We’ve been talking about the bad condition of Michigan roads for a while and now the legislature and Governor Snyder have reached a deal on how much money will be used to fix the state’s roads and bridges. However, it’s only a drop in the bucket for the total amount that’s needed.Read More
State Senator Virgil Smith faces felony charges following a shooting incident at his Detroit home involving his ex-wife. He's been removed from Senate committees and caucus duties. But is that enough? The MiWeek team discusses the limited options in the State Constitution for removing legislators.Read More
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Proposal 1 to fix the state’s roads went down in defeat. What’s the fallout and what happens now? What will lawmakers propose next? The MiWeek team tackles these questions.Read More
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Detroit Journalism Cooperative Regional Editor Scott McCartney learned of Juarez’s case a day after she heard she’d have to leave the country...Read More
ICE deportations over the weekend traumatize Metro Detroit Chaldean communityRead More
TONIGHT at 7:30 pm on MiWeek, Christy McDonald and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative unpack the story of Maria Garcia Juarez.Read More
Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson
Survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shooting are getting organized. And they demand to be heard.
"Right now, the mood is quite dejected among people who are looking to secure a permanent solution."
From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News
New owner Joe Serventi lowers the price structure and brings back some popular dishes
Were not done. Weve still got a lot of basketball to play, senior Lourawls Tum Tum Nairn told the crowd.