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Listen to the Paul W. Smith Show on News Talk 760 WJR Weekdays from 5:30AM - 9AM.
Opportunity Detroit - Fridays at 7PM on News/Talk 760 WJR
Frank Beckmann
Listen to Frank Beckmann weekdays at 9AM-NOON on News Talk 760 WJR.
"Eye On Engineering" host Lindsay Brooke, Senior Editor, Automotive Engineering International magazine talk about auto developments. Published by SAE International.
Caring for Kids
Caring for Kids
Mitch Albom
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Catherine Karol, Attorney at Butzel Long (focusing on global business issues) – On the reported first step in a China trade deal
Kate Melcher, Executive Director of Fisher House Michigan & Gen (Ret) Doug Slocum, Brigadier General, USAF, Retired and Fisher House Michigan Board Member – On their ‘Stories of Service’ event this year to benefit Detroit Veterans and their families
Joe Welch, Former President and CEO of ITC Holdings – On the California power blackouts
David Clarke, former Sheriff of Milwaukee County, WI – Will be speaking to The Macomb County Republican Party on November 4th in Shelby Twp
Coach Dantonio tells Kevin Dietz and Steve Courtney the Spartans will now use the break to take a look at the team's issues and prepare for Penn State.
Daniel Howes, Columnist and Associate Business Editor of The Detroit News – Latest on the UAW/GM talks
Daniel Howes, Detroit News Columnist talks to Kevin Dietz about negotiations and he says it's tough to figure out exactly what is going on.
Chad Livengood, Crain's Detroit Business Reporter explains to Kevin Dietz why state officials are no longer doing business with Ken Fisher's company.
Mike O'Hara, Columnist talks to Kevin Dietz and Steve Courtney about tonight's game and he predicts the Lions will win 31-30.
The Crain Communications Group Publisher talks to Kevin Dietz about the top stories of the week including the story of a Sterling Heights credit union that is more than willing to take cannabis money.
Debi Hollis, President of The Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial – On their Victory Gala this weekend
Charles Baker, Actor (known for playing “Skinny Pete” on the AMC series Breaking Bad) – Baker’s in the movie “El Camino”, a follow up to Breaking Bad that’s being released on Netflix today
Colleen Allen, President and CEO of the Autism Alliance of Michigan – What’s next after the budget veto?
Pete Lucido (R-Shelby Twp), State Senator of Michigan’s 8th District – On his newly introduced pieces of legislation aimed at protecting animals, and tackling the facial recognition issue
Kalea (Kay-lee) Hall, GM reporter for The Detroit News – The latest on the talks between GM and the UAW
Jack Goldsmith has written a new book called: "In Hoffa's Shadow" and he tells Kevin Dietz the book answers some questions about the mysterious murder.
Shane Hernandez (R-Port Huron), State Representative of Michigan’s 83rd District – Announcing his Congressional campaign for Michigan’s 10th District to replace Paul Mitchell
Andy Arena was the FBI Special Agent in Charge when Ibrahim al-Asiri put a mini bomb in his underwear in an attempt to take down an airplane on Christmas Day in 2009. Kevin Dietz talks to Andy about the terrorist's life and death.
Gregg Jarrett, Fox News analyst and author of the book: "Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History"
Steve Dolunt, Former Assistant Detroit Police Chief talks to Kevin Dietz about the crime spree.
Mike O'Hara, Columnist talks to Steve Courtney and Kevin Dietz about the big game against the Green Bay Packers and he says tune in Monday to find out who he thinks will win.
The Wayne County Prosecutor is holding a town hall meeting on October 17th and she tells Kevin Dietz the public is welcome to come and ask anything they want.
Debbie tells Kevin Dietz she was amazed at the beauty of the river and it shows how important it is to take care of our land, lakes and rivers.
The Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Kevin Dietz there's a new study that indicates that dogs may actually be good for your heart health.
Kevin Dietz and Dayna Clark talk to Diane about an upcoming major bridge repair project that will cause delays in the Detroit area.
