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It's been almost six years since the property owners first went to court, claiming dioxin contamination made their homes unsafe, and reduced their property values. By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (MPRN ...


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Current Weather and Forecasts #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-treatment { background-color: #FFFFFF; } #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-heading { color: #FFFFFF; } #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-heading a { color: #FFFFFF; } #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-teaser { color: #FFFFFF; } #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-cta { border-color: #FFFFFF; color: #FFFFFF; opacity: 1; transition: all .15s ease; } #promo-large-58570ac772f08 .promo-large-cta:hover { color: #FFFFFF; opacity: 0.65; } Michigan's underemployment rate almost 19% By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Michigan's January jobless rate of 11.6% does not include people who gave up looking for work, or have part-time jobsThose groups boosted Michigan's unemployed-and-under-employed rate to 18.7% State and federal statistics show almost 352,000 people in Michigan had either given up looking for work in the past year, or were holding part-time positions while seeking full-time employment Author says GM's annual report not surprising By Rob South, WKAR Radio News East Lansing, MI – EAST LANSING (WKAR) - The author of a book on General Motors says news that the auto maker's auditors have doubts about its future isn't surprisingWilliam Holstein, author of the book, Why GM Matters, was in town for a book tour Thursday Root Doctor | BackStage Pass w.rrichards / WKAR Classic soul, R & B, traditional blues and inspired originals from a Michigan favoriteOriginally aired 3/4/09 Supreme Court hears Dow arguments By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Audio Feature Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (MPRN) -- A group of property owners brought their case against Dow Chemical to the Michigan Supreme Court todayIt's been almost six years since the property owners first went to court, claiming dioxin contamination made their homes unsafe, and reduced their property values Supreme Court hears Dow arguments By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (MPRN) -- A group of property owners brought their case against Dow Chemical to the Michigan Supreme Court todayIt's been almost six years since the property owners first went to court, claiming dioxin contamination made their homes unsafe, and reduced their property values Locals fear political fights could cost Michigan money By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (MPRN) -- Michigan can expect about $18 billion from the economic recovery bill signed today by President ObamaSome of it will be in the form of tax breaksSome of it will be funding for public works projects that will create jobsState and local officials say they're anxious to put the money to work as soon as possibleAnd they hope that won't be delayed by fights over who controls the money Campaign to urge governor, lawmakers to fix defense counsel system By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (WKAR) - A coalition will launch a campaign tomorrow to get state officials to act on a report issued last JuneIt says Michigan fails to ensure that people who can't afford an attorney get proper legal representation, and the state may be violating the U.SConstitutionBut fixing the problem will require money the state does not have during a budget crisis Governor presents "painful" budget to Legislature By Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network Lansing, MI – Lansing, MI (MPRN) -- Governor Jennifer Granholm's budget request for the coming fiscal year cuts money for schools, universities, prisons, and health careThe governor says the recommendations are painfulBut she says the plan attacks the built-in spending pressures that created years of recurring budget deficits MSU Professors of Jazz | BackStage Pass Hard bop with jazz bassist Rodney Whitaker and colleagues from the College of Music at MSU Originally aired 1/21/09 Pages« first ‹ previous … 3404 3405 3406 3407 From NPR News Snow-Making For Skiing During Warm Winters Comes With Environmental Cost By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • 34 minutes ago In the height of ski season this year, blades of grass and patches of dirt still dot cross country ski trails in Aspen, ColoConditions like this present a conundrum for professional skiers: Their livelihood relies on snow and cold temperatures, but essentials like travel and snow-making come with an environmental cost In 'Down The River,' Walter Mosley Latest Detective Novel Deals With Dualities By editor • 34 minutes ago

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