Michigan Matters: Civility & Politics?Susy Avery, Co-Director of MSU’s Michigan Political Leadership Program, Randy Richardville, political strategist, and Peter Bhatia, Editor and Vice President of Detroit Free Press, appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (7:30 am) to talk about civility and politics, social justice, media and more on a fast paced show. 
Detroit To Dismiss Some Tickets Issued During Floyd ProtestsDetroit will dismiss most misdemeanor citations issued last spring during several days of protests against police brutality following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a city official said Tuesday.
NASCAR's Kyle Larson: 'I was just ignorant'What do you do when the entire world believes you are a racist? When your career has collapsed because you uttered the N-word while playing a late-night video game?
Michigan Matters: Lt. Gov Gilchrist, New Detroit's Rafferty on Race, Social JusticeLt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II and New Detroit Inc. CEO Michael Rafferty appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to discuss how race, social justice and equity continue to impact our city and state.
NASCAR Could See The End Of An Era. Ban The Confederate Flag?The familiar scene of Confederate flags waved by fans at NASCAR tracks could soon be a relic of racing's good ol' boy roots.
Harvick Has Another Dominant PerformanceAfter another dominant performance at one of his favorite tracks, Kevin Harvick relished the past and looked ahead to the future.
Metro-Detroit Area Police Chief Suspended Over Anti-Protest PostsShelby Township's Police Chief Has Been Put On Administrative Leave Pending An Investigation Into Twitter Posts Where He Called For "Body Bags" For Protesters
Residents: Protesters Jumped Fences, Invaded YardsThe Detroit Police Department made dozens of arrests for curfew violations after the fifth night of protests against police brutality, following the death of George Floyd.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig Addresses Killing Of George FloydDetroit Police Chief James Craig held a press conference Thursday afternoon addressing the Minneapolis Police Department's actions regarding the death of George Floyd.