Host Bankole Thompson discusses the state of Detroit's neighborhoods and local business in the city with guests: Erma Leaphart-Gouch, Quincy jones, Simone Sagovac, and Rufus Bartell.
DSO Maestro Leonard Slatkin discusses the significance and legacy of Pyotr Tchaikovsky as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra begins its 2015 Tchaikovsky Festival.
Have you seen improvements in Detroit neighborhoods? Hosts Stephen and Christy are joined by guests to discuss and react to Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's State of the City address.
A mother of four from southeast Michigan tells her family's story with vaccination, and how their encounter with pertussis (whooping cough) changed her mind overnight.
Hosts Sandra Svoboda and Laura Weber-Davis sit down with Wayne County Commissioner Tim Killeen and WXYZ-TV's Jim Kiertzner to discuss the financial problems in Wayne County.
Watch Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan live in studio at WDET on Detroit Today previewing the State of the City address.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is preparing to deliver his State of the City address tomorrow. Ahead of the speech, he joins hosts Christy McDonald and Stephen Henderson to preview the address and to answer listener questions.
Host Bankole Thompson is joined by local officials with reaction to and unpack Patterson's Oakland County State of the County Address.
Host Bankole Thompson speaks directly with L. Brooks Patterson about his State of the County Address. They are also joined by Lisa Howze from Detroit's governmental administration.
"The foreclosure problem will persist until policies are changed and values are reassessed," says Urban Planner Eric Dueweke. He and other experts sit down for a panel discussion about the foreclosure issue in Detroit and what comes next for banks and city residents.
Do parents have the right to make the call about whether or not to vaccinate their kids? Metro Detroiters weigh in.
Hosts Laura Weber-Davis and Stephen Henderson speak with guest Mike Wilkinson about Bridge Magazine's annual school rankings.
Shirley Stancato of New Detroit Inc. joins Sandra Svoboda and Saeed Khan for a discussion of New Detroit Inc.'s agenda to build economic equality, social justice and racial understanding in Southeast Michigan.
Kyle DuBuc, director of public policy and advocacy from the United Way for Southeastern Michigan joins Sandra Svoboda and Saeed Khan to discuss the Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) program being tested in several states.
Sandra Svoboda and Saeed Khan speak with guests Arturo Rodriguez and Jorge Chinea about Cuba in modern culture and policy.
One of the worst snow storms Metro Detroit has seen in years hit the region yesterday. Were you snowed in at a Super Bowl party? Could you get out of your driveway this morning? Are your kids headed out to go sledding today? Stephen Henderson and WDET's own Amy Miller get a weather update, and keep you abreast of all the news and information about nasty commutes.
The Toledo Blade reports Toledo’s mayor, D. Michael Collins, suffered a cardiac arrest in his car while driving in poor road conditions yesterday.
Stephen Henderson and Amy Miller talk weather, road conditions and safe driving tips.