Politics Heats Up as the Ukraine Crisis Resonates in Metro DetroitSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Rudy Hobbs, and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of MPLP non-partisan program about politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, a longtime diplomat, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania smyk, who helped organized huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.
Metro Detroit Businessman With Employees In Ukraine In Constant Contact, Assisting With Financial and Safety NeedsMetro Detroit Businessman with 6 remote employees in Ukraine keeping in constant contact with them, sending them money for emergency needs and assisting them with staying safe as Russian troops take over parts of Ukraine.
Michigan Matters: Of Politics, Afghanistan & BusinessWith a Detroit Mayor’s race on, a governor’s contest taking shape, an Afghanistan crisis simmering and a major company getting bigger, “Michigan Matters” delves into those issues and others as Detroit Free Press Editor and Vice President Peter Bhatia, Political Consultant Randy Richardville, and Sandy Pierce, Chair of Michigan/Huntington Bank, appear on the show airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62.
Michigan Secures Federal Money to Build Two New Veterans HomesLANSING (AP) — Michigan has secured federal funding to build two veterans homes in Grand Rapids and the Detroit area.
Road Trip Supporting US Military Veterans To Stop In DetroitA cross-country event aimed at rallying communities behind U.S. military veterans is scheduled to stop in Detroit.
German Sheppard Receives Honors As Iraq War VeteranShaman, a K-9 war dog, was trained in Germany and served at Fort Stewart, Georgia before he was deployed to Iraq in 2006, then retired in 2011.
Rally For U.S. Support In Iraq Against ISISMore than a thousand protesters are rallying in Sterling Heights with the message to the group ISIS: Stop killing Christians in Iraq.
Diplomatic Pressure The Way To Address Syria Says WSU ProfThe director of Wayne State's Center for Peace and Conflict says the preferred strategy would be diplomatic pressure on Syria.
Plans Move Forward For World War II MemorialPlans are moving forward for a $3 million World War II memorial in metro Detroit, with bricks that will be part of the project going on display this month.
Metro Detroiters Divided As U.S. Military Lifts Ban On Women In CombatMetro Detroiters are left divided as news spread that the Pentagon is lifting its ban on women serving in combat.
Michigan's Role In War Of 1812 Explained In FilmA documentary about Michigan's key role in the War of 1812 is set to premiere next month at The Henry Ford history attraction in Dearborn.
Remains Of POW From Michigan Heading HomeMore than six decades after Army Pfc. Arthur Leiviska died in a Korean prisoner of war camp, the soldier will be buried with full military honors on Memorial Day at a cemetery in his hometown in the Upper Peninsula.
U.S. Officially Ends War In IraqAfter nearly nine years, 4,500 Americans dead and 32,000 wounded, U.S. officials are formally shutting down the war in Iraq.
Send Off At Selfridge For Michigan Soldiers Heading To AfghanistanA departure ceremony was held at the Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Mt. Clemens for the for the 3-238th Battalion.
Protesters Take Anti-War Message To Royal OakDozens of people gathered in front of Royal Oak City Hall to speak their minds on the war in Afghanistan and the nation's lack of jobs.