Tony Michaels, President & CEO of the Parade Company tells Paul W. Smith, Former Tiger Manager Jim Leyland is going to be the Grand Marshall of America's Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van.
David Blaustein, ABC Entertainment Reporter reviews the weekend's top movies for Steve Courtney.
Todd Flood, Detroit area attorney tells Steve Courtney the rape charges against Tiger Evan Reed were dropped because the woman's sexaul assault claims were not credible.
L. Brooks Patterson, Oakland County Executive invites Steve Courtney's listeners to the Oakland Air Show this weekend and he also says county officials are working hard to help communities pick up their garbage after the floods.
Barry Meier, New York Times Health Correspondent & Author of "A World of Hurt" tells Steve Courtney the federal government is finalizing new restrictions on hundreds of medicines containing the highly addictive painkiller, hydrocodone and he says it's about time...
Roger Dow, President & CEO of the U.S. Travel Association tells Steve Courtney there's new research indicating 40-percent of Americans don't take all of their vacation time.
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Steve Courtney about the Detroit Lions' third pre-season game tonight at Ford Field.
Mark O'Brien, "Friends of Detroit Rowing" Board Member tells Steve Courtney the Detroit Boat Club Crew, the oldest rowing club in the U.S. is hosting a three day celebration of its 175th Anniversary this weekend.
ABC's Steve Portnoy talks to Steve Courtney live from Ferguson, Missouri and he says for the most part protestors were quiet again last night.
Tony Nitti, Forbes Contributor & Tax Partner with WithumSmith+Brown National Tax Service in Aspen, Colorado tells Steve Courtney and his listeners why the IRS could disallow an ALS ice bucket challenge contribution as a tax deduction.
Mike Bouchard, Oakland County Sheriff talks to Steve Courtney about the tragic death of a 55 year old Westland man who was pushed to the ground by a 15 year old boy during a concert at DTE Energy Music Theatre and he reminds listeners to think twice about the dangers of phsyical ...
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Steve Courtney there's new and interesting research on yawning.
Congressman Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee talks to Steve Courtney about the beheading of American James Foley and he says ISIS, the group responsible for Foley's murder is extremely dangerous.
ABC's Steve Portnoy talks to Steve Courtney live from Ferguson, Missouri and he says it was quiet in that troubled town last night.
Mary Beth Hicks, Author of "Teachable Moments: Using Everyday Encounters with Media & Culture to Instill Conscience, Character and Faith" talks to Steve Courtney about the difficulties of raising children in today's society.
Brian Ross, ABC News Investigative Reporter talks to Steve Courtney about a disturbing video posted online that appears to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley who was kidnapped covering the Syrian conflict in 2012.
Senator Rick Jones tells Steve Courtney he is sponsoring legislation that would stop companies in other states like Pennsylvania from dumping their low-level radioactive waste materials in Michigan landfills.
Jeff Andresen, Michigan's Climatologist talks to Steve Courtney about the state's extreme weather this summer.
Kerri Goff, March of Dimes Ambassador Mom with two preemies talks to Steve Courtney about the importance of the March of Dimes and she says her children would not be where they are today without the charity's support.
Auday Arabo, President and CEO, Associated Food and Petroleum Dealers & the Spokesman for the St. Thomas Chaldean Catholic Diocese talks to Steve Courtney about his recent talks with the United Nations about ISIS and the trouble in Iraq.
Kevin McKinley, Treetops PGA Director of Golf and Ski Operations tells Steve Courtney about the Threetops Par 3 Team Chmapionship event taking place this summer at Treetops.
Frank Beckmann & Joe Welch, ITC Chairman, CEO & President talk to Steve Courtney about the "WJR Frank Beckmann ITC Golf Classic" to benefit the March of Dimes at Indianwood Golf and Country Club.
Bill Schuette, Michigan's Attorney General and Angela Aufdemberge, Vista Maria CEO talk to Steve Courtney about a new program in Dearborn Heights called: WINGS Human Trafficking Treatment and Reintegration Program to help victims of human trafficking.
ABC's Steve Portnoy talks to Steve Courtney live from Ferguson, Missouri and he says last night police had a tough time keeping the protestors under control.
Cristel Russell, Associate Professor of Marketing, American University, Washington D-C talks to Steve Courtney about a new study that indicates some people actually go into mourning when their favorite TV show is canceled.
ABC's Jim Ryan talks to Steve Courtney live from Ferguson, Missouri and he says things were not quiet in that troubled town last night after new information came out over the weekend about the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Steve Courtney about the Lions pre-season loss over the weekend.
John Desmond of AJ Desmond & Sons tells Steve Courtney several deceased veterans who have been left in the Wayne County Morgue are going to finally be laid to rest on September 11th.
Nolan Finley, Detroit News Editorial Page Editor tells Steve Courtney authorities are close to agreeing on a regional water deal.
Mary Kramer, Publisher of Crain's Detroit Business talks to Steve Courtney about the Great Flood of 2014 and she says the high water caused big problems at Jim Riehl's dealership.