Discussion on the end of two of the nation's most popular TV shows. Dave offers spoiler-free commentary on the finale of The Big Bang Theory and Tonya discusses her frustrations with the way Game of Thrones is ending.
The two dig into the legal questions surrounding the text messages of Rep. Inman (R), who seems to be openly discussing partaking in extortion and bribery. Why are these texts not something we can FOIA in Michigan?
Reaction to news that head basketball coach Jon Beilein has left U of M to coach the Cavs in the NBA. Dave and Hondo also pay their respects to former WKAR broadcaster Earle Robinson, who passed away this week.
Do you wake up in the middle of the night worried about your adult children? According to new research, many parents are having restless nights over their "kids", aged well past 18. Dave and the neuroscience expert exchange views.
Kyle joins Dave for their weekly discussion on statewide politics. The two exchange different viewpoints on Rep. Rashida Tlaib's (D-MI) recent comments on the Holocaust and also talk auto insurance reform.
Details how the local Operating Engineers 324 are celebrating Construction Career Day by creating hands-on events for high school and middle school students. Governor Whitmer set to make an appearance during the festivities.
Recreational marijuana has been legalized in Michigan, but there are still questions and lawsuits surrounding medicinal marijuana provisional centers. Which medical sites are licensed and was that decided legally?
Live from the White House, Decker reports on one of the president's many ongoing lawsuits - President Trump is suing Capital One and Deutsche Banks in hopes of stopping them from turning over his financial records to congress.
Chair - Dept. of Earth & Environmental Science at MSU
April 30th, 2019 12:00am
The hydrogeology professor discusses what the University Research Corridor (researchers from MSU, U of M and Wayne State) has suggested to state officials in regards to combating PFAS in the water supply.