Women Businesses: To Certify Or Not? And Melania Trump & The MediaAs more women are opening up businesses across Metro Detroit, a question many are considering is whether it makes sense for them to get officially certified as such.
New DPS Chief Lays Out Educational Plan Plus, The Riverfront And DPS FoundationDr. Nikolai Vitti, superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, laid out his vision for the state's largest district and how he hopes to improve it during a taping of CBS 62's Michigan Matters.
Michigan Matters: Reading On The RiverfrontWatch an exclusive conversation as host Carol Cain interviews Dr. Nikolai Vitti, the Superintendent of the Detroit Public School Community District.
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: UM AD Warde Manuel Talks Harbaugh, FootballUniversity of Michigan Athletic Director Warde Manuel appeared on CBS 62's "Michigan Matters" in an exclusive wide reaching interview with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain and discussed prospects for the 2017 football season.
Michigan Matters: Solar Eclipse - Motor City Style, Donald Trump's FalloutWhat Michiganders can expect during the solar eclipse. Plus the roundtable dissects the fallout of the deadly altercation in Charlottesville, Va.
Michigan Matters: Debating Detroit's Mayoral DebateAs incumbent Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan walked away with a resounding victory over State Sen. Coleman A. Young Jr. in Tuesday's primary where he obtained over 60-percent of the vote, the "Michigan Matters" roundtable talked about whether there would be more than one debate in the fall election.
Engines Will Soon Rev Up For Woodward Dream Cruise Presented By FordOver one million people will again migrate to Metro Detroit to attend the Woodward Dream Cruise presented by Ford which will be held on Aug. 19.
Linda McMahon: From The World Of Wrestling To The White HouseLinda McMahon discusses her time as CEO of WWE which she grew along with husband, Vince, into a huge wrestling empire.
A 'Michigan Matters' Look At Detroit 1967 The Past, Present And Future Of Our RegionFormer Detroit Police Chief Isaiah McKinnon was a young officer in 1967 and recalled with gripping detail how he was pulled over by white officers while driving in the Motor City who drew guns on him.
Michigan Matters: Communications Scholarship Seeks Minority College Candidates, Ann Arbor Art FairWith over a half million people working in advertising, marketing and public relations across the nation, just 10-percent were Hispanic, 7 percent African American and 5.7-percent Asian.