A local pastor accuses the Holland Department of Public Safety of excessive force during a recent arrest she videotaped. The Sentinel's Sarah Leach and Audra Gamble discuss the issue and the precarious position police are in when stopping suspects.
The Sentinel's Audra Gamble, Sarah Leach, and Brian Vernellis discuss the journalistic process involved with covering lawsuits. In this case, lawsuits filed against Holland Christian and Providence Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Zeeland.
Sentinel editor Sarah Leach and digital director Brian Vernellis discuss the importance of investigative journalism, in light of Indianapolis Star reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski's panel on the Larry Nassar story at Grand Valley State.
The city of Holland and Holland Township are taking different approaches in their searches for a city and township manager, respectively. Sentinel municipal government reporter Sydney Smith details their searches.
Former sports physician Larry Nassar was sentenced today for his decades of sexual misconduct with gymnasts and other athletes. The Sentinel's Audra Gamble, Chris Zadorozny, and Brian Vernellis discuss the case and what's next for Michigan State and its leadership.
"From the Newsroom" is joined by special guests Mark Bauerlein of Emory University and Jeffrey Polet of Hope College to discuss their panel discussion at Hope on President Trump and his effect on American democracy.
Moderator Jeffery Polet of Hope College leads the panel discussion with New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein, and historian Sam Tanenhaus during the Kirk on Campus event on Nov. 16 at the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts at Hope College.