Michigan Matters: Corporate Inclusion, Detroit’s History and Celebrating a Media Pioneer Who Left Too SoonA look at The Valuable 500- a global initiative to help the disabled as DTE’s CEO explains why they are involved. Black History Month continues, and leaders of WGPR-TV Historical Society talk about the first black-owned station being designated a national historic location.
DTE Energy Partners With Ann Arbor, Roseville Schools To Deploy Electric Buses To SchoolsThe new electric buses will provide student transportation, distribute food to residents in need in Ann Arbor and Roseville.
DTE Energy Launches Program Allowing Residential, Small Business Gas Customers To Reduce Their Carbon FootprintDTE Energy announced that it will offer customers a new way to reduce their carbon footprint.
Michigan Matters: Gerry Anderson On Battling The Pandemic; Sen. Gary Peters On Post Office, Early Voting, His RaceDTE Executive Chairman Gerry Anderson talks about the “Rona4Real”campaign now blanketing the state to help educate people about avoiding the Coronavirus and Senator Gary Peters talks re-election against Republican Challenger John James and pandemic on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
DTE Energy Announces Up To 4% Bill Relief In Summer MonthsDTE Energy says customers will save three to four percent on their bills this summer.
Michigan Matters: As Pandemic Continues, DTE, Mitch Albom Step Up To HelpOn this week's Michigan Matters, Carol sits down with DTE and Mitch Albom to see how they're helping out during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Coronavirus In Michigan: DTE Suspends Non-Critical, Maintenance Work Amid OutbreakDTE says the suspension of work will go unnoticed by most customers. Here's what you need to know.
Coronavirus In Michigan: DTE Confirms 3 Employees Test PositiveDTE Energy confirmed three employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus In Michigan: DTE, Consumers Energy Temporarily Suspend Electrical Shut-Offs For Low-Income CustomersDTE Energy and Consumers Energy announced they are temporary suspending electricity and natural gas shut-offs for low-income customers.
DTE Energy To Customers: We’re Prepared, Will Continue To Provide Safe, Reliable ServiceDTE Energy has activated company-wide plans to address the implications of a coronavirus outbreak in Michigan while ensuring reliable energy service.
City Officials Partner With DTE, Nonprofit To Distribute 500 Convertible Coats For The HomelessThe Mayor's office has teamed up with DTE Energy and a nonprofit organization to distribute 500 convertible coats that can be used as a backpack or a sleeping bag.
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?
DTE: Power Restored To Nearly 7K Customers After High Winds In Metro DetroitThousands are still without power after a wind advisory in effect for southeast Michigan.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: EMU Coach Rob Murphy Goes "Deep" As He Helps Student AthletesEastern Michigan University Men’s Head Basketball Coach Rob Murphy talks to “Michigan Matters” Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation about his upcoming autobiography “Deep"
Michigan Matters: DTE and State Team Up on Inmate Training ProgramOn this week's Michigan Matters, DTE Energy is teaming up with the state of Michigan on an innovative vocational training program that will prepare qualified inmates about to be released with skills to become much needed tree trimmers.