Today on Stateside, Abdul El-Sayed sits down for his first interview after coming in second place in Michigan's Democratic gubernatorial primary. And, you're not imagining it — there are more fireflies than usual showing up in your backyard this summer.
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Michigan’s recycling costs spike thanks to shift in China’s trade policies
Marshall Mandolin Summit is a “homecoming” for a Michigan-born instrument
A “firefly boom” is lighting up Michigan backyards this summer
For Abdul El-Sayed, "the path hasn't changed" despite primary loss
Fee or tax? Detroit's controversial drainage rate faces legal challenge