If a juvenile lifer maintains his innocence, he may never get out of prison. We learn why that is today on Stateside. And, the executive director of the Michigan Head Start Association says the program's infrastructure is "very solid"despite the 11 centers closing in Southwest Detroit.
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- Michigan's Head Start infrastructure "very solid," despite 11 centers closing in SW Detroit
- Bacon: Winning streak puts Pistons under pressure, Lions on "cusp of mediocrity"
- UM group provides mentors, guides girls into the world of STEM
- Lansing welcomes about 600 refugees every year. Artists want to share their stories.
- Irredeemable: For a juvenile lifer, maintaining innocence could mean never getting out of prison