CBS 62 delivers weather and traffic information to Detroiters throughout the week.
CBS 62′s First Forecast at 11 provides a complete weather almanac and forecast each night following the top rated CBS prime time lineup. Once the two-and-a-half minute forecast is complete Monday through Friday, CBS 62 will begin its popular syndicated program “Two and a Half Men” which will be followed by “Late Night with David Letterman” at 11:35 p.m.
CBS 62’s Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus will be stopping by the Roush Automotive Collection’s second Open House event tonight, Thursday, June 13. The open house event, which will take place from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at the Roush Automotive Collection in Livonia, includes a whole night of fun.
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, musician Ty Stone and CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus share a common sentiment to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus captured this stunning series of images from the broadcast tower located at the Southfield studio on 11 Mile around 9:45 p.m.
Thousands of fans descended on downtown Detroit for 97.1 The Ticket’s Opening Day Block Party in celebration of the Detroit Tigers home opener vs. the New York Yankees.
CBS 62′s Chief Meteorologist Jim “Mad Dog” Madaus hits the hardwood for the “March Madaus” First Forecast commercial shoot and hits a great shot.
Grand Rapids Lip Dub creators Jeff Barrett and Rob Bliss stopped by the CBS 62 studio in Southfield to get a segment of CBS 62′s Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus singing for their newest viral video project.
Change is in the air at The Whitney, Detroit’s iconic restaurant in a Woodward Avenue mansion. Lots of change, in fact.
Noticed a new face on CBS 62′s First Forecast show? Karen Carter is the new weather anchor for First Forecast Weekends.
First Forecast: You Ask, We Answer is a half-hour special designed to help you prepare for the spring season and learn about severe weather. Chat live with the First Forecast team at CBSDetroit.com during the broadcast.
You don’t normally associate Shakespeare with prison, but that is exactly what’s happening in Ypsilanti at the maximum security Huron Valley Women’s Correctional Complex.