Here Are Ways To Save While On VacationThe costs of just about everything is up, making it even more expensive to take the family away for a summer vacation.
Michigan Reports 14,353 New COVID-19 Cases, 174 Deaths Over The Last WeekThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Michigan Matters: Motor City Gears Up for Electric FutureThere’s massive change taking place as the electric economy continues to unfold which is why Quentin Messer Jr., CEO of Michigan Economic Development Corp., Tom Kelly, CEO of Automation Alley & Tim Slusser, director of city of Detroit’s Mobility  Office, appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about it. 
Ballot Initiative Proposes To Protect Abortions In MichiganOrganizers have until July 11 to get the issue on the ballot.
AG Nessel Says Abortions Are Still Legal In MichiganThat’s because a preliminary injunction is preventing a 1931 law banning abortions from taking effect, even after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
Detroit Filmmakers Bringing Tinseltown To MotownThe film Chedda Boys is the latest project directed by Kwende Ried. It’s the story of a young man battling inner-city challenges while fighting to make better decisions.
Organization Helps Michigan Families Dealing With Life-Altering ChallengesKatie Gatewood was awarded a $10,000 grant from the organization. Her six-month-old was born with an Omphalocele, a rare birth defect that exposes the organs outside the body.
Gleaners' Meet Up And Eat Up Offers Free Lunch For KidsThousands of kids depend on meals that's usually provided in school, and often times they go hungry in the summer.
Michigan Matters: Mackinac MomentsAs 1,300 people from business, politics and the community attended the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference,  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” was there and checked in with folks about numerous issues. 
Mental Health Services Expanding In Rural CommunitiesDr. Jaschon Proctor is leading the initiative to create crisis prevention programs through art therapy, medicine, and counseling.
New Program Provides Funding To Improve Detroit NeighborhoodsBlock clubs, neighborhood associations and non-profits can apply for grants ranging from $500 to $15,000 to revitalize their communities.