Wright, Democratic Strategist and former Executive Director of the Correct the Record SuperPac, discusses the increase in tensions between North Korea and the U.S. after the failed missile test by the North Koreans.
Professor of Art History and Director of Museum Studies discusses her new book "Mid-Michigan Modern: Lansing Architects and their Clients." Bandes will be giving a free lecture on Thursday, March 23, 7 P.M. at the Lansing Public Library.
Hiltz of AAA Michigan discusses gas prices this week. Challenger is the Vice President at Challenger, Gray & Christmas and of Fox News Radio. He discusses March Madness costs employers billions in lost productivity.
Constitutional law professor with Western Michigan University and Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing discusses his take on the first hearings for new Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch in the U.S. Senate.
“Boogie” Bob Baldori, a Lansing native and long time musician played gigs with Chuck Berry at Lake Lansing resort and the Dells in 1960's, and later opened for him on tour. Baldori discusses the recent death of Chuck Berry.
CEO, and Founder of OperationsInc, leveraging a 30 year career in Human Resources and Operational Management, and of Fox News Radio discusses U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in President Trump's first full month.
Rossman-McKinney of the public Relations firm Truscott Rossman talks about International Woman's Day, and how her firm is being honored as one of the Top Woman Owned Businesses by the Grand Rapids Business Journal.
A.G. Schuette talks about a variety of topics, including a program to help protect students from bullying in school and pushing back against invasive species. (Ed. Note: Schuette later told other MI media he misspoke with WILS when referring to Obamacare in the interview archived here, and meant to say the Obama Administration.)
Georgatos, Political Strategist and author of "LAdies, Can We Talk? America Needs Our Vote!," talks about the repeal and replacement of ObamaCare by the Republican Party, and what they'll replace it with.
Attorney-at-Law (His practice areas are limited to U.S. constitutional law, federal criminal defense, government investigations, internal audits, federal litigation, healthcare law, and cases involving foreign legal systems) and of Fox News Radio discusses new Trump travel order will aim to short circuit legal challenges.