Michigan Matters: EV's Supercharging Impact Across Metro DetroitAs the electric vehicle revolution unfolds,  companies, suppliers and organizations are adjusting as Joseph Grace, Vice President, Head of Physical and Functional Design & Integration, Stellantis; Vuk Milojkovic, CEO, BASF Toda America LLC; Glenn Stevens, Executive Director, MICHauto and Vice President, Automotive & Mobility Initiatives at Detroit Regional Chamber; and Rod Alberts, Executive Director of Detroit Auto Dealers Association, discussed on “Michigan Matters” airing 8 a.m. this Sunday on CBS 62. 
Michigan Matters: Powering EVs, Wireless Charging Roads and Drones
Michigan Matters: Dissecting the Political LandscapeIt was full steam ahead as talk of politics took center stage during taping of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as GOP powerhouse Susy Avery and Democratic strategist Steve Tobocman, the two outgoing co-chairs of MSU’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, talked about regional and national politics (it airs 8 am Sunday).
Michigan Matters: Star Trek’s William Shatner & Auto Icon Bob Lutz Discuss the Electric FutureWilliam Shatner, star of the iconic 1960s TV show “Star Trek,” and Bob Lutz, former Vice Chair of GM, join two Detroit entrepreneurs as they appear on “Michigan Matters” airing 8 am this Sunday on CBS 62 to discuss the electric future. 
Michigan Matters: Education in the Spotlight!Oakland University President Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz and Skillman Foundation’s new President/CEO Angelique Power appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” (airing 8am Sunday) to talk about the state of education in our city and region. 
Michigan Matters: Helping Women and Improving Health in RegionTrailblazing Entertainment and Media Executive Nancy Tellem moved to Detroit and just opened BasBlue – a place to empower women from a historic building near DIA. Then Alisha Bell, chair of the Wayne County Board of Commissioners, talks about issues before the region. And retired Detroit Lions star Herman Moore is hoping to close the health gap between people of color with a new initiative.
Michigan Matters: Impacting Health & Well-Being Across Metro RegionThree women making a difference -- Col.  Felicia L. Burks, Najah Bazzy and Ariana Kabodian – appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (8 am) to talk about the health and well-being of our region (as we take note of Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Family History Month). 
Michigan Matters: Cranking up the Volume on Biden, Politics, Elections & ArtIt was talk of politics, the infrastructure bill, Joe Biden and presidential votes that kicked off CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as former Michigan Republican Chair Saul Anuzis and former Democratic Party Chair Mark Brewer appeared to discuss politics in the region and in Washington. 
Michigan Matters: Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, Community ChampionsAs Hispanic Heritage Month continues, CBS 62’s”Michigan Matters" spotlights three organizations helping the community as Jane C. Garcia, Vice Chairman of LA SED,  Dina Fattom Wagner, Director of Membership and Programming of Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Michael Odom, Chairman of Southwest Detroit Business Association, appear to talk about unique times in our region. 
Michigan Matters: Helping Young Folks & Cancer PatientsTwo leaders—Susan Westhoff, COO of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, and Christian Greer, President and CEO of the Michigan Science Center in Detroit, appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday to talk how they are helping expose more young people to science and technology, and jobs of the future.