First Weather Forecast July 29, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit

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City of Detroit clerk provides update on security measures for counting mail-in ballotsDetroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey updated the city today on her office’s plans to create a fair and safe election.

Ford Q2 profit up 19%, sees stronger year despite inflationFord Motor Co.’s net profit rose 19% in the second quarter as the company gathered enough computer chips to increase production and sales at the plant.

3 in custody after several Ford Raptor trucks stolen in DearbornOfficials say they have three people in custody following the theft of several Ford Raptor trucks from a lot in Dearborn.

‘We’ve worked hard’: Delphi Corp retirees continue to fight for benefitsThe fight to ensure Delphi Corp retirees receive full benefits continues, but hope is now that the battle will soon be over.

DWSD announces $40 million project to increase sewage system capacityThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department has a new project underway to prevent basement flooding.

Convenience store woes, inflation hits every industryAccording to Numerator, a data and technology company, customers are spending 59% more at gas and convenience stores compared to last year.

First weather forecast July 29, 2022 (Today)We end our week with sunshine and comfortable temperatures but prepare for the heat. Meteorologist Ahmad Bajjey shows you when we will reach our peak. For more weather, visit CBSDetroit.com/weather

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 7-29Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Energy Department lends more than $2 billion to GM joint ventureThe US Department of Energy plans to lend $2.5 billion to a joint venture between General Motors and South Korea’s LG Energy Solution.

GM launches new website to connect potential EV buyers with specialistsGeneral Motors is launching a new tool called “EV Live”.

Launch of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit on June 28The Rocket Mortgage Classic kicks off Thursday at the Detroit Golf Club. Top golfers will be in attendance, including Cam Davis, who returns as the defending champion. This is the fourth year that the golf club has hosted the event.

Detroit leaders inaugurate affordable housing project in CorktownBig changes are coming to Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood as the city breaks ground on the first phase of a large-scale affordable housing project

Michigan reports 19,653 new cases of COVID-19 and 137 deaths in the past weekThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here is all you need to know.

Grocery prices rise, more funds for Bridge cardholdersMore than 700,000 households across the state will receive emergency food grants this month.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 7-28Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Science of weather: golf ball in flightLearn how the atmosphere affects a golf ball in its flight to the pin.

Weather Science: Sea Life Michigan, Temperature and Light CyclesWeather Science: Sea Life Michigan, Temperature and Light Cycles

Detroit Pistons unveil return of classic teal jerseys for 2022-23 seasonThe Detroit Pistons announced Monday that “Classic Edition” uniforms will return for the 2022-23 season. Officials say the shirts are expected to appear in around 10 games over the course of the season as part of the rotation.

Arts, Beats & Eats returns to the Detroit metro for its 25th anniversaryGet ready to have a blast as the 25th Annual Soaring Eagle Arts, Beats & Eats is set to feature 200 musical acts this year.

Metro Detroit organization collects toys for Michigan Children’s Hospital patientsIt’s Christmas in July at Michigan Children’s Hospital. The local organization, Sophia’s Rainbow, has spent the last year collecting toys for patients at the hospital.

Investing in Detroit: How New Developments Signal a Change in the CityA sign of growth and change is how a new project replacing the Joe Louis Arena is described by the CEO of Downtown Detroit Partnership.

Mayor Duggan pushes for 2020 census callDuggan says the 2020 census is missing at least 50,000 people and that means big lost dollars for the city.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 7-27Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

UM medical students march on anti-abortion keynote speaker Dr. Kristin CollierDozens of incoming medical students at the University of Michigan walked out of their medical school induction ceremony on Sunday to protest a keynote speaker with anti-abortion views.

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