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The Steve Gruber Show is “full contact radio,” bright and early. Weekdays from 5:30 to 9:00am, Steve Gruber and Jo Anne Paul deliver the top news in Michigan, the nation, and around the world. At the Steve Gruber Show, we get to the bottom of the real issues and have the top experts and lawmakers across the country join us to help explain what’s going on every day.

Wake up, get one step ahead, and listen to the Steve Gruber Show!

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M-F 5:30 am - 9:00 am

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Pro Sports Teams in Michigan Asked to Enact Zero-Tolerance for Domestic Violence

It's a non-binding resolution, but state lawmakers are hoping a resolution enacted on Thursday will prompted the owners of professional sports teams in the state to "do the right thing."

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Claims Totten overstated experience
Claims Totten overstated experience
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AG Pushes Back on Milliken Endorsement

Attorney General Bill Schuette says he respects former Governor Bill Milliken but wonders what he looked at when determining which candidate is better for the office of "top cop" in Michigan.

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Former Michigan Governor Delivers Another Blow to the GOP
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Former Michigan Governor Delivers Another Blow to the GOP

Former Michigan Republican Governor William Milliken proving again today that he won't be swayed by party politics..

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Aramark Sued for Cruel and Unusual Punishment
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Aramark Sued for Cruel and Unusual Punishment

The Aramark Food Services Company is back in the news.  A prisoner is now suing the food supplier claiming cruel and unusual punishment.  

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Land campaign officials announcing today a debate mediator has been chosen
Land campaign officials announcing today a debate mediator has been chosen
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Hopes for a U. S. Senate Debate Still Alive

In less than two months voters head to the polls to decide whether Republicans will take a U. S. seat in Michigan for the first time in years.  But while the two candidates to replace outgoing Democratic Senator Carl Levin have been at an impasse in coming to agreements on debates, it looks like hope is not yet over.

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Both Zale and Flemming had previous road rage incidents prior to their fatal encounter earlier this month
Both Zale and Flemming had previous road rage incidents prior to their fatal encounter earlier this month
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Report: Road Rage Motorists with History of Problems Behind the Wheel

The men involved in a fatal road rage incident earlier in the month in Livingston County apparently had quite a history with the law, including other confrontations with motorists and threats to shoot utility workers.  

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MSU Gets Spotlight Again
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MSU Gets Spotlight Again

Michigan State University is among a handful of public universities across the country that will be offering assistance to raise graduation rates for students.

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Parents of Students Sickened at Olivet College Want the School to Pay
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Parents of Students Sickened at Olivet College Want the School to Pay

More than a week after dozens of students at Olivet College in Eaton County were sickened by "carbon monoxide-like" symptoms, there are still more questions than answers....and medical bills.

Now parents want the school to pick up the tab.

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Drive-Thru Wakes?  They Could be Coming to a Funeral Home Near You
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Drive-Thru Wakes? They Could be Coming to a Funeral Home Near You

You can get a burger and fries, or even cash your check at a drive-thru, so why not be able to say goodbye to a friend or loved one that way.

Paradise Funeral Chapel in Saginaw is offering you the opportunity to do just that.   

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Another Delay in Detroit's Bankruptcy Trial?
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Another Delay in Detroit’s Bankruptcy Trial?

U. S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes already issued a delay to enable Detroit officials to work out the details of a proposed settlement with creditors, but now others are looking for even more time.

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