Stateside for Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Today on Stateside:
- The state House is moving on a package of bills that would boost speed limits on some Michigan highways.
- Ohio lawmakers are taking action to slow the algal blooms.
- It’s been 87 years since he died, but James Curwood’s presence is certainly still being felt in Owosso thanks to Curwood Castle.
- Michigan is home to the second-largest Chaldean community in the world, so many of these refugees have now made it to the Metro Detroit area.
- For 35 years, Orbit and earlier publications like Fun and White Noise, shed light on the creative community of Southeast Michigan. And when Orbit stopped publishing in 1999, it was seen by many as the end of an era.