Street Beat: Detroit's ComebackThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson talks to organizations involved in rebuilding and reenergizing Detroit.
"Hush Reel" Contest For High School FilmmakersAn amazing opportunity for high school film makers around Detroit is right around the corner.
Street Beat: Animal CareThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at what local organizations are doing to help care for and treat wild and domestic animals around Michigan.
Street Beat: Employment OpportunitiesThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at employment opportunities in Metro Detroit.
CW50 Street Team Stop By The Great Lakes Comic-ConThousands of people came dressed and ready for the annual Comic-Con at Macomb County College. The weekend event brought in people from all over the United States. Booths were set-up with vendors who were given the opportunity to sell merchandise.
Street Beat: Immigration Issues In Metro DetroitThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at immigration issues in the Metro Detroit area.
Street Beat: Drug Free KidsThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter talks with representatives from several organizations involved in the fight against drugs.
Street Beat: Black History MonthThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at Black History Month, the annual celebration of achievements by African Americans.
Giving The Gift Of Love This Valentine’s DayThis year organizations are getting together to raise money and awareness, all in the name of love.
Oakland County: The Best Place To Raise A Family In MichiganA recent poll taken by Wallethub about Michigan states that six of the top ten places to live and raise a family are in Oakland County.
Street Beat: THAW, Fair Housing Center, And Detroit Rescue Mission MinistriesThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at organizations helping people with shelter issues.
Black History Month Celebrated Across MichiganBlack History Month continues to educate our children on the importance of diversity. So what is going on around Michigan to celebrate these hidden figures?