On today's Stateside, a program that helps people with struggling addiction get into treatment and stay out of jail. Plus, a farmer who has spent decades raising livestock and a rookie farmer talk about how the job has — and hasn't — changed.
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Automakers see profit in better fuel economy, even if federal standards change
Traverse City Film Fest ranges from “magical” to “Breaking Bad meets Scarface”
Coach Urban Meyer’s alleged Title IX violation could cost him his job
Instead of jail, “Hope Not Handcuffs” gets people into addiction treatment
How having, or being, a mentor can improve life outside the office, too
Dumb luck, death, and pigs: a rookie and veteran farmer reflect on the job