Craig talks with fellow Deadline Detroiters Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel about the week in news, which of course included the drop of the Mueller report, and news that Steve Yzerman is headed back to Detroit and the Red Wings.
Craig talks about Bernie Sander's appearance on Fox News, about the ACLU lawsuit against 36th district court, and the anticipation of Thursday's release of the most awaited political document in decades, the Mueller report.
Craig speaks with Nick Manes of Michigan Advance about his story discussing Grand Rapids and what could be a costly fix for an uptick in lead exposure. Also, Craig has some thoughts on Tiger Wood's amazing performance at the Masters golf tournament. There is hope for us older people yet!.
Craig discusses the media's reaction to the news that no elected officials or appointees will be charged in the demolition investigation...plus, the Secretary of State is vowing to reduce wait times at their offices...let's hope.
Craig talks with Lester Graham of Michigan Radio's Environment Report about what's going on with municipal recycling programs. How much is actually going to the landfill? Plus, education site Chalkbeat,org shows us what we all know...teachers are underpaid...and its getting worse.
Craig talks with Deadline Detroit's Violet Ikanomova about an interesting interaction with the Detroit Police Department on Wednesday. Plus...you knew it was just a matter of time before Meuller's team started chiming in on the Barr memo.
Craig speaks with Nick Manes of Michigan Advance about President Trump's campaign rally at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids last night, and has some thoughts on his decision to NOT cut funding to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
Craig speaks with Nick Schroek of the University of Detroit Mercy about the abrupt shuttering of the Detroit incinerator, and also talks with Priya Sircar and Adam Ganuza of the Knight Foundation about this year's Knight Arts Challenge.
Craig speaks with Robin Bravender of Michigan Advance about the Supreme Court oral arguments on gerrymandering, Betsy DeVos' appearance before a house subcommittee, and President Trump's decision to again jump into the health care debate.
Craig talks with Allan Lengel, Editor of Deadline Detroit about the Meuller report, the Attorney General's memo, and when, or if the public may get more information any time soon. Is it too soon for anyone to either be declaring victory, or crying in their beer?
Craig talks with two guidance counselors about the best practices happening in the college world in the wake of the admissions scandal. Guests are Holly Bennetts, School Counselor at Mercy High School and also the current President of the Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling; and Patrick O’Connor - Associate Dean of College Counseling at Cranbrook Schools.