First weather forecast March 3, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit


Metro Detroit businessman fears for his employees as fighting moves into their turf in UkraineMetro Detroit businessman fears for his employees as fighting moves into their turf in Ukraine

Cancellation of opening day harms downtown restaurantsBaseball fans will skip another opening day.

Detroit City FC offers free entry to Tigers opening day and season ticket holders during MLB lockdownThe Detroit City Football Club said it was offering limited tickets to each of its home games in March and April for Detroit Tigers Opening Day and season ticket holders.

Michigan businesses can start applying for pandemic grantsMichigan has opened a month-long window in which businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for state grants online, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Tuesday.

Detroit Concours d’Elegance kicks off at DIA in SeptemberOne of the biggest automotive events in the country takes place in the heart of Detroit.

Ford divides electric vehicles and internal combustion into individual companiesFord will split its electric vehicle and internal combustion operations into two individual businesses to accelerate its adaptation to new technologies, and the Detroit automaker said Wednesday its transformation into an electric vehicle business is accelerating.

Wyandotte police and fire rescue dog stranded in Detroit RiverWyandotte police and firefighters rescued a dog found trapped Monday in the Detroit River.

First weather forecast March 2, 2022 (tonight)Precipitation will move over the region this evening. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter will determine when you can expect wet weather and for how long.

First weather forecast March 2, 2022 (Today)Mild temperatures today with some sunshine, but a chance of precipitation will set in. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter advises when you can expect wet weather.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-02Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Oakland County road crews are working overtime to fix potholesUnder the winter, the snow and ice roads crumble and make the ride bumpy.

Michigan law clears way for part-time workers to maintain pandemic unemployment assistanceA law signed into law on Monday gives Michigan’s unemployment agency the ability to stop claiming benefits for part-time workers who began qualifying when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Michigan Ballot Campaign Would Change Legislative Term LimitsA bipartisan coalition of business, labor and political leaders announced a ballot campaign on Tuesday to change Michigan’s legislative term limits, shortening them to 12 years from 14, but letting lawmakers sit all the time. in one room.

Judge orders Ethan Crumbley to remain in jail pending trialA 15-year-old boy accused of killing four students at a Michigan high school will remain in jail pending trial, a judge ruled Tuesday, denying a request to be transferred to a teenage facility.

Major automakers react to Russian invasion and offer support to UkraineAutomakers, including General Motors, are taking a stand against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.

Only Black Female Vet In Detroit Offering Mobile Pet Services, Finds Success With BusinessYou’ve heard of doctors doing house calls, well, Dr. McKeithen does just that, except for humans.

Detroiters celebrate Pączki DayCW50 spoke with Metro Detroiters to see where they got their Pączki from on Pączki Day, May 1, 2022, the day before the start of Lent.

Ford delays return to office of majority of workers until AprilFord again delayed its return-to-work procedures for the majority of its salaried employees.

More Similac baby formula recalled as CDC investigation expandsAbbott Nutrition is recalling one lot of Similac PM 60/40 powdered infant formula due to another report of a dangerous bacterial infection.

First weather forecast March 1, 2022 (Tonight)A partly cloudy sky sets us up for some sunshine tomorrow morning. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter says it won’t last long.

First weather forecast March 1, 2022 (Today)The meteorological spring begins today and the temperatures are a little warmer than yesterday! Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us when we can expect more spring-like temperatures.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-01Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Opera Theater changes name to Detroit OperaAfter more than 50 years, a new era is on the horizon for the Michigan Opera Theatre.


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