Street Beat: Severe Weather SafetyThis week on Street Beat host Karen Carter takes a look at severe weather and the things people need to do to stay safe.
Street Beat: Life Changing Hero DogsStreet Beat host Karen Carter looks at a variety of dogs that have been trained in special ways to be heroes and life changing companions.
Street Beat: 2016 NAIAS Charity PreviewIt's the largest single night fundraiser in the world and Host Karen Carter discusses how local charities are benefiting from the Charity Preview of the 2016 North American International Auto Show.
Street Beat: Homeland SecurityStreet Beat host Karen Carter looks at homeland security and the role it’s playing to keep us safe. Street Beat guests are Michigan State Police Lieutenant Mike Shaw and Theodore Quisenberry, manager of the Oakland County Homeland Security Division.
Street Beat: Holiday Aid To Needy FamiliesHost Karen Carter looks at the help that’s available for families in need during the holiday season.
Street Beat: Pregnancy, Miscarriage And BereavementKaren Carter gets expert insight on pregnancy, miscarriage and bereavement.
Street Beat: Great Lakes Bat Festival And EnvironmentStreet Beat host Karen Carter learns how we can help and enjoy the world around us.
Street Beat: Back To SchoolStreet Beat host Karen Carter finds out what parents need to know to get their children ready to go back to school.
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.
Street Beat: Housing IssuesOn Saturday, July 18th, Street Beat host Karen Carter finds out about organizations that help people with housing issues.
Street Beat: Earth Day, Rain And WeatherKaren Carter celebrates Earth Day by discussing conservation and ecological topics with area experts.
Street Beat: Disability IssuesThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at people and organizations who are making a difference for those with physical challenges.