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Paulette Parker

Normally around this time of year, basketball fans would be poring over their March Madness brackets. They’d be using sophisticated statistical analysis, or the tried-and-true gut feeling, to guess which teams would advance to the Final Four. But there will be no office bracket pool this year. The NCAA canceled its Division 1 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments over concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Today on Stateside, what the worsening erosion of Great Lakes shorelines looks like from a bird’s eye view. Plus, an expected flood of absentee ballots this November has some of Michigan's clerks nervous about timely reporting. We talk to a state senator who says accuracy is more important than speed when it comes to counting votes. 

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Today on Stateside, it's the end of an era for Michigan State fooball under head coach Mark Dantonio. Plus, the city of Detroit's new chief storyteller talks about his plan for making sure the city's narrative reflects its residents.