First Weather Forecast May 20, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast May 20, 2022 (Today)Hot, humid and windy. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter breaks down what we can expect for possible storms today and tonight. For more weather, visit cbsdetroit.com/weather

Detroit community leaders open new Jefferson Chalmers Community CenterCity and community leaders open a new community center at AB Ford Park in Jefferson Chalmers along Detroit’s East Shore.

FDA chief: Baby formula factory could reopen by next weekThe head of the Food and Drug Administration told lawmakers on Thursday that a shuttered infant formula factory could be operational as early as next week, though he avoided questioning whether his agency should have stepped in earlier in the process. factory at the center of the national shortage. .

AAA: Average Gas Price in Michigan Continues to Rise, 1 Cent Below National PriceAverage gasoline prices in Michigan continue to rise this week, now 1 cent below the national average on Thursday.

Ford recalls SUVs due to engine fire hazard, owners must park vehicles outsideFord is asking owners of 350,000 vehicles to take them to dealerships for repair in three recalls, including about 39,000 that should be parked outside because engines can catch fire.

Ethan Crumbley will remain in Oakland County jail, judge ordersA hearing is to be held monthly as Crumbley is a juvenile detained in a county jail.

‘Ride For Equity’ Detroit To Mackinaw City Raises Equity Funding For Black Business AwarenessDwan Dandridge, CEO of Black Leaders Detroit, is cycling from Detroit to Mackinaw City again (to attend the Detroit Regional Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference). Last year, Black Leaders Detroit wanted to raise awareness at the conference about the need for fairer funding for Black-owned businesses in Detroit.

Michigan small businesses saw record job growth in 2021, data showsAccording to the Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information, small businesses with fewer than 50 employees created nearly 170,000 jobs in the first three quarters of 2021. This is the fastest start to job growth in small businesses in 23 years.

Comcast Rise awards grants to 100 minority-owned small businessesApplications for Comcast Rise are now open to minority-owned businesses in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park.

Detroit health department recommends masks indoors as city hits high level of COVID-19Detroit Health Department Recommends Indoor Masks As City Reaches “High” COVID-19 Community Level

Oxford school district hires company to investigate shootingThe Oxford Community Schools District is reversing its earlier decision to delay an investigation into the Nov. 30 shooting at Oxford High School and has announced that a firm will conduct an independent review.

Peace Officers’ Awards Ceremony honors life-saving heroes and first responders in Oxford High School tragedyAnnual awards ceremony where prizes were given for meritorious actions throughout the year, the first responders to the tragedy at Oxford High School.

Experts are warning people of the dangers of going into Lake Michigan right nowBetween cold water temperatures and varying currents, people should definitely exercise caution, especially since it’s too early for lifeguards, flag warnings and Michigan DNR’s new ticketing system.

Mayor of Benton Harbor speaks to McGinnis Cold CaseExactly 31 years after the murder of a 16-year-old black teenager in St. Joseph, Michigan, the mayor of Benton Harbor is asking the attorney general to hold someone responsible for the death of Eric McGinnis.

‘Stop the Violence’: Detroit Police Officers Host Basketball Game to Promote Peace in SchoolsDetroit police officers showed off their basketball skills at Henry Ford High School to promote peace in the schools.

Detroit retiree has sidewalk repaired months after water main burstA Detroit homeowner who says his yard was damaged after a broken water main was repaired is now breathing a sigh of relief.

Michigan Judge Elizabeth Gleicher suspends abortion ban in 1931A judge on Tuesday suspended Michigan’s dormant abortion ban, saying it likely violated the state’s constitution.

City of Detroit offers COVID treatmentThe Detroit Department of Health is partnering with the State of Michigan to expand Covid-19 services.

GOP Michigan gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley says COVID policies at debate a ‘dealbreaker’A Republican candidate for governor of Michigan has said he would refuse to participate in a debate on COVID-19 policies.

FDA authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots for children ages 5-11The United States Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization for a booster dose of Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 at least five months after the end of the series of primary vaccines.

Abbott could restart infant formula factory within 2 weeks, pending court approvalIf a court approves the deal, the company said, it could restart the site within two weeks. It would first resume production of its specialty metabolic formulas EleCare and Alimentum, followed by Similac and other formulas.

Weather Science: O’Shea Solar ParkWeather Science: O’Shea Solar Park

Researchers meet to discuss ways to reduce microplastics in the Great LakesResearchers from the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University met in Traverse City to discuss the impact of microplastic pollution not only on the Great Lakes, but also on people.

Detroit celebrates 50th anniversary of city’s EMS, honors workersCity leaders paid tribute to Detroit’s EMS members during a celebration of the entity’s 50th anniversary.

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