Michigan Matters: Of Politics & Pandemic: Evans, Coulter, Barnett, Wild Weigh InIt was talk of politics, flooding, pandemic and a major gas leak as Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett and Westland Mayor William Wild appear on “Michigan Matters” (airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62) to talk about an action-packed time in the region.
Wayne County Executive Warren Evans on His Role as a Leader, Life in Public ServiceWayne County Executive Warren Evans joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect, to share how his early life impacted his career and what advice he'd give to our state's future public servants.
Michigan Matters: The "Big Four" Talk Pandemic, Trump, Road AheadDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel – the region’s “Big Four” political leaders - appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (airing at its new time - 7:30 am ) to talk with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the year, pressing issues, and what’s ahead.
Michigan Matters: Warren Evans, David Coulter Talk Pandemic Fallout and Road AheadWayne County Executive Warren Evans and Oakland County Executive David Coulter took time from their hectic schedules to appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to discuss the pandemic’s impact on their counties.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: "Big Four" Plus One Debate Regional Transit At Breakfast ClubOn this weeks Michigan Matters, Carol Cain moderates the 2020 Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club Forum, featuring Mayor Mike Duggan, Executive Mark Hackel, Executive David Coulter, Executive Warren Evans, and Jason Morgan.
Michigan Matters: Congressman John Dingell's Imprint and Helping the CommunityCongressman John Dingell’s legacy went far beyond Detroit or Michigan as the Michigan Matters roundtable of Warren Evans, Sandy Baruah, and Amy Nederlander talked about as they joined Host Carol Cain and shared stories.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: Big Four Leaders Square Off On Regional TransitIt was a verbal traffic jam as the Metro Detroit region’s Big Four political leaders squared off at the Detroit Economic Club’s annual luncheon at the North American International Auto Show to talk about transit.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Soccer Anyone? Ford Teams With Gores/Gilbert In MLS Detroit Bid, Plus Motor City Mayoral Match UpThe Fords are joining the Gores and Gilbert families in putting their billions and economic prowess behind a plan to try and bring a MLS Team to the Motor City.
Wife Of Wayne County Executive Resigns County Job After Questions RaisedCiting a desire to remove the "mere appearance" of being unethical, Renata Seals McCord tendered her resignation.
Wayne County Exec. Shows Love For 'Top Gun' In Emagine Theatres AdHe also stresses responsible drinking.
MLS Stadium Might Happen After All: Gilbert To Make Offer For Wayne County Jail Site, Report SaysGilbert might swoop in and make a reasonable offer for the site before construction on the jail resumes, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Wayne County Executive Will Defend Rights Of Residents In Wake Of Trump's Immigration OrdersEvans told WWJ Newsradio 950 that while his administration will cooperate with the federal government, he will continue to defend the rights of all Wayne County residents.
Wayne County To Move Forward With Downtown Jail ProjectWayne County Executive Warren Evans said Friday that Walsh Construction will receive the request for a proposal on February 10 to complete the unfinished jail -- which sits on the corner of Gratiot Ave. and St. Antoine St.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: 'Big Four' Sound Off On Fouts & TrumpIt was another sold out Detroit Economic Club “Big Four” luncheon as Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel and Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson – took to the NAIAS stage at Cobo Center and discussed issues.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Wayne County’s New Chapter, Bombastic Presidential RaceWayne County may have emerged from the consent decree it was put under by the state 14 months ago, but tough work is still ahead including talk revolving around its controversial county jail.