Michigan State University's interim president and former Gov. John Engler has appointed an interim athletic director and said that no candidates from MSU would be considered for the permanent job. He has also ordered MSU staff to preserve anything that could be evidence for various sexual assault investigations.
Senior news analyst Jack Lessenberry and Michigan Radio's Morning Edition host Doug Tribou discuss Engler's decisions.
They also talk about a new study that says there's a definitive link between the switch to the Flint River and a Legionnaire's disease outbreak, questions surrounding Democrat Abdul El-Sayed's legal eligibility to run for governor, and new Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia.