Michigan Matters: Covering Our Region, Outlook For The Road AheadFour influential leaders --Denise Ilitch, Peter Bhatia, Rocky Raczkowski and Darci McConnell – talk about the impact of the dramatic year that was and how it might shape 2021 on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters"
Michigan Matters: Growing A Children's FoundationOn this week's Michigan Matters, The Children’s Foundation President and CEO Larry Burns talked about the shifting focus of his organization as it grows its imprint across the region.
Michigan Matters: Region Gears Up to Bid on NFL Draft, NCAA Final Four and Other Sporting Events!On this week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain hosted a panel of prominent figures in Detroit sports. Join Carol Cain, Rod Wood, Denise Ilitch, and Bud Denker for the Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club.
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: 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: 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.
Michigan Matters: Debating Detroit's Mayoral DebateAs incumbent Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan walked away with a resounding victory over State Sen. Coleman A. Young Jr. in Tuesday's primary where he obtained over 60-percent of the vote, the "Michigan Matters" roundtable talked about whether there would be more than one debate in the fall election.
'Michigan Matters' Pays Homage To 'The Joe'Denise Ilitch talked about the imprint of "The Joe" on Detroit as she recalled when her family purchased the Detroit Red Wings and Joe Louis served as its new home.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: Technology Impacting Our FutureTechnology is vital now but will only grow more critical as seismic changes continue to impact our core industries and how we live.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: President Trump, Mayor Fouts, Mayor Duggan's FutureDonald Trump promised things would change when he became president and that much the "Michigan Matters" panel of L. Brooks Patterson, Denise Ilitch and Charlie Beckham all agreed upon would be the case.
Michigan Matters: MEDC's Steve Arwood Reveals Optimistic Outlook For EconomySteve Arwood, CEO of Michigan Economic Development Corporation, talked about improving economic conditions in Michigan and how 2017 is shaping up during taping of "Michigan Matters."
Michigan Matters: Getting Detroiters Back To WorkCarol Cain sits down with Mike Finney who just left Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration to focus full time on a program called Community Ventures Resources. Mike then joins Oakland County Executive, L. Brooks Patterson and Denise Ilitch, CEO of Ilitch Enterprises on the roundtable.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Putting At-Risk Employees Back To WorkThe situation isn't lost on Michael Finney as more Detroiters are out of work and habitually unemployed when there is a growing need for more trained workers than ever before.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Terrorist Attacks Toll On Muslims In Metro DetroitWith recent terrorist attacks in Paris and ISIS taking responsibility, local Muslim leaders in Metro Detroit are on guard, two leaders from the Michigan Muslim Community Council told host Carol Cain on "Michigan Matters."
Michigan Matters Focus: Syrian Refugees In Michigan, Construction Apprentices And Pope FrancisWith more construction taking place across Metro Detroit, the end result is a need for more skilled trades and that includes apprentices.