North Korea is threatening not to attend the upcoming summit and Guy Gordon has the latest - May 16, 2018

Peter Trumbore, Oakland University Associate Professor of Political Science talks to Guy Gordon about new developments in the ongoing discussions between North Korea and the U.S. about next months planned summit.

Doug Rothwell, President and CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan and Tonya Allen, President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation - June 21, 2018

Rothwell and Allen want to share the efforts of an unprecedented group of business, education, labor, philanthropy, state, and community learders. The plan called Launch Michigan, is being arranged to make Michigan a top 10 education state. For more informat...

Chuck Thomas, General Motors General manager and Marketing Support - June 21, 2018

Chuck Thomas reveals the latest OnStar program designed to recognize the bravery, dedication and resolve of Americas first responders. For more information please visit

Bob Constantini, Washington DC Correspondent - June 21, 2018

Washington DC Correspondent Bob Constantini explains the current immigration crisis within the white house. Constantini gives insight into the politics of immigration and the policies that will be voted into legislation. 

Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician - June 21, 2018

Dr. Frank McGeorge talks with Steve Courtney about the health of teens in Michigan. The most concerning statistics are mental health issues. 

Lt. Governor Brian Calley - June 21, 2018

Lt. Governor Calley discusses his release of the latest proposal to reform Michigans auto insurance policy. Efforts are being made to make the no fault insurance policy affordable and reliable for the average citizen. 

Mark Hackel, Macomb County Executive - June 21, 2018

Macomb County is commemorating its bicentennial year with a 200 mile, nonstop, torch relay spearheaded by Mark Hackel. This relay is to showcase the pride, resiliance, and spirit of community in Macomb County. 

Senator Patrick Colbeck talks to Steve Courtney about his controversial Social Studies recommendations - June 20, 2018

Senator Patrick Colbeck explains to Steve Courtney why he thinks certain terms should be removed from the Social Studies curriculum. 

An interesting new art project is coming to Detroit - June 20, 2018

Mark Davidoff, Deloitte Michigan Managing Partner & Marcus Lyon, a British artist tell Steve Courtney they are bringing a high tech art project to the Wright Museum and the city of Detroit. 

Steve Courtney has the latest on the immigration controversy - June 20, 2018

President Trump met with Republicans last night to talk about the ongoing immigration crisis at the border. Steve Courtney checks in with Correspondent Bob Costantini who says Republicans and Democrats are trying to come up with a solution to end the family separations.

Levi's Link 5K takes place Sunday - June 20, 2018

Megan Wilson, Levis Link Run Director talks to Steve Courtney about the groups inaugural run and she says the money raised will be used to benefit a program to help disabled children. 

Mahindra continues its commitment to urban farming in Detroit - June 20, 2018

Rich Ansell, Mahindra Automotive North America Vice-President of Marketing & Media Relations tells Steve Courtney the company has given $425,000 to the city to support sustainable farming and urban growers. 

Governor Snyder applauds Ford's plans to redevelop Michigan Central Depot - June 19, 2018

Governor Snyder tells Steve Courtney its great to see Ford Motor Companys plans for the train station and surrounding neighborhood because its good for the entire state.

The American Psychological Association sends a letter to President Trump - June 19, 2018

Dr. Donna Rockwell, Farmington Hills Clinical Psychologist & member of the Adjunct Faculty at Saybrook University explains to Steve Courtney why separating children and parents at the border is bad for the childs mental health.

It's a big day for Ford Motor Company - June 19, 2018

Bill Ford Jr., Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman talks to Steve Courtney about the automakers purchase of the Michigan Central Station and he says they have big plans for the train station and the neighborhood. 

Fred Upton - June 19, 2018

Congressman Fred Upton tells Steve Courtney he is against the way the Trump Administration is handling the immigration problems at the border and he hopes that Congress will vote on legislation this week that changes the policy.

Debbie Dingell - June 19, 2018

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell tells Steve Courtney the way the Trump Administration is handling the crisis at the border is unacceptable. 

Houghton residents are dealing with heavy flooding - June 18, 2018

Julie Sprenger, Owner & President Laurium Manor Inn & Sprenger Enterprises & Michigan Travel Commission Member talks to Steve Courtney about the flooding and damage to the area but she says they are open for business and ready for summer visitors.

All eyes will be on Washington DC this week as lawmakers deal with a controversial immigration policy - June 18, 2018

Correspondent Bob Costantini talks to Steve Courtney about President Trumps implementation of a controversial immigration policy that seperates parents and children.

AAA's Susan Hiltz issues a reminder to be careful during construction zones - June 18, 2018

In light of last weeks deadly accident in a construction zone on I-75, AAAs Susan Hiltz tells Steve Courtney its important to slow d...

Michelle Romain tells Steve Courtney her fight continues to find out what happened to her Mom - June 18, 2018

Joann Matouk Romains death in 2010 was ruled a suicide but her daughter Michelle Romain and Scott Lewis, an investigator hired by the family tell Steve Courtney she was murdered and they are working hard to prove that. 

Dr. Tom Rifai has important lifestyle advice on how to fight depression - June 18, 2018

In light of the two recent high profile suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, Dr. Tom Rifai, President of Reality Meets Science & Health Coach talks to Steve Courtney about lifestyle changes that can help people with anxety and depression.

Gleaner's kicks off its "Hunger Free Summer Campaign" - June 18, 2018

Ryan Hoyle, Gleaners Chief Development Officer tells Steve Courtney the campaign is important because thousands of children who are out of school for the summer do not get enough to eat at home. 

Crain's Mike Lee - June 18, 2018

Steve Courtney checks in with Mike Lee, Crains Detroit Business Managing Editor who says Fords plans for the Michigan Central Depot will be big news this week.

Jill O'Neill - June 15, 2018

Jill ONeill, Executive Director of the Great Lakes Center for the Arts in Bay Harbor tells Paul W. Smith they are looking forward to the July 7th grand opening of the new facility.

Patti Smith - June 15, 2018

Patti Smith, Michigan Boating Industries Association Board Chairman and Owner of Silver Spray Sports in Fenton tells Paul W. Smith Michigan is a great place for boaters and sales are strong.

Grant, Cayce and Gideon Kosch - June 15, 2018

PWS New Restaurant Feature - Paul W. Smith talks to Grant, Cayce and Gideon Kosch about their new Main Street Market and Fox & Rose Provisions in Bay Harbor Village.

Tony Michaels & Jim Vella - June 15, 2018

Tony Michaels, CEO of The Parade Co. and Jim Vella, President of the Ford Motor Co. Fund & Community Services talk to Paul W. Smith about the Ford Fireworks on June 25th and they say it will be a great night for the whole family.

Vice-President Mike Pence - June 15, 2018

Paul W. Smith talks to Vice-President Mike Pence who is in town today to support Attorney General Bill Schuette.

Tom Ervin - June 15, 2018

Tom Ervin, Walstrom Marine President tells Paul W. Smith boat sales are booming in Michigan and they now have five different showrooms in northern Michigan where you can purchase a boat.

Martin Leemaster - June 15, 2018

Martin Leemaster, Bay Harbor Lake Marina Harbormaster talks to Paul W. Smith about this weekends boat show and he says its a free fun event.