Stateside from Michigan Radio Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Stateside covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues — as well as culture and lifestyle stories. In keeping with Michigan Radio's broad coverage across southern Michigan, Stateside focuses on topics and events that matter to people all across the state. Stateside is hosted by Cynthia Canty (Mon-Thu) and Lester Graham (Fri).
Stateside from Michigan Radio

Stateside from Michigan Radio

From Michigan Radio

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Stateside covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues — as well as culture and lifestyle stories. In keeping with Michigan Radio's broad coverage across southern Michigan, Stateside focuses on topics and events that matter to people all across the state. Stateside is hosted by Cynthia Canty (Mon-Thu) and Lester Graham (Fri).

Most Recent Episodes

Stateside 6.19.2018

Today on Stateside , the archbishop of Detroit responds to the separation of migrant families under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy. Plus, writer Steve Lehto will soon set out on a Great Lakes canoe trip inspired by the 19th century explorer and former Detroit mayor Douglass Houghton. To hear individual interviews, click here or see below:

Stateside 6.15.2018

Today on Stateside, lawsuits against opioid manufacturers in Michigan face steep odds thanks to 1995 law. Plus, a summery cocktail to cool down on this very hot weekend. To hear individual interviews, click here or see below.

Stateside 6.12.2018

Today on Stateside , a watchdog group finds that one of Michigan's biggest utility companies is hitting back at politicians pushing for a more open energy market by funding their opponents. Plus, women in a Washtenaw County prison build new skills and find parallels to their own lives performing Shakespeare's Macbeth.

Stateside 6.11.2018

Today on Stateside , we hear from a Michigan adoptee who spent decades trying to get his birth records from the state. Plus, how Canadian retaliation against Trump tarriffs could impact Michigan. To listen to individual interviews, click here or see below:

Stateside 6.1.2018

Today on Stateside , a marijuana industry consultant talks business trends, diversity as nation's largest cannabis confeerence kicks off in Detroit. Also, what are the consequences for Michigan manufacturers as tariffs on steel and aluminum take effect. To listen to individual interviews, click here or see below.

Stateside 5.31.2018

On Stateside today, House Speaker Tom Leonard talks next steps on marijuana legalization, paid sick leave, and community mental health. Plus: Why is pickleball America's fastest growing sport? To hear individual interviews, click here or see below.

Stateside 5.29.2018

On today's Stateside , the superintendent of Kalamazoo Public Schools explains what his district is doing for students experiencing homelessness. Plus, a sneak peek at the new Star Wars costume exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts. To find individual interview, click here or see below.

Stateside 5.25.2018

Today on Stateside , we hear how Michigan's utilities are investing in the state's energy future, and the reaction from environmentalists. Also, we look at the fraught history of privatized healthcare in Michigan prisons. To find individual interview, click here or see below. What is the future of Michigan's energy infrastructure? Despite increased supervision, expert says private prison health care comes at a cost Forgotten Grand Rapids senator was a major figure on the world stage during

Stateside 5.24.2018

Today on Stateside , we learn what's in the Nassar-related bills passed by the House. And, we continute checking in with the 2018 gubernatorial candidates with an interview with Bill Schuette.

Stateside 5.23.2018

Today on Stateside , we hear how Michigan pressed the feds to come up with PFAS standards at the EPA's national summit. And, we learn hackers are mining for Bitcoin, and they might be using your computer. Also today, we learn that a mother tried to tell the state her son was mentally ill and violent, but help came too late.

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