Detroit Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of City’s EMS, Honors Workers
City leaders honored Detroit’s EMS members during a celebration of the entity’s 50th anniversary.
5 hours ago
Bank Of America Report Shows A Competitive Homebuying Season
According to the report, 65% of potential buyers are ready to make offers within three days of viewing a home.
As COVID Cases Rise In SE Michigan, City Of Detroit Now Offers Test To Treat Program
CDC reporting high COVID cases in SE Michigan. As a way to curve cases the City of Detroit now offering Test to Treat Program
Michigan Matters: Motor City's Italian Connection Grows!
A conversation with Allegria Baistrocchi, Consulate of Italy in Detroit, who is shepherding two way economic bridges between Italy & Michigan. Then Franco Bianchi, president/CEO of Haworth Int. is knighted by Italy for his efforts. He talks about the Michigan based furniture maker. And Roberto Palomba, internationally known Italian designer/architect, talks about his efforts to expand in Detroit.
Canine Advocacy Program Helps Children Through Testimonies, Court Appearances
CARE House of Oakland County is the first organization of its kind in Michigan, supporting children with trauma through Canine Advocates.
Henry Ford Health Unveils 'Recharge Rooms' For Nurses Wellbeing
Henry Ford Health unveiled four innovative Recharge Rooms where team members can relax and reset at their main campus.
Law Enforcement To Search Lenox Township Landfill For Zion Foster's Remains
Multiple law enforcement and other agencies come together in search of missing Eastpointe teen Zion Foster remains.
First Forecast Weather May 16, 2022 (Tonight)
Dry conditions tonight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has your hour-by-hour forecast. CBSDetroit.com/weather.
9 hours ago
First Forecast May 16, 2022 (Today)
Welcome to Monday! A rainy start to the workweek. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has your 7-Day forecast. CBSDetroit.com/weather.
21 hours ago
Science of Weather: Hurricane Preparedness Week
This week, May 1-7, 2022, is hurricane preparedness week, and even though we don’t get directly impacted by hurricanes in Michigan, there are still things you need to know.
Science of Weather: Underwater Gliders
Observation systems in the Great Lakes generate information about weather, water conditions, ecosystems, nutrients, and more. Meteorologist Kylee Miller spoke with Russ Miller, University of Michigan Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research (CIGLR), about getting Gliders, an advanced instrument, ready to go out in the Great Lakes to collect samples.
Skubal Strikes Out 11 As Tigers Top Orioles
Miguel Cabrera blasted his 505th career home run, Tarik Skubal equaled his career-high with 11 strikeouts, and the Detroit Tigers completed their first series sweep this season by defeating the Baltimore Orioles 5-1 on Sunday.
Kurt Busch To Victory Lane At Kansas
Kurt Busch was slowly driving his Jordan Brand-styled ride toward victory lane at Kansas Speedway on Sunday when car owner Denny Hamlin stopped him in his tracks, ducked his head through the window, and said: "We did it."
Detroit Tigers, Karmanos Team Up To Honor Survivors & Pink Out The Park
During the Tiger's game fans will have the opportunity to engage in several events, while breast cancer survivors will be honored on the field.
A's Pound Tigers 9-0
Zach Logue pitched seven sharp innings in his second major league start and the Oakland Athletics spoiled the debut of Joey Wentz by thumping the floundering Detroit Tigers 9-0 on Wednesday night.
Latest Entertainment News From ViacomCBS
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).
Simon & Schuster announces AuthorFest event with Nelson DeMille and Janet Evanovich
The second annual event will provide live author programming to communities and readers in the U.S. and Canada.
First Group of Grammy Performers Announced
The Recording Academy® has announced the first group of artists to perform at this year’s 64TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS®.
Eye on the Future
Eye on Detroit
Autos & More
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.
Ford, GM, Stellantis Reinstate Masks At Facilities In Areas With 'High' COVID Risk
Detroit's Big Three automakers -- Ford, General Motors and Stellantis -- are reinstating their company mask mandates in counties where there is a high COVID level.
Tesla, Twitter Shares Drop As Elon Musk's Legal Issues Grow
Shares of Tesla and Twitter have tumbled this week as investors deal with the fallout and potential legal issues surrounding Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his $44 billion bid to buy the social media platform.
CBS Overnight News
View All Programs
CBS Overnight News
View All Programs
Wide Open West
WOW Completes Redford Township Construction
WOW Internet, Cable and Phone announced Wednesday that it has completed installation of its fiber optic cable network in parts of Redford Township.
Judge: No Cable TV Part Of Shooting Probation
A Michigan man who authorities say fired a gunshot near a cable television worker who was disconnecting his service due to an unpaid bill will be without cable TV for a while.