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Democrats in the state House of Representatives are calling for the release of more than $350 million in federal COVID-19 relief aid.
Call for faculty and staff volunteers to work in MSU dining halls draws criticism amid staffing shortages
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The bill was adopted by the Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee Thursday on a party-line vote, and makes it illegal for a unit of government to create a “vaccine passport” or require proof of vaccination to access a public service.
The totals don't include outside spending from interest groups that buy their own ads to influence the election.
Michigan House and Senate lawmakers have introduced bills to allow sentence reductions by the Department of Corrections of up to 20% for good behavior or participating in rehabilitative programs. The bills use different methods to reward inmates’ good behavior and productivity.
Invasive species are harmful species, often hard to detect with the naked eye, that are not native to the area. They can be spread when humans move contaminated firewood to new locations.
Contaminated water in Benton Harbor. The guest is community activist Rev. Edward Pinkney.Watch now at video.wkar.org
Michigan’s largest health care provider suspended 1 percent of its workers after they failed to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Michigan's Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission is hearing feedback on 10 maps that would set congressional, state House and state Senate boundaries.
The way Michigan high school football teams qualify for the post-season has changed, and school officials wonder if moving from wins to points will work fairly.
PODCAST: Life, Meet Tech
Picking up where last week’s episode left off, Prabu David examines algorithmic bias. Guest Rebecca Wexler, co-director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, explains the black box nature of algorithms used in the criminal justice system and explains why Glenn Rodríguez was denied parole by the COMPAS algorithm.
PODCAST: ¿Qué Onda Michigan?
En el episodio del 22 de octubre del 2021 de ¿Qué Onda Michigan? hablamos sobre quien puede recibir una vacuna de refuerzo del COVID-19, ademas les contamos como el coronavirus continua afectando a los niños y las personas sin hogar, tambien les tenemos mas informacion sobre el proceso controversial de los nuevos mapas electorales.
Current Sports with Al Martin
Full MSU men's basketball media day coverage from the Breslin Center! Hear what head coach Tom Izzo and forward Malik Hall had to say!
Sam Klemet is a Michigan State University alumnus, and he's the President and CEO-Elect of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB).
Intersection of daily life and technology subject of new podcast from WKAR at Michigan State UniversitySocial scientist Prabu David hosts 'Life, Meet Tech,' a new podcast featuring conversations about living our lives with technology. Follow at Life, Meet Tech
Starting Sun., Oct. 24. At 7:30 p.m. on WKAR-HD 23.1 & STREAMING | Charlie Brown and the gang are returning to WKAR and PBS for the holiday season!
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Hispanic Heritage Month continues with Alma's Way, Rita Moreno, Felix Contreras, Michelle Jokisch Polo, and more
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