Michigan Matters: From Mackinac to Motor Bella, Major Events ReturnMotor Bella is making its debut at the M1 Concourse this coming week as Detroit Auto Dealers Association's Executive Director Rod Alberts and the facility’s CEO Timothy McGrane talked about on “Michigan Matters” airing 8 a.m. this Sunday on CBS 62. 
Michigan Matters: Of Politics & Pandemic: Evans, Coulter, Barnett, Wild Weigh InIt was talk of politics, flooding, pandemic and a major gas leak as Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett and Westland Mayor William Wild appear on “Michigan Matters” (airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62) to talk about an action-packed time in the region. 
Michigan Matters: Of Job Woes, Young People, Tooling around the Motor CitySenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Peter Quigley, of Kelly, which is adjusting as the blue chip firm helps companies with employees and talent issues , as Kelly’s own imprint evolves. John Smith talks about getting around in new ways. And Shawn H. Wilson talks about rapper Big Sean and others joining BGCSM to help young people.
Michigan Matters: Of Organ Donations & Keeping Kidneys HealthierOn this week's Michigan Matter. Over 25-hundred Michiganders are waiting for an organ transplant. What’s being done to help? Plus--keeping our kidneys healthier. Watch 8 am Sunday
Michigan Matters: Of Politics, Afghanistan & BusinessWith a Detroit Mayor’s race on, a governor’s contest taking shape, an Afghanistan crisis simmering and a major company getting bigger, “Michigan Matters” delves into those issues and others as Detroit Free Press Editor and Vice President Peter Bhatia, Political Consultant Randy Richardville, and Sandy Pierce, Chair of Michigan/Huntington Bank, appear on the show airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62. 
Michigan Matters: The Boys of Summer: on Careers, Life & Helping Metro DetroitAt an age when most of their peers retired long ago, Park West Gallery Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione and Metro Detroit Youth Day Founder Edward Deeb are going strong and appear on “Michigan Matters” 8 am Sunday to talk about their lives, careers and efforts to help our region. 
Michigan Matters: Of Autos, Fighter Jets & Summer in the CityThese may be the dog days of summer but things have been anything but quiet as Toyota’s Curt McAllister, Salvation Army’s Maj. Timothy Meyer, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters (airing 8 am Sunday) to discuss unusually busy times. 
Michigan Matters: “Help Wanted!” Growing Woe for BusinessA conversation with two entrepreneurs going national as we check in with FixMyCar Founder Prashant Salla, and Samia Gore, founder and CEO of Body Complete Rx. And Chris Holman, Founder and CEO of Michigan Business Network, talks about their latest survey of businesses, how they are doing & what’s ahead.
Michigan Matters: Auto Companies & Shows Forging New Paths Amid PandemicDetroit Auto Dealers Association Executive Director Rod Alberts, DADA Special Events Chairman Doug North, Stellantis’ Head of Experiential Marketing Jason Russ and Ford’s Director of Brand and Integrated Marketing Kim Cape appear with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about auto shows, launching new vehicles and how things have changed and been impacted by the crisis. 
Michigan Matters: Inspiring Young Folks Via Sports, Community Theatre Returns to Metro DetroitTalk about engaging young people through sports takes center stage on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as Robert Jamerson, CEO of Detroit PAL,  and Dave Robinson, owner of TGA of Southeast Michigan, appear to share information about programs they have inspiring young people. 
Michigan Matters: Navigating the PandemicIt’s a conversation with leaders of four well known entities in our state --- Chris Shepler, of Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry Service, Hussein Berry, Vice President of Delta’s Detroit operation, Karen Totaro, General Manager of TCF Center, and Steven Kalczynski, of the Townsend Hotel – as they appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” 7:30 am Sunday to talk how they have adjusted during the pandemic.