Laura speaks with Crain's Detroit Business reporter Amy Haimerl about the future of Detroit finances and business.
Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines to discuss the stories making news in recent weeks.
A panel discussion about the issues surrounding literacy among DPS and other public high school students.
A live opera performance in the WDET studios from Baritone Jeff Byrnes and Accompanist Jean Schneider to preview the Michigan Opera Theatre's premiere of "Elektra."
MiWeek's Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson join Laura to discuss last week's Gubernatorial Town Hall debate and the stories making headlines this week.
Bankole Thompson is joined by Chairperson of the Michigan Democratic Party Lon Johnson.
WDET's Bankole Thompson sits down with Robert Schostak, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party.
Metro Parent's Julia Elliott and eScholastic Vice President Maggie McGuire on helping kids develop a passion for reading.
WDET's own Jay Butler and Funk Brother Dennis Coffey on the impact of Detroit's musical legacy.
WDET's Amy Miller speaks with Mayor of Birmingham Scott Moore about plans for the city, it's legacies and it's reputation
Jazz pianist Gary Schunk speaks with WDET's Alex Trajano about his blue collar approach. Schunk says he's not just a jazz player, but a jazz professional.
Wayne State University Associate Professor of History Aaron Retish discusses the latest developments in Ukraine.
WDET's Amy Miller gets the facts on facts and speaks with the authors of "1,339 Quite Interesting Facts To Make Your Jaw Drop."
Laura sits down with Christy McDonald to discuss last night's Gubernatorial Town Hall with Gov. Snyder and Democratic challenger Mark Schauer.
Detroit Free Press Editorial Page Editor Stephen Henderson and Detroit News Editorial Page Editor Nolan Finley discuss some of the week's big stories in Detroit, and look ahead to Sunday's Gubernatorial Town Hall.
Two of the greatest jazz bassists talk about Jazz education in Michigan with WDET's own Alex Trajano.
Veteran news anchor Sherry Margolis has been covering Detroit for more years than most other journalists here. Laura Weber Davis speaks with Margolis about how things have changed.
In WDET's on-going series of interviews with Detroit area mayors, Laura Weber Davis speaks with Ann Arbor mayor, John Hieftje, about his precarious position between citizens and the University of Michigan.
Wayne State University First Lady, Jacqueline Wilson, speaks with Laura Weber Davis about The HIGH Program which offers assistance to financially stressed students.
WDET's bankruptcy reporter and Next Chapter Detroit blogger Sandra Svoboda joins Laura to recap the latest news in Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.
A panel discussion on issues important to women ahead of next month's election.
Laura takes a look at the latest political ads with Bridge Magazine Editor David Zeman.
Clarinetist Charlie Gabriel and Creative Director Ben Jaffe discuss the legacy of Preservation Hall with WDET’s Travis Wright.
A look at how conflict in the Middle East is affecting local businesses and corporations based in Michigan.
A discussion about Asia's rise as a leading force in the global economy.
Laura and Saeed discuss the latest action --or inaction-- by the United States Supreme Court that’s effectively legalizing same-sex marriage in 30 states.
Spokesperson for FEMA David Mace on the two new FEMA locations that recently opened in Detroit to assist residents dealing with the aftermath of the August floods.