First weather forecast May 30, 2022 (tonight) – CBS Detroit


First weather forecast May 30, 2022 (Tonight)Warm tonight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter predicts warmer temperatures.

First forecast May 30, 2022_TodayWarm temperatures for Memorial Day. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the weather forecast.

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

First forecast May 29, 2022_TonightWarm temperatures for Memorial Day. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the weather forecast.

Michigan Matters: AmbassadorsLead Producer/Host Carol Cain interviews John Rakolta Jr. of Walbridge and David T. Fisher of Suburban Collections, each named US Amb. (Morocco and United Arab Emirates) on their role in the Abraham Accords. Next, the panel discussion with Rob Davidek of WWJ News Radio, Glenn Stevens of the Detroit Regional Chamber, and Chris Holman of the Michigan Business Network discuss the issues affecting our region, how chip and product shortages affect us , how the state stacks up and overview of Mackinac Conference.

First forecast May 29, 2022_TodayNice weather today! Meteorologist Kylee Miller has your weather forecast.

First forecast May 28, 2022_TonightStay balmy tonight as temperatures drop to near 60 degrees. What does the rest of the holiday weekend look like? Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the forecast below.

Community Connection Segments – Connections AcademyIn this week’s Community Connect, mental health matters at every stage of our lives, from childhood to adulthood. We sit down with three professionals who are focused on improving the mental health of athletes, students, and anyone seeking the help they need.

Michigan announces $1.5 million tuition giveaway, 100 kids will get $15,000Michigan is launching a $1.5 million tuition giveaway in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Michigan Education Trust (MET), Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday.

City of Dearborn holds emergency infant formula distribution eventThe city of Dearborn, Mich., held an emergency infant formula distribution event on Friday.

Here are some Memorial Day events happening in Metro DetroitMemorial Day is a time to honor and remember those who served and sacrificed their lives for others in the United States.

AAA offers “Tow To Go” program over Memorial Day weekendAs the Michiganders hit the road for Memorial Day, AAA is making sure the roads are safe by bringing back their free “Tow To Go” program for those who may have had a little too much to drink.

Vacation Travel and Gas: What to Expect at the PumpsVacation travel is on the rise this year, according to a survey by

Traffic jam and cozy downtown Detroit destroyed by fireA popular restaurant in downtown Detroit caught fire early Friday morning.

City of Dearborn holds emergency infant formula distribution eventDearborn Mayor Abdullah Hammoud said they are providing formula milk to as many families as possible. He said they weren’t trying not to solve the formula shortage, but hopefully helping in the short term.

First weather forecast May 27, 2022 (Today)The rain continues today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us when the rain will finally stop! For more information, visit cbsdetroit/

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-27Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Petco donates $90,000 to Michigan HumaneMichigan Humane gets big investment from Petco Love. The $90,000 investment is part of a nationwide investment by the nonprofit organization to create a future in which no pets are needlessly euthanized.

Whitmer signs executive directive on abortion and reproductive healthGovernor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive directive ordering state departments and agencies not to cooperate with or assist authorities in an investigation of abortions and must identify opportunities to increase reproductive rights protections.

Michigan Legislature pushes to suspend gas taxRepublican and Democratic senators in Michigan are advancing with bills that could put a pause on the gas tax.

Michigan GOP Governor Hopefuls Off Ballot, Court Fight NextTwo of the leading GOP contenders for the Michigan gubernatorial nomination have said they will ask the courts to intervene after they were ruled ineligible for the August primary on Thursday, reshaping the race to challenge Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer in the state of the battlefield this fall.


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