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Tonight on MiWeek: FORD CORKTOWN - Ford announces more details on its planned $740 million development plans for Corktown and the former Michigan Central Train Station. The MiWeek team talks about Ford's investment and its impact on the Corktown...read more
8/09/18: 2018 MICHIGAN PRIMARY / GOVERNOR’S RACE / PINK WAVE OF WOMEN / CONGRESSIONAL RACES / U.S. SENATE RACE
Tonight on MiWeek: 2018 MICHIGAN PRIMARY - Voters turned out in droves for Michigan's Primary, shattering a 40-year-old primary elections record. The MiWeek team analyzes the huge turnout and the problems it caused at some polling places. GOVERNOR'S RACE...read more
Tonight on MiWeek: GUBERNATORIAL RACE- As the Michigan Primary nears, the MiWeek roundtable analyzes the gubernatorial race and looks at the latest polls and candidate endorsements. 13th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT - Residents in Michigan's 13th Congressional...read more
The Detroit Journalism Cooperative invited all major party candidates to the Detroit Public Television studio for individual, hour-long interviews with a panel of its reporters.read more
7/26/18: Engler Testifies Before Congress / Lack of Detroit Hotels / Calley & Schuette / Silence the Violence
MSU Interim President John Engler testified before a Congressional subcommittee about the changes MSU has put in place to protect amateur athletes following the Larry Nassar abuse scandal. The MiWeek roundtable analyzes what Engler had to say and whether the changes at the University are enough. Plus, the NCAA says the main reason Detroit lost the bid for future men’s basketball Final Four games was because the city’s hotels did not have the capacity to house each of the four teams in its own hotel. How does the lack of large hotels impact future bids for large events? And as the Michigan Primary draws near, Republican candidate for governor, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, is verbally attacking front-runner Atty. Gen. Bill Schuette about how little time he has actually spent on the job over the past eight years.read more
What does ‘neighboring’ look like in Detroit’s Islandview neighborhood? Christy McDonald reports.read more
Today the Detroit Journalism Cooperative posted interviews of the candidates. Check out the full interviews at MiWeek.org.
The MiWeek team discusses last-minute sparring and political attacks. Plus, a groundbreaking ceremony for the Gordie Howe International Bridge took place this week, the MiWeek talks about the economic impact for Detroit and Windsor. And a special report from the Detroit neighborhood of Islandview– visit The Commons coffee shop and laundry mat.
Anti-gerrymandering activists rally outside Deloitte’s Detroit office asking Michigan Chamber of Commerce Chair, and Deloitte Managing Partner, Mark Davidoff to drop a lawsuit against the reform measure. The MiWeek team talks about the ballot proposal and this latest protest.read more
D.L.I.V.E., a program at Detroit’s Sinai-Grace Hospital aimed at reducing gun violence in the city, gets national exposure in the L.A. Times. We take a look at a One Detroit report on the D.L.I.V.E. program, which stands for: DETROIT LIFE IS VALUABLE EVERYDAY.read more
Trump makes his choice for the U.S. Supreme Court in wake of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, an anti-gerrymandering activists rally outside Deloitte’s Detroit office, the Detroit Auto Show is reportedly moving to June from January in 2020, plus, a program at Detroit’s Sinai-Grace Hospital aimed at reducing gun violence in the city, gets national exposure in the L.A. Times. Episode 709read more