Republican challenger for Michigan attorney general Matthew DePerno joins us to talk about his candidacy. He then joined our panel in the second segment to discuss the SCOTUS opinion leak on Roe and other election topics.
In Detroit, the month of March is happily welcomed for the warmer days still ahead. But across the world, March also is reserved for Women’s History Month- and Tuesday is International Women’s Day.
Washington — Michigan attorneys, elected officials and other residents warmly welcomed President Joe Biden’s selection of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for the U.S. Supreme Court, calling her pick as the first Black woman nominee historic and long overdue.
On Friday Biden revealed Jackson, who grew up in Miami, as his choice to succeed retiring Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, calling her“one of our nation’s brightest legal minds.”
DETROIT (FOX 2) – The reaction has been mixed with the newly drawn voting maps in Michigan – which will literally change the political landscape.
The past few months we heard the cries from Black elected officials, voting groups, and voters about being overlooked by Michigan’s Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission.
DETROIT, MI (WXYZ) — The Detroit Association of Black Organizations is offering free rapid COVID-19 testing to any Metro Detroiter looking for a test.
The organization will hold its pop-up test site at The Sheffield Center at 12048 Grand River Detroit, MI 48204.
DETROIT – The community is honoring an 11-year-old boy for keeping his composure when he and his three siblings were kidnapped last month by a woman driving a van in Detroit.
Officials said they pulled over Stephanie Marie Binder, 37, of Detroit, around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday (Nov. 30) in the area of Grand River and Evergreen avenues for running a red light.
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan’s redistricting process is well underway and researchers at Michigan State say in a new report that the independent commission tasked with drawing the new maps has shown no sign of partisanship, but Republicans still have a slight upper hand and there’s growing controversy around Black representation.
Michigan’s new independent redistricting commission, and the draft political maps it has drawn, are headed into a storm next week at TCF Center in Detroit, to say the least.
Bishop Horace Sheffield breaks down his opposition to Proposal P. Check out Detroit Wants 2 Know Fridays at 5:00 AM on WKBD CW 50.