Stateside: Detriot auto show postponed; teachers back in classrooms; Lakeside Academy investigation

Sep 24, 2020

Today on Stateside, Cornelius Fredrick died after being pinned down by staff members at the residential youth facility where he lived. A Michigan Radio investigation found that there were plenty of warning signs about the facility—and the private company that ran it—in the years leading up to the 16-year-old's death. Plus, the Detroit auto show is being pushed back until the fall of 2021. We'll talk about what that means for the city's economy. 

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Detroit auto show pushed off until fall 2021

  • Michelle Krebs is senior director of automotive relations for Cox Automotive and executive analyst for Autotrader.
  • Sandy Baruah is president and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber. 

How do you trick-or-treat in a pandemic? A Halloween zipline, of course!

  • Matt Thompson is a carpenter who lives in Garden City.

West Michigan teacher on the challenges and joys of returning to the classroom 

  • Christina Carbone Otten is a teacher at Meadowlawn Elementary in Kentwood.

"It's still not right." An investigation into Lakeside Academy.

  • Dustin Dwyer is a reporter for Michigan Radio. 

Peaceful protests for racial justice march on in Michigan

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