Michigan Matters: Ilitch, Patterson & Roberts, Should Detroit Subsidize the Corktown Deal?Should the city of Detroit offer tax incentives of $100 million to help Ford bring its $740 million Corktown project to life at the defunct train station?
Michigan Matters: DPS Leader talks Academics, Enrollment and Water WoesEntering his second year on the job, Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District discussed revamping its school curriculum and growing enrollment on Michigan Matters.
Michigan Matters: Goodfellows Giving Back & TEDxDetroit Celebrating Innovators
Michigan Matters: The Cost Of EducationAs students head back to the classroom, a new poll released by a group of educators and community leaders from across the state found support for changing the way Michigan schools are funded to better meet the needs of all students. 
Michigan Matters Exclusive: Higher Education and Saying Goodbye to a LegendTo Degree or Not To Degree, that is the question facing many young adults. On this week’s Michigan Matters, Carol dives more into this issue with Western Michigan University’s President Dr. Edward Montgomery. The two talk about the challenges facing modern universities and students at whole.
Michigan Matters: Shifting Gears in Politics & the Auto ShowAfter voters went to the polls Tuesday in Michigan’s primary and set the stage for the showdown this fall when they will decide on a new governor, U.S. Senator and countless other elected jobs, the “Michigan Matters” roundtable talked about round two of the process which will wind down Nov. 6.
Michigan Matters: Record Voter Turnout Ahead?With Michigan’s primary only days away, indications are it could be a record turnout Tuesday as voters head to the polls.
Michigan Matters: Charlie BeckhamThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain sits down for an exclusive conversation with Charlie Beckham, Group Executive in Charge of Neighborhoods for the City of Detroit.
Michigan Matters: NABJ, Media Legends and PoliticsThis week on Michigan Matters talks about the NABJ Annual Conference returning to Detroit after 26 years.
Michigan Matters: Ann Arbor Art FairThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain talks with Karen Delhey, spokesperson for Ann Arbor Art Fair, and Mary Kerr, President and CEO of Destination Ann Arbor, about the epic annual art show which lures nearly 400,000.