Current State for Feb. 10-11, 2018

On this edition of Current State, we travel to Maryland to see how the Nassar case has affected opinions of the parents of young gymnasts; hear from two new members of the Lansing School District Board of Trustees; Author Rochelle Riley explains why not learning African-American history could be a detriment to all Americans; plus insight into Korean culture from a student at MSU and much more. 

MSU staff/students protest Board of Trustees and President Engler - reported by Kevin Lavery

Parents of gymnasts in Maryland react to Larry Nassar case - reported by 

Meet Lansing School District's new board members - reported by Scott Pohl

Rochelle Riley's new book The Burden African-Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery

Insights into Korean culture from MSU student Chanho Lee

Hepatitis A outbreak in Eaton County - interview by Brooke Allen

Lansing mayor Andy Schor's first State of the City - reported by Kevin Lavery

New Ingham County Commissioner  - reported by Scott Pohl

Black Lake Sturgeon Fish Derby - reported by Ben Thorp