This episode of Flashpoint examines the idea of a new Detroit and changes to the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The Flashpoint panel discusses how Detroiters should view toxic events in the city's history.
How will the M-1 rail construction on Woodward Avenue change the route of the Thanksgiving Day Parade?
Two bloggers join the show with very differing opinions of race in Detroit.
Experts joined Devin Scillian Sunday morning to talk about bankruptcy and a new gas tax in Michigan.
Saunteel Jenkins joined Devin Scillian to talk about why she left the Detroit City Council to become the CEO of THAW.
The experts debate whether or not bankruptcy was the right move for the city of Detroit.
As Detroit heads toward getting out of Chapter 9 bankruptcy, experts talk about whether it was handled correctly.
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr talks to Devin Scillian about Judge Rhodes' decision to approve the city's bankruptcy exit plan. Watch the rest of the Flashpoint episode here.
The roundtable on election results and Detroit's bankruptcy exit plan's approval.
Devin shows you his conversation with democratic governor candidate Mark Schauer.
Devin met with republican Rick Snyder, who is hoping to be re-elected as governor of Michigan.
The panel talked about the importance of the bankruptcy decision, what the decision means and what will happen going forward.
The panel continued to discuss the elections, and examined how informed voters actually are when they head to the polls.
In the first segment, Devin Scillian met with a political panel to discuss how important voter turnout is to the coming election.
Devin Scillian sits down with both candidates for Michigan governor.
Two politicians battled it out on this week's episode of Flashpoint.
Devin Scillian and his guests discuss grad student Alex B. Hill’s research on how race plays in to Detroit’s renaissance.
Flashpoint's discussion turns to politics in Detroit with elections looming.
The conversation on politics continued Sunday on Flashpoint
This week's episode of Flashpoint ends with Devin Scillian's 3 and Out.
10/19/14: We ask City Council members James Tate and Raquel Castaneda-Lopez, development leaders Rodrick Miller and Arthur Jemison, and business writers Tom Walsh and Daniel Howes.
Devin Scillian talks to representatives from the political parties about Sunday's debate and the election in general.
With all the political advertisements making claims, Devin Scillian gets to the bottom of which of those claims are true.
Devin Scillian takes a look at three of the biggest stories from this week in Metro Detroit.
Devin Scillian discusses the politics surrounding elections and Detroit's bankruptcy in Sunday's roundtable.
Devin Scillian recaps some of the week's biggest stories.
Bernie Smilovitz joins Devin Scillian to talk about the turmoil surrounding Dave Brandon and the Michigan football program.
Flashpoint continues online as guests discuss the end of Kevyn Orr's tenure in Detroit in this web-only segment.
Former Lions Lomas Brown and Herman Moore joined the show to discuss the NFL scandals.
Devin Scillian leads a discussion about what the recent NFL scandals mean about the league and our society as a whole.
Devin Scillian and the Flashpoint guests discuss what should happen to players like Ray Rice after their abuse incidents.
James Craig, Kym Worthy and Benny Napolean discuss why so many people are leaving Detroit and ways to change that.
Detroiter Jason Hall talks about biking in Detroit and his recent appearance in an Apple iPad commercial.
After Sunday's Flashpoint, the panel bid farewell to the venerable show's old set.
Devin Scillian examines critical issues surrounding Metro Detroit in this week's roundtable discussion.
In our primetime special "First Block," we talk to three culinary leaders about the new and exciting tastes coming to Detroit.
What Ferguson, MO says about life in 2014, and a preview of Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.
Local Chaldeans on how ISIS affects them, plus filmmaker Kristian Hill on losing part of his Detroit music documentary to thieves.
Mike Duggan and other guests join Devin Scillian for this week's roundtable discussion.
Devin Scillian leads a discussion about the latest news surrounding Metro Detroit in this weekend's episode of Flashpoint.
Devin Scillian talks about the biggest news surrounding Detroit with Chris Ilitch
Devin Scillian discusses the latest issues surrounding Metro Detroit in this week's roundtable discussion.
Devin Scillian examines the latest issues surrounding Metro Detroit in this week's roundtable discussion.
Devin Scillian examines critical issues surrounding Detroit in this week's roundtable discussion.
Devin Scillian examines the latest issues around Metro Detroit in this week's roundtable discussion.
