A Closer Look At Pothole Season: What To KnowPothole season is here a bit early, but here's what you should know.
Michigan Matters: Fixing Michigan's Crumbling RoadsMichigan Matters Host Carol Cain talks with MDOT Director Paul Ajegba about the state’s infrastructure issues and what's being done to fix them.
Michigan Matters: 2020 Focus on Donald Trump, Roads, and GamblingDenise Ilitch, Rocky Raczkowski and Charlie Beckham appeared with Host Carol Cain on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as they dived in on issues that will impact our region in 2020.
STUDY: Detroit Is The Worst City In The Nation To Drive InDetroit's roads were ranked as the worst city to drive in, in a recent WalletHub report.
Michigan Matters: The Road to Mackinac and Celebrity College Admissions ScandalCarol Cain takes a look at a fascinating new project called I.Detroit.. which will tell the story of the Motor City through the eyes of 100 people.
Michigan GOP Leader Open to ‘New Revenue' To Fix RoadsSenate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey says says there's "no way" Michigan's road woes can be fixed without there being "new revenue" for infrastructure, but he isn't embracing specific ways to spend more on roadwork.
Whitmer Endorses Hands-Free Driving BillGov. Gretchen Whitmer said on Tuesday, that Michigan is facing two crisis, aging infrastructure and a lagging education system.
Road and Education Were Whitmer Top Concern In State of the State AddressGov. Gretchen Whitmer said on Tuesday, that Michigan is facing two crisis, aging infrastructure and a lagging education system.
Study: Michigan Has The Worst Roads In The NationA new study has placed Michigan as dead last in road quality.
State Forest Roads In Michigan Get InventoriedThe state says it spent two years mapping and reviewing the conditions of the network of roads. Computer mapping technology was used to consolidate previously mapped roads into a single, comprehensive database.
Report: Michigan To Face $2B Budget Squeeze In General FundTax cuts, increased road construction, past economic development incentives and other factors will combine to reduce or divert state revenue by $2 billion annually in just over four years.