See You At The Ann Arbor Art Fair!Look for the CW50 booth and you might meet First Forecast Meteorologist Jim Madaus! He is scheduled to be there Thursday 7/21 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. greeting fans and signing autographs.
Street Beat: Men’s Health ConcernsStreet Beat host is Rob Stone. The month of November is specifically dedicated to raising awareness about men’s health.
CW50 Street Team and First Forecast visit Ann Arbor Art FairThe Ann Arbor Art Fair is a huge event that features artists from around the globe. This year, the weather couldn't have been better.
Jim Madaus Observes Movember Raising Men's Health Awareness With CBS Cares TeamCBS 62/CW50 Detroit Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus is observing Movember to raise awareness for men's health. He won't shave his moustache (mo) for the entire month of November.
Street Team and the Flash walk for Autism Speaks
First Forecast Weather Launches On CW50A familiar face returns to CW50. First Forecast Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus will make his debut on CW50, Monday, September 23.
Guide To The Ann Arbor Art FairAttracting more than 500,000 art lovers from all over the country and the world, it's consistently rated as one of the best art fairs in the US.
Detroit Personalities Express Support For Boston Bombing VictimsDetroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, musician Ty Stone and CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus share a common sentiment to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
CW50 Street Team: Detroiters Celebrate Tigers' Opening Day 2013The CW50 Street Team headed out to Grand Circus Park for the 97.1 The Ticket Opening Day Block Party. Tigers fans showed up for food, games and a Justine Blazer concert.
New CW50 Street Team Debuts At Opening Day Block PartyLook for the CW50 Street Team at 97.1 The Ticket's Opening Day Block Party Friday. They'll be taking in the scene -- shooting photos and video for their blog.
Follow Mom’s Advice On Mother’s Day Blogger Vicki Briganti examines her relationship with her mom and wonders if she should follow her advice.
Walk Now For Autism Speaks 2011 Slideshow