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On this week's Community Connect – we honor freedom, Detroit style! as we enter this 4th of July weekend – Watch Saturday 7am on CW50.
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Michigan Matters: Theaters & Politics
Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Anthony LaVerde about Emagine Entertainment's movie theater empire and looking to a future including esports. Then Mayors Bryan Barnett, Bill Wild and GOP Strategist Suzy Avery talk about 2022 election, Supreme Court Roe V Wade decision, gun laws and Election 2022.
First Monkeypox Case Confirmed In Michigan: How To Keep Your Family Safe
More than 5,000 cases have been confirmed in countries across the globe.
Crime Without Punishment: Detroit Homicide Clearance Rates Rise as National Rates Fall
According to the FBI and the Detroit Police Department, the homicide clearance rates have risen as the national average has fallen. That's good news for Detroit, as this means the rate of homicide cases that have been solved has increased while the national rate has gone down.
Crime Behind the story: How CBS News analyzed homicide solve rates across the country
Since the start of the pandemic, homicide rates in the U.S. have jumped at alarming rates. In nearly every major city, the number of homicides after the start of 2020 are far higher than they were in previous years, reversing decades of lower homicide rates that began in the early 2000s.
Wayne County Sergeant Searches For Missing Daughter
Gabrielle Greene, 17, went missing Saturday from her home in Rochester Hills.
Here Are Ways To Save While On Vacation
The costs of just about everything is up, making it even more expensive to take the family away for a summer vacation.
First Forecast Weather June 20, 2022
Decreasing clouds and warmer temps. First Forecaster Stacey DuFord tells you what to expect for the first day of Summer.
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First Forecast Weather June 19, 2022
Mostly cloudy skies and a chance of showers. First Forecaster Stacey DuFord tells you how long the showers may stick around.
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Science of Weather: Storm Prediction Center Convective Outlooks
Before the storm strikes, you need to be prepared. Meteorologist Kylee Miller breaks down the Storm Prediction Center Convective Outlooks in this Science of Weather segment.
Science of Weather: Detroit Zoo
Our friends at the Detroit Zoo explain the importance of knowing the local daily weather forecast. Meteorologist Kylee takes us to the Detroit Zoo in this week's Science of Weather.
Red Wings Hire Lightning Assistant Derek Lalonde As Coach
The Detroit Red Wings have hired Derek Lalonde to coach their rebuilding team, hoping the two-time Stanley Cup-winning assistant can make all the right moves to make the franchise relevant again.
Tigers Hold Off Giants 3-2
Eric Haase hit a two-run homer to break a 1-all tie in the sixth inning and the Detroit Tigers held on to beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on Wednesday.
Chase Elliott Wins Long Race At Nashville
Chase Elliott salvaged a crummy day for Hendrick Motorsports and interrupted a potential Toyota rout by winning the rain-drenched race at Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday night.
Jerami Grant To Be Traded To Portland By Detroit
A person with knowledge of the situation said the Detroit Pistons have agreed to trade Olympic gold medalist Jerami Grant to the Portland Trail Blazers, with the biggest part of the return being a first-round pick in 2025.
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75th Annual Tony Awards to be Broadcast Live on CBS, Paramount+ Sunday
THE 75th ANNUAL TONY AWARDS® comes to the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, June 12, celebrating live theater in a four-hour television and streaming event that will be broadcast live coast to coast for the first time.
CBS Unveils 2022-2023 Primetime Lineup
CBS's fall lineup includes new shows such starring Marcia Gay Harden, Amanda Warren and Max Theriot.
Wilmer Valderrama On 'NCIS': Nick Torres 'Will Never Be The Same'
Wilmer Valderrama shares what fans can expect from a new episode of "NCIS" on CBS Monday night and how his daughter changed the way he looks at his career.
Hondo Goes On The Run After He's Framed For Murder, On The 100th Episode of “S.W.A.T.,” Sunday, April 10
When body cam footage left at a local news station seems to show Hondo shooting two police officers, he is forced to go on the run while the team works to clear his name, on the 100th episode of the CBS Original series S.W.A.T., Sunday, April 10 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.
New CBS Series 'How We Roll' Premieres on March 31
Sheldon lets a girl hide in his dorm, on the 100th episode of 'Young Sheldon,' Thursday, March 31
Sheldon gets an odd request from an old friend, Paige (McKenna Grace).
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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.
Chip Shortage Leaves 95K GM Vehicles Unfinished In Storage
The Detroit automaker said in a regulatory filing Friday that most of the incomplete vehicles were built in June, and that it expects most of them to be finished and sold to dealers before the end of the year.
Michigan Can't Shield GM Tax Credit, State Supreme Court Says
The state must release details about a tax credit granted to General Motors, the Michigan Supreme Court said Wednesday in a dispute over public access to information.
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'Amityville Horror' Convicted Killer Ronald DeFeo, Dies In Prison
DeFeo, 69, died Friday at Albany Medical Center, where he was taken Feb. 2 from a prison in New York's Catskill Mountains, the state Department of Corrections and Community Services said.