Community Connect: Breaking the CycleOn this week's Community Connect, we learn the real cholinic issues leading to poverty in the city of Detroit from the people who are helping to change the narrative and break the cycle.
The Brand New Amphitheater Outside Detroit's Music Hall Kicks Off FridayThe idea came about in November due to the pandemic, now the transformation of the Music Hall's parking lot into an outdoor amphitheater is complete. Hundreds of performances are expected.
Wayne County Prosecutor: No Charges Will Be Filed In Death Of Priscilla Slater At Harper Woods JailThe 38-year-old was found dead in Harper Woods jail last June.
Meijer Offering $10 Coupon If You Get Vaccinated At Any Of Its LocationsMeijer now offers a $10 coupon if you get vaccinated at any of its locations.
Michigan Reports 1,132 New COVID-19 Cases, 38 Deaths FridayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,132 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 38 deaths Friday.
MDHHS Recommends Students, Staff Wear Masks In Classrooms Regardless Of Vaccination StatusLess than a day after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a new re-opening plan, Michigan’s health department asks people to keep masking up in certain indoor areas.
“Destiny’s Child” Singer Michelle Williams Speaks About Depression And Battle To Break The Stigma Around Mental IllnessSinger Michelle Williams opens up to Dr. Oz about how the other members of “Destiny’s Child” reacted when they found out she was struggling with depression.
Half Their Weight: Couples Who Lost Half Of Themselves...In A Good WayOne couple tells Dr. Oz how their lives have changed since their major weight loss.
Family Feud Question of the Day 5-21Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Utica Teacher Of The Year Awarded New CarA Utica Community Schools teacher was hit with a major surprise on Thursday for his dedication to the classroom.
McDonald’s Employees In Detroit, Other Cities Demand Pay IncreaseMcDonald's employees in several cities, including Detroit, are demanding the company to increase its minimum wage.
Bridge Demolition Requires Closing Northbound I-75 In Detroit This WeekendCrews will close northbound I-75 from I-94 to M-8 from 9 p.m. on Friday, May 21, to 5 a.m. on Monday, May 24.
Albion College Mandates COVID-19 Vaccinations For Fall SemesterOne Michigan college is the first in the state to mandate the coronavirus vaccine.
Michigan Reports 1,372 New COVID-19 Cases, 74 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,372 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 74 deaths Thursday.
Director Of The Inn At St.John In Plymouth Responds To June 1 Outdoor Capacity LiftStarting June 1 all outdoor restrictions will be lifted in the state, and this venue director says, this is the best news they’ve gotten in a very long time.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Thursday morning providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19. Whitmer said the state will fully lift outdoor capacity limits on June 1. On July 1, the state will end indoor gathering caps that were put in place to curb COVID-19.
Cyclist Attempting World Record Around Lake MichiganUltracyclist wants to set world record by biking around Lake Michigan in 72 hours.
Detroit Infra UpgradeNot assigned
Signs Your Loved Ones Are Secretly Stealing Your Money Without You Knowing!One woman runs down the endless list of excuses her online Romeo used to con her out of money.
Family Feud Question of the Day 5-20Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Israeli Supporters Respond To Dearborn Protests, Gaza ViolenceWhat would America do? That’s the question the Consul General of Israel to the Midwest is asking in response to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Michigan Judge Dismisses One Of The Last Lawsuits Claiming 2020 Election Fraud In The StateA Michigan judge dismissed an election fraud case Tuesday that state officials said was the last of the lawsuits challenging the 2020 election.
Michigan To Restore Work-Search Rule, Keep $300 SupplementMichigan will reinstate a requirement that people receiving unemployment benefits show they are actively searching for work, effective May 30, but has no plan to end a $300 weekly federal supplement going to 816,000 jobless residents.
DWSD Updates Public On Massive $240.4 Million Water And Sewer Upgrades In DetroitDetroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) officials provided an update on the $240.4M invested in water and sewer upgrades in the past two years. More construction is planned this summer and next year at $203.9M, including a massive project in Far West Detroit.