First Forecast Weather January 27, 2021 (Today)Some morning sun and freezing temperatures.
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Chicago-Based 'Portillo's' To Open On March 16 In Sterling HeightsChicago-based restaurant "Portillo's" has set an opening date for its first Michigan location. The hotdog and Italian beef chain says it is opening in Sterling Heights on March 16.
Sound Mind Sound Body Detroit Youth Football Team Wins National ChampionshipThe Detroit youth football team Sound Mind Sound Body has a big reason for celebrating. “We really won the championship, against all of the 12 u Miami players" Says 10 year old Anthony Thompson Jr. during an interview Tuesday."
Washtenaw County Prosecutor Grants Leniency To Low-Level Juveniles OffendersWashtenaw County’s new prosecuting attorney is coming in with new plans on how to handle low-level juvenile offenders. Prosecutor Eli Savit is wasting no time to drop charges against minors who made mistakes that don’t threaten public safety.
Health Officials Confirm At Least Four Cases Of The COVID-19 Variant In Wayne CountyFour additional cases of the new COVID-19 variant are being investigated in Wayne county. Health officials have already confirmed at least four cases of the coronavirus variant. Those who tested positive are between the ages of 35 and 42. In two of the cases both people recently traveled overseas. Washtenaw County's Health Department also confirms at least 13 cases of the new variant.
Michigan Reports 1,476 New COVID-19 Cases, 79 Deaths TuesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,476 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 79 deaths Tuesday. The deaths announced Tuesday includes 44 deaths identified during a Vital Records review. This brings the state total of COVID-19 cases to 552,556 and 14,405 deaths as of Jan. 26, 2021.
First Forecast Weather January 26, 2021 (Tonight)Snow ends tonight.
First Forecast Weather January 26, 2021 (Today)A wintry mix moves across Metro Detroit.
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Governor Whitmer Provides Updates On The State’s Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, and MDHHS Director Elizabeth Hertel provide updates regarding COVID-19 and the continued efforts to slow the spread of the virus.
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System 21: The Immune-Building Regimen To Keep You HealthyDr. Oz explains why zinc is part of his System 21 immune-building regimen and ways your body can get it.
Ignore The Covid Hype: 3 Things Epidemiologists Say You Don’t Have To Be Afraid Of AnymoreDr. Oz and Mara Schiavocampo discuss if getting COVID-19 from food items and packaging is part of the hype or based on scientific fact.
Game Show Week Kick-Off! Actress Dakota Johnson, Design By Drew: 4 Items Under $40, The Yummy BrothersGame Show Week Kick-Off! Actress Dakota Johnson, Design By Drew: 4 Items Under $40, The Yummy Brothers
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Daily Covid-19 Minute: Long Covid SyndromeOne of the most mysterious aspects of the novel coronavirus has been its ability to cause lingering symptoms that last for days, weeks, and for some people, even months. It’s known as “Long Covid Syndrome,” and a new preprint study is shedding light on just how debilitating this disease can be.
Michigan Matters: Business in MichiganSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Kenneth Harris, Richard Studley, Maureen Donohue Krauss and Chris Holman about the months ahead for Metro Detroit with a new president, pandemic and issues revolving around social equity all swirling.
Community Connect: Small BusinessOn this week's Community Connect we look at small business and the big hearts behind them that are keeping all areas of our community thriving.
Governor Whitmer Provide's Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Friday morning providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19. The governor announced the state would allow indoor dining to resume in Michigan starting Feb. 1. The new order will last three weeks, until Sunday, Feb. 21.
Covid-19 Headquarters: Don’t Let Covid Confusion Stop You From Getting The Vaccine Dr. Oz breaks down how to find vaccine information and centers in your area.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Is It Time For The Double Mask?With a new, more contagious strain of Covid-19 circulating throughout the U.S., some experts are asking: Is it time for the double mask? Wearing one mask on top of another is a move embraced by many, from President Joe Biden to NFL football coaches, and researchers say... it’s not a bad idea.
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Food Assistance Recipients Will See Additional Benefits By End Of January(CBS DETROIT) - The more than 1.2 million people in Michigan who are eligible for food assistance benefits will receive an additional payment by the end of January that raises their monthly amount by 15 percent to help families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The 15 percent increase in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits is for six months, ending in June. “No Michigander should worry about how they’ll put food on the table for themselves and their family, especially during a pandemic,” said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. “COVID-19 is still a very real threat to our state, and we must continue providing crucial support to families that need it most. “I want to thank Sen. (Debbie) Stabenow for her leadership in securing this important increase and for her tireless efforts to expand access to food assistance, which has brought relief to so many Michiganders in need throughout this pandemic.” Michigan food assistance recipients will see the 15 percent increase added to their Bridge Cards by the end of January that are in addition to benefits they received earlier in the month. Food assistance increases by $102 per month for a household of four, which will now receive $782 per month. In subsequent months, the 15 percent increase will be added to Bridge Cards from Jan. 20-30. “Helping families put food on the table is our job,” said MDHHS Director Robert Gordon. “We’re glad we can provide more food assistance to Michiganders who are in need as a result of COVID-19.” Whitmer and MDHHS also are announcing continuation in January of an initiative that provides additional food assistance to 350,000 Michigan families as a response to the pandemic. Through the initiative, anyone receiving food assistance who doesn’t already qualify for the maximum monthly benefits will see their payment raised to the maximum monthly amount for their household size. Eligible clients will see these additional food assistance benefits on their Bridge Card by Jan. 30, with payments beginning for some households on Jan. 20. Anyone who receives both this payment and the 15 percent increase will receive them on the same day.