Today on Stateside, we learn how the Michigan Department of Transportation decides which roads to fix first. And, a Detroit designer says she aims to increase the number of black women architects. (Right now, only .3% of architects are black women.)
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- How does MDOT decide which roads to fix first?
- Larry Bell reflects on three decades of Michigan's "big, bold, beautiful beers"
- Only .3% of architects are black women. One Detroit designer aims to change that.
- It's not hard for foster kids to just disappear. One Traverse City author is trying to change that.