Tonight on MiWeek:
- ENGLER TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESS – MSU Interim President John Engler testifies before a Congressional subcommittee about the changes MSU has put in place to protect amateur athletes following the Larry Nassar abuse scandal. The MiWeek roundtable analyzes what Engler had to say and whether the changes at the University are enough.
- LACK OF DETROIT HOTELS – The NCAA says the main reason Detroit lost the bid for future men’s basketball Final Four games was because the city’s hotels did not have the capacity to house each of the four teams in its own hotel. The MiWeek roundtable discusses the lack of large hotels and its impact on future bids for large events.
- CALLEY & SCHUETTE – As the Michigan Primary draws near, Republican candidate for governor, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, is verbally attacking front-runner Atty. Gen. Bill Schuette about how little time he has actually spent on the job over the past eight years. The MiWeek roundtable takes a look at this latest sparring between the top GOP candidates.
- SILENCE THE VIOLENCE – In this special One Detroit report, residents in the IslandView neighborhood hold a march called “Silence the Violence” to send a message about gun violence and draw awareness to the issue as a community.