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Current State for Feb. 24-25, 2018

Top left: flooded homes in Lansing, Bottom left: Black Panther fans, Top right: MSU professor Mike Castellucci & student Caitlyn DiLuca, Middle right: Dolores Huerta & Lower right: WLNS meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa

On the Feb. 24-25 edition of Current State: neighbors struggling with floodwaters & how you can help; learn where Michigan's gubernatorial candidates stand on gun debate; learn about Dolores Huerta and why she's coming to MSU; two Lansing men make sure dozens of children see Black Panther movie and helping feed fish thanks to whiskey by-products.

Beech Street Residents struggle with flooding - reported by Katie Cook

How you can help flood victims

Explaining the conditions that caused the flooding - WLNS-TV meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa

Gun control rally at the Capitol - reported by Cheyna Roth

The Bridge magazine asks Michigan gubernatorial candidates their thoughts on gun control

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vsGjH7jZbg">Judge Rose Marie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vsGjH7jZbg">Aguilinahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vsGjH7jZbg"> talks with MSU students - reported by MSU professor Mike Castellucci

Dolores Huerta Indie Lens Pop-Up & visit to WKAR

Lansing men raise money to take dozens of students to see Black Panther - reported by Brooke Allen

Nordic Fire Festival in Charlotte - reported by Kevin Lavery

Using whiskey by-products to feed Great Lakes fish - reported by Angelica Morrison


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