First weather forecast for April 20, 2022 (tonight) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast April 20, 2022 (Tonight)The rain is setting in tonight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter advises when you can expect rain and how long it will last. CBSDetroit.com/weather.

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VIDEO: Body camera footage released after police chase and vehicle theft in Kalamazoo CountyVideo from the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office body camera shows a gun being fired at a group of teenagers, who deputies say were in the midst of a crime spree.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-20Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Are you the winner? $150,000 Powerball ticket sold in Clarkston remains unclaimed and expires April 24Michigan Lottery players still have a few days to see if they hold a $150,000 Powerball ticket purchased last year in Clarkston.

Report: Michigan Increases Recycling by 35.4% in 3 YearsMichigan achieved a recycling rate of 19.3%, a 35.4% increase from before 2019, according to analysis released by the State of Michigan on Monday ahead of Earth Day Friday.

Lighthouse partners with Amazon to deliver meals to families in Oakland CountyA Pontiac-based nonprofit is partnering with Amazon to provide food to families in need.

Dearborn launches new health department to focus on environmental justice and equityThe city of Dearborn has announced the launch of a new health service, more than a decade after the previous facility closed.

Detroit Department of Transportation removes mask requirement on busesThe Detroit Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that masks will no longer be required on buses, in shelters or in buildings.

Subway riders and medics weigh in on lifted mask mandates for public transitNow that airline mask mandates have been lifted, what are people saying?

Judge won’t lower bond for Jennifer, James CrumbleyA judge on Tuesday denied a motion to reduce the bonds of jailed parents of a Michigan teenager charged with a shooting at his high school that left four people dead.

Lawyer Ben Crump Reveals Independent Autopsy Results, Says Patrick Lyoya Was Shot Execution StyleLawyers Ben Crump and Ven Johnson, representing the family of Patrick Lyoya, said the 26-year-old’s death was a needless murder of an unarmed black man. They say they have scientific evidence to prove that Lyoya was shot in the back of the head.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-19Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan sees slight increase in COVID numbersMichigan reported a 36% increase in COVID-19 cases last week.

MDHHS confirms first flu-related child death this seasonThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed the first flu-related child death in Michigan for the 2021-2022 flu season, the agency said.

Report: Recess helps children develop creative and academic skillsTaking a break from books during the school day can help children explore their creativity.

Tax Day: here’s what you need to know about filing your 2021 taxesWith so much going on this year, it’s been hard to focus on things like filing taxes.

Students at Bailey Lake Elementary School in Clarkston hold coin drive for Ukrainian refugeesOn Monday’s schedule for Ms. Rocho’s Grade 4 class at Bailey Lake Elementary School in Clarkston, there’s science, Spanish and a special zoom with LJ.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-18Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Matters: Governor Whitmer and Motor RacingSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain chats with Governor Whitmer about our state, our roads, navigating the pandemic and more. Next, Bud Denker, President of Penske Corp and Chairman of the Chevrolet Grand Prix of Detroit, talks about racing ahead, the auto industry, the microchip shortage, efforts to increase diversity in motorsports and more. .

Community Connection Segments – Meadow Brook Theater GuildOn 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.

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