91.7 Ann Arbor/Detroit 91.3 Port Huron 104.1 Grand Rapids 91.1 Flint
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations
Auto accident
Emma Winowieki
Observers say work on Michigan's new no fault auto insurance bill in 2019 was rushed, sloppy, and obscured behind closed doors. But it passed with bipartisan support. Both sides promised to fix any problems with it later. The broken promise is leaving injured people without care.
The Latest: COVID-19
Lester Graham
ER visits are up 43% from this time last year. And doctors say more of the patients coming in are sicker than they were pre-pandemic, after delaying care. But with every room full and hallways crammed with stretchers, ERs are nearing a breaking point.
Conversations that matter to Michigan. Daily at 3 & 9 p.m.