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This week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain goes on location at the Michigan Political Leadership Program’s annual dinner.
Former Detroit Pistons star Dennis Rodman may have been the man on the basketball court, but in the court of diplomacy – he gets an “F” from former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson.
This friar minstrel is working hard to spread some warmth to Detroiters.
Scott Benson had been a small business owner, served in the military and worked for a community organization in Detroit.
Increasing the wage would help workers and the economy, said Atkinson.The Raise Michigan coalition is working to raise it to $9.50 an hour.
Detroit Native Pam Dawber To Reunite With ‘Mork & Mindy’ Alumn Robin Williams On CBS’ ‘The Crazy Ones’
Three decades later, Robin Williams will share the set of a sitcom with Pam Dawber. The “Mork & Mindy” duo will appear together in an upcoming episode of CBS’ “The Crazy Ones”.
Mark your calendars for college hoops action on CBS 62 including rivalry matchups with Michigan and Michigan State.
Juanita Moore would love a few minutes with Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr .
WGPR-TV62 was the first black-owned TV station in the nation, started by the late attorney and minister William Banks in 1975, on East Jefferson in Detroit.
Detroit Historical Society has installed an exhibit at the Community Gallery of the Detroit Historical Museum telling the story of WGPR-TV.
On November 11, 2013, Family Feud airs a special episode of Honey Boo Boo vs. Cake Boss.
Designers highlight the hottest trends for Spring/Summer 2013 on September 27, 2012 at The Detroit Yacht Club.
Michigan’s own Dan Gheesling was a finalist on Big Brother 14 this season. Check out some photos we snapped at the VIP live finale viewing of BB14 in Dan’s hometown of Dearborn. Congrats to Dan on playing one heck of a game!