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.
Michigan Matters: Gauging 2021 Amid Turbulent StartFour influential leaders -- Oakland University President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, Richard DeVore, PNC Regional President for Detroit and Southeast Michigan, Joseph J. Richardson Jr., President/CEO of AAA:The Auto Club Group and Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan at MEDC -- appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters this Sunday (at its new time -- 7:30 am) to talk about what ahead in 2021.
Michigan Matters: Covering Our Region, Outlook For The Road AheadFour influential leaders --Denise Ilitch, Peter Bhatia, Rocky Raczkowski and Darci McConnell – talk about the impact of the dramatic year that was and how it might shape 2021 on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters"
Michigan Matters: Governor Whitmer On Turbulent 2020Gov. Gretchen Whitmer discusses the dizzying issues that arose this year including the pandemic, economic fallout, and a heated election on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Charge Filed Against Grosse Pointe Woods Woman For Allegedly Threatening Wayne County Election OfficialA Detroit-area woman is facing up to 20 years for allegedly making threats against a Detroit-area republican election official who initially refused to certify local results in favor of Joe Biden.
Kalamazoo Official Apologizes Over Handling Of Public Safety Chief's ExitCity Manager Jim Ritsema said disclosures of Karianne Thomas' departure in September didn't tell the whole story.
Bills Reintroduced to Lengthen statue of Limitations Of Sexual Abuse Victims By UofM DoctorTwo legislators are fighting to help victims of sexual abuse by a University of Michigan doctor have the legal recourse to sue the university. According to Mlive, there is currently a statute of limitations of three years for people abused while receiving medical care.
Biden Looks To Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm as Energy SecretaryPresident-elect Joe Biden is expected to pick former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm as energy secretary.
Michigan Matters: The "Big Four" Talk Pandemic, Trump, Road AheadDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel – the region’s “Big Four” political leaders - appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (airing at its new time - 7:30 am ) to talk with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about the year, pressing issues, and what’s ahead.
Michigan Matters: Crumbling Roads, Election 2020's Impact On RegionA look at renewed efforts to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads as MDOT Director with Paul Ajegba checks in. Then, pundits Susy Avery and Bill Ballenger update impact of Election 2020.
Wayne County Board of Canvassers Fears For Life After Rescinding VoteChair of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, Monica Palmer, says she fears for her safety and she even received a call from President Rrump.
Grosse Pointe Park Appoints 1st African American To City CouncilGrosse Pointe Park appoints the first African American city council member.
Farmington School Superintendent Herrera & Two Board Members Resign Amidst Harassment ClaimsFarmington School Board Superintendant Robert Herrera resigned along with School board Vice President Terri Johnson and President Pamela Green, citing online, public, and school board staff harassment.