Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Blocking Michigan's 1931 Abortion Ban
An Oakland County Circuit judge granted a preliminary injunction that would block prosecutors from enforcing Michigan's 1931 abortion ban.
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Michigan Company To Help Produce Monkeypox Vaccine For Federal Government
A Grand Rapids company has been named to fill and finish orders of the monkeypox vaccine for use in the United States.
Warren Animal Shelter Seeking Donations After Rescuing Badly Injured Dog
A local animal shelter is asking for the community's help as they care for a badly injured dog rescued after being shot multiple times.
Suspect Leads Officers On High Speed Chase Through Genesee County
A Flint man is jailed after he allegedly led police on a chase early Thursday morning with speeds of up to 150 miles per hour.
Victim Runs Into Royal Oak Township Hotel After Being Struck By Gunfire
It was quite a scary scene for employees of a hotel in Royal Oak Township after the victim of a shooting ran into the facility early Friday morning.
Abortion Debate Heats Up: Is The Procedure Protected Under Michigan's Constitution?
If the law is enforced, abortions will be banned without exception for rape or incest.
Teen Charged In Fatal Stabbing Of Hamtramck Man
A teen is facing first-degree murder charges in the fatal stabbing of a Hamtramck man near the Belle Isle Nature Center in Detroit.
First Forecast Weather August 19, 2022 (Today)
Hot with sunshine again today. Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us how long the sunny weather will stick around. For more information go to CBSDetroit/weather.com
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First Forecast Weather August 18, 2022 (Tonight)
Clear skies and calm winds tonight. Meteorologist Karen Carter explains what's in store for us tonight and tomorrow. For more information go to CBSDetroit/weather.com
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Science of Weather: Meteotsunami
Meteotsunami is a weather-related phenomenon that happens around the world, and here in the Great Lakes. Meteorologist Kylee Miller explains more in this Science of Weather segment.
Science of Weather: Sea Life Michigan Turtles
Meteorologist Kylee Miller explores Sea Life Michigan talking about the turtles in this Science of Weather segment.
Michigan Matters: Tigers Legend Willie Horton on Career, Motor City & Overcoming COVID
Willie “the Wonder” Horton – who wore No 23 when he played for the 1968 World Champion Detroit Tigers -- appears on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” at 8 a.m this Sunday in an exclusive conversation to talk about his career, helping his beloved hometown, Mr. “I” and overcoming COVID.
Detroit Tigers Fire General Manager Al Avila After 7 Years, No Playoffs
The Detroit Tigers fired general manager Al Avila on Wednesday, ending a seven-year tenure with no playoff appearances.
LeBron James School Student Treated To VIP Access By NASCAR
James Bromsey III, a sixth-grader at James' school in Akron, Ohio, was given behind-the-scenes access before NASCAR’s race Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
University Of Michigan Names Brandon Naurato As Interim Hockey Coach After Mel Pearson's Exit
The University of Michigan promoted Brandon Naurato to interim hockey coach for one season on Sunday, two days after cutting ties with coach Mel Pearson following an investigation into the men's program.
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Metro Detroit Man Charged With Murder In Death Of Grand Blanc Teen
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Season 2 of "Secret Celebrity Renovation" Premieres Friday, July 29
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'Big Brother' Debuts Wednesday in a Special 90-Minute Live Event
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"The Challenge: USA" Brings Together Former Competitors from "Survivor," "Big Brother" & More
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75th Annual Tony Awards to be Broadcast Live on CBS, Paramount+ Sunday
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Viking Octantis Cruise Ship Kicks Off Great Lakes Expedition, Makes Stop In Detroit
Viking's new cruise ship made a stop in Detroit on Tuesday, kicking off its expedition in the Great Lakes.
Passport Applications With 'X' Gender Marker Option To Be Available Starting April 11
U.S. citizens will have the option to select "X" when identifying their gender on U.S. passport applications starting in April and on other documents, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday.
General Motors Reinstates Dividend Suspended In Pandemic
General Motors will reinstate quarterly dividend payments that were suspended during the pandemic that shut down its factories.
Gas-Powered Muscle Cars Drive Into The Sunset, Turn Electric
Thundering gas-powered muscle cars, for decades a fixture of American culture, will be closing in on their final Saturday-night cruises in the coming years as automakers begin replacing them with super-fast cars that run on batteries.
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Former Rep. Paul Mitchell, Who Left GOP Over 2020 Election, Dies At 64
Former U.S. Representative from Michigan, Paul Mitchell, has died.