First weather forecast March 26, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit


First weather forecast March 26, 2022 (Today)Cooler and cloudier with windy conditions and a chance of rain or snow! Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells you what to expect on your Saturday! For more weather information, go to

Michigan AG Nessel warns of the most popular scamsAs tax season gets underway, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office has issued a consumer alert on the most popular scams.

Mail-in ballots now available for May 3 electionMail-in ballots for jurisdictions with elections on May 3 are now available at local clerk’s offices, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced.

DPD Releases New Strategic Community Safety Plan for City of DetroitThe Community Safety Strategy Plan includes crowd management and code enforcement, police presence, noise enforcement, traffic enforcement, and community engagement.

Wayne County Sheriff’s Office welcomes new deputiesThe Wayne County Sheriff’s Office welcomed 20 new graduating deputies on Friday. Graduates underwent 160 hours of testing and instruction, as well as training in physical and mental health.

Michigan Communities to Share $42 Million in Recreational Marijuana Tax RevenueCities, townships and counties in Michigan shared millions of dollars in revenue from marijuana sales last year.

HAP donates $75,000 to Detroit schools for coats and personal care itemsThe Cron family has lived in Lakewood near Jefferson for 22 years, but last June their cozy bungalow was damaged by flooding.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-25Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Program teaches Metro Detroit students about money managementMetro Detroit students learn more about money management.

Downtown Detroit worker numbers lagging, report saysDowntown Detroit is seeing a major rebound in the housing and visitor market, but the number of downtown office workers is still low.

Michigan lawmakers and Whitmer announce deal to spend $4.8 billionOn Wednesday night, Michigan lawmakers unveiled and began passing a massive $4.8 billion mid-year spending plan that will improve long-neglected infrastructure, including water pipes, dams, roads and parks.

$10,000 reward offered for information on suspect in shooting death of 7-year-old girlThe Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspected driver on the run in connection with the shooting death of a 7-year-old girl in Pontiac.

University of Michigan agrees to settle student sex abuse lawsuitThe University of Michigan has reached an agreement to settle a lawsuit brought by students who sought to impose changes in how the school protects the campus from sexual misconduct.

Ethan Crumbley will remain in Oakland County JailA judge ruled on Thursday that 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, who is charged with the fatal shooting at Oxford High School, will remain in Oakland County Jail.

Baby Bongo stands at Potter Park Zoo in LansingAH! This is the moment a newborn bongo stood up on its own at Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, Michigan on March 8. The zoo said the cub was able to stand about 30 minutes after birth.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-24Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Detroit Police Officers Bridge Community Gap With ‘Skate With A Cop’ and Other EventsThe Detroit Police Department hosts events throughout the year to help bridge the gap between officers and the community, and on Wednesday they visited Detroit Wheels Roller Rink in the city’s West Side with some very special young people. .

FDA details problems at Michigan plant behind infant formula recallInfant formula maker Abbott failed to maintain sanitary conditions and procedures at the Michigan manufacturing plant recently linked to a cluster of childhood illnesses, according to findings released Tuesday by federal safety inspectors.

Witness: Whitmer kidnapping plot to prevent Biden victoryA man who pleaded guilty to planning a kidnapping of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer told jurors on Wednesday he and his allies wanted to attack before the 2020 election to prevent Joe Biden from winning the presidency.

Michigan receives $86 million in aid for June 2021 floodsMichigan received $86 million in disaster recovery funds related to June 2021 severe weather and flooding.

Michigan’s statewide tornado drill canceled due to weather – What to KnowMichigan’s statewide tornado exercise was canceled Wednesday due to weather conditions and many local communities opted out of sounding sirens. The exercise was part of Severe Weather Awareness Week.

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.


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