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      Morning Edition

      Weekday mornings from 5:00 - 9:00 a.m.

      Weekday mornings on Michigan Radio, Doug Tribou hosts NPR's?Morning Edition,?the most listened-to news radio program in the country. The show brings listeners up-to-the-minute news, analysis, commentary, interviews, and coverage of the arts and sports. Morning Edition on Michigan Radio features work by our team of reporters, Doug's in-depth interviews, and observations from our sports commentator John U. Bacon. You'll also hear special features, including?It's Just Politics,?StoryCorps, and Mornings in Michigan.?

      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      Michigan’s K-12 schools can expect a big spending boost as they prepare to welcome students back to classrooms.

      Flooding in metro Detroit this weekend.
      Courtesy of Dan Austin

      Update: June 30, 2021 - 7:15 a.m.

      Tens of thousands of Michiganders are without power Wednesday morning. That’s after storms Tuesday afternoon knocked more homes offline while crews were still working to repair earlier outages.

      DTE Energy is reporting more than 56,000 customers without power. The outages are widespread in metro Detroit. There is also a pocket of outages in the lower part of the Thumb.

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      Emma Winowiecki / Michigan Radio

      Michigan Radio sports commentator John U. Bacon joins?Morning Edition?host Doug Tribou to talk about some of the top stories in the world of sports.

      Bronze statue of Bo Schembechler in front of Schembechler Hall.
      Emma Winowiecki / Michigan Radio

      Survivors of sexual abuse are increasing pressure on the University of Michigan to account for what they say is the school’s failure to protect students. New allegations against alleged serial predator Dr. Robert Anderson say the university’s legendary former football coach, Bo Schembechler, knew about Anderson’s abuse for decades.

      In a recent column, Michael Rosenberg looked at the hero status that Schembechler was given during and after his coaching career. Rosenberg is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, a former columnist at The Detroit Free Press, and lives in Ann Arbor. He appeared on Michigan Radio's?Morning Edition to talk about the Anderson case.

      City of East Lansing

      Universities and the cities they call home often have relationships that are both symbiotic and strained. Some city leaders simply feel ignored by their biggest neighbors. But the COVID-19 pandemic created a new layer to the so-called town-gown dynamic.?


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      Emma Winowiecki / Michigan Radio


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      When Michigan's COVID-19 restrictions for office work ended this week, the change raised many questions for employees and employers preparing to return to work in-person.

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      Detroit’s process for licensing recreational marijuana businesses is on hold because of a lawsuit arguing the process violates the law by favoring Detroit residents.

      Proponents say it simply levels the playing field for Detroiters trying to get a foothold in the cannabis industry, and rights some historical inequities.

      Still Point Zen Buddhist Temple in Detroit, MI.
      Erin Allen / Michigan Radio

      For most of us, to start the day is to turn off our alarm, get dressed, have a coffee or maybe water, and then start work or school. But there’s a little place in Detroit where the first few things on the list are instead — sitting, chanting and meditating.

      As a part of our Mornings in Michigan series, Michigan Radio’s Erin Allen returns to a morning ritual that brings her peace and mindfulness.


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      This week, Michigan passed the first of the COVID-19 vaccination benchmarks set by the Whitmer administration. Now that 55% of eligible Michiganders have had at least one shot, the state will lift in-person workplace restrictions on May 24.

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      Lauren Talley / Michigan Radio

      August Snow is a retired Marine sniper. He's also an ex-police detective who became a multimillionaire after he sued for wrongful termination. But above all, Snow is a Detroiter, and he's the main character in author Stephen Mack Jones' latest novel, Dead of Winter.

      Jones joined Michigan Radio Morning Edition?host Doug Tribou to talk about the third book in his August Snow series, and plans to make a television show based on the novels.

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      Lester Graham / Michigan Radio

      This story is part of "Mornings in Michigan," our series about morning rituals from across our state.

      The thing about being on a farm is it’s really hard to be in your own head. The sounds, sights, and smells of a farm are all consuming in the morning.

      It’s impossible to worry about a global pandemic, or work, or anything, really, when the rooster is crowing, eggs need collecting, the horses need feeding, and the stalls need mucking.

      Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

      Detroit is lagging the state when it comes to getting residents vaccinated against COVID-19, and the city is now stepping up efforts to correct that.

      As of last week, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, more than 39% of people in Michigan have received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine. In Detroit, that number is less than 23%.

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      During Lent, the period leading up to Easter, many Christians give up personal luxuries like watching television or eating chocolate. But this year, Linda Stephan, the pastor at the Williamston United Methodist Church near Lansing, took a different approach.

      She gave up her pulpit.

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      Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

      INDIANAPOLIS — Johnny Juzang scored 28 points while playing most of the second half on a hurt ankle, and UCLA survived a series of nail-biting misses by top-seeded Michigan in the closing seconds for a 51-49 victory Tuesday night that made the Bruins the fifth No. 11 seed ever to reach the Final Four.

