Black History Month at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Black History MonthBlack History Month at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit.
WATCH: Police Seek Suspect In Detroit LarcenyWATCH: Police Seek Suspect In Detroit Larceny
Eye On Detroit - Covenant OrgansLocated in Detroit, Covenant Organs is currently in its 30th year of business. Rick Helderop started the company in 1988 after completing his Master's Degree in Organ Performance at the University of Michigan where as a student he spent time working at the school servicing its many practice organs, the Fisk organ and Hill Auditorium's famous Frieze Memorial organ. Upon graduating, Rick spent the next few years apprenticing with technicians and organ builders from all around the country, eventually leading to the formation of his own company, Richard Helderop and Associates.
Michigan Matters: DronesOn this week's Michigan Matters.... Could Metro Detroit be the next commercial highway in the skies for drones? A new consortium thinks so…
Eye On Detroit - Sound The SirenSound the Siren event to Extinguish Human Trafficking in Southeastern Michigan.
Livonia Police Release Footage Of Toddler’s Near Drowning In Hotel PoolLivonia Police Release Footage Of Toddler’s Near Drowning In Hotel Pool
Motown Museum RenderNew animation shows full scale of $50M Motown Museum expansion
Eye On Detroit - City of Southfield Celebrates Black History MonthThe City of Southfield celebrates Black History Month with the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Well Known Birmingham Hairstylist Killed Inside Detroit MotelThe Detroit Police Department says a popular hairstylist was killed in a Detroit motel on the city’s east side Tuesday night. Katie Johnston reports.
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Detroit Students Become IRS-Certified Tax PreparersStudents from Southeastern and Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School can now offer free help to their neighbors since they have become IRS-certified tax preparers. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: The State of WomenOn this week’s Michigan Matters… With the Presidential race officially kicking off this week .... how will Michigan factor in to this historic contest? What do leaders here have to say about it?
Oakland County Sheriff Pulls Over Driver Posing As CopA man is in police custody after being pulled over by Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, who says the driver was posing as a cop. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Native Returns Home After 11 Months In SpaceChristina Koch, a Michigan native and record-setting astronaut, and her crew mates returned home Thursday after 11 months in space, according to NASA. Katie Johnston reports.
MSU Black Students Upset By Lynching Type DisplayA Michigan State University gift shop is receiving backlash from black students after a controversial display just before Black History Month. Katie Johnston reports.
Police: Suspect Wanted In Connection With Larceny On City's East SidePolice: Suspect Wanted In Connection With Larceny On City's East Side
Eye On Detroit - Oakland University FencingParafencing, or fencing while using a wheelchair, is the first accessible club sport at Oakland University.
Michigan Matters: Women Blazing Unique TrailsOn this week’s Michigan Matters… It’s a spotlight on two remarkable women blazing unique trails to help our community..
Eye On Detroit - The Quilting SeasonThe Quilting Season is a hub for creating and donating pillowcases to the Children's ward at Mott's Hospital.
Eye On Detroit - Expedition SoapsWe use our business as a platform to help support autism awareness & acceptance in a few different ways by giving our time, treasure, & talents to share Spencer's journey from autism to entrepreneurship, while being an inspiration to the autism community.
WATCH: Police Searching For Suspects Involved In Shooting On City’s West SidePolice say the suspects exited out of a white Chevy Tahoe and fired shots toward the local business.
Eye On Detroit - Bags to ButterfliesBags to Butterflies was founded by Michelle Smart in 2015. We are a Detroit-based social enterprise that reaches out to women re-entering the community from prison. Our primary mission is to provide formerly incarcerated women with transitional employment and training opportunities to help reduce and or eliminate their recidivism.
Eye On Detroit - Brilliant DetroitToday 60 percent of Detroit children under five live in poverty with the majority of kids not ready for kindergarten. By third grade only 14 percent read at grade level. Added to this is the fact that 30,000 of the city’s kids have zero learning and care options in their near future. We must and can do better. Brilliant Detroit was created to coordinate and connect what works for families and kids in one centrally located, welcoming place. Together with over 50 partners, families and kids choose what they need to be school ready, healthy and stable. We provide the love, safety and opportunities for growth.
Michigan Matters: 2020 Detroit Free Press Breakfast ClubOn this week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain moderated a panel of Southeastern Michigan Leaders for the 2020 Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club Series.