'Michigan Matters' Big Four: What’s Next For Joe Louis Arena, Flint Water Woes And DPSPaul Sabatini, chairman of the NAIAS, asked Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan about the future of Joe Louis Arena with the new hockey arena being built.
Michigan Matters: Getting Detroiters Back To WorkCarol Cain sits down with Mike Finney who just left Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration to focus full time on a program called Community Ventures Resources. Mike then joins Oakland County Executive, L. Brooks Patterson and Denise Ilitch, CEO of Ilitch Enterprises on the roundtable.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Putting At-Risk Employees Back To WorkThe situation isn't lost on Michael Finney as more Detroiters are out of work and habitually unemployed when there is a growing need for more trained workers than ever before.
L. Brooks Patterson: Anyone But Trump Would Be 'Dead Meat' After Muslim Immigration CommentsOakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson -- a republican -- said that he's surprised Trump's candidacy has lasted this long.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Terrorist Attacks Toll On Muslims In Metro DetroitWith recent terrorist attacks in Paris and ISIS taking responsibility, local Muslim leaders in Metro Detroit are on guard, two leaders from the Michigan Muslim Community Council told host Carol Cain on "Michigan Matters."
Brooks Patterson Orders Departments Under County Control To Cease Support Of Syrian RefugeesPatterson cited the lax immigration policies of the federal government and the inability to guaranty there will be no ISIS infiltrators among the refugees as reasons the project should not move forward.
Michigan Matters: D-Insurance DebateHost Carol Cain looks at D-insurance. Is it the solution to Detroit’s skyrocketing auto insurance prices? Guests with opposing points of view join Carol.
Michigan Matters: Protecting Michigan Waterways And The Political LandscapeThe first Democratic presidential debate, the implosion of the Detroit Lions, The FBI looking at Gov. Snyder’s EAA and DPS and issues revolving around Flint’s lead tainted water are discussed by this week's roundtable.
Michigan Matters Focus: Syrian Refugees In Michigan, Construction Apprentices And Pope FrancisWith more construction taking place across Metro Detroit, the end result is a need for more skilled trades and that includes apprentices.
Michigan Matters: Aviation
Michigan Matters: Autos & LeMay MuseumCarol Cain looks at the automotive industry with John McElroy, David Madeira, and Rod Alberts.
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: Talk Of Detroit Lions, Tigers And MoreCarol Cain talks with John Hope Bryant, the founder, chairman and CEO of the nonprofit Operation HOPE, an organization dedicated to helping people discover financial security.