Stateside for Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Today on Stateside:
- We explore why the Supreme Court's latest action on same-sex marriage could soon put the legal spotlight on Michigan.
- Detroit and Flint share many of the same challenges and fiscal problems. We find out why financial experts believe bankruptcy is not in the cards for Flint.
- A Michigan professor is developing tiny computers that don't need batteries: They just harvest energy from what's all around them.
- We get a peek at the pumpkin of the future.
- A meteorologist says some Michiganders will get to see the second total lunar eclipse of the year early tomorrow morning.
- We discover a new local history magazine – a digital magazine called The Grand Traverse Journal.
- Write Beverly McBride of Sault St. Marie tells an Upper Peninsula story about modern Native American life.
- Many local governments reported better fiscal health in 2014, according to the University of Michigan's Center for Local, State and Public Policy.
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