Stateside 8.28.2018 | Michigan Radio

Stateside 8.28.2018

Aug 28, 2018

Today on Stateside, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says elevated PFAS levels in the Flint River posed no threat to the city's public water supply during the water crisis. Plus, as thousands of mourners gather in Detroit to say goodbye to Aretha Franklin, how should the city memorialize the Queen of Soul?  

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Uncertainty continues for auto parts makers even as Trump moves toward deal with Mexico

MDEQ: alerting public to PFAS tests during Flint water crisis would have been irrelevant, irresponsible

What would it take to turn Detroit into Aretha Franklin’s Graceland?

Theater Talk: Wilde Awards celebrate the best of Michigan’s local theater scene

Tribute wall brings history home for 97-year-old WWII veteran