Michigan Chronicle editor and WDET senior analyst Bankole Thompson is joined by a panel of candidate advocates to dissect the race for Wayne County Executive.
General Motors announced today its victim compensation fund could cost about $400 million for the automaker.
Fox 2 Anchor and Author Alan Lee discusses his novel, "Sandstorm," and describes his experience creating a compelling political thriller.
As part of WDET’s partnership in the Detroit Journalism Cooperative, Bankruptcy Reporter Sandra Svoboda teamed up with Bridge Magazine’s Mike Wilkinson to look at Mayor Mike Duggan’s campaign finances.
Join Craig Fahle in the live studio for the "Fahle Finale" on August 6, 7, or 8. Be part of a live studio audience as we celebrate the final days of The Craig Fahle Show.
Citizens invited to ask questions about Detroit's bankruptcy and discuss how to move their neighborhoods forward after bankruptcy.
Conflicting U.S. Court of Appeals rulings yesterday (Tue.) regarding the Affordable Care Act leave some wondering how and if Michiganders will be affected.
Metro Times reporter Ryan Felton discusses the ballot proposals and some of the candidates running in the Aug. 5 primary election.
Award-winning journalist and author Bryan Gruley discusses his mystery novel, "Skeleton Box."
Republican staffers were caught using spyglasses at a Mark Schauer campaign fundraiser.
A retired fireman tells his story of what it is like to work for the Detroit Fire Department for 38 years.
Al Jazeera Media Network spent six months tracking down three men that the FBI sent into Muslim communities to work undercover sting operations.
Emmy-award winning television news reporter Paula Tutman discusses the real life experiences that inspired the plot of her crime novel.
Bankruptcy reporter and Next Chapter Detroit blogger Sandra Svoboda speaks with Detroit Free Press reporter Matt Helms about the results of the Plan of Adjustment voting by creditors and pensioners.
Craig discusses the current political climate between Russia, Ukraine, and the European Union, after the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine.
DSO contemporary American musician and composer Jeremy Kittel plays live. Kittel will perform this week at the DSO's Mix at the Max.
Crain's Detroit Business reporter Bill Shea speaks with Craig about the potential implications of the 3-year plan to build a $450 million hockey arena and entertainment district in Detroit.
On Ernest Hemingway's birthday, a conversation about the writer's series of stories that take place in Michigan.
It's time for our weekly quiz, and today, we're asking listeners to test their knowledge of significant inventions and inventors throughout history.
Michigan Chronicle editor and WDET senior news analyst Bankole Thompson interviews Ned Staebler, Vice President of Economic Development for Wayne State University.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released a new policy statement promoting reading aloud to children daily. Craig speaks with Jason Boog: Author of Bringing Up Bookworms In A Digital Age.
Helping high school students better understand conflict resolution, diversity, civil rights, negotiation, bullying, environmental science, social justice, international affairs and how to individually foster peace within their own communities.