Michigan Matters: The Long, Winding Road To The White HouseOn this week's Michigan Matters, the roundtable talks about President Donald Trump, and impact – if any -- of the impeachment trial on the electorate.
Michigan Matters: Presidential Politics Plus Matters Of The HeartOn this week’s Michigan Matters… With the Presidential race officially kicking off this week .... how will Michigan factor in to this historic contest? What do leaders here have to say about it?
Michigan Matters: Celebrating Inspiring Community ChampionsOn this week’s Michigan Matters… It’s a spotlight on two remarkable women blazing unique trails to help our community..
Michigan Matters Exclusive: "Big Four" Plus One Debate Regional Transit At Breakfast ClubOn this weeks Michigan Matters, Carol Cain moderates the 2020 Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club Forum, featuring Mayor Mike Duggan, Executive Mark Hackel, Executive David Coulter, Executive Warren Evans, and Jason Morgan.
Michigan Matters: Forget the Weather, Think Boating in the Great Lakes State!On this week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain sits down with two people from the Detroit Boat Show to discuss what's popular at the show and what it's like moving the show back to January.
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: Engler defends Izzo, Dantonio Looks to leave MSU jobEngler, former governor of Michigan, talked for the first time publicly before an audience about his first three months on the job. The sold-out event was held at the Townsend Hotel.
Michigan Matters: Transit Talk Splits Big FourCarol Cain talks with women who are making an impact on the region and the march on Washington about gun violence. Her guests include Jennifer Kluge, Mary Pat Rosen, L. Brooks Patterson, Denise Ilitch, and Robert Ficano.
Happy Holidays from Michigan Matters!As CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” wraps up a fantastic 2017 - and before we dive in to a new year - it’s time to say thank you to the many guests and wonderful staff who bring the show to viewers each Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
Michigan Matters: Bye Bye Cobo Center, Hello...?What's in a name? That's being determined right now at Cobo Center as the authority which runs the facility is nearing the end of the process to change its name.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: EMU's President Talks Race, Athletics & TalentJames M. Smith appeared on "Michigan Matters" and talked about challenges and opportunities before his institution which is one of 15 public colleges and universities in the state.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: MPLP Training For Rough ‘N Tumble World Of PoliticsThe round table also discussed how Trump was impacting the political landscape across the nation and Michigan.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Helping Detroiters Get HealthierDr. Melvyn Rubenfire, a cardiologist at UM, and Ron Lockett, executive director of the Northwest Activity Center, are doubling down on their efforts to get Detroiters get healthier.
CBS 62’s 'Michigan Matters' Focus: Presidential Politics & FarmingSandler said that Trump has captured the nation’s attention as few other candidates in recent memory and has defied pundits since entering the race last year and leaving 17 other GOP challengers in the dust as he won the nomination.
"Michigan Matters:" Brooks Patterson Will Explain Why He Gave Regional Transit Millage Plan The Thumbs DownOakland is refusing to support the plan, which would raise $700 million in taxes from 40 communities over 20 years and, Patterson says, provide only $79 million worth of services.