Tonight, the MiWeek team takes a look at the stories making news across the state and country.Read More
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Host Christy McDonald and Stephen Henderson talk with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan for a wide-ranging interview. Plus, Governor Rick Snyder joined host Christy McDonald and contributor Nolan Finley to discuss the stalled plan for Detroit Public Schools, the Flint water crisis, his priorities for next year, and more.Read More
This week marks one full year since the City of Detroit exited bankruptcy. What has happened in that year? What comes next? Tonight the MiWeek team takes a closer look at the city's post-bankruptcy positioning in terms of public safety, education, leadership, and community development.Read More
As parents cheer wildly, kids across the state are getting ready to go back to school after Labor Day. But what kind of education are they getting here in Michigan and how does it compare to other state? Tonight on MiWeek, host Christy McDonald and weekly contributors Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson devote the entire show to education. Plus, an in-depth conversation w/ State Supt. Brian WhistonRead More
As Detroit Public Schools closes out the fiscal year with a $238 million deficit, national education experts have been visiting the City at the invitation of Excellent Schools Detroit. Christy interviews ESD CEO Dan Varner about the visits and what advice the school reformers are providing for improving education in Detroit.Read More
Join Christy McDonald for a live broadcast with analysis and behind-the-scenes information from the 2015 Mackinac Policy Conference. With a focus on Talent, Urban Revitalization, and Cohesion, it's three days of the most important issues facing Michigan, and the next best thing to being there!Read More
From Stephen Henderson, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit Free Press
It’s the only way to take some of the air out of the escalating politicization of the judicial branch.
With a reckless pen, Donald Trump scribbles numbers onto paper, and trashes austerity in favor of outright brutality.