If you can’t get enough of me on “First Forecast Mornings” (from 5 am to 7 am on WWJ-TV and 7 am to 9 am on CW 50), well then you are in luck! Starting […]
The Troy Public Library has been given a reprieve and will not be closing on May 1st after all.
The organizers of the Green Living Festival hope that participants will do more than “Shop, Learn & Celebrate” at their three-day event in downtown Rochester starting May 13.
A tense 12-hour standoff ended early Friday on Detroit’s westside with the help of community involvement.
CBS 62′s Eye on the Future special presentation focusing on what’s ahead for autos, businesses, educators and our communities as massive changes sweep through the state. Watch the full show online.
Michigan State Police say arraignments will likely take place Sunday for three suspects jailed in connection with a deadly stabbing in Yale.
President Barack Obama has announced $10 billion in trade deals with India that are expected to help pay for 54,000 U.S. jobs. He’s also unveiling new export rules to make it easier for U.S. companies […]
An audit on finances at Community Central Bank, where a bank executive was last seen alive in September, shows no missing money. The audit was conducted after the body of David Widlak was found in […]
WWJ-TV is proud to announce a three-part series that examines one of the most vital aspects of Michigan’s economy and future. “Building Bridges: From the Great Lakes to the Great Wall” is a WWJ-TV exclusive. […]
WWJ’s Bill Stevens with a story about a dedicated volunteer with the “Walk to Cure Diabetes” campaign.