Wayne State University First Lady, Jacqueline Wilson, share information on tonights Covenant House Michigan Sleep Out: Executive Edition.
A panel discussion on the Community Benefits Ordinance, which emphasizes that major developments in the city take into account the impact and potential benefits that exist for nearby communities and existing businesses.
Host Laura Weber-Davis talks about the financial burden of higher education faced by today’s high school seniors, and what resources exist to help lighten the load.
Director of Wayne State University’s Great Lakes Environmental Law Center Nick Schroeck joins Laura to discuss the impact of the agreement between the United States and China to new limits on carbon emissions.
Rebecca Shimoni-Stoil, PhD student at Johns Hopkins University and reporter for The Times of Israel, joins Laura to discuss her book, “Reporters Notebook: From Jerusalem to Gaza to Washington," and the latest information coming from Gaza and the surrounding area.
Channel 7’s Jim Kiertzner and Adam Brewster are digging through bills from bankruptcy attorneys and reporting on what they’re finding.
Coming up on Detroit Today, it’s going to be a bumpy ride as Laura and Saeed tackle the issue of Michigan’s crumbling roads. What’s happening with the roads in your community? We’ll discuss local millages and make time to hear from you.
Vice President at the Brookings Institution and founder of the group’s Metropolitan Policy Program Bruce Katz speaks with WDET's bankruptcy reporter and Next Chapter Detroit blogger Sandra Svoboda about what’s beyond Detroit's balance sheet in the city's Chapter 9 case.
Laura speaks with MPRN Capitol Bureau Chief Rick Pluta and LGBT Project Staff Attorney with the ACLU of Michigan Jay Kaplan about the latest developments in Michigan's stance on same-sex marriage.
Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines to discuss the biggest news stories in Detroit and around the world.
Amy Haimerl of Crain's Detroit Business talks with Laura about the pilot-turned-new curbside recycling program in Detroit.
The Detroit Lions are teaching youth about the importance of healthy eating.
Submit your favorite kid-friendly healthy recipe and you'll be entered to win an official Detroit Lions swag pack!
Bankole delves into the Detroit Financial Review Commission with State Representative Thomas Stallworth III, Ed McNeil of AFSCME, Financial Review Board member Bill Martin and Detroit bankruptcy reporter Sandra Svoboda.
In this installment of CuriosiD WDET’s Anna Sysling answers a question asked by listener Barbara Williams about Detroit’s Water Works Park.
Net Neutrality is being quietly discussed and fought in D.C. but do consumers really know or even care about what it could mean for them and for household budgets?
As the Michigan Opera Theatre welcomes the return of the Italian opera gem, Madame Butterfly, Canadian tenor Adam Luther and pianist Jean Schneider stop by the WDET studio to perform a opera piece.
The impact of human trafficking trickles down to even the safest communities. The United Nations estimates the total market value of illicit human trafficking for 2005 (latest UN figures) at 32 billion US dollars. Host Christy McDonald speaks with experts on the issue
NPR Morning Edition host David Greene tells Laura about the lessons he learned while traveling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railroad.
Author Sally Howell joins Saeed in the studio to discuss the rich history of Islam in Detroit, a city that's home to several of America's oldest and most diverse Muslim communities.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, we have a conversation about the resources available to veterans at the federal, state and local levels. We also discuss the challenges facing many vets in Michigan and around the country.
Detroit's Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr on Detroit's bankruptcy exit strategy, the role of emergency managers in the municipal realm and what lies ahead for the future of Southeast Michigan.
WDET's Sandra Svoboda leads a discussion about the implications of Detroit's historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy and how the city and its employees can plan to move forward.