12/3/15: Mass Shooting / Chief Craig on Terrorism / The State of Education in Michigan
Tonight, the MiWeek team examines the issues making news across the state and nation:
- California Mass Shooting – Another tragic mass shooting has taken more than a dozen lives, this time at a social services agency in California. The MiWeek team debates gun control and other measures needed to keep America safer.
- Chief Craig on Terrorism – In a Detroit News interview, Police Chief James Craig suggests that terrorists wouldn’t likely attack in Detroit because there are too many citizens with concealed pistol licenses who could shoot back. The MiWeek team analyzes his comments.
- The State of Education in Michigan – Christy McDonald has a wide-ranging interview with the head of The Education Trust-Midwest, Amber Arellano, on recent test scores, state education rankings, teacher development, and more.
- Wayne County Commissioners – In his Sunday column, Nolan wrote that the Wayne County Commissioners have the best part-time job in the state. That’s because they earn $70,000 a year and get retirement benefits. The MiWeek team looks at how this impacts the county, which is trying to avoid bankruptcy.
Watch the full episode:
Finley: Wayne commissioners have best part-time jobPolice Chief Craig: Armed Detroiters cut terror riskChristy McDonald's FULL episode with Amber Arellano, head of The Education Trust-Midwest
12/3/15: A Conversation with Amber Arellano
12/10/15: Detroit: One Year After Bankruptcy