First weather forecast for June 17, 2022 (tonight) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast June 17, 2022 (Tonight)A quiet night. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us what to expect as we head into the weekend. For more weather, visit CBSDetroit.com/weather

Detroit’s QLine extends hours of operation starting this weekendThe extension means the QLine will be operational until midnight Monday through Saturday.

Michigan pre-orders COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 as officials await clearanceMichigan pre-ordered COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 after a Food and Drug Administration panel voted to recommend Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines for the age group.

New program provides funds to improve Detroit neighborhoodsNeighborhood clubs, neighborhood associations, and nonprofit organizations can apply for grants ranging from $500 to $15,000 to revitalize their communities.

Several thousand gallons of oily material in Flint RiverSeveral thousand gallons of a dark black petroleum-based material with the smell of petroleum spilled into the Flint River in Flint, authorities said Wednesday.

Infant formula production at Abbott’s Michigan plant delayed after flooding caused by severe stormsAbbott halted production of the EleCare formula at its Sturgis, Michigan plant after severe storms caused flooding inside the plant, the company said, likely delaying production of the new formula. of a few weeks.

First weather forecast June 17, 2022 (Today)Relief from the heat! Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has your Friday forecast! For more weather, visit CBSDetroit.com/weather

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 6-17Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Western Michigan University Men’s Basketball Players Hit The Court With The Beautiful Lives ProjectThe Beautiful Lives project aims to give people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in activities that they would normally not be able to.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 6-16Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

More than 2.9 million Ford vehicles recalled due to crash riskFord is recalling more than 2.9 million vehicles to fix a transmission problem that can increase the risk of crashes.

Michigan Carpenters Union opens new training center in DetroitThe Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights celebrates the grand opening of a new state-of-the-art training center in northwest Detroit.

Detroit tenants encouraged to apply for COVID relief fundIf you are facing eviction in Detroit, there are only two weeks left to submit new claims.

Michigan AG Nessel: Oxford School Board Rejects Offer to Provide Weapons Detector DogThe Oxford Community Schools Board has rejected Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s offer to have a dog trained to detect explosives and firearms in schools for the next school year.

Grand Rapids Police Officer Christopher Schurr Fired After Patrick Lyoya ShootingChristopher Schurr, the police officer charged with the murder of Patrick Lyoya, has been fired from the Grand Rapids Police Department.

City of Detroit opens cooling centers due to extreme heatIn the wake of the extreme heat, the city of Detroit is opening cooling centers to offer residents some relief.

Mayor Duggan tells Detroit residents they need to know about COVID relief for tenantsMayor Duggan will be joined by city partners in urging Detroit tenants and landlords affected by COVID to apply for CERA (Covid Emergency Rental Assistance) before the end of the month, as the MSHDA has announced that it will stop providing assistance. accept new support requests on June 30. This only applies to tenants or landlords who have not yet applied for CERA.

Carpenters Union unveils state-of-the-art training facility in DetroitAmong the most modern of its kind, the 145,000 square foot training facility houses classrooms and training areas for hands-on experience and real-world simulations. Apprentices and workers trained at the center will use some of the most advanced methods and tools in the construction industry. The new center will also include space for community events. U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh will join the celebration virtually.

Police search for suspect who shot man inside Detroit laundromatThe Detroit Police Department is looking for a suspect wanted in connection with a non-fatal shooting at a laundromat.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 6-15Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Drivers Can Now Buy Digital License PlatesThe state is the third in the United States to approve the use of digital license plates, after California and Arizona.

Ohio Department of Health identifies probable case of monkeypox, no cases reported in MichiganThe Ohio Department of Health announced a probable case of monkeypox infection in the state.

Detroit Becomes First City to Receive Comcast Digital Navigator Grants, 3 Organizations Receive $225,000Detroit is the first city to receive Comcast Digital Browser Grants, which will help reinforce the company’s commitment to providing Internet access to individuals across the country.

Salvation Army Holds Ceremony to Launch $4.3 Million Expansion of Detroit Conner Creek Corps Community CenterThe Salvation Army of Metro Detroit holds a ceremony to kick off the expansion of the Detroit Conner Creek Corps Community Center.

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