Dr. Mauri Ditzler, Albion College's new President says he is looking forward to running the Michigan college and he's impressed with the number of influential people who have graduated from the school.
Detroit Police James Craig talks to Paul W. Smith about his two year contract extension and he also says they are working hard to find a rapist who is targeting young girls walking to school.
Sam Fotias, one of the organizers of the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit talks to Paul W. Smith about this weekend's event at Hart Plaza. For tickets go to movement.us/tickets.
Mike Babcock, outgoing Red Wings head coach tells Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney that he's excited to start his new job with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Sandy Baruah, Detroit Regional Chamber President & Chief Executive Officer talks to Paul W. Smith about next week's Mackinac Policy Conference at Grand Hotel and he says it's important event for the state of Michigan.
Kevin Mott of the Ferndale Memorial Day Parade asks Paul W. Smith's listeners to participate in the parade by carrying signs bearing the likeness and names of the soldiers who have died in Iraq & Afghan conflicts. For more information go to www.mifallenfloat.com.
Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press Personal Finance Columnist tells Paul W. Smith about a new scam called "card cracking" that's aimed at vulnerable college students.
AAA's Susan Hiltz tells Paul W. Smith more than one million Michiganders will travel over the long Memorial Day weekend and she says it's going to be a good travel weekend because the economy is improving and gas prices are down.
Ken Holland, Red Wings General Manager has a great conversation with Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney about Mike Babcock's decision to leave the Wings and coach for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Bill Schuette, Michigan's Attorney General talks to Paul W. Smith about four bogus cancer charities with Michigan ties and he says the scam is terrible for cancer victims because it could affect donations to legitimate cancer charities.
Congressman Fred Upton, Chairman of the House Committee on Energy & Commerce talks to Paul W. Smith about the massive Takata air bag defect that involves 34 million cars.
Mark Sheperdigian, Rose Pest Solutions Entomologist & Vice-President of Technical Services tells Paul W. Smith spring is here and the bugs are out in full force especially the ants.
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Paul W. Smith that maple syrup may play a role in fighting bacteria resistant diseases.
Dr. Stefan Sommer, ZF CEO tells Paul W. Smith the acquisition of TRW Automotive is complete and as part of the celebration a donation of a $100,000 has been made to FIRST in Michigan.
Sam Slaughter, North American International Auto Show Vice-Chairman & Ryan White, the winner of the "Courageous Persuader" grand prize talk to Paul W. Smith about the competition that's designed to create awareness among teens about drunk driving. ...
David Shepardson of the Detroit News talks to Paul W. Smith about the major problems with millions of air bags made by Takata.
James Dunlap, Huntington Bank Senior Executive Vice-President and Director of Regional Banking for the Huntington Private Client Group talks to Paul W. Smith about the importance of continuing the bank's "Best in Business" reports started by the late Mike ...
Doug Bernstein, Plunkett Cooney attorney specializing in bankruptcy and business law talks to Paul W. Smith about the questions surrounding Mayor Mike Duggan's appointments to the Detroit Historical Commission.
Mark Bernstein of The Sam Bernstein Law Firm talks to Paul W. Smith about a 100 million dollar judgement against the owner of a dog who severely mauled a Detroit man.
Senator Rick Jones, Republican from Grand Ledge talks to Paul W. Smith about new legislation that would change the charge from criminal to civil for minors who try to buy or consume alcohol.
Indy 500 Drivers Will Power, Ed Carpenter & Charlie Kimball stop by the Paul W. Smith Show in the WJR Studios to talk about this weekend's race and the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix coming up the weekend of May 29th.
Auday Arabo, President & CEO of the Associated Food & Petroleum Dealers (AFPD) tells Paul W. Smith that store owners in Detroit are seeing an increase in "smash & grab" robberies with significant damage to the store and he says being a retailer in Detro...
Correspondent Alan Scaia talks to Paul W. Smith live from Waco,Texas and he says authorities are on high alert for more problems with bikers in that Texas town.
Paul Glantz, Founder & Chairman of Emagine Entertainment tells Paul W. Smith he continues to open more movie theaters in Metro Detroit. There's a new one in Macomb County and another one coming to Birmingham this summer.
State Police Lt. Mike Shaw tells Paul W. Smith the "Click it or Ticket" campaign is underway and unfortunately seat belt use in Michigan has declined.
Correspondent Polo Sandoval talks to Paul W. Smith about the strange case involving a cyber-security consultant who told the FBI he's been able to hack into computer systems aboard airplanes at least 20 times and he claims he was even able to control a plane's engine...
Tom Celani, Co-Owner of Luna Hillside, parent company of the Freedom Hill Amphitheatre in Sterling Heights announces the new Freedom Hill season on the Paul W. Smith show.
Todd Christensen, Chevrolet Marketing Manager, Performance Vehicles tells Paul W. Smith the new Camaro made a big splash on Belle Isle over the weekend.
Nolan Finley, Detroit News Editorial Page Editor tells Paul W. Smith the state should take a close look at the prison system and reduce the number of inmates that are not a danger to society and that in turn would free up money to repair the roads.
Peter Scher, Head of Corporate Responsibility, JP Morgan Chase makes an appearance on the Paul W. Smith show just hours before announcing new efforts to celebrate the one year anniversary of contributing 100 million dollars to the city's recovery.
Mary Kramer, Publisher of Crain's Detroit Business talks to Paul W. Smith about a new survey of business owners and managers that shows 56 percent are wiling to pay higher fuel taxes and fees to support road improvements.