Tonight on One Detroit:
- FLINT ANNIVERSARY: It’s been five years since Flint switched its drinking water source to the Flint River, triggering a major health crisis in that city. In this One Detroit report, we update how residents are doing, and Stephen talks with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha about what we’ve learned and the concerns that remain.
- DINGELL & UPTON: Nolan talks with Michigan Congressional members Debbie Dingell and Fred Upton about the impeachment inquiry against President Trump and how it is impacting the other work of lawmakers in Washington.
- ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN: In this One Detroit report, we learn how a popular Chinese dish — almond boneless chicken — got its start right here in Michigan.
- SKILLED TRADES CAREERS: This report for Detroit Public Television’s American Graduate initiative looks at how the Detroit Public Schools Community District’s Randolph Career Technical Center is preparing students for high-demand careers in the skilled trades.