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


First weather forecast May 26, 2022 (Today)A marginal chance of severe thunderstorms today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter identifies the most likely time for severe storms.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-26Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Second shipment of infant formula to arrive in US, Abbott to restart plant on June 4There is now a better idea of ​​when more baby formula will appear in stores, as Abbott says it will reopen the factory amid a nationwide recall on June 4.

Statement from the Superintendent of Oxford Schools after the tragedy in TexasThe pain of the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas on Tuesday is felt across the country, especially in the community of Oxford.

Monroe County increases police presence in schools after Texas shootingThe Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said it is increasing police presence in schools after a fatal shooting at a Texas elementary school.

Michigan Senate blocks vote on gun storageMichigan Senate Republicans are facing heavy criticism over the decision to block a vote on the gun storage bills.

Weather Science: Brightmoor Flower FarmWeather Science: Brightmoor Flower Farm

Update: Approximately 50% of lead pipes have been replaced in Benton PortWith hopes of replacing all of Benton Harbor’s lead-contaminated water pipes in 18 months, crews are working faster than expected.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-25Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Stellantis, Samsung Plan Indiana electric car battery factoryA joint venture between Stellantis and Samsung plans to build an electric vehicle battery plant in Indiana that will employ up to 1,400 workers and become the company’s second such plant in North America.

Launch of the “MI Kids Back On Track” plan to extend tutoring to Michigan studentsThere’s a new plan in Michigan to catch up with students in learning after the pandemic impacted education.

Detroit incinerator to be demolished this yearThe city of Detroit’s long-despised incinerator will soon be demolished in the coming weeks, Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday.

Replacement food assistance benefits, emergency relief available for residents affected by the Gaylord area tornadoThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced that residents who were impacted by the deadly tornado last week in the Gaylord area may be eligible for replacement food assistance and food assistance. state emergency.

FEMA grants request for expedited post-tornado damage assessment to GaylordGovernor Gretchen Whitmer announced on Tuesday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency had granted a request for a joint preliminary damage assessment after a tornado hit Gaylord last week.

Craig and Johnson among 5 GOP gubernatorial candidates who would not qualify for primaryMichigan’s Office of Elections said late Monday that five Republican gubernatorial candidates, including two leading contenders, had not filed enough valid nomination signatures and were not expected to qualify for the August primary.

Stimulus advocates back investment in opioid crisis; Governor Whitmer approves $800 million for programsAdditional efforts are being made to address opioid abuse disorders in Michigan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a package of legislation this month to invest $800 million in opioid treatment, prevention and mental health.

Detroit police are looking for suspects who fired multiple shots at officers on May 21The Detroit Police Department is looking for four suspects after shots were fired at officers during a pursuit on Saturday.

First weather forecast May 24, 2022 (Today)Sunny and pleasant temperatures today! Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has your hour-by-hour forecast.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-24Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Detroit adds 4 electric buses to its fleetThe Detroit Department of Transportation launched four electric buses on Monday, as part of its commitment to green technologies and public transportation safety.

Michigan gas prices rise 19 cents ahead of Memorial DayGasoline prices in Michigan see an increase ahead of Memorial Day.

78,000 pounds of infant formula arrive in the United StatesA military plane carrying enough specialized infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived in Indianapolis on Sunday.

Nessel sends investigators to Gaylord to verify reports of price hikes after tornadoMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced Monday that she will send investigators to Gaylord to investigate reported cases of price gouging after last week’s tornado.

Justin Shilling’s family take legal action against Oxford SchoolsThe family of one of the students killed in a shooting at Oxford High School is filing a new federal lawsuit.


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