Michigan Matters: Filling the Gaps in Education and Keeping Michiganders HealthierEducation was front and center on the Michigan Matters round table as Tonya Allen, David Nicholson, and Charlie Beckham appeared with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about how to improve things in schools across the region.
Michigan Matters: Celebrating Veterans and Paying Attention to Mental HealthCarol Cain sits with Kevin Fischer, CEO of the NAMI and Willie Brooks, President & CEO of the DWMH, as they discuss importance of mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month.
Michigan Matters: "Beam Me Up, Scotty!" to "Dark Skies" Tourism Looks to the StarsThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain sits down with Dave Lorenz, Vice President, Travel Michigan, who talks about tourism’s impact on the state..
Teaming up to Help Metro Detroit Kids Gain OpportunitiesOn CBS 62’s Michigan Matters, sports, educational, community and political leaders appeared and talked about the plethora of opportunities available across our region.
Michigan Matters: L. Brooks Patterson on the Fight for His Life, Denise Ilitch Sounds Off on HBO ReportL. Brooks Patterson says he’s determined to win his newest fight -- one involving his health as he appeared on Michigan Matters with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in a conversation about his battle with stage four pancreatic cancer.
Michigan Matters: Haley Stevens, Focus on Tech and ManufacturingFreshman U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens, D-Rochester Hills, appeared on Michigan Matters and talked up the importance of technology and manufacturing jobs in southeast Michigan and her efforts in Washington to safeguard them.
Michigan Matters: The Road to Mackinac and Celebrity College Admissions ScandalCarol Cain takes a look at a fascinating new project called I.Detroit.. which will tell the story of the Motor City through the eyes of 100 people.
Michigan Matters: Former Lions QB Eric Hipple on Brain InjuriesFormer Detroit Lions Quarterback Eric Hipple appears on Michigan Matters airing Sunday along with Jennifer Dale of the Center for Neurological Studies (CNS) to talk about the importance of dealing with brain injuries and long term health
Michigan Matters: Focus on Mobility in Metro DetroitMichael Noblett, new president and CEO of the American Center For Mobility, appeared on Michigan Matters to talk with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the facility’s imprint on the region and its efforts to lead in the mobility space.
Michigan Matters: A Conservative Point of View taking Hold?Carol Cain is joined by the roundtable of Oakland Count Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Susy Avery, Co-Director of MPLP, and Charlie Beckham, former director of Detroit Recreation Department and City of Detroit Consultant and fixing the roads and more.
Michigan Matters: 2020 Presidential Race Heats Up; Party Chairs Get Ready for RumbleThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain and the CBS 62 crew travel to MSU’s MPLP annual dinner in Novi to talk exclusively with two national strategists.
Michigan Matters: Small Business is Big in the Motor City!Small Business is becoming big business across Metro Detroit with more start-ups than ever before.Why is that? Donna Hover-Ojeda, of SCORE Detroit, Charlie Beckham, of the National Business League, and Constance Logan, of SBA Michigan appear with MICHIGAN MATTERS Senior Producer/ Host Carol Cain for a conversation about that question.
Michigan Matters: Partnering To Help Students Succeed At SchoolMichigan Matters host Carol Cain talks with Oakland County Board of Commissioners Chairman David Woodward and Oakland Schools Superintendent Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson and Sara Gold, Director, Basic Needs and Child Nutrition, United Way for Southeastern Michigan about how Oakland Schools can be healthier.
Michigan Matters: Lexus Velodrome Charts Bold Path From Motor CityDale Hughes, Executive Director of the Detroit Fitness Foundation, the non-profit which operates the Lexus Velodrome has big plans. He talked about them with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of Michigan Matters as he will add more racing events at the Velodrome.
Michigan Matters: Putting A Spotlight On Eye-Opening Tax SeasonMillions of Michiganders and Americans filling out their 2018 taxes will likely be surprised to learn their refunds will be less than expected or that they owe thanks to changes in federal laws adopted by Congress in 2017. Susan Tompor, Personal Finance Columnist at Detroit Free Press, talked with Carol Cain, Senior Producer & Host, about those changes.