First weather forecast May 4, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit


First weather forecast May 4, 2022 (Today)Dry conditions as clouds recede today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us how long we can expect to see sunshine.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-4Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Summer camp costs set to rise 15% this year, experts sayExperts say you can expect to pay up to 15% more, with a lot to do with inflation and on-site COVID safety protocols. But it is also due to supply and demand.

Planet Fitness offers teens free access to the summer gymPlanet Fitness announced on Monday that it is offering teens free access to its facilities this summer.

Study ranks Michigan 38th in US for nursesAccording to the WalletHub study, Michigan is followed by Indiana and Kentucky respectively, with Oklahoma being the lowest. Washington State, Maine and New Mexico are ranked in the top three.

1931 law bans abortion in Michigan, AG says she won’t defend itMichigan currently has a 1931 books law that prohibits abortions, a law that was eclipsed by the 1973 federal ruling.

Weather Science: Hurricane Preparedness WeekWeather Science: Hurricane Preparedness Week

Michigan’s oldest resident Irene Dunham dies at 114The Gerontology Research Group had ranked Irene Dunham as the 10th oldest living person in the world and the third oldest in the United States, as of April 24.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-3Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Detroit officials to pay tribute to Vincent Chin, a Chinese man beaten to death in 1982The Vincent Chin murder case is still making headlines four decades after his death.

Belle Isle Conservancy celebrates Japanese culture with the annual Koi FestivalPaying homage to Japanese culture, the Belle Isle Aquarium celebrated its collection of koi fish at its annual Koi Festival.

CNS Healthcare launches “Plant Your Flag” event and encourages the community to post mental health awareness signsCNS Healthcare will celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month 2022 with its annual “Plant Your Flag” campaign to show that mental health matters to our community

Michigan State University opens facility for rare isotope beams May 2Michigan State University hosted the grand opening and grand opening of its new state-of-the-art facility for rare isotope beams.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 5-2Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Matters: Rocket Mortgage Sports and Huntington PlaceLead Producer/Host Carol Cain chats with Casey Hurbis, CMO, about Rocket Mortgage sponsorships – Super Bowl, MLB, PGA at DGC. Then Lisa Canada (president-DRCFA), Karen Totaro (GM-Huntington Place); Becky Bixby (Asst GM-Huntington Place) – talks about being the first female-run convention center.

A decade of DETROIT x DETROITAfter a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, Detroit by Detroit is back in action (and in person!) on April 30, 2022, at the Loving Touch in Ferndale.

Rock ‘N’ Rides Festival returns to Royal Oak in JuneRock ‘N’ Rides returns to downtown Royal Oak for its third annual year.

Whistleblower told FDA about infant formula factory months before recallWhat happened at the Abbott Nutrition factory in Sturgis, Michigan?

Lions trade to take Williams after taking Hutchinson to No. 2Aidan Hutchinson surprised his mom with a gift on draft day, and then the Detroit Lions got her wish.

MSP Sends Patrick Lyoya Shooting Inquiry Findings to Kent County ProsecutorMichigan State Police detectives have presented their findings in the fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya by Grand Rapids police.

Community Connection Segments – Elton Monroy DuranOn this week’s Community Connect – We’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo, and the culture and history of Detroit’s Mexicantown neighborhood – Watch Saturdays at 7 a.m. on CW50.


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