First weather forecast June 2, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast June 2, 2022 (Today)A slight chance of rain in the morning with more sun this afternoon. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter spells out what you can expect for your Thursday. CBSDetroit.com/weather.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 6-2Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Anita Baker announces return concert in DetroitThe eight-time Grammy Award winner will perform July 22 at Little Caesars Arena. It’s been over a decade since Baker performed in Michigan.

CDC defends authority to issue transport mask warrantThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defended its authority to issue a mask mandate for domestic travelers, in a brief filed Tuesday asking an appeals court to overturn a district court ruling in April to rescind the mandate.

The rally calls for an end to gun violenceThe event takes place Saturday at the Church of the Messiah on East Grand Boulevard.

Whitmer Says June is Airbag Recall Repair Month, Urges Michiganians to Check Their VehiclesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer has joined Check To Protect and declared June Airbag Recall Repair Month in Michigan.

Detroit kicks off Pride month with flag raising at Spirit PlazaCity officials and Detroit’s LGBTQ+ leaders kicked off Pride Month with the raising of the Pride Flag at Spirit Plaza.

Weather Science: Outlook for the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane SeasonWeather Science: Outlook for the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Thieves Caught Siphoning Gas in Michigan as Prices Continue to RisePolice say drivers can take precautionary measures to avoid gas thieves, such as buying a locking gas cap, parking in a well-lit area or near a major road, or avoiding parking in unsupervised public places like this carpool lot for an extended period of time. of time.

City of Detroit kicks off Pride MonthCity officials and Detroit’s LGBTQ+ leaders will kick off Pride Month with a press conference and the raising of the Pride Flag at Spirit Plaza. We will also be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Pride celebrations in Detroit.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 6-1Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Detroit Grand Prix partners with City of Windsor to offer ticket discounts to Canadian fansThe annual Chevrolet Grand Prix of Detroit kicks off in a few days and Canadian citizens can get discounted tickets.

Detroit Music Weekend to celebrate John Lee Hooker this summerJohn Lee Hooker, the dean of Detroit blues, is honored with a special tribute this summer, including a posthumous key to the city.

William Lucas, first Wayne County superintendent and black sheriff, dies at 94William Lucas, a black man who made national headlines when he switched political parties to become the Republican candidate for governor of Michigan in 1986, has died at 94, his family said.

Average gas prices in Metro Detroit hit new highGasoline prices in the Detroit metro area hit a new high after surging over Memorial Day weekend, according to AAA.

Ohio man drowns in small lake in southeast MichiganA 45-year-old man drowned in a small lake in southeast Michigan.

Burial search begins to find missing teenager Zion FosterCW50 News at 10Operation Justice for Zion is going to be labor intensive, 70 people a day for six to eight weeks, digging up a mountain of debris.

Body of drowning victim recovered from Devils LakeOn Monday, Lenawee County released an update and said that around 5 p.m. divers were able to locate and remove the victim from the water.

Search continues ten years after Tamala Well’s disappearanceCommunity search efforts organized by Shabazz helped solve the cases of missing Eastpointe teenager Zion Foster and 32-year-old Latima Warren, who was found dismembered in her home.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-31Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-30Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Matters: AmbassadorsLead Producer/Host Carol Cain interviews John Rakolta Jr. of Walbridge and David T. Fisher of Suburban Collections, each named US Amb. (Morocco and United Arab Emirates) on their role in the Abraham Accords. Next, the panel discussion with Rob Davidek of WWJ News Radio, Glenn Stevens of the Detroit Regional Chamber, and Chris Holman of the Michigan Business Network discuss the issues affecting our region, how chip and product shortages affect us , how the state stacks up and overview of Mackinac Conference.

Community Login Segments – BLND HealthIn this week’s Community Connect, mental health matters at every stage of our lives, from childhood to adulthood. We sit down with three professionals who are focused on improving the mental health of athletes, students, and anyone seeking the help they need.

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