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For the second year in a row, northern Michigan’s tart cherry farmers are expecting a small harvest – less than half as much as 2019’s crop.

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The unanimous vote from the highest court in the land that ruled in favor of college athletes. What does it mean for the future of college athletics? An update on the NBA Playoffs and John Rahm's win at the U.S. Open. Also, the birth of a track star in Sha'Carri Richardson. 


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General Motors has resumed production of the Chevrolet Camaro at its Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant after a parts-related shutdown.

University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy

Even people who think they’ve recovered from COVID-19 can have trouble with basic physical tasks for months after their infection, according to early results from a study at Central Michigan University.

Police In Michigan, Other States On Lookout For Speeders

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Law enforcement from more than 30 municipal, county and state agencies are on the lookout for speeders as part of the “Great Lakes, High Stakes” campaign.

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Almost all COVID-19 restrictions in Michigan will be lifted Tuesday, but that won’t put an end to arguments in Lansing about how the crisis was handled and what should happen next.

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En este episodio de ¿Que Onda Michigan? Michelle Jokisch Polo de WKAR y Araceli Crescencio de WLNS discuten un incidente en contra miembros de la comunidad de trabajadores agricultores en Michigan, el efecto de los cambios climaticos a la comunidad Latina y las razones porque el Alzheimer afecta mas a los Latines. 

logo for the festival, a black circle contains the text, "Juneteenth Festival '21" Inside the circle is the word, "Juneteenth" in orange letters, there's an illustration of a fist and then another "'21" in a circle
Juneteenth Festival

This year, a new Juneteenth Festival is coming to REO Town in Lansing.

The annual celebration on June 19 commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.


The panel discusses the Governor's plan to re-open the state. The guest is Sen. Jeremy Moss, (D).

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The panel discusses the Governor’s push to re-open Michigan next week.  The guest is Democratic Senator Jeremy Moss from Oakland County.  Panelists Rick Albin, Cheyna Roth and Kyle Melinn join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick to discuss the week in Michigan government and politics.

Michigan Lifts Indoor Capacity Limits, Mask Requirements

Jun 17, 2021
Courtesy / Michigan Executive Office of the Governor

Michigan will lift all indoor capacity restrictions and mask requirements next week, 10 days sooner than planned amid vaccinations and plummeting COVID-19 infections, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday.

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