First weather forecast for August 19, 2022 (tonight) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast August 19, 2022 (Tonight)Dry conditions this evening. Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us when we’ll see showers and thunderstorms. For more weather, visit CBSDetroit.com/weather

Judge grants preliminary injunction blocking Michigan’s 1931 abortion banAn Oakland County circuit judge has granted a preliminary injunction that would stop prosecutors from enforcing Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 8-19Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Belle Isle Park reopens the giant slide on FridayA giant six-lane slide at Belle Isle Park reopens on Friday. The slide will operate from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Labor Day. The cost is $1 each way.

Woodward Dream Cruise Kicks Off This Weekend: What You Need to KnowThe 27th annual Woodward Dream Cruise kicks off Saturday

Great Lakes Water Authority asks residents affected by pipe break to limit their water useResidents of 23 communities are urged to limit outdoor water use as the Great Lakes Water Authority continues to make repairs following a main break.

Detroit’s historic Marlborough apartments will reopen for the first time in 40 yearsThe redevelopment project is part of the Strategic Neighborhood Fund to create additional affordable, market-priced housing.

Nurses union files lawsuit against University of Michigan alleging refusal to bargainA lawsuit has been filed by the Michigan Nurses Association against the University of Michigan alleging that the university is refusing to bargain in contract negotiations over nurses’ workloads.

Former educator at Wayne, Genesee Schools charged with sexual assault investigationA former teacher who worked at Wayne County and Genesee schools has been arrested and is charged with sexually assaulting 15 people.

The abortion debate intensifies: Is the procedure protected by the Michigan Constitution?The abortion debate is heating up in Michigan. Anti-abortion rights advocates say the procedure is not protected by the state constitution.

Willie Horton and round tableSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain chats with Detroit Tigers great Willie Horton. Next, the roundtable with Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett, Free Press Editor/Vice President Peter Bhatia, and radio host Michael Patrick Shiels discusses the fallout from the burst subway water main of Detroit, the election, and the tourism/concert rebound.

Dodge unveils battery-powered Charger DaytonaDodge unveils battery-powered Charger Daytona SRT concept car (August 18) (AP Video: Mike Householder)

Detroit Symphony Orchestra announces single tickets for 2022-23 seasonDetroit Symphony Orchestra fans can prepare for the 2022-2023 season.

Detroit co-founder says website will be shut down after September 5Deadline Detroit, an online publication for more than 10 years, will close its doors next month. The publication’s co-founder, Allan Lengel, said the session would “go dark” after September 5.

Video shows rescue of 10-year-old boy from raging water in AlpenaA 10-year-old Ossineke boy recovers after falling into the raging waters of a dam in Alpena Township.

New Federal Ghost Gun Rules Set to Go Into Effect Next WeekThey are easy to buy, simple to make, and difficult for the police to track. Privately manufactured firearms, otherwise known as ghost guns, are a criminal’s dream and a police nightmare.

Labor Day march in Detroit canceled for third straight yearFor the third year in a row, Detroit’s annual Labor Day march will not take place.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 8-18Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Key insider: 2 men were ‘very eager’ to kidnap Governor WhitmerTwo men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 were “very eager” to move forward with the plan and expressed no reluctance, a key witness said Wednesday.

First human case of West Nile virus reported in 2022 in Oakland CountyIf you’re planning any outdoor activities, you might want to break out the insect repellent after the first human case of West Nile virus in 2022 was reported in metro Detroit.

Oakland County woman charged with impersonating medical professionalAn Oakland County woman charged with posing as a medical professional faces 18 counts, according to the Michigan prosecutor’s office.

A look at the cost of prescription drugs after the Cut Inflation Act was passedFor some people, walking into a pharmacy can leave you deciding whether to pay for your medicine or pay for your car bill.

Science of time: MeteotsunamiScience of time: Meteotsunami

Experts say Michigan could see another gas price hikeMichigan could be in line for a gas price hike.

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