Flashpoint 9/1/19: Preventing dog attacks in Detroit; weighing in on Michigan students' test scores

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DETROIT - Here is what to expect on Sunday's episode of Flashpoint: 

What can be done about dangerous dogs in the city of Detroit? Just recently, a 9-year-old girl from southwest Detroit was mauled to death by three bit bull dogs after they escaped from a neighbor's yard.

This isn't the first time a child has been killed by dangerous dogs in Detroit. People want to prevent similar situations from happening in the future. The topic was discussed in length on Sunday's episode of Flashpoint.

Are Michigan students' test scores a disappointment or a step in the right direction? That is another topic that was discussed with Tonya Allen, president and CEO of the Skillman Foundation. 

Segment One: 

A discussion on how to prevent dog attacks with Randy Bruce, Farmington Hills City Council member; Kristina Rinaldi, executive director of Detroit Dog Rescue; and Charlie Beckman, former group exec. of Neighbors, City of Detroit. 

Segment Two: 

Tonya Allen, president and CEO of the Skillman Foundation.

Segment Three: 

Flashpoint host Devin Scillian wraps up this week's episode. 

 

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