First weather forecast March 23, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit


First weather forecast March 23, 2022 (Today)Threat of severe weather this afternoon and evening. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter breaks down what you need to know and times the storm. For more weather information, visit

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-23Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Free Ball Gown Contest Held This Weekend in Ann ArborThe Gowns for Good prom dress contest will take place on March 26.

GM Hosting Job Fair Seeks to Hire 100 People at Orion Assembly PlantGeneral Motors is looking to hire 100 people in the Hardware Department team.

Detroit public schools aim to catch up, then some, with US helpFor years, Laela Bullock has moved at her own pace when it comes to schoolwork. The switch to distance learning, if at all, brought a welcome break from fighting in the halls of the 15-year-old’s Detroit school, but her grades still lagged.

Dearborn teenager charged with assault in connection with TikTok trend ‘Orbeez’The Dearborn Police Department is warning residents of a TikTok challenge that involves targeting bystanders with toy gel blaster guns filled with Orbeez, which are water-absorbing polymer beads.

FBI director visits Detroit to talk cybersecurityWray discussed the pressing national security issues facing the country today and the bureau’s plans to thwart cybersecurity threats.

Jennifer and James Crumbley have appointed individual attorneys to avoid potential conflicts of interestJudge Cheryl Matthews assigned separate lawyers for James and Jennifer Crumbley to meet, says being represented by same law firm can lead to conflicts of interest

Meteorologist Kylee Miller describes harsh watch versus warningMeteorologist Kylee Miller describes tough watch versus warning.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-22Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Highland Park mum transforms devastated neighborhood into beauty while suffering devastating lossA longtime resident of Highland Park could not ignore the extreme desolation of a city block. She bought an abandoned house in the neighborhood, fixed it up, and began creating Avalon Village, turning rust into beauty. There is now a homework house, STEM lab and youth basketball court as well as community spaces that offer free Wi-Fi.

Dozens of people gather at the State Capitol in Lansing to show their support for UkraineDozens of people gathered over the weekend at the State Capitol in Lansing, waving the Ukrainian flag and donning its blue and yellow colors.

Michigan Governor Whitmer Supports Suspension of State Gasoline Sales TaxGovernor Gretchen Whitmer says she supports suspending the state’s 6% fuel sales tax to ease the burden on drivers.

AAA: Gas prices drop slightly in MichiganAfter weeks of record high gasoline prices, Michigan is seeing some decline.

Residents say Stellantis factory emits odors that make neighbors sickDizziness, burning eyes and sore throat. These are some of the symptoms families in East Canfield Village say they experience after being outside too long.

Woman killed in hit-and-run, Detroit police are looking for a person of interestPolice are looking for a driver who ran over and killed a 40-year-old woman in Detroit.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-21Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Matters: Current Affairs Politics 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks politics and other things with U.S. Representative Brenda Lawrence, U.S. Representative Haley Stevens, and OU Political Science Professor John Klemenski. While Wayne County Treasurer Eric R. Sabree talks about a program to help homeowners avoid foreclosures.

Community Connect Segments – Deviate FashionOn this week’s Community Connect – We end our celebration of Women’s History Month with three more inspiring stories – Watch Saturdays at 7am on CW50.

Michigan Severe Weather Awareness Week: Here’s What You Need to KnowMichigan Severe Weather Awareness Week begins March 20.

‘Read To Rover’ program brings comfort to protected animals while helping children improve their reading skillsThe “Read to Rover” program at a Dearborn animal shelter provides comfort for animals while helping children improve their confidence and reading skills. It also helps prepare animals for adoption.


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