Moderator: Tim Skubick, political correspondent, WJBK-TV and WWJ News Radio 950 Candidates: Virg Bernero, mayor, City of Lansing (D) Mike Bouchard, sheriff, Oakland County (R) Mike Cox, state attorney general (R) Rep. Andy Dillon, speaker of the house, Michigan State Legislature (D) Sen. Tom George, Michigan State Senate (R) U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R) Rick Snyder, chief executive officer, Ardesta LLC (R)+ More details
DETROIT (Tell Us Det) - Just days before the November 2nd election, former President Bill Clinton campaigned for gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero at Renaissance High School, on Detroit's westside Sunday afternoon. Bernero, who is currently trailing in some polls by as much as 20 percent behind his opponent Rick Snyder, is hoping that 'Bubba Magic' will energize the city's voters and drive them to the polls on election day. However, it seems that even the announcement, four day's prior to the former president's appearance at the rally, could not turnout much more than 500 people for the event. The lowest of the day. Just 2 hours later in Ann Arbor, Clinton spoke to a crowd at a John Dingell rally of nearly 1,500 party faithful. During his speech, Clinton offered a global perspective on the economy. "The United States is 70 percent out of that $3 trillion hole," he said, comparing that to other countries. "Germany has recovered 60 percent of its lost income, Japan 50, the United Kingdom 30. So compared to the competition, we're doing pretty well. Clinton said he's tired of the "right-wing rhetoric" being spewed by the GOP. "I almost gag when I hear these Republicans lambasting the president and the Democrats in Congress, 'Oh, they're such big spenders, they're just crazy, they're quasi-socialist,'" he said. "I have a simple question: Who's the last president to give you a balanced budget?" “You have a uniquely qualified person here,” Clinton said. “If he loses, you lose.”+ More details
2015 State of the City address by Mayor Virg Bernero in Lansing, MI.+ More details
Willow Elementary hosts the kickoff of the new lansing SAVE program, designed to teach kids about money, saving for college and financial preparedness in general. Speakers of the kickoff event include SAVE program director, Jayme King, Mayor Virg Bernero and Superintendent Yvonne Caamal Canul.+ More details
Join us for Free haircuts, eye exams, veterans programs and so much more during this yearly installment of Community Connect. This event is funded by the City of Lansing, sponsored by local supporters and spearheaded by Doctor Joan Jackson Johnson alongside our Mayor, Virg Bernero.+ More details
This is a powerful event held at the Lansing center each year that urges the citizens of Lansing to come together in the struggle to end hunger in the mid Michigan region. The proceeds of this benefit dinner go directly to the Greater Lansing Food Bank. The event takes place every year after the close of the holy month of Ramadan and serves as a beacon of cultural enlightenment for Lansing citizens.+ More details
Get informed by the City of Lansing department heads and their representatives about current issues and citizens concerns. City Hall on the Road is when the city comes into your neighborhood to answer questions from the citizens, the next best thing to being there is to get the scoop from the department representatives themselves in this episode about whats going on and upcoming in the City of Lansing+ More details
Itec proudly unveils their new TechTransport bus to be equipped with a fully functional, mobile science & technology lab! Kirk Riley, along with other community leaders, speak on the importance of early learning & great resources such as this one in our local Lansing community.+ More details
This video commemorates the signing of the comprehensive development agreement for the Red Cedar Golf Course site. Several details on the proposed redevelopment are included by developers Hobbs + Black, Ferguson Development and Continental Real Estate. Some highlights include, new retail & restaurant opportunities, new student housing and innovative water solutions for the proposed site.+ More details
What are Tags?
Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."