Public Sounds Off With Charlie Langton On Ndamukong Suh Leaving LionsWith Nick Fairley's seemingly on the bubble as well, the man said the Lions could soon have "their two front teeth missing."
Metro Detroiters Start Lining Up At 3 A.M. For Free Wings At Royal Oak Buffalo Wild Wings [VIDEO]The mood was friendly as people bundled up in layers of blankets, sat on folding chairs and chatted amongst themselves about many things, including their love of spicy fare from Buffalo Wild Wings.
Testimony Begins In Case Of Attempted Rape, Murder Of April MillsapA total of 12 witnesses are expected to be called during James VanCallis' preliminary exam
Chris Rock Learns About Detroit Bankruptcy, Asks About Kwame On 'Top Five' Promotional TourDetroit was the fourth stop out of five for actor and comedian Chris Rock stopped by the Motown Museum for a photo op.
Seth Gold Takes Aim At Proposed Michigan Law That Lets People 'Borrow' Money Against Their Car"This is bad for Michigan consumers and bad for business," Gold said.
WWJ Special: Charlie Langton Talks Detroit Post-Bankruptcy With Esteemed PanelWWJ's Charlie Langton and co-host Mark Lee spoke about the future of Detroit with Former Detroit City Council Member Ken Cockrel, Karen Dumas and Sandy Baruah, President of the Detroit Regional Chamber.
Celebrity Softball Game Raises Funds To Aid Families Affected By Cystic FibrosisPersonalities from WWJ, 97.1 The Ticket and AMP Radio took part in the fundraising game which collected more than $6,000 towards cystic fibrosis.
Judge Will Hear Objections From The Public On Bankruptcy Plan"This judge wants everybody in Detroit that has an objection to the city's plan to get out of bankruptcy come to court and prove the case," WWJ's Charlie Langton said.
Residents In Ann Arbor Apartment Complex Banned From Smoking -- InsideThe notices told residents if they want to smoke, they have to walk at least 25 feet away from their apartment.
Stoney And Bill Sing For The WWJ Radiothon For THAWStoney, Bill stopped by the WWJ Radiothon For THAW to encourage listeners to call in to make a donation with a rousing ballad. The Plastic Oh No Band graced the volunteers with a tune about helping our fellow Detroiters pay their heat bills.
Detroit's Beleaguered 36th District Court Making Strides Despite City's Bankruptcy"We are making life a littler easier on the lawyers, there isn't this wandering about the building trying to find their case, find the judge. Assignments are much clearer. We have simplified things in terms of jury service."