Mark Hollis, Michigan State University Athletic Director & David Brandon, University of Michigan Athletic Director talk to Paul W. Smith about Saturday's big game in East Lansing.
Lowell McAdam, Chairman & CEO of Verizon is going to be speaking to the Detroit Economic Club on September 8th and he tells Steve Courtney the communication revolutuon continues. For more information go to econclub.org.
Grace Keros, Owner of American Coney Island invites everyone in Steve Courtney's audience to come to the Detroit restaurant this afternon to watch the "Coney Challenge."
Chris Ilitch, President & CEO of Ilitch Holdings thanks Steve Courtney for his thoughts about his brother Ron who is struggling with some personal issues and then he turns to the news of the day to announce that Detroiters in need of a job should consider working on the ...
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Steve Courtney live from Buffalo New York where the Lions play their fourth and last pre-season game.
Joe Hinrichs, Ford President of The Americas talks to Steve Courtney about the 2015 Mustang and he says today is the first day of the 2015 Mustang production at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant.
Janice Stillman, Editor of the Old Farmer's Almanac tells Steve Courtney it looks like Michigan is in for a very cold winter.
ABC's Jim Ryan talks to Steve Courtney about the terrible accident at a firing range in Arizona where a 9 year old girl learning to shoot a fully automatic uzi killed her instructor.
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Steve Courtney despite what you have heard form health experts in the past you don't necessarily need to eat breakfast.
Dr. Devang Doshi, Director of Pediatric Allergy & Immunology & Jennifer O'Donnell, a Grosse Pointe Mom who has a child with allergies have great advice for Steve Courtney and his listeners on how to deal with children with allergies when they go back to school.
Mark Hollis, Michigan State University Athletic Director talks to Steve Courtney about the new multi million dollar North Endzone facility.
Michigan State Police Lt. Mike Shaw tells Steve Courtney federal officials are in town to assess the flooding damage and they ran into new flooding as they traveled around town checking out the damage.
DTE's Scott Simons tells Steve Courtney yesterday's storms knocked out power to more than a hundred thousand customers and the lights should be back on later today.
AAA's Susan Hiltz tells Steve Courtney more than a million Michiganders will take to the roads this Labor Day weekend and they will likely encounter lower gas prices.
ABC's Aaron Katersky has new details for Steve Courtney about James Foley's executioner.
Stuart Chiron, TheCruiseGuy.com tells Steve Courtney he is having a blast on the new Royal Carribean Quantum of the Seas.
Curtrise Garner, Water & Sewage Department Spokeswoman tells Steve Courtney the moratorium on water shut-offs has ended.
ABC's Alex Stone tells Steve Courtney the repair work is underway in Napa, California after the weekend's 6.0 earthquake.
Jason Nathanson, ABC Entertainment Reporter talks to Steve Courtney about the moving tribute for Robin Williams at the Emmy's last night.
ABC's Steven Portnoy talks to Steve Courtney live from Ferguson, Missouri and he says the streets were quiet after Michael Brown's funeral.
David tells Steve Courtney about the DTE Insight program, that allows your smart phone to connect to your smart-meter to allow you to determine your energy usage in real time which allows you to better manage your energy usage!
The Michigan Republican’s met this past weekend to decide the final ticket for this fall’s elections, but it wasn’t without a bit of controversy, Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, Bobby Shostak tells Steve Courtney what happened at Novi Suburban Collect...
Alex is live in Napa, California updating Steve Courtney on the 6.0 earthquake that hit early Sunday morning. He gives us the latest details on casualties, damage and how long the region can expect aftershocks.
We’ve all heard that ‘too much salt’ is bad for you, but recent studies show that too little salt might be just as bad, Dr. Tom Rifai explains to Steve Courtney about how much is just enough.
Mary checks in with Steve Courtney with Monday morning headlines from Crain’s Detroit Business. This morning, they touch on the Michigan based company that’s the largest lithium-ion battery plant in North America and a man who’s trying to bring minor leagu...
Tom reports from London, updating Steve Courtney about the hunt for John, Paul, and Ringo, the British citizen, suspected of being ISIS members who murdered James Foley.
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Steve Courtney about the Lions' preseason win on Friday.
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.