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  • An update on the cyber attack on the Ascension health system, greeting arrivals at Metro Airport easier, a Michigan director's new horror film, and analyzing how the media reports on anti-war protests on campuses.
  • Details about the aftermath in Southwest Michigan. At least 11 tornadoes touched down in the region last night. Then, the story of an acclaimed culinary program changes lives from within the walls of Michigan’s Lakeland Correctional Facility. Plus, the young designers bringing fresh ideas to the fashion industry at the College for Creative Studies.
  • A report on Michigan's law requiring parental consent for teens to access abortion care, a preview of the Freep Film Fest this weekend, the environmental importance of vernal pools during spring, and an up close encounter with a rare and stinky plant
  • Reactions to the sentencing of the parents of the Oxford school shooter, allegations that two county jails banned in-person visits to increase revenue from pricey phone calls, and a new documentary film honors the winningest basketball program in Michigan.
  • The MSU student newspaper explains why it's suing the university, the correlation between pandemic racism and Asian American gun buying and a nearly lost documentary finally lands on the big screen.
  • Tentative agreements have been made between the UAW and the Detroit 3, a somber warning of the dangers of meningitis, the best of the "silly," scary movies for Halloween season and a children's book for young bilingual readers.
  • The latest on the UAW strike against the Detroit 3. Author Angeline Boulley on her latest young adult novel in which the main character is an indigenous Yooper. And how streaming services are making a space for Michigan's Black filmmakers.
  • Undecided voters weigh in on Trump's legal woes and the 2024 election, a filmmaker and producer who brings queer Muslim experiences to the screen, and the housing crisis in Traverse City
  • Stateside breaks down a high-profile golf merger and it's impact on the upcoming Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit. Plus, a new documentary tracks the past and future of Afrofuturism, and teachers in Northern Michigan struggle to find permanent housing in the midst of summer homes and rentals. And, do flies grieve?
  • Two Michigan State University professors, Tina M. Newhauser and Alexis Black, wrote a new book called “Supporting Staged Intimacy: A Practical Guide for Theatre Creatives, Managers and Crew.”