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' Focus: Trumping Our Future! Following the stunning victory of Donald Trump as our 45th president over Hillary Clinton, the "Michigan Matters" panels talked about how our state will fare under the new administration.
L. Brooks Patterson Elected To 7th Term As Oakland County ExecutiveL. Brooks Patterson has been elected to his seventh term as executive of Michigan's second-largest county.
Michigan Matters: United Way, Detroit Economic ClubThis week on Michigan Matters host Carol Cain sits down with Dr. Herman Gray, President and CEO of United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and Beth Chappell, President and CEO of Detroit Economic Club and board member of United Way.
Hillary’s Odds In Michigan: She Lost The Primary, Can She Win In NovemberWith Hillary Clinton returning to Detroit on Sunday to speak at the NAACP’s Freedom Fund Dinner, the conversation about her chances of winning the Great Lakes State in the general election should she secures her party’s nomination, were mixed as the “Michigan Matters” panel weighed in.
L. Brooks Patterson Seeks 7th Term As Oakland County Executive “I think Oakland County residents know how much I have enjoyed representing and fighting for them over the years..."
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: Donald Trump Presidential Train Dissected By Rove, MessinaThere's no love lost between Karl Rove and GOP Presidential hopeful Donald Trump, whose war of words on Twitter have heated up social media, but the Republican strategist had some surprising things to say about the billionaire businessman and his campaign.
The Michigan Chronicle Celebrates 80 Years With More 'Pancakes & Politics' Coming UpHiram Jackson, publisher of The Michigan Chronicle, talked about changes at the iconic Detroit-based media company as it celebrates its 80th year of operation during taping of "Michigan Matters" airing 11:30 a.m. Sunday on CBS 62.
'Michigan Matters' Big Four: What’s Next For Joe Louis Arena, Flint Water Woes And DPSPaul Sabatini, chairman of the NAIAS, asked Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan about the future of Joe Louis Arena with the new hockey arena being built.
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.
L. Brooks Patterson: Anyone But Trump Would Be 'Dead Meat' After Muslim Immigration CommentsOakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson -- a republican -- said that he's surprised Trump's candidacy has lasted this long.
'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."
Brooks Patterson Orders Departments Under County Control To Cease Support Of Syrian RefugeesPatterson cited the lax immigration policies of the federal government and the inability to guaranty there will be no ISIS infiltrators among the refugees as reasons the project should not move forward.
Michigan Matters: D-Insurance DebateHost Carol Cain looks at D-insurance. Is it the solution to Detroit’s skyrocketing auto insurance prices? Guests with opposing points of view join Carol.