Today on Stateside, a Corktown resident says he hopes the "little man" isn't forgotten as Ford eyes Michigan Central Station. Also today, state schools chief Brian Whiston says, "it takes time to make reform work." And, we hear from the East Lansing native who's fashion line geared toward Muslim women is now on racks at Macy's.
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- Howes: Redeveloped train station could be Ford's ticket to millennial talent
- Corktown resident hopes "little man" isn't forgotten as Ford eyes Michigan Central Station
- Jason Singer on his band Michigander: "An underdog dream from an underdog state"
- Macy's rolls out East Lansing native's fashion line geared toward Muslim women
- Searching for lost plane, shipwreck hunters find mysterious schooner in Lake Michigan
- Psychiatrist says associating mental illness with violence distorts the facts
- "It takes time to make reform work," says state schools chief Brian Whiston