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Current State for April 7-8, 2018

Left picture: Martin Luther King, Jr. Upper right: Attorney Chris Burtley; Middle right: WLNS meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa & reporter Cheyna Roth; Bottom right: Larry Nassar

On this edition of Current State: Michigan lawmakers findings on MSU/Nassar; the "seduction of an unmarried woman law" in Michigan; Personal memories of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; Preparing for Severe Weather Season and getting rid of stink bugs!

- Cheyna Rothon Michigan House completinginquiryinto MSU/Nassar
- Katie Cook on MSU players pleading guilty to "seduction"

- AttorneyChris Burtleyon the seduction felony

- Karel Vega on MSU students marching for MLK
- East Lansing exhibit on Dr. King's Life
- MSU physician Dr. William G. Anderson remembers his friend, Dr. King
- WLNS Erik Kostrzewa on Severe Weather Season

- Russ White on Getting rid of Stink Bugs!
- Peter Whorf on Classical New Release for April




Kevin Lavery is a general assignment reporter and occasional local host for Morning Edition and All Things considered.
Russ White is producer and host of "MSU Today," a lively look at MSU people, places, events and attitudes.
Al Martin is the host of Current Sports, the daily radio call-in program from WKAR NewsTalk. Al is also on the WKAR News team as a regular sports contributor and plays a key sports reporting and content role on all other WKAR media platforms.
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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