'Michigan Matters' Focus: Helping Detroiters Get HealthierDr. Melvyn Rubenfire, a cardiologist at UM, and Ron Lockett, executive director of the Northwest Activity Center, are doubling down on their efforts to get Detroiters get healthier.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Reading On The Riverfront And Race For The White HouseThousands of young students from Metro Detroit have been dazzled by luminaries from business, sports and politics reading to them all summer long.
CBS 62’s 'Michigan Matters' Focus: Presidential Politics & FarmingSandler said that Trump has captured the nation’s attention as few other candidates in recent memory and has defied pundits since entering the race last year and leaving 17 other GOP challengers in the dust as he won the nomination.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Regional Transit Tax Millage And Presidential RaceL. Brooks Patterson threw down the gauntlet in his opposition of the regional transit tax millage after he said he obtained more of what he wanted in the measure which voters will now decide this November.
"Michigan Matters:" Brooks Patterson Will Explain Why He Gave Regional Transit Millage Plan The Thumbs DownOakland is refusing to support the plan, which would raise $700 million in taxes from 40 communities over 20 years and, Patterson says, provide only $79 million worth of services.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: Tom Izzo Helping Holy Redeemer, Ford Aiding Women Fighting Cancer, And Battling For The White HouseMSU Coach Tom Izzo is pitching in to help Holy Redeemer Grade School as he headlines its annual fundraiser on August 4 to help the iconic school in Southwest Detroit raise funds to send more area children to school.
Michigan Matters: Has Obama's Leadership Helped Or Hindered Nation's Race Relations?Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson mixed it up with Cliff Russell, longtime journalist and pundit, about President Barack Obama's impact on the nation's racial climate in a heated exchange on CBS62's "Michigan Matters."
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Of Politics, Parties and ArtWith the email saga presumably behind Hillary Clinton -- the road ahead to the White House appeared a bit less bumpy, according to participants of the "Michigan Matters" roundtable.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Mitch Albom On Detroit And Hockeytown, Roundtable Debates Trump-HillaryDetroit Free Press columnist and best selling author Mitch Albom talks about his latest project "Hockey: The Musical" -- a comedy now showing at City Theatre which taps into Detroit's love affair with the sport.
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: Michigan Chronicle’s 'Pancakes and Politics' Forum: Millenials Sound Off On Detroit, Its Challenges, Its FutureAs the 11th season of the Michigan Chronicle’s lauded “Pancakes and Politics” speaker series wound down June 16, it was fitting that five young leaders took to the stage to talk about Detroit and its future.
'Michigan Matters' Mackinac Focus: Presidential Politics, Regional Transit And FlintCelebrating the Motor City’s revival and helping the city two years after bankruptcy were among hot topics at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 36th annual Mackinac Policy Conference where “Michigan Matters” cameras were on hand.
Michigan Matters: United Way, Detroit Economic ClubThis week on Michigan Matters host Carol Cain sits down with Dr. Herman Gray, President and CEO of United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and Beth Chappell, President and CEO of Detroit Economic Club and board member of United Way.

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