This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone learns how various organizations are helping others discover their own career pathways. First, Richard Bell from the Kids First Initiative explains how his organization introduces middle and high school students to various career pathways. Then Ida Byrd-Hill, the founder of Automation Workz 4 U, explains how her program gets families involved in various technology fields of interest. Next, Michael Spector, President of Oakland County Business Association Inc Michigan, discusses the Michigan Entrepreneurs Expo that gives people who have challenges to employment the opportunity to have their own small business. Finally, Patricia Duncan - Coordinator for the Professional Women’s Group for DRESS For Success Michigan - and Iris Guidry - Volunteer Workshop PWG Presenter and Mentor show how their programs help young women prepare for careers.
First Forecast Weather May 14, 2021 (Tonight)Mostly clear skies tonight.
Community Connect Segments - Isaiah JacksonOn this week's Community Connect, from dollars to cents – we get insight into financial literacy and cryptocurrencies of the future.
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First Forecast Weather May 14, 2021 (Today)Sunny and warmer today.
Family Feud Question of the Day 5-14Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Michigan Public Service Commission Says The State Won't Be Affected By Gas ShortageMichigan residents can expect gas prices to continue to increase but the state will not have a shortage of gas.
Joe Louis Southern Kitchen Ribbon Cutting Premieres On Legendary Boxer’s BirthdayA new restaurant is opening in Detroit’s New Center.
Detroit Riverfront Conservancy Begins Final Piece Of East Riverfront ProjectThe Detroit Riverfront Conservancy held a groundbreaking ceremony for construction on the final piece of the East Riverfront.
Snyder Team Goes After Michigan AG Nessel Over Bankruptcy Records Released During Flint CaseFormer Governor Rick Snyder is going after Attorney General Dana Nessel over bankruptcy records.
Parents, Guardians Can Bring Children Age 12-15 For First Dose Of Vaccine At Ford FieldParents or guardians can now bring children ages 12-15 to Ford Field for a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
Cedar Point To Open May 14 With A Series Of New Rules. Here’s What To KnowCedar Point is opening back up this year with a series of new rules.
Michigan Reports 2,057 New COVID-19 Cases, 112 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,057 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 112 deaths Thursday.
Beaumont & Other Metro Detroit Clinics Begin Pfizer Vaccinations For Ages 12 & Up13 year old Megan Sims gave the thumbs up to her parents on Thursday after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 shot. She's one of the first in her age group to receive the vaccine at the Beaumont Service Center in Southfield.
First Forecast Weather May 13, 2021 (Tonight)Clear skies overnight.
Dr. Oz And Dr. Crupain Explain The Dangers Associated With Hazardous Chemicals Found In Some Phony Hand SanitizersDr. Oz and Dr. Crupain explain the dangers associated with hazardous chemicals found in some phony hand sanitizers.
Covid-19 Headquarters: How To Spot Counterfeit Masks & Phony SanitizerDr. Oz and Dr. Crupain break down the warning signs you could be buying counterfeit masks online.
First Forecast Weather May 13, 2021 (Today)Warmer temperatures and more sunshine today.
Family Feud Question of the Day 5-13Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
‘100K By Labor Day’ Plan Pushes Incentives To Fill Labor ShortageAs Governor Gretchen Whitmer gives employers the green light to welcome workers back, the Detroit Regional Chamber is working to get more people employed.
Former UAW President Dennis Williams Sentenced To 21 Months In PrisonThe former president for the United Auto Workers was sentenced for his role in the federal corruption case.
Mayor Duggan: COVID-19 Vaccines Will Be Available To Detroiters Age 12-15Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced Wednesday that the city will offer vaccinations for Detroiters age 12-15.
Michigan Reports 2,171 New COVID-19 Cases, 17 Deaths WednesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,171 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 17 deaths Wednesday.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Wednesday morning providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19.