Severe Weather Awareness Week In Michigan: Here's What To KnowResidents are encouraged to participate in a statewide tornado drill at 1 p.m. on March 23. During the drill, residents should expect to hear alerts on NOAA weather radios, TV and radio stations.
Michigan State Police Offering Safety Tips When Using Space Heaters This WinterMichigan State Police is urging residents to be careful with using space heaters as temperatures drop this winter.
US Requires Higher Safety Standards For Great Lakes PipelinesA new federal regulation requires higher safety standards for pipelines carrying oil and other hazardous liquids through the Great Lakes region, marine coastal waters and beaches, officials said Thursday.
Macomb County Deputies Making Extra Patrols To All Schools Following Reported ThreatsMacomb County deputies say in the last two days, they have received 28 calls regarding school threats, some related to the same incident already reported.
America's Thanksgiving Parade In Detroit To See Stepped-Up SecurityThe 95th America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in Detroit will step off Thursday morning with beefed up security in place along the route.
Detroit Police Reviewing Safety Measures For Thanksgiving Parade Following Tragedy In WaukeshaThe Detroit Police Department says it is looking into extra safety measures ahead of the Thanksgiving parade in wake of the tragedy in Wisconsin.
Focusing on Inclusivity, Compassion, Kindness Inside Schools with M.I.S.D.'s Nancy BuyleNancy Buyle, School Safety and Student Assistance Consultant at Macomb Intermediate Schools District, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about her role inside the school, and how what she teaches is used to help build a better environment and culture within schools.
Detroit Public Schools Community District Puts Safety Measures, Protocols In Place as Michigan Gets Back To SchoolDr. Nikolai Vitti, Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to discuss the upcoming school year and what DPSCD has done to make sure everyone who attends school will be safe this fall.
Oakland University Gets Back To On-Campus Learning After a Year Spent VirtuallyGlenn McIntosh, Senior Vice President of Student Affairs at Oakland University, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about the health and safety protocols in place for the semester that begins just after Labor Day, and what the university has been doing over the last year while students remained in remote learning.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Grocery Store SafetyGrocery stores are still open as an essential business, but safety is now a top concern.
Street Beat: Safety 2019This week on Street Beat, host April Moss speaks with local community leaders, experts and officials about keeping our community safe, at school and at home.
WATCH Street Beat Preview: Summer SafetyThis week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn takes a look at summer safety.
Use Caution This Holiday SeasonWarm weather and family gatherings can make the Fourth of July a fun time with great memories. But before celebrating, the Department of Natural Resources is asking residents and visitors to make sure they understand the importance of fireworks and campfire safety.
Guide To 2013 Detroit FireworksHundreds of thousands of spectators will line the shores of the Detroit River to enjoy the 55th annual Ford Fireworks presented by Target on Monday, June 24. Get all the details before you head downtown in this year's guide to the fireworks.
Street Beat Preview: Safety FirstThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone from 99.5 WYCD is working to keep you and your family safe.