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Stateside Staff

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  • 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.
  • A catch-up on automotive no-fault insurance reform bills and other legislative news, a speculative fiction novel imagining a world where the French never ceded Detroit, and a conversation with the Detroit-based painter, educator, activist who has recently won the 2024 Kresge Eminent Artist Award.
  • The changes at MSU a year after a campus shooting, the pros and cons of large solar projects in Detroit neighborhoods and navigating the back and forth between couples regarding their finances.