A tentative deal has been reached between Detroit bankruptcy officials and pension board leaders.
Lawmakers return to the state Capitol this week after their spring break, and they’ll be greeted with budget negotiations.
Director of Great Lakes Environmental Law Center Nick Schroeck speaks with Craig about a potential new environmental review ahead of the costly expansion planned for I-94 in Detroit.
Metro Times reporter Ryan Felton returns to WDET this week for a conversation about the publication's annual marijuana-themed 420 Issue. Felton and Craig discuss the ongoing legislation, controversy and development of marijuana dispensaries in Michigan and around the country. Plus, a discussion about Felton's recent piece on Detroit's "grand bargain."
Internationally-renowned saxophonist and 2014 Detroit Jazz Fest artist in residence Joshua Redman joins Craig to discuss this year's festival lineup and the acts you won't want to miss.
Groups working to support early childhood education through programs such as Head Start announced the formation of a new $4.5 million fund to benefit the programs in Detroit.
The deal would likely have created a regional water authority shared by Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. Now the city will likely consider a plan for the privatization of the water department.
New Detroit Lions Head Coach Jim Caldwell and UAW-Ford partner to share with 300 Detroit high school student-athletes the importance of sportsmanship and respect.
Dan Caplinger explains how millions of others are paying more on their taxes and how to plan to pay less on 2014's taxes.
What happens in family dynamics when a child starts to lose empathy for others? What can adults do to help youth deal with lack of hope or feelings that lead to violence?
Reports of Russian military and Russian allies moving into the eastern portion of Ukraine, and reports of shots fired between Ukrainian and Russian forces, beg the question… how close is Ukraine to civil war?
Detroit Free Press Columnist Stephen Henderson won the Pulitzer Prize for his commentary on Detroit's bankruptcy.
Hani Bawardi is the author of The Making of Arab Americans: From Syrian Nationalism to U.S. Citizenship. He discusses the history of Arabs in America and the impacts of political strife on the immigrant community.
After US Bankruptcy Court Judge Steve Rhodes' ruling approving the $85 million swaps deal Friday, Sandra Svoboda explains how this deal could affect pensioners and the plan of adjustment.
The Pistons are going to miss the playoffs for a fifth consecutive year. It was announced over the weekend that Pistons GM and President Joe Dumars will be stepping down.
Detroit Police Department Captain and Wayne State University Police Chief join Craig to discuss what causes youth violence and how to respond to the pervasive issue.
Tomorrow is the last day to file taxes. How well do you know about tax history? Take the quiz and find out.
Wendell Anthony discusses this past week Americans commemorated the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Right Act.
How family businesses survive through generational changes.
The MC5 guitarist, Wayne Kramer discusses his first jazz album set to come out on April 19, for Record Store Day. Kramer spoke about his time in Lexington Prison during the mid-70's and the people he met.
This week on the Follies: Mike Rogers endorses former state Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop as replacement. Justin Amash faces primary against owner of Goodrich theater chain. Dave Bing says Andy Dillon lied to him repeatedly during negotiations. Belle isle is state park, now a place to get arrested and cited.
Wayne State University's Philosophy Department presents a lecture titled "A Theory of Propaganda" by Yale Philosophy Professor, Jason Stanley. Stanley joins Craig to discuss how propaganda impacts us as individuals and as a society.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra plays with Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, Tweety, and Wile E. Coyote in “Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II".
Dr. Alan Kurta; Professor Biology Eastern Michigan University discusses the white nose syndrome that is affecting Michigan bates.
Paul Eisenstein; Publisher of DetroitBureau.com discusses on the Craig Fahle show if cars are getting more dangerous.
A new book chronicles the historic and sometimes forgotten political battles that preceded the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The state is touting tens of thousands of people signing up and being enrolled in a new expanded Medicaid program since April 1.
The Atlantic takes a look at the use of stop-and-frisk policing in American cities.
WDET's Senior Political Analyst Bankole Thompson discusses Gary Peters' and Terri Lynn Land's race for US Senate and what's at stake for Michigan democrats.
Marcus Belgrave performs live in the studio with is wife, Joan, and tells WDET's Travis Wright about his career.
Sandra Svoboda of Next Chapter Detroit breaks down what you need to know about Detroit's newest deals and bankruptcy plans.
A new comic book, 25 Ways to Say No developed by a native Detroiter, aims to give children different ways to tell their peers that they don’t want drugs or alcohol.