Tourism is huge business in the region and state as Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan, and Debbie Haas, Vice President of Travel at AAA Michigan and 10 other states, appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters” 11:30 am this Sunday to talk about its importance.
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Beauty On The Block: Detroit’s First Black-Owned Beauty Boutique Opens On Historic Avenue Of FashionBeauty On The Block: Detroit’s First Black-Owned Beauty Boutique Opens On Historic Avenue Of Fashion
First Forecast Weather August 8, 2020 (Today)Sunny and warmer today.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Heads Outside: Outdoor Concerts Every Sunday, WednesdayThe Detroit Symphony Orchestra is also getting ready for the season, with some outdoor music.
Dearborn Police: Suspect In Custody After Hours Long Search Near Ford Rouge PlantThe Dearborn Police Department says they have a suspect in custody wanted for an armed robbery in Garden City of a convenience store.
Whitmer's New Executive Order Requires Masks At Child-Care Centers, CampsGov. Gretchen Whitmer's new executive order requires face coverings to be worn in all child-care centers and camps.
Over 50 United Shore Mortgage Employees Test Positive For COVID-1953 employees at one Oakland County business tested positive for Covid-19 according to the Oakland County Health Department.
First Forecast Weather August 7, 2020 (Today)More sunshine today.
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Johnson & Johnson Working To Deliver Coronavirus VaccineJohnson & Johnson is also working to deliver their own coronavirus vaccine.
United Airlines Banning Masks With Holes Or OpeningsUnited Airlines is tightening its mask policy to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Rocket Companies IPO Filing: Company Becomes Public, Sells $1.8 BillionDetroit billionaire Dan Gilbert is celebrating the initial public offering for Rocket Companies.
Michigan Teachers Rally At The Capitol Against Reopening SchoolsMembers of the Michigan Caucus of Rank and File Educators say it is too dangerous to resume in person classes.
53 United Shore Employees Get Covid-19, Oakland County Calls On Company To Enforce Rules53 employees from Pontiac-based mortgage company United Shore contracted Covid-19 since late last month.
Governor Whitmer Declares Racism As Public Health Crisis In The StateOn Wednesday, Governor Whitmer announced a series of new initiatives to prevent racial inequity and discrimination in Michigan.
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Southwest Will No Longer Will Clean Arm Rest, Seatbelts Between FlightsSouthwest Airlines is rolling back some of their cleaning procedures amid the ongoing pandemic.
Clorox Supply Shortages: Disinfecting Wipes On Low Supply Because Of Material UsedThe coronavirus pandemic has wiped Clorox clean of its own supplies.
Local Non-Profit Offers In-Person, Online Tours And Educational Experiences In Detroit With New Safety MeasuresThe Detroit Experience Factory had to put their popular tours of the city of hold due to Covid-19, but now with new safety measures in place, the tours are back on.
Kathie Klages Denies Knowing Abuse, Apologizes At SentencingFormer Michigan State University Gymnastics Coach Kathie Klages denies knowing about the Larry Nasser sex abuse cases, but says if she did she would have stepped in.
Henry Ford Health Systems Starts Human Trials For Covid-19 VaccineVictor McFadden is playing a crucial role in helping scientist find a solution for Covid-19.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Wednesday morning providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19.
August Primary 2020: Michigan Election ResultsHere’s quick look at some of the big results from Tuesday.
Flying The Unfriendly Skies: Outrageous Passenger Meltdowns Caught On TapeToday, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at videos of the most outrageous airplane meltdowns that are creating media firestorms across the internet. From flight attendants lunging at travelers to disgruntled passengers screaming up and down the aisles, we examine what is setting people off on airplanes.