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Pistons "One-On-One"Get your first look at the Detroit Pistons interactive game
Valenti and Foster - Are you convinced the Lions will make the playoffs?Did the Lions convince you they are playoff bound?
Street Beat: Helping Charities This HolidayThis week on Street Beat, host April Moss finds out how viewers can help charities during the holiday season. First, Major Russ Sjögren of the Salvation Army Eastern Michigan Division talks about their Red Kettle Campaign and the Celebrity Bell Ringer program that April will participate in. Then Sr. Janice Brown of the Dominican Literacy Center and Rochelle Riley, Detroit Free Press Columnist and the host of their Every December Fundraiser, discuss the literacy programs and the upcoming Every December fundraiser Riley hosts. Then Karan Bates-Gassior, the Development Director of Turning Point of Macomb, explains her organization and its Cheering for Charity fundraiser. Finally Judy Vindici, Director of Philanthropy for the Arbor Hospice Foundation, and Alison Wagner, Director of Volunteer Services and Complementary Therapies of Arbor Hospice, discuss the Hospice and its unique remembrance fundraiser.
3 Wanted For Vehicle Break-InPolice need help to ID the three people seen in this security camera video.
Michigan Matters: Diversifying The State's EconomyThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain talks to Steve Arwood, the CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation about diversifying Michigan’s economy. Then the Roundtable of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Ilitch Enterprises CEO Denise Ilitch, and Charlie Beckham, the Group Executive of Neighborhoods, City of Detroit; discuss the latest on the presidential outcome, the Michigan re-count and more.
Farmington Doctor Accused Of Touching, Kissing Teen Patient; Audio ExcerptDr. Eliezer Monge, a physician with an office in downtown Farmington, has been charged with assault and battery after allegedly having inappropriate and unwanted contact with a female patient, Farmington Public Safety officials said in a statement Monday morning.