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      Three men accused of being part of a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer are due to be back in a Jackson County courtroom Monday.

      A judge is scheduled to hear final arguments in the men’s pre-trial hearing and is expected to decide whether to bind them over for trial.

      Michigan Radio reporter Steve Carmody joined Morning Edition host Doug Tribou to discuss the case.?

      Doug Tribou: Who are the three defendents?

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      INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — What was touted as the marquee matchup in the Sweet 16 turned into a dud.

      For everyone but Michigan, that is.

      Seven-foot-1 freshman Hunter Dickinson had 14 points and eight rebounds and the top-seeded Wolverines took the inside route to the Elite Eight, pounding away in the paint Sunday for a 76-58 takedown of surprisingly helpless Florida State.

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      A lot of kids in the Lansing School District will have to wait a little longer to go back to the classroom.

      Some students with special needs were set to return to in-person learning this week. Then the district pushed their start date to March 29, and on Wednesday, pushed it back again to April 12. That’s because of a spike of COVID cases in the area.

      Also, some families that had been planning to join in-person classes recently learned they don't have the option anymore.

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      The battle over the state budget in Lansing seems to be heating up, not cooling down.

      Republican leaders tied parts of their original budget plan to Governor Gretchen Whitmer's signing of bills that would have reduced her emergency powers. She, in turn, used line-item vetoes on those sections of the budget. Now, there could be a lawsuit.For analysis of the situation, Michigan Radio's Doug Tribou spoke with Zach Gorchow, the executive editor and publisher of?Gongwer News Service.

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      U-M Photography

      It's conference tournament time in college basketball. There have been upsets and disappointments in the Big Ten men's and women's tournaments in Indianapolis.

      Michigan Radio sports commentator John U. Bacon joined?Morning Edition?host Doug Tribou for a look at the highs and lows.?

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      Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

      On March 10, 2020, Michigan identified the first two known cases of COVID-19 in the state. In the year since, more than 650,000 Michiganders have contracted the disease and more 15,000 have died.

      As part of Michigan Radio's look back at the past year, the state's chief medical executive, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun spoke with Michigan Radio's?Doug Tribou on?Morning Edition.

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      Michigan House of Representatives

      The debate over the state's supplemental budget and billions of dollars in federal COVID relief funding is continuing in Lansing. The Republican-led House and Senate have passed their budget proposals. There are significant differences from Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s plan.

      State House Speaker Jason Wentworth (R-Clare), joined Michigan Radio's Doug Tribou on Morning Edition to share his thoughts on the plan, and his work on ethics and transparecny reform in the state Legislature.

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      This story is part of a Michigan Radio series for Black History Month on Black Michiganders who made contributions to science and medicine.

      Albert Wheeler understood that in order to succeed in science and medicine, Black people needed access to quality education.

      Originally from Missouri, Wheeler arrived in Ann Arbor in 1937 to pursue a Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. Some of his mentors had urged him to go to medical school. Wheeler felt more suited to public health.

      Dr. Remus Robinson poses for a portrait during his time serving on Detroit's Board of Education. This photo was taken in the 1960s.
      Courtesy photo from the Robinson family

      Dr. Remus Robinson was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1904. He first came to Detroit as a teen before getting his medical degree from the University of Michigan in 1930.?

      At the time, Detroit had about 120,000 Black residents, but the overwhelming majority of people who lived in the city were white. Many institutions in the city, including the biggest and most well-funded hospitals, were still segregated and openly discriminated against Black people. Black patients who did go to the city’s major hospitals were kept in separate wards and died from treatable diseases more often than white patients.

      Grand Rapids History and Special Collections (GRHSC), Archives, Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

      In the archives at the Grand Rapids Public Library, there is a recording, made by the historian Carolyn Shapiro-Shapin in 1998.

      Should documents donated to a public university be made public immediately?

      That question is at the center of a lawsuit currently before the Michigan Supreme Court.

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      Governor Gretchen Whitmer delivered her State of the State address Wednesday. She called on her fellow Democrats and the state's Republican legislators to work together to address the COVID-19 crisis and safely reopen businesses and schools.

      State?Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake)?joined Michigan Radio's Doug Tribou on Morning Edition to share his reactions to the speech.

      Courtesy to Michigan Photography

      The University of Michigan has put its athletic activities on hold. Athletic facilities are closed, and practices, training sessions, and competitions are all shut down.

      This comes after several people associated with the athletic department tested positive for the new COVID B.1.1.7. variant.

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      Office of Debbie Stabenow

      President Joe Biden took office Wednesday as the 46th president of the United States. Michigan’s senior U.S. Senator, Debbie Stabenow, was in the audience. She talked to Michigan Radio's?Morning Edition?host Doug Tribou about the inauguration and her priorities under the new administration.

      Former Governor Rick Snyder is one of nine people arraigned Thursday on criminal charges tied to the Flint water crisis. Michigan state senator and long-time Flint resident?Jim Ananich?is glad the prosecution is happening.

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