Michigan Matters: NFL Official Sarah Thomas On Super Bowl, Flint’s Claressa Shields On Dominating Women’s BoxingOn CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday at 7:30 am as NFL Official Sarah Thomas, the first female to ref in the league and the Super Bowl,  and Flint’s Claressa Shields, who has won two Olympic Gold Medals in Women’s Boxing and also holds three world Titles. 
Michigan Matters: Celebrating First Lady Betty Ford & Bavarian Inn’s Dorothy ZehnderAs Women’s History Month continues, it’s a “Michigan Matters” celebration of two dynamic leaders from Michigan -- former First Lady Betty Ford and Dorothy Zehnder, the 99-years-young restaurant owner from Frankenmuth. 
Michigan Matters: Fighting Covid-19, J & J’s CEO talks about their new vaccine, HFHS's COO shares insights on TelemedicineJ & J Chairman/CEO Alex Gorsky, who hails from Michigan, talks exclusively with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the vaccine, the effort that went into it and what’s ahead in the battle against this 100-year pandemic. 
Michigan Matters: Fighting for Inclusion, Detroit's Place in Civil Rights HistoryAs Black History Month continues, Rabbi Richard Hirsch, Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescocitz, President of Oakland University, Neil A. Barclay, President & CEO of Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and Jamon Jordan, Historian and Educator at Black Scroll Network History & Tours, appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters to discuss Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights movement and more. 
Michigan Matters: The Mayors Weigh In!As the pandemic nears its one year anniversary since reaching Michigan, its toll has been significant as four leaders – Westland Mayor William R. Wild, Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman, Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett, and Warren Mayor James R. Fouts talked about on  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
Michigan Matters: Corporate Inclusion, Detroit’s History and Celebrating a Media Pioneer Who Left Too SoonA look at The Valuable 500- a global initiative to help the disabled as DTE’s CEO explains why they are involved. Black History Month continues, and leaders of WGPR-TV Historical Society talk about the first black-owned station being designated a national historic location.
Michigan Matters: NFL Greats Giving Back to Motor CityAs Super Bowl 55 kicks off this Sunday on CBS, three former NFL stars -- -- Reggie McKenzie, Lomas Brown and Herman Moore -- appear on “Michigan Matters” 7:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62 to talk how they are helping young people through their respective foundations. 
Michigan Matters: Film Incentives, Recreational Marijuana, Movie TheatresOn this week's Michigan Matters, bringing back film incentives, an update on recreational marijuana sales and movie theatres during this pandemic, with three guests at the forefront of these topics
Michigan Matters: Biden’s Inauguration, Trump’s Departure, Kilpatrick’s ReleaseFour regional leaders  discuss a hectic and historic week which saw the departure of Donald Trump, the inauguration of Joe Biden as President, and release of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick from jail thanks to Trump who commuted his sentence on his way out the door. 
Michigan Matters: Washington Insurrection, Presidential Impeachment, Inauguration, Flint Water ChargesCongresswoman Haley Stevens, Oakland County Republican Party Chairman Rocky Raczkowski, Rod Albert of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association, and Peter Bhatia, Editor/Vice President of Detroit Free Press/Freep.com appear with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about these issues and more. 
Michigan Matters: Gauging 2021 Amid Turbulent StartFour influential leaders -- Oakland University President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, Richard DeVore, PNC Regional President for Detroit and Southeast Michigan, Joseph J. Richardson Jr., President/CEO of AAA:The Auto Club Group and Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan at MEDC -- appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters this Sunday (at its new time -- 7:30 am) to talk about what ahead in 2021.