We've seen a recent spike in violent crime and with the warmer temperatures on the way many worry those numbers will only go up.
Detroit's Chief of Police James Craig joined us to discuss.
If some lawmakers get their way - the transportation service Uber could soon be forced to change it's ways. And it could cost you more in the long run.
Joining us to talk about that was Kenneth Kabaka Reynolds, President of the Detroit Taxi Association who believes Uber is getting preferential treatment.
Also on the show to discuss Uber was Felix Teichman, Manager of M-Brew bar and restaurant who says leave Uber alone, it gives people a safe and inexpensive way home.