Stateside for Monday, Sept. 29, 2014
Today on Stateside:
- Food stamp cuts are looming for some Michigan families.
- Nearly 14 billion years of history in one course: The Big History Project is designed to change the way our kids learn history.
- Living in the Upper Peninsula means you might drive 60 miles one way to get to a well-stocked grocery store. We looked at food insecurity in the U.P.
- Water shutoffs to Detroiters who haven't paid their bills are not going to stop – that was the result of a ruling today by federal bankruptcy judge Stephen Rhodes.
- Michigan Radio's Tracy Samilton reported on the Cody Comets' first game on their new field, named "Hope Field."
* Listen to the full show above.