This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain travels to the beautifully-renovated Cobo Ballroom during the 2014 North American International Auto Show to emcee the Detroit Economic Club/Detroit Auto Dealers Association luncheon.
“Everybody’s tired of the scandals, they want good ethical leaders,” he said.
A meeting of the so-called “Big Four” metro Detroit leaders is known to draw a crowd, but it was an unexpected sign that stole the show Thursday.
Governor Rick Snyder believes Michigan’s emergency responders are well-prepared, but
you never take it for granted.
On money woes – specifically the Motor City’s fiscal crisis — Patterson said Detroit needed an emergency financial manager to start, “kicking ass and taking names” to get its house in order.
Fox 2 investigative reporter Charlie LeDuff discussed the latest news that Wayne County’s chief information officer was allegedly shaking down contractors for money, trips and more. How far does the corruption go? Why is so much money being funneled […]
Two local news stars, Detroit Free Press columnist M.L. Elrick and TV news’ Charlie LeDuff, joined Charlie Langton in the studio to discuss the corruption that seems to be overflowing in Wayne County politics.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano is writing a blog this week about his experiences during a trade mission to Japan, China and South Korea.
Wayne County Commissioners have given their unanimous approval to County Executive Robert Ficano’s $530 million general fund budget.
A judge has ruled that Robert Ficano needed the Wayne County Commission’s approval before cutting pay to union workers.