery behind the SS Arlington, and election year analysis of the issues facing and enthusiasm of Black voters from a longtime Detroit journalist.
  • An update on the legal case against the individuals who attempted to overturn Michigan's 2020 presidential election results and on who is control of the of the Michigan GOP, a new soul food restaurant opening this spring in Lansing, what Muskegon's rebrand as a beach town means for the city's long-time residents, and how local election officials and county clerks are preparing for early voting.
  • East Lansing continues to mourn the losses of last year's mass shooting, the history of a Black neighborhood in Ann Arbor and the school that served it, and an upcoming album from the alt-country band Frontier Ruckus.