Michigan Matters: Going One-On-One With Gov. WhitmerGov. Gretchen Whitmer stopped by CBS 62 to appear on Michigan Matters to talk about her first year in office and the opportunities and challenges ahead for her and the state she leads.
Michigan Matters: Helping Others This Holiday Season With the holidays upon us, representatives of three well known organizations stopped by the CBS 62 “Michigan Matters” set to talk about their efforts to give back and spread some cheer to those in need.
Michigan Matters: Rolling Out Recreational MarijuanaIt’s been a year since voters in the Great Lakes State approved sale of recreational marijuana to adults, leaders at the forefront of the change are on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to provide an update.
Michigan Matters: Going One-On-One with Pete Karmanos, The Roundtable Talks ImpeachmentOn this week's Michigan Matters, ultra successful Detroit entrepreneur Peter Karmanos Jr., who co-founded Compuware and owns a portion of the NHL Carolina Hurricanes, discussed his newest company, MadDog Ventures.
Michigan Matters: Mitch Albom on Family & What Matters Most, Red Wings' Nick Lidstrom On What He Misses About DetroitOn this week's Michigan Matters, Former Detroit Red Wing Nicklas Lidstrom and Author Mitch Albom share their experiences that lead them to write their new books.
Michigan Matters: 'Pure Michigan' Under Siege, Impeachment Picks Up Steam Tourism is huge business in the region and state as Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan, and Debbie Haas, Vice President of Travel at AAA Michigan and 10 other states, appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters” 11:30 am this Sunday to talk about its importance.
Michigan Matters: Is Civility In Politics Dead?The high powered roundtable of Denise Ilitch, David Dulio, and Barry Rabe, appeared on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to discuss the state of politics and its impact in Lansing and Washington.
Michigan Matters: Celebrating The Queen of SoulThe life of Aretha Franklin – the late Queen of Soul – is celebrated on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as Linda Solomon, photojournalist and author of a new book about the legend, and Detroit Entrepreneur Cristal Franklin, the singer’s niece, appear with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to share memories .
Michigan Matters: TCF Center & Conventions, Oakland University's Imprint GrowsOn this week's Michigan Matters, Claude Molinari, General Manager of TCF Center, admits to having to remind himself of the facility’s new name each time he introduces himself to people.
Michigan Matters: Growing A Children's FoundationOn this week's Michigan Matters, The Children’s Foundation President and CEO Larry Burns talked about the shifting focus of his organization as it grows its imprint across the region.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: EMU Coach Rob Murphy Goes "Deep" As He Helps Student AthletesEastern Michigan University Men’s Head Basketball Coach Rob Murphy talks to “Michigan Matters” Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation about his upcoming autobiography “Deep"
Michigan Matters: Local Firm Aims To Revolutionize Global Mail DeliveryMike Wang, along with John Manoogian and Joseph Buick, now both board members of Quadrobot, appeared with CBS 62's MICHIGAN MATTERS Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about the company and its future.
Michigan Matters: Update On Detroit Public Schools As he begins his third year at the helm of Detroit Public Schools Community District, Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent, talked one on one with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters,” about the status of the state’s largest district.
Michigan Matters: PNC, Michigan Team Up to Help New Families in Need Sean Welsh, PNC West Michigan Regional President, Peggy Vander Meulen, Program Director of Strong Beginnings, and Terri Kirkpatrick, a Community Health Worker at Strong Beginnings, appear on Michigan Matters
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