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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 Mariehttps://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


Kevin Lavery is a general assignment reporter and occasional local host for Morning Edition and All Things considered.
Brooke Allen served as local producer and host for Morning Edition, from June 2016-March 2018.
As managing editor, Karel Vega supervises news reporters and hosts of news programming, and is responsible for the planning and editing of WKAR's news content.
Before becoming the newest Capitol reporter for Michigan Public Radio Network, Cheyna Roth was an attorney. She spent her days fighting it out in court as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Ionia County.
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