First Forecast February 12, 2016 (Today)First Forecast February 12, 2016 (Today)
First Forecast February 12, 2016 (This Morning)First Forecast February 12, 2016 (This Morning)
First Forecast February 12, 2016 (Overnight)First Forecast February 12, 2016 (Overnight)
First Forecast February 11, 2016 (Tonight)First Forecast February 11, 2016 (Tonight)
Valenti and Foster - New Lions Catch PhrasesThe Lions are planning a new marketing strategy with a new catch phrase. Here's some of Mike and Terry's contributions.
First Forecast February 11, 2016 (Today)First Forecast February 11, 2016 (Today)
Dylan Larkin talks about the video of him as a 13-year-oldWhat does Larkin think of the video?
Car Theft Suspects Caught On CameraPolice in Waterford are hoping the public can identify these suspects.
Eye on Detroit - Liberator RestorationA Liberator used in WWII being restored at the Yankee Air Museum
Valenti and Foster - Super Bowl Halftime ReviewMike and Terry discuss Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, and Beyonce's performances.
Street Beat: Detroit Rape Kits TestedHost Lisa Germani talks with Kim Trent of the African American 490 Challenge of Enough SAID and Darci Mc Connell of Mc Connell Communications about the thousands of untested rape kits found in a Detroit Police Department storage unit. They will discuss how they’re working with Prosecutor Kim Worthy to get the rape kits tested. Then, jazz saxophonist, Randy Scott and S.K.I.P. (Saving Kids of Incarcerated Parents), Kimberly Trueheart talks about Randy’s Pre-Valentine’s Day fundraiser concert.
Michigan Matters: Michigan Small Business GrowthThe world is getting smaller as in small business. There are more small businesses in Michigan than ever before. Carol welcomes Ed Deeb, founder of the Michigan Business & Professional Association, Carol Kirkland, president of the National Association of Women Business Owners-Greater Detroit Chapter and Chris Holman, CEO of Michigan Business Network for a fascinating look at small businesses in Michigan.
Valenti and Foster - 'Wing-Gate 2016'Bone in wings or boneless? How hot is too hot? Watch Mike, Terry, and Wojo debate the big game's most popular snack!
Eye on Detroit - Detroit SewnDetroit Sewn™ was born to fill a hole in Southeastern Michigan’s fashion industry – a lack of full-service cut and sew manufacturing. The company is owned by the founder and president of Detroit Garment Group, Karen Buscemi, who understands what it takes to build a strong fashion industry in Michigan. In fact, Detroit Garment Group, in cooperation with the city of Detroit, the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation and Midtown Detroit Inc., is building a garment district in Detroit.