Winter Storm Coming to Metro Detroit
First Forecaster Karen Carter tells us what to expect for Tuesday's winter storm.

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Street Beat: Earth DayThis week on “Street Beat," host Amyre Makupson speaks with various organizations dedicated to environmental sustainability and learns about their individual programs created to keep our planet clean and green.
Family Feud Question of the Day 4/19/19Here's today's Family Feud Question of the Day.
State Police Seize Boxes in Macomb County Prosecutor ProbeState police searched Eric Smith’s office, the Macomb County prosecutor, on Wednesday, as part of the investigation of how money from forfeited assets was spent. Matt Yurus reports.
Street Beat: Autism MattersThis week on “Street Beat”, host April Moss speaks with various non-profit organizations and therapy clinics across Metro Detroit which provide resources for individuals and their families on the Autism Spectrum.
Family Feud Question of the Day 4/18/19Here's today's Family Feud Question of the Day.
SURVIVOR: Blood of a BlindsideTwo tribal councils in one hour and a surprise advantage may pay off for one castaway’s game, on SURVIVOR.
Eye On Detroit - Bridge of Hope RwandaJackie Paige sits down with Rwandan Genocide Survivor Sunday Justin Nzitatira to discuss the April 7th anniversary that commemorates the deaths of 800,000 people who were murdered during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, central Africa.
Family Feud Question of the Day 4/17/19Here's today's Family Feud Question of the Day.
Aretha Franklin: By The NumbersEverything you ever wanted to know about Aretha Franklin.
Detroit Sports Championships Over the YearsThe Detroit Historic Museum is planning to honor a holiday first by former Michigan Governor, Frank Fitzgerald back on April 18, 1936 “Detroit Champions’ Day. The day was created to honor the championships earned by all the city’s professional sports teams around the time.
Eye On Detroit - Belle Isle SawmillThe Arboriculture Society of Michigan Foundation was established in 2015 to promote arboriculture and urban forestry professions across the Great Lakes region. The community-wide collaborative offers scholarships, financial support, and historical preservation initiatives to preserve the rich history of these fields and educate the public. Our Joe Aiken leads the ASM Foundation as president, and recently, his team has been working on an exciting volunteer project: restoring the historic Belle Isle Saw Mill in Detroit.
Family Feud Question of the Day 4/16/19Here's today's Family Feud Question of the Day.
Eye On Detroit - Citywide Poets DetroitCitywide Poets is InsideOut’s award-winning afterschool program, providing teens with a literary community to collaboratively explore their lives through the written and spoken word. By participating in intensive artistic mentorship, publication, and performance opportunities, Citywide Poets cultivates a youth-driven narrative for the future of Detroit, rooted in their creativity and artistry.
Family Feud Question of the Day 4/15/19Here's today's Family Feud Question of the Day.
Eye On Detroit - Bookstock 2019Bookstock, Used Book & Media Sale, is a community service project through which donations of books and media continue to provide enjoyment and knowledge. Proceeds from the sale support education and literacy projects in the Detroit metropolitan area and beyond. The entire process of collecting and sorting gently used books and media, organizing and staffing the sale is 100% volunteer driven.
Explosion at the Ann Arbor Welding SupplyVideo from across the highway of an explosion at the Ann Arbor Welding Supply in Pittsfield Charter Township.
Mom Denied Entry To Ariana Grande Show At LCA Due To Breast PumpA mother from Howell Michigan is speaking out after she claims she was denied entry into Little Caesars Arena for the Ariana Grande concert because of her breast pump. Gilma Avalos reports.
Eye On Detroit - Lush YummiesLush Yummies Pie Company makes delicious “lemon butta” pies using founder Jennifer Lyle’s grandfather’s recipe, fresh ingredients, and lots of love. But she thinks there’s another reason Detroiters go gaga for the velvety citrus treats: they’re reminders of home.
Street Beat: The Importance of ReadingThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson speaks with various non-profit organizations, and individuals dedicated to promoting and encouraging the importance of reading in our community.
Bookstock is Back at Laurel ParkThe CW50 Street Team heads to Laurel Park for this year's Bookstock.

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