Flashpoint moves to clickonDetroit.com in this extra web segment.
The M-1 line finds itself $12 million short while conversations begin on a new rail line that would go right across the straight.
Devin Scillian talks about the week's events in this week's roundtable discussion.
Sandra Ali talks about the week's events in this week's roundtable discussion.
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr discusses the city's future as he sees it.
The founder and director of the renowned Heidelberg Project in Detroit sit down with Flashpoint to talk about being artists in the city.
Mayor-Elect Mike Duggan (@TransitionDET) on his priorities for Detroit and artist Tyree Guyton and Heidelberg Project Executive Director Jenenne Whitfield on art and arson (@HeidelbergProj).
Critical national issues affect Detroit.
As election day draws near, Benny Napoleon and Mike Duggan vie to become Detroit's next mayor.
A little more than a week away from the election, roundtable talks about race and racism as they intersect with politics in Detroit.
FlashPoint: Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013
Not quite all the president's men, but several arrive in Detroit with checkbooks at the ready. Governor Snyder talks about what's coming and then the roundtable discuses whether it's a difference maker for the city.
Mayor Dave Bing says Detroit is worse off since Kevyn Orr was appointed Emergency Manager 6 months ago and has advice for the next mayor of Detroit.
The round table discusses another busy week in Detroit, after a new chief of police was named and a man was stabbed at a gas station while no one stepped in to help him.
The roundtable talks about the regionalization of Detroit and what Kevyn Orr's axe will slice first.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano on his budget battles, plus the roundtable.
Detroit schools are becoming the incredible shrinking district, but Roy Roberts has a sweeping new plan he believes can change that.
The roundtable tackles topics on Detroit Mayor Bing's potential re-election to Michigan’s no fault insurance laws.
The round table talks about companies funding schools and buses and the sister of a Michigan man imprisoned in Iran more than a year talk about the family's pleas for his freedom. Visit freeamir.org.
Should you pay more when you shop online? Plus a local hamburger joint paying its employees $15 an hour.
Rep. Mike Rogers discusses Syria and a new kind of business conference.
Detroit Public School's emergency manager Jack Martin is here to talk about the school year ahead and the roundtable will take on common core, Medicaid expansion and more.
More roundtable on Kevyn Orr’s controversial comments to the Wall Street Journal.
From money pit to entertainment destination, developers set their eyes on a piece of Detroit.
A conversation about Detroit's finances and the Detroit City FC.
The roundtable takes a look at the incredible shrinking Detroit City Council including the disappearance of Charles Pugh, and can Mike Duggan's write-in campaign for Detroit mayor really work?
The round table panel talks about the residency rules that tripped up Mike Duggan’s run for mayor and the huge downtown development that doesn't seem to fear the prospect of bankruptcy.
Michigan’s business and political leaders gather for the annual conclave on Mackinac Island.
Flashpoint talks with Detroit's new emergency financial manager and a businessman's big plans to transform the city.
Sen. Carl Levin talks with Flashpoint about his decision not to run again.
Detroit City Council members on the case they'll make in Lansing, plus Cardinal Adam Maida on choosing the next Pope.
More in-depth discussion from the roundtable on Detroit's future after Gov. Snyder's emergency financial manager decision for Detroit
Devin Scillian looks at two highly anticipated decisions in Detroti, Gov. Snyder's decision on an EFM and the jury is still out in the Kwame Kilpatrick federal corruption trial.
Mayor Bing expands on the State of the City, plus our roundtable on how much Detroit controls its own future.
The Governor's budget priorities, Democratic Party politics, and experts on Kwame Kilpatrick's future.
Devin Scillian talks about proposed changes to the Electoral College.
Devin Scillian talks with three members from Detroit City Council about recent decisions made.
From Belle Isle to the Greektown Casino, we talk about changes on the horizon and what's best for Detroit.
The roundtable on Gov. Rick Snyder's State of the State, gun control, and the Kwame Kilpatrick trial. Plus, a tour of the can't-miss cars at the Auto Show.
Devin Scillian talks with the architects of Detroit Future City and has the latest on the Kwame Kilpatrick trial.
This weekend's episode starts with an explanation from Rob Parker.
In addition to anchoring Local 4 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., Devin Scillian is also the host of "Flashpoint," Local 4's weekly community hot topic program which airs Sundays at 10 a.m.
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