Tonight on MiWeek:
- MSU CRISIS WIDENS: Additional abuse accusations surface at Michigan State University, and Larry Nassar’s former boss is the target. Plus, there’s news that MSU spent $500,000 on social media tracking to keep tabs on what people were saying about the school. The MiWeek team analyzes these alarming new developments and their impact on MSU.
- GUN DEBATE: A surprise volley in the ongoing debate over gun control when retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens suggests a repeal of the Second Amendment might be in order. The MiWeek team weighs in on Stevens’ provocative idea.
- HEADLINES: The MiWeek team talks about a couple more stories that made headlines this week: Governor Snyder’s push to get regional transit on this year’s ballot, and the political drama in Macomb County that left the County Clerk jobless.
- ISLANDVIEW: In this special One Detroit report, Christy and the One Detroit production team sit in on a meeting of residents in Detroit’s Islandview neighborhood to hear about the changes and concerns in that eastside community.