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Lansing officials say they are taking housing code violations and the displacement of residents from red-tagged buildings seriously.
Thurs. Mar. 30, 7 p.m., 2023 | WKAR Studio AWe invite the community to attend this keynote conversation with Colah B. Tawkin, WOCI's 2023 Artist in Residence and host of Black in the Garden Podcast.
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Michigan officials approved millions of dollars in incentives for some electric vehicle-related projects including one for Ford Tuesday.
The state is updating its database of well water sites with help from the Michigan Geological Survey.
Officials are taking advantage of federal grant funding to expand alternatives to motorized transportation and add new connections to the Lansing River Trail system.
One of the five student survivors of the Michigan State University shooting is opening up publicly for the first time about her experience of that night.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld a lower-court ruling dismissing a lawsuit which challenged millions given to hundreds of local clerks’ offices before the 2020 election.
For the second year in a row, a pair of peregrine falcons has produced eggs at Michigan State University.
A new Michigan ballot initiative wants to create a registry of convicted animal abusers.
In 2016, then-Governor Rick Snyder signed a law to ban local governments in Michigan from banning plastic bags. Now, new legislation has been filed to repeal that measure.
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Wed Mar. 29 at 10PM on WKAR-HD 23.1 & STREAMING | Discover the untold story of prehistoric women through the latest science and research.
Thursdays, Mar. 2 - Mar. 30 at 7PM on 90.5 FM & STREAMING | On this month's Michigan Matinee, enjoy an hour of favorite pieces from the silver screen and prepare for the 95th Academy Awards by listening to samples from this year’s Best Score nominees!
PODCAST: ¿Qué Onda Michigan?
En el episodio del 24 de marzo del 2023 de ¿Qué Onda Michigan? de una ley historica que la Gobernadora Gretchen Whitmer firmo que prohibiría la discriminacion contras las personas por su orientación sexual y género de identidad.
Current Sports with Al Martin
The unpredictability of the NCAA Tournament...now, more than ever; Breaking down the Final Four; Lamar Jackson trade request | Current Sports | Mar. 27, 2023It's an unlikely Final Four for the NCAA Tournament. Why is this so?
MSU alumna Sheri Jones is a broadcasting and journalism icon in the Greater Lansing area. She's been anchoring the news at Lansing's CBS affiliate, WLNS-TV 6 for 35 years. And she's now also on Lansing's ABC affiliate, WLAJ.
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Prabu David is joined by leading global futurist Shawn Dubravac for a peek into his crystal ball at the incredible future of consumer technology and the industrial economy.
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