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Community Connection Segments – Rob Atteberry and Paris JonesOn this week’s Community Connect – We spotlight stories from people and nonprofits across our state who are making an impact – Watch Saturdays at 7 a.m. on CW50.

First weather forecast April 16, 2022 (Today)Windy conditions continue for Saturday. Senior forecaster Stacey DuFord has your holiday weekend forecast. For more weather information, go to

FDA authorizes first COVID-19 breath testThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization to the first COVID-19 test that detects chemical compounds associated with the coronavirus in the breath, the agency said.

Biden picks U Of M Dean Michael Barr for Fed banking regulatory jobPresident Joe Biden said on Friday that he plans to appoint Michael Barr, the dean of the University of Michigan’s school of public policy, as vice chairman for oversight of the Federal Reserve.

Community calls for a peaceful summer, rally plannedThe group is holding a rally outside the Spirit of Detroit at 3 p.m. Saturday to discuss peacebuilding solutions for the summer months.

Police de-escalation tactics questioned after Grand Rapids police shootingNew questions are emerging tonight about how police de-escalation tactics work and when they are used following the shooting death of Patrick Lyoya by Grand Rapids police.

Detroit police search for driver and vehicle in fatal hit-and-runPolice are searching for a driver and vehicle after a 21-year-old man was struck and killed while riding a bicycle in Detroit.

First weather forecast April 15, 2022 (Today)Still windy with a chance of rain today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells you how windy it will be. Visit for more information.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-15Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

County Roscommon MPs handing out Easter hams instead of ticketsCounty Roscommon drivers get pulled over for a nice surprise.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk offers to buy TwitterElon Musk has made a bid to buy Twitter and take it private, saying he thinks the company needs to be “transformed”.

Detroit Sports Commission Host Party at Campus Martius Park to Celebrate 2024 NFL DraftThe Detroit Sports Commission is hosting a free football-themed party for fans of all ages on Thursday, April 14 at Campus Martius Park to celebrate the awarding of the 2024 NFL Draft to Detroit.

Patrick Lyoya’s father seeks charges and officer’s ID in Grand Rapids police shootingPeter Lyoya took his six children from Congo in 2014 to escape violence. Now he fears he brought them to the United States to die.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-14Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Metro Detroit High School Students Receive $40,000 Amazon Future Engineer ScholarshipThree Metro Detroit high school students have been awarded the 2022 Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship.

CDC to extend mandate of federal transport mask by two weeksThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to extend the federal mandate for transportation masks by another two weeks, according to a source close to the Biden administration’s plans who was cleared to speak.

Here is a list of 1-800 self-service storage locations that collect donations for UkraineMichigan-owned and operated storage company 1-800-Self-Storage said it would collect new and unopened donated merchandise to send to Ukraine.

The Detroit Police Department cleans up the yard of a local senior who needs helpOn Wednesday, Detroit’s 12th Precinct officers and academy students put in some sweat and hard work to bring Ivanka Kacir’s court back into compliance.

Officials unveil memorial to Michigan construction worker killed on I-94This week is National Work Zone Awareness Week and Michigan officials are unveiling a memorial dedicated to a Detroit Metro construction worker who was killed on the job.

Group opposes recommendation to demolish Royal Oak Main Art Theater – Extended CutFriends of the Royal Oak Main Art Theater say they will continue to fight to save the historic site, even though the Royal Oak Planning Commission recommends that it be demolished to make way for a mixed-use development.


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