Parafencing Becomes OU's First Accessible Club SportThe Wheelchair Fencing Team Is New Within The Fencing Society At Oalkand University
Oakland University Police Investigating String Of BurglariesHaving started in mid-December and continued through this week, the incidents have occurred in a variety of offices in Pawley Hall.
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.
Michigan Matters: Confronting the Talent Gap, CEOs and Educators Weigh InAs a talent gap continues in our region and more Baby Boomers are retiring, Ric DeVore and Ryan Maibach stopped by the CBS 62 ‘s studio to appear on MICHIGAN MATTERS to discuss the situation.
Michigan Matters: TCF Center & Conventions, Oakland University's Imprint GrowsOn this week's Michigan Matters, Claude Molinari, General Manager of TCF Center, admits to having to remind himself of the facility’s new name each time he introduces himself to people.
OU Police: Missing Man May Have Access To WeaponsThe Oakland University Police Department is seeking the public's help to locate a missing man.
OU Embarks On Plan Allowing Marygrove Students To Finish Degrees Following Closing AnnouncementSince the recent announcement of Marygrove College permanently closing its doors this December in Detroit, Oakland University has been in talks with Marygrove to allow graduate students to complete their degrees by creating a transfer program.
Michigan Matters Special: Touring the Governor's Summer Residence with Gov. WhitmerGov. Gretchen Whitmer took time out during the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference to open doors to the Governor’s Summer Residence for an exclusive tour as the CBS 62 “Michigan Matters” crew captured it for viewers.
Detroit Made, BackBeat, Gives Live Musicians The 'Feel' of Music AgainBringing Back A More Intrinsic Feeling Of Playing Music
Kresge Library at Oakland University Closed FridayA water main break forced the Kresge Library at Oakland University to closed Friday.
Hill-Mais, Newman Lead Oakland Past Kalamazoo, 99-45Xavier Hill-Mais and Karmari Newman each knocked down three 3-pointers and Oakland opened the season with a 99-45 rout of Division III Kalamazoo in an exhibition game Tuesday night.
Michigan Matters: Higher EducationThree high profile university presidents appeared on Michigan Matters in an engaging conversation and talked about higher education, the tidings of their schools and opportunities for students amid an evolving technology landscape.
Former Oakland University Professor Sentenced On Drug ChargesJoseph Schiele was found guilty in January of drug possession, maintaining a drug house, and one firearm charge. There were also allegations that Schiele partied with students at his house.
Cold Weather Causing Numerous Water Main Breaks In Metro DetroitThere have been a number of reported water main breaks across southeastern Michigan on Saturday, including on the campus of Oakland University.