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Stateside: Jackson's first Black mayor; post-ICU trauma; Detroit elections; Babe Ruth’s U.P. game

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Today on Stateside, we talk with Daniel Mahoney, the Jackson County commissioner who has become the first Black mayor of Jackson, Michigan. Also, we learn about a clinic that helps patients and caregivers recover after a traumatic visit to the ICU. Then, what a third term and a restacked City Council mean for Detroit's mayor Mike Duggan. And, we find out what happened when baseball’s biggest star played in the Upper Peninsula town of  Iron Mountain.

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The city of Jackson elects first Black mayor

  • Daniel Mahoney is Jackson's Mayor-elect and current Jackson County commissioner.

Going to the ICU can be a traumatic experience. This clinic helps patients and caregivers recover

  • Dr. Brent Funk is a neuropsychologist with Henry Ford Health System’s Post ICU Brain Health Clinic.

Detroit Politics: a third term for Mayor Duggan, with restacked City Council

  • Nancy Kaffer is an editorial page writer with the Detroit Free Press.

When baseball’s biggest star played in the Upper Peninsula town of  Iron Mountain

  • Troy Henderson is the Michigan History Center’s Upper Peninsula historian.
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