Mari Manoogian talks to Kevin Dietz about recent findings indicating that there's excessive lead in the water in Birmingham and White Lake Twp. and she says lead service lines across the state need to be immediately replaced.
Professor Paul Kubicek, Director of Oakland University's International Studies Program in the Department of Political Science and Editor for the academic journal Turkish Studies is paying close attention to the conflict and he says the President's recent decision to remove U.S. troops is problematic.…
Kevin Dietz checks in with the former WDIV Anchor who is now living in Florida and still paying very close attention to the news of the day.
The Wayne County Executive talks to Kevin Dietz about county business and he says things are improving every day.
Jen McCollum, Detroit Lions Senior Director of Community Relations & Detroit Lions Charities talks to Kevin Dietz about the NFL 100 and she says they are asking fans, players, clubs and employees to donate 100 minutes of their time to their communities. She also explains to Kevin what the Lions are doing today as part of the league effort.…
David Crabill, Vice-President of IHemp Michigan talks to Kevin Dietz about the many uses for hemp and he says this is becoming a big business in Michigan.
Francis Grunow, Co-Founder of Detroiters for Parking Reform explains to Kevin Dietz why he thinks the city needs to be smarter about how it manages parking.
Michigan's Secretary of State talks to Kevin Dietz about the new ID requirements taking effect on October 1st of 2020.
Chris Powell, President of the Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation & Wayne State University Police Officer & Nicole Larkins Fournier talk about Powell's efforts to have Scott Larkins' name added to the National Fallen Officers Memorial in Washington D.C. in May.
Luanne Thomas Ewald, Children's Hospital CEO tells Kevin Dietz the hospital is committed to reducing the number of premature births so this event taking place Thursday, October 10th is a great way to bring attention to the problem.
Clarence Dass, Attorney at the Dass Law Firm – He’s representing a Macomb County woman who’s being sued by a heating and cooling company after posting a negative review on Yelp
Laura Cox explains to Kevin Dietz why she held news conferences on Tuesday to criticize Congresswomen Elissa Slotkin and Haley Stevens for supporting the President Trump impeachment inquiry.
Jocelyn Benson, Michigan Secretary of State – Reminding everyone to get their REAL ID before the deadline in a year
The owner of the old Detroit Saturday Night building on Fort street talks to Kevin Dietz about the issues surrounding the building and why he thinks tearing it down is the best option.
Mark Harrington, President and Founder of Created Equal – On their events showing abortions on jumbotron’s on the campuses of Oakland University and Eastern Michigan University
Ken Lingenfelter, The Lingenfelter Collection – On the Pink Fund Fall Benefit this Saturday. The benefit helps provide a 90 day non-medical financial bridge to breast cancer patients in active treatment
Terry Bonnette, labor and employment Attorney at Detroit’s Nemeth Law – On the Aimee Stephens case and the SCOTUS oral arguments about whether or not the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects against discrimination of transgender people
Lead has been found in some homes in Birmingham and White Lake Twp. Kevin Dietz checks in with the County Executive to find out more about the testing and what it means for residents.
Coach Patricia tells Steve Courtney and Kevin Dietz he enjoyed some time with his family because the Lions had the weekend off but now it's back to work and time to get ready to take on the Green Bay Packers.
The Documentary Producer tells Kevin Dietz the 3-hour long documentary looks at all aspects of cancer including dealing with a diagnosis and treatment options.
Ruth Johnson (R-Holly), State Senator of Michigan’s 14th District – On Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s budget veto decisions. She says she’s using people as negotiation tools
Dave Schippers, Walsh College Cybersecurity Expert has important tips for Kevin Dietz and his listeners on how to keep their identity, finances and credit safe.
Kyle Mills, Author of Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp series and his new book: “Lethal Agent”
Laura Cox, Chair of the Michigan Republican Party – On their events asking constituents to hold Congresswoman Haley Stevens accountable for endorsing impeachment efforts against President Donald Trump
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