Stateside for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016
- In a 6-to-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that all prisoners sentenced to life without parole for crimes committed as minors should be given a chance to seek parole.
- When you're running a restaurant in a city suffering through the worst tainted-water crisis that Michigan can remember, you've really got your work cut out for you. Flint resident Robb Klaty owns a number of eateries in the struggling city.
- Business is also slower for some property owners in Flint, and one of them says it's because of the water crisis.
- Today is Michigan's 179th birthday! Director of the Michigan Historical Center Sandra Clark checks in.20150126_SS_Clark_State_Birthday.mp3Sandra Clark joins us to talk about Michigan's 179th birthday
- Since the '40s, Captain America has been a symbol of American identity. Vishavjit Singh put a spin on the iconic character, and has traveled the country for two and a half years dressed as Sikh Captain America.
- Tomorrow, Michigan Radio will air a powerful documentary from the State of Opportunity team. It explores how and why the State of Michigan steps in to permanently terminate some parents' rights to their kids. 20150126_SS_Dwyer_SOO_doc.mp3Dustin Dwyer tells us about tomorrow's documentary from State of Opportunity