For the first time in decades, Democrats are in the majority on the Board of Commissioners in Michigan’s second-largest county. Matt Yurus reports.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 6/17/19Here’s today’s Family Feud Question of the Day.
First Forecast Overnight- Sunday June 16, 2019Mostly cloudy, cool overnight
Michigan Matters: Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club SportsOn this week's Michigan Matters, Carol Cain hosted a panel of prominent figures in Detroit sports. Join Carol Cain, Rod Wood, Denise Ilitch, and Bud Denker for the Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club.
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Street Beat: Father's DayOn this week’s “Street Beat” host April Moss learns what is needed to be a dad from a couple of organizations helping to strengthen the Detroit dad community.
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Rocket Mortgage Classic Press ConferenceThe press conference the 2019 Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.
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First Forecast Overnight- Sunday June 9, 2019Showers and Isolated storms continue overnight; wet start to our work week
First Forecast Tonight- Sunday June 9, 2019Showers and Isolated T-Storms Tonight
Michigan Matters: 2019 Mackinac Policy ConferenceGov. Gretchen Whitmer took time out during the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference to open doors to the Governor’s Summer Residence for an exclusive tour as the CBS 62 “Michigan Matters” crew captured it for viewers.
Street Beat: DiversityOn this week’s Street Beat, Amyre Makupson takes us on a journey as we learn about diversity and inclusion from organizations in the metro Detroit area.
Survivor Casting Call in Metro DetroitOver 700 people came out to the Survivor Casting Call at Value City Furniture in Novi.
Detroit Police Are Looking For A Possible Serial Killer, RapistDetroit police chief James Craig along with city officials have announced they believe a serial killer and rapist is on the loose on the city’s east side. Matt Yurus reports.
Mobile Devices Of Ex-Governor Snyder, Other Michigan Officials Seized In Flint Water ProbeAuthorities investigating Flint’s water crisis have used search warrants to seize from storage the state-owned mobile devices of former Gov. Rick Snyder and 65 other current or former officials, The Associated Press has learned. Curtis Silva reports.
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Michigan Matters: Education in MichiganEducation was front and center on the Michigan Matters round table as Tonya Allen, David Nicholson, and Charlie Beckham appeared with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about how to improve things in schools across the region.
Street Beat: TransportationOn this week's Street Beat, Amyre Makeupson talks to various organizations around Detroit to bring us up to speed on transportation and the state of our roads this summer.
Michigan Matters Promo: Education in MichiganEducation was front and center on the Michigan Matters round table as Tonya Allen, David Nicholson, and Charlie Beckham appeared with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about how to improve things in schools across the region.
Street Beat: Exclusive with Kirk GibsonThis week on Street Beat, Lisa Germani sits down for an exclusive interview with the legendary Detroit Tigers Baseball Player Kirk Gibson to discuss his career highlights, legacy and new battle with Parkinson's disease.
Michigan Matters: Mental Health Awareness MonthCarol Cain sits with Kevin Fischer, CEO of the Michigan Chapter of NAMI and Willie Brooks, President & CEO of DWMHA as they discuss importance of mental health during Mental Health month.
First Forecast Today- Sunday May 26, 2019Chances for showers and storms, cooler temps across Metro Detroit
First Forecast This Morning- Sunday May 26, 2019Chances for showers/storms with cooler temps today
First Forecast Tonight- Saturday May 25, 2019Chances for showers and storms before 9 pm, then dry overnight
Eye On Detroit - Candice TarterCandice Tarter was only 16 when rheumatic fever led to serious heart issues, and four open-heart surgeries over the next 12 years. It was a devastating blow. Tarter had dreamed of taking her high school basketball talent to the college level, and several schools had been actively pursuing her. And although her life took an unexpected path, today Tarter is living another dream. The strong, determined 28-year-old woman is a teacher at Detroit’s Marion Law Academy, where she encourages her 5th-grade students to be responsible for their own actions, education and life — lessons she herself has learned the hard way.
3 Handwritten Wills Found In Aretha Franklin’s HomeThree handwritten wills have been found in the suburban Detroit home of Aretha Franklin, months after the death of the “Queen of Soul,” including one that was discovered under cushions in the living room, a lawyer said Monday. Gilma Avalos reports.