Today on the show, we hear the story of how three women in Michigan found the vaccine for whooping cough. We also learn how Michigan students' 2017 test scores stack up against those in other states. And, we speak with a Battle Creek mom who chose to panhandle to raise money for her daughter's Michigan State University tuition.
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- 2017 test scores show Michigan students lag behind those in other states
- Panhandling for tuition: Battle Creek mom does what she can to send daughter to MSU
- Retiring mental health leader: Hospitals and politicians must step up, jails no place for treatment
- The story of how three women in Michigan found the vaccine for whooping cough
- It's a constant worry for Michigan farmers: Will I have enough workers?