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  • Community members at Grand Valley State University came together this summer to create a teaching lodge where Indigenous students can gather and practice cultural traditions.
  • Dodge announced this week it will discontinue its iconic line of Chargers and Challengers. It's a brave new world for autos, moving away from traditional American muscle to an electrified future.
  • Michigan has some of the highest average costs for calling people in jail. Beenish Ahmed, criminal justice correspondent for Michigan Radio, explained why. Then, Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton discussed his efforts to reduce the costs incurred by incarcerated people and their families.
  • Zoe Clark, in for April Baer, walked us through the week of politics along with some members of the Lansing press corp.
  • A group of teens are changing the theater landscape in Detroit. But they're not reinventing the wheel — instead they're building off of the Mexican Carpas theater tradition to create whimsical, bilingual performances. The group is called La Carpa Theatre and is run by artist Karilú Alarcón Forshee.
  • This week, Detroit singer and songwriter Lamont Dozier passed away at age 81. Dozier helped write and produce countless Motown hit records during his career, making him a major part of Motown history and culture.
  • The family that screams together stays together. At least, that's the case with James A. Janisse and Chelsea Rebecca, a husband and wife duo that runs the horror-centric YouTube channel and podcast, "Dead Meat."
  • Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has been investigating allegations that some Republicans seized voting machines for improper use in 2020 — a plot to support The Big Lie. She says Matthew DePerno — who's set to be her opponent as she runs for reelection this fall — was involved in the alleged conspiracy.
  • Today, a special episode on the week in Michigan politics.
  • It was announced on Tuesday that residents living near the Huron River should keep away from the water as a cancer-causing chemical was released into the river by manufacturer Tribar.