Tonight on One Detroit:

  • The Aftermath of Detroit’s Historic Flooding

It’s been almost three weeks since historic flooding hit the Detroit area, and people are still looking for answers as to why the region’s sewage system couldn’t handle the water. Investigations are underway, and federal help is coming.

One Detroit’s Bill Kubota talked to flood victims and BridgeDetroit reporter/editor Olivia Lewis about the widespread water damage, tainted tap water and what can be done to fix the problem the next time heavy rains come.

The Detroit Regional Chamber held its first in-person policy conference since Covid this week.

Detroit Regional Chamber CEO Sandy Baruah caught up with One Detroit contributor Nolan Finley to talk about the biggest issues facing local businesses as we move through the pandemic. 

 Retired senator Carl Levin holds the distinction of being Michigan’s longest serving senator. He talks with Stephen Henderson about his new memoir centered on his illustrious career in public office

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