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Listen to the Paul W. Smith Show on News Talk 760 WJR Weekdays from 5:30AM - 9AM.
 
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Listen to Frank Beckmann weekdays at 9AM-NOON on News Talk 760 WJR.
 
Opportunity Detroit - Fridays at 7PM on News/Talk 760 WJR
 
Huntington Bank is pleased to salute the "Best in Business!" Join your host Mike Fezzey, east Michigan president of Huntington National Bank, as he spotlights organizations that are redefining business practices in our communities.
 
Catch the latest reports on high tech programs and services at Lawrence Technological University. Listen to THE BELOW "Tech Updates" to learn about advancements in education, research, and technology at Lawrence Tech!
 
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Sheriff Mike Bouchard explains to Paul W. Smith what happened at the high school and he says the deputy injured his hand during the disturbance.
 
Dr. David Lorch, University of Michigan Engineer tells Paul W. Smith he built a Grand Hotel display out of LEGOS and now the hotel has an opportunity to become a LEGO set sold in stores around the country. To vote go to ideas.lego.com
 
Mike Narlock, Cranbrook Institute of Science Planetarium Director & Head of Science and Exhibits says as the Spring Equinox begins the giant moon will be beautiful.
 
Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney talk to John about the Wings and their season.
 
Republican State Senator Aric Nesbitt tells Paul W. Smith he has introduced a resolution supporting the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
 
Jim Harbaugh, Head Coach of The University of Michigan Football team
 
Mike Duggan, Mayor of the City of Detroit
 
Gretchen Whitmer, Governor of the State of Michigan
 
Christa Funk, Executive Director of Detroit Regional Dollars for Scholars tells Paul W. Smith everyone is invited to attend the 6th annual Celebration Luncheon. For more information go to drdfs.org.
 
Bridget Kozlowski, Sterling Heights Community Relations Director tells Paul W. Smith they are looking for a clean official name for the landmark.
 
Warren Evans talks to Paul W. Smith about the county's tax foreclosure auction and he explains why he doesn't like it.
 
Edsel Ford II and Bob Bury, the new President & CEO of FAIR LANE: Home of Clara and Henry Ford tell Paul they are looking forward to the April 5th event at the Dearborn Inn.
 
Doug Bernstein, one of the directors of Detroit Riverfront Events, the organizer of the unlimited hydroplane races races tells Paul they are disatisfied with the quality of last year's show so they are asking for changes.
 
Warde Manuel, Athletic Director at The University of Michigan
 
Mike Shirkey, Michigan Senate Majority Leader and Jim Ananich, Senate Minority Leader
 
Brad Meltzer, New York Times Best Selling Author about his new book: The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot Against George Washington and the Birth of American Counterintelligence
 
Bridget McCormack and David Vivano, Michigan Supreme Court Justices
 
Laura Grannemann, Vice-President for Strategic Investments for Quicken Loans Community Investment Fund tells Paul the program designed to keep residents in their homes is working well thanks to the hard work of many people.
 
Jim Vella, President of the Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services
 
Tom Emmer (R- Delano, MN), Congressman of Minnesota’s 6th District
 
Tony Michaels, President and CEO of The Parade Company
 
Henry Cuellar (D- Laredo, TX). Congressman of Texas’ 28th District
 
Steve Scalise (R-LA), Congressman of Louisiana’s 1st District
 
Xavier DeGroat, CEO and Founder of Autism Awareness
 
Dr. Robert Shaner, Superintendent of Rochester Community Schools
 
Mary Kramer, Crain Communications Group Publisher talks to Paul about the impact of trucks on roads and word that Wayne State University may be considering buying DMC.
 
Coach Izzo tells Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney he is proud of the way his team played to win the Big Ten tournament and now they prepare for March Madness.
 
Dr. Frank McGeorge, Henry Ford Medical Group Physician talks to Paul W. Smith about an interesting new study on aging.
 
Elana Sullivan, Detroit Historical Society CEO tells Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney the exhibit will feature the historic Lindell AC bar and it opens this weekend.
 
Coach Izzo tells Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney he is looking forward to a great weekend of basketball in Chicago.
 
Lt. Shaw tells Paul W. Smith the trooper got sick while stopping a drug suspect and he started having symptoms of a drug overdose so he was given Narcan and is thankfully going to be ok.
 
Andy Arena, Detroit Crime Commission Executive Director & Former FBI Special Agent in Charge talks to Paul W. Smith about FBI arrests and he says it's important for the agents to use common sense when taking a suspect from a home.
 
Jeff Mason, CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Cooperation – Is Michigan still trying to bring Amazon to the state after they withdrew from New York?
 
James Hohman, Director of Fiscal Policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy – On their findings that 40% of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s proposed .45 cent gas tax wouldn’t go to the roads
 
Paul Mitchell (R-Dryden), Congressman of Michigan’s 10th District – Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley proposed adjusting the voting age to 16 in H.R. 1, but it didn’t make it to the final draft. Also, the Army Corp of Engineers says they’ve received $75 million dollars for a second freighter sized lock…
 
Jennifer Dale, Center for Neurological Studies Chief Development Officer talks to Paul W. Smith about traumatic brain injuries and she says millions of people are affected every year.
 
Matthew Schneider, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan tells Paul W. Smith some seniors are being preyed upon and it will not be tolerated.
 
Dr. Leah Beasley, College Counselor gives Paul an inside look into the college admissions process.
 
Andy Meisner explains to Paul W. Smith why he thinks he's the best person to run the county.
 
Paul W. Smith and Steve Courtney talk to Darren about the Wings, his career and Ted Lindsay.
 
Jeffer Seller, Oak Park native talks to Paul about his career and he says success is all about making connections.
 
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