Michigan Matters: Talk of Politics & HomesAs Election 2022 picks up steam, U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence and U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens appear to talk about things in Washington and issues at home on  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
Michigan Matters: Talking with Two Detroit Legends, Helping the CommunityDetroit born actor Tom Selleck, star of “Blue Bloods” and the original “Magnum PI” TV series talks about his illustrious career, his beloved Detroit Tigers and more on  “Michigan Matters” airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62. 
Politics Heats Up as the Ukraine Crisis Resonates in Metro DetroitSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Rudy Hobbs, and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of MPLP non-partisan program about politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, a longtime diplomat, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania smyk, who helped organized huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Film Incentives Making a Comeback?Michigan once had the most lucrative film incentives in the nation in 2008 but were ended in 2015. Now, some state legislators are trying to bring a modified version back as Peter Klein, Secretary-Treasurer of Michigan Film Industry Association, talked about on  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
Michigan Matters: Celebrating 3 Trailblazers & Black History MonthAs Black History Month continues, three African American leaders dominating their professions – Suzanne Shank, President/CEO of  Siebert Williams Shank,  Dr. Kenneth L. Harris, President/CEO of the National Business League, and  Keith Wyche, Vice President of Community Engagement at Walmart-  appear on CBS 62’s  “Michigan Matters” to talk about their careers,  helping to  pave the way for young people and  much more. 
Michigan Matters: Talk of Ford, Motor City and the FutureBill Ford, Executive Chairman of the company bearing his name, appears on “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (8 am on CBS 62) and talks about his company,  Detroit, his family and more. 
Michigan Matters: Schools Are Going To The Dogs, and For Good Reason!Elite Detection K9 – an Oakland County non-profit born a few years ago from Leader Dogs For the Blind – is bringing specially trained dogs it breeds and raises to area schools to help keep them safe. Gregory P. Guidice, President and CEO of EDK9, appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about it. 
Michigan Matters: Norcia & Vann Team Up to Help DetroitTwo powerhouse community leaders -- Jerry Norcia, President/CEO of DTE Energy, and Bishop Edgar Vann, Senior Pastor of Second Ebenezer Church of Detroit – appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday to talk about helping United Way for Southeastern Michigan and metro Detroit as they serve as Co-Chairs of their 2022 campaign. 
Michigan Matters: Where are the Female CEOs in Michigan?With over 50 percent of Michigan’s population being female and most working outside the home, an all-star lineup of experts --- Carey Oven, Leslie Murphy, Carla Bailo, and Terry Barclay appear to provide an update of how women are faring in corporate America. 
Michigan Matters: The Mobility Revolution Envelops the RegionSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain discusses mobility revolution and how electric cars, drones and planes will evolve with Mujeeb Ijaz of ONC, Trevor Pawl, Chief Mobility Officer of Michigan, Brett Adcock of Archer Aviation, and Glenn Stevens, of MICHAuto who share latest developments.
Michigan Matters: Biden, Trump & the Political Road Across MichiganSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain discusses politics with Lavora Barnes, chair, Michigan Democratic Party, Rocky Raczkowski, chair, Oakland County Republican Party, David Dulio, Director of Oakland University Center for Civic Engagement, and Matt Grossman, Director, MSU’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research appear to talk about a blockbuster political year in Michigan and the road ahead.
Michigan Matters: Marygrove’s Dramatic TransformationThe evolution of Marygrove continues as the former college is being transformed with its focus on early education and wrap round community services to help young people as Marygrove Conservancy, Kresge Foundation, PNC Bank and others pitch in to help. 
Michigan Matters: Bavarian Inn Restaurant's 100-year-old Dorothy Zehnder; Winding down a bombastic 2021 with Denise Ilitch & Peter BhatiaDorothy Zehnder, co-founder of Bavarian Inn Restaurant, talks about her recent milestone 100th birthday, and shares her recipe for a full and happy life, and what it’s like to celebrate Christmas every day as she appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” airing 8 am this Sunday. 
Michigan Matters: The Aftermaths of the Oxford School ShootingAs the community continues to pick up the pieces following the Nov. 30 shooting rampage at Oxford High School which claimed the lives of four students and injured seven others, Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard appeared on  CBS 62's “Michigan Matters” to talk about the incident and aftermaths. 
Michigan Matters: Two Stars With Motor City Ties Lighting Up Entertainment WorldDetroit-born Musician Mike Skill of the Romantics and iconic TV & Broadway Set Designer Ray Klausen -- who just moved to Metro Detroit – appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” 8 a.m. this Sunday to talk about their riveting careers as each has carved a unique path on the national stage.