Michigan Matters: Impacting Health & Well-Being Across Metro RegionThree women making a difference -- Col.  Felicia L. Burks, Najah Bazzy and Ariana Kabodian – appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (8 am) to talk about the health and well-being of our region (as we take note of Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Family History Month). 
Focus: HOPE Providing Free Produce to Families Amid Rising Food CostsAs grocery prices continue to rise, thousands of Southeastern Michigan families are pinching pennies to keep the pantry full.
Steve's Soul Food Set to Re-Open, Closed for Almost Two YearsThe pandemic pushed the owner of Steve’s Soul Food to change his business model to keep the grill going.
Arts, Beats, & Eats Returns, Announces 200-Plus Music ArtistsThe Arts, Beats & Eats festival returns after a one-year COVID-19 hiatus, and organizers say to expect some big names along with great food this year.
Salvation Army Bed And Bread Program Offers Dependable Meal, ShelterThe Salvation Army's Bed and Bread Program creates a safety net for those in need throughout Metro Detroit.
Gleaners Community Food Bank Provides Free Groceries For FamiliesOver 40 pounds of fresh, frozen and dry goods are provided to families at emergency food distribution sites to make sure no one goes hungry for the holidays and throughout the year.
Residents Face Growing Need For Food As COVID-19 Pandemic ContinuesWhen a full semi-truck dropped off food Monday morning, there was already a line nearly a mile long. That was two hours before the giveaway started.
Lost Power? What To Do With Refrigerated And Frozen FoodA power outage doesn't have to cost you the food in your refrigerator or freezer. Here's how long after you lose power before food spoils.
Detroit's Top 3 Italian SpotsLooking for a sublime Italian meal near you? We crunched the numbers and searched Detroit for best Italian restaurants. Buon Appetito!
FIAT Chrysler Gives back to Food Bank Council of MichiganFIAT Chrysler has partnered with the Food Bank Council of Michigan to help address youth food insecurity from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Food Service To Children Continues Through “Stay Home, Stay Safe” OrderThe work of food provision is considered critical infrastructure, which is exempted from these prohibitions.