Michigan Matters: Bavarian Inn Restaurant's 100-year-old Dorothy Zehnder; Winding down a bombastic 2021 with Denise Ilitch & Peter BhatiaDorothy Zehnder, co-founder of Bavarian Inn Restaurant, talks about her recent milestone 100th birthday, and shares her recipe for a full and happy life, and what it’s like to celebrate Christmas every day as she appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” airing 8 am this Sunday.
Professionals: The Need For Mental Health Assistance Up 300 Percent Since Start Of Pandemic, Help Is AvailableMental healthcare professionals say the need for mental health services up by 300% since the start of the pandemic, and wants anyone in need to know services are available.
Henry Ford Health Reports Major Increase In COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Up 60% Since End Of OctoberHenry Ford Hospital official’s say they’ve seen almost an 60% rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the end of October. They say most of those hospitalized are unvaccinated.
Dr. Oz Asks Sanjay Gupta What He Believes Is The Biggest Mistake The U.S. Made At The Start Of The PandemicDr. Oz Asks Sanjay Gupta What He Believes Is The Biggest Mistake The U.S. Made At The Start Of The Pandemic
What Dr. Sanjay Gupta Wants Everyone To Do Before The Next PandemicWhat Dr. Sanjay Gupta Wants Everyone To Do Before The Next Pandemic
Michigan Matters: Of Politics & Pandemic: Evans, Coulter, Barnett, Wild Weigh InIt was talk of politics, flooding, pandemic and a major gas leak as Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett and Westland Mayor William Wild appear on “Michigan Matters” (airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62) to talk about an action-packed time in the region.
Detroit Policy Conference Puts Focus On Small Businesses, Economy Thriving Post PandemicThe 10th annual Detroit Policy Conference at The Aretha had one focus in mind and that is to move the region and Detroit forward, post pandemic. Small businesses took center stage at the 2021 Detroit Policy Conference.
Michigan Matters: Navigating the PandemicIt’s a conversation with leaders of four well known entities in our state --- Chris Shepler, of Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry Service, Hussein Berry, Vice President of Delta’s Detroit operation, Karen Totaro, General Manager of TCF Center, and Steven Kalczynski, of the Townsend Hotel – as they appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” 7:30 am Sunday to talk how they have adjusted during the pandemic.
Renown Detroit Artist Uses Industry Inspired Artwork To Raise Funds For Local Restaurants, Art FoundationDetroit Artist TONY ROKO is assisting the restaurant relief fund with the Art Foundation.Tony created a series of paintings dedicated to some of his favorite local restaurants and bartenders beginning in the summer of 2020 and ongoing since, with 10 paintings in the series and counting.
Henry Ford Health Employees React To Hospital Vaccine Mandate For StaffAlthough official expect some push back the HFH employees we spoke with agrees with the hospital system requiring employees to be vaccinated.
Hope In The Face Of A Pandemic: Survival Rates For Covid-19 Improve Dramatically – Here’s WhyHope In The Face Of A Pandemic: Survival Rates For Covid-19 Improve Dramatically – Here’s Why
'Our Pure Michigan Summer Is Back,' Whitmer Officially Announces Mask Mandate, Some COVID Restrictions LiftedGovernor Whitmer officially announced Mask mandate has been lifted in the State, as well some COVID restrictions.
Michiganders React To State Lifting COVID Restrictions TuesdayResidents we spoke with in Southfield and Birmingham say they're excited and relieved about Michigan living COVID restrictions starting June 22.
Governor Whitmer Announces Proposal To Invest In Affordable, High-Quality Child Care For Michigan FamiliesFrom an education center in Troy Monday, Governor Whitmer announced a proposal that would invest $1.4 billion in federal child care funding. She says the funding will make child care more affordable and expands access to high-quality child care statewide.
Teen Opens 'L Liana' Beauty Bar In Detroit After COVID Deferred College AttendanceAfter COVID deferred her College attendance, 18-year-old Oakland County native Love Hairston opened a Beauty Bar on Detroit's west side.