Official Wants Michigan Governor and Other Lawmakers Subject to Freedom of Information ActMichigan's secretary of state is aiming to have Michigan join most of the rest of the country in expanding public information requests to the governor and Legislature, she announced during a news conference
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson Announces ‘No Voter Fraud Found’ After Comprehensive AuditsMichigan's Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced the completion of the state's election audits.
Michigan GOP Raises Concern About $155,000 For Robert Gordon, Former Health and Human Services DirectorNew questions tonight in the separation payments to former Michigan officials who had key roles during the pandemic just a day after Governor Whitmer deflected questions about the topic, saying it’s just standard procedure.
Michigan Lawmakers raise concerns over reports of National Guard troops being served 'raw, moldy food' at US CapitolA bipartisan group of members of Michigan's congressional delegation sent the chief of the National Guard a letter Tuesday complaining about the food being provided to members of the state's National Guard while stationed at the US Capitol.
Michigan Matters: Fighting for Inclusion, Detroit's Place in Civil Rights HistoryAs Black History Month continues, Rabbi Richard Hirsch, Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescocitz, President of Oakland University, Neil A. Barclay, President & CEO of Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and Jamon Jordan, Historian and Educator at Black Scroll Network History & Tours, appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters to discuss Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights movement and more. 
Michigan Matters: The Mayors Weigh In!As the pandemic nears its one year anniversary since reaching Michigan, its toll has been significant as four leaders – Westland Mayor William R. Wild, Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman, Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett, and Warren Mayor James R. Fouts talked about on  CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.” 
Michigan Matters: Corporate Inclusion, Detroit’s History and Celebrating a Media Pioneer Who Left Too SoonA look at The Valuable 500- a global initiative to help the disabled as DTE’s CEO explains why they are involved. Black History Month continues, and leaders of WGPR-TV Historical Society talk about the first black-owned station being designated a national historic location.
Governor Whitmer Looks To Boost Tuition, Child Care, and Bridge SpendingGovernor Whitmer looks to boost aid for schools, child care, bridge repairs, and coronavirus-related needs in her proposed $67 billion budget.
Michigan Matters: Biden’s Inauguration, Trump’s Departure, Kilpatrick’s ReleaseFour regional leaders  discuss a hectic and historic week which saw the departure of Donald Trump, the inauguration of Joe Biden as President, and release of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick from jail thanks to Trump who commuted his sentence on his way out the door. 
Michigan Lawmakers React To President Biden's Executive Order PlansMichigan Lawmakers react to President Bidens executive order plans. Some agrees, but not all.
Michigan Matters: Washington Insurrection, Presidential Impeachment, Inauguration, Flint Water ChargesCongresswoman Haley Stevens, Oakland County Republican Party Chairman Rocky Raczkowski, Rod Albert of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association, and Peter Bhatia, Editor/Vice President of Detroit Free Press/Freep.com appear with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about these issues and more.