Today, Michigan Radio's sports commentator John U. Bacon gives his take on the Michigan State University scandals. He says MSU football's success may have weakened the team's "filter on character." Next, we peek back in history to when Michigan traded turkeys to Canada to replenish the Upper Peninsula's moose population. And, parents explain why they're "afraid to die" because of fear that the mental health care system won't take care of their children.
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- Bacon: Scandals show MSU football's success may have weakened "filter on character"
- Tribes concerned proposed Nestle water pumping increase would harm environment, violate treaty
- Michigan once traded turkeys to Canada to replenish moose population in U.P.
- Parents "afraid to die" because of fear mental health care system won't take care of their children