Tonight on MiWeek, the team take a look at issues making news across the state: Many Detroit areas lost power when an old power cable malfunctioned. Is this another reminder of how much work needs to happen to rebuild Detroit? As we watch the events in Ferguson, Missouri, we have to wonder: will racial profiling […]
The state’s largest city has been given the green light to exit bankruptcy, and now the work of efficiently running the city and revitalizing neighborhoods is moving forward. On the next MiWeek the team takes a close look at the city of Detroit: • What are Governor Snyder’s hopes and plans for the future of […]
Tonight the MiWeek team tackles important stories making news across Michigan: A senate bill to raise the gas tax to fix roads One lawmaker’s fight to change how Electoral College votes are counted in Michigan The impact of President Obama’s big announcement on immigration reform The Daily Show takes on water shut offs in Detroit […]
- Is a solution finally here for education in Detroit?
A new coalition is working on a reformed structure for public education. Will it work?
- Michigan's charter failure continues
Despite piles of evidence of lax oversight, lawmakers fail to act to help our kids.
- Eric Garner's life meant less than officers' pride
On video, officers who killed Eric Garner seem motivated by something other than exigency
- 'Something for nothing' won't fix Michigan's problems
Alternative road funding bill robs schools and local governments