First weather forecast June 21, 2022 (Tonight)Warm temperatures tonight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has your hour-by-hour forecast. CBSDetroit.com/weather.
The UWM sports complex in Pontiac will host the job fair on June 23This career fair will provide students and residents of the Pontiac and Metro Detroit area the opportunity to meet recruiters from local and regional organizations.
Michigan Roundtable Hosts Community Discussion on Diversity, Equity and InclusionThe Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion led the two-day workshop to analyze challenges related to racial disparities.
Weather Science: Detroit ZooWeather Science: Detroit Zoo
First weather forecast June 20, 2022Decreasing clouds and warmer temperatures. Senior forecaster Stacey DuFord tells you what to expect on the first day of summer.
First weather forecast June 19, 2022Mostly cloudy skies and chance of showers. Senior forecaster Stacey DuFord tells you how long the downpours can last.
Michigan Matters: Mackinac MomentsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain interviews: Senator Debbie Stabenow, Mayor Mike Duggan, Chief Executive Officer Terry Rhadigan, Business Owner Chris Shepler, DADA’s Rod Alberts, Joe Lunghamer, HAP CEO Michael Genord, OR Pres Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, PVS Chemicals COO Tim Nicholson, Brad Williams of the House, Shawn Patterson of the DTE, County Directors Mark Hackel and Dave Coulter, MDOT Director Paul Ajegba and Michael Rafferty of New Detroit on issues and challenges opportunities.
First weather forecast June 19, 2022A rather sunny Father’s Day. Senior forecaster Stacey DuFord tells you when you might expect to see showers.
First weather forecast June 18, 2022We’ll see a cool night with mostly clear skies and Senior Forecaster Stacey DuFord has your Father’s Day forecast.
Community Login Segments – Opal LeeAt this week’s Community Connect, we celebrate June 19 and hear from people who are helping to raise awareness of all it stands for.
Larry Nassar loses final appeal in sexual assault scandalMichigan’s Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a final appeal by sports physician Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to decades in prison for sexually assaulting gymnasts, including Olympic medalists.
FDA authorizes COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines are now licensed for emergency use in young children. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expanded approvals for vaccines on Friday to include children as young as 6 months old.
Detroit Police: Phase 2 underway to search for Zion FosterLaw enforcement began Phase 2 of Operation Justice for Zion Foster this week in Metro Detroit to locate 17-year-old Zion Foster.
University of Michigan approves new budget, raises tuition and housingThe University of Michigan Board of Trustees has approved a new budget for the upcoming academic year.
Analyst: Michigan gas prices will drop below $5 this weekendAlthough Michigan gas prices have reached $5, Patrick De Haan of GasBuddy says they could soon fall below.
Celebrate Juneteenth this weekend at these events in the Detroit metroMetro Detroit communities will celebrate Juneteenth this weekend with events featuring music, movies and other activities.
Expansion of mental health services in rural communitiesDr. Jaschon Proctor leads the initiative to create seizure prevention programs through art therapy, medicine and counselling.
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.