Michigan Matters: Powering Electric Vehicles, Pitching in on J & J’s Covid VaccineIt’s a conversation with two high profile CEOs as CMS Energy’s Garrick Rochow talks about helping people power their electric vehicles and Thomas Ross of Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing  (GRAM) discusses their role in Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” 7:30 am this Sunday. 
AG Nessel Issues Consumer Alert On DTE Imposter ScamsNessel is urging residents to recognize potential bad actors posing as utility workers, whether it be in-person, by phone, text or online. 
Self-Driving Shuttle Service Launched To Transport Senior Citizens And Underserved To Detroit HospitalShuttle connects The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley and Brewster Homes to Detroit Medical Center Heart Hospital, features ADA compliant wheelchair ramp.
Michigan Matters: Eye On The Future - Gearing Up for Jobs of TomorrowJoin us Sunday for an encore of “Eye on the Future: Gearing Up for the Jobs of Tomorrow” as Carol Cain takes viewers across our region to showcase some unique initiatives and talk with leaders at the forefront about this crucial conversation.
CBS 62's Eye On The Future: 'Gearing Up for Jobs of Tomorrow'Join us as CBS 62 presents “Eye on the Future: Gearing Up for the Jobs of Tomorrow” – a 30-minute special airing 7 p.m. Saturday, December 28 as Carol Cain takes viewers on a fascinating ride across our region to talk with leaders at the forefront about this crucial conversation.
Local Program To Help Keep Metro Detroit Residents WarmA series of events are taking place all week long to distribute more than $1 million to families in need in Michigan. 
DTE: 35,000 Customers Without Power Following Heavy ThunderstormsAfter heavy thunderstorms moved through southeast Michigan DTE Energy says about 35,000 customers are without power as of 9 a.m. Thursday.
How To Get A Credit If Your Power Went Out In MichiganThousands across the state could be eligible for some financial relief on their upcoming utility bill.
91,000 Remain Without Power, Restoration Effort ContinuesCrews are continuing to make progress on restoring electricity after severe storms over two days knocked out power to over 800,000 Michigan homes and businesses.
Michigan Regulators Approve DTE Renewable Power ProgramThe Michigan Public Service Commission has approved a DTE Electric Co. program that lets residential and small commercial customers designate how much of the power they use will come from renewable sources.
Green Energy Advocate To Head State Utility RegulatorGov. Gretchen Whitmer has appointed a northern Michigan man to the agency that regulates utilities.