It's Wednesday, November 13. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: today marks the first public congressional impeachment hearing into President Trump, cold weather is gripping the country and a survey looks at the pressure to spend on holiday gifts.

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Company Makes Air Filter For Indoor Spaces To Fight Contaminants Like Covid-19With the prospect of kids returning to in-person classes worrying many parents, one company is trying to fight Covid-19 in the air.
First Day Of Summer School Met With Resistance In DetroitDozens of Detroit Public Schools Community District Students missed the first day of summer school because of protesters blocking the gates of the westside school bus terminal on Greenfield Road, to rally against in-person learning.
Advocates Tell Renters To Seek Legal Advice As Moratorium On Evictions Ends This WeekIf you are behind in the rent, now would be a good time to get legal advice. In an article by the Detroit Free Press, the moratorium on evictions by Governor Whitmer is set to expire this Thursday.
Organizers Demand Detroit City Council Members Drop Charges Against ProtestersAlthough protests have continued daily in Detroit, things seemed to slow down a bit. But after a police-involved shooting last week in the city, demonstrators are once again hitting the streets.
Police Seek Suspect Wanted In Connection To Fatal Shooting On Detroit's West SidePolice Seek Suspect Wanted In Connection To Fatal Shooting On Detroit's West Side
First Forecast Weather July 13, 2020 (Tonight)Comfortable temperatures this evening.
Graphic Video Of Man Firing At Police Before Fatal Shooting Released By DPDGraphic Video Of Man Firing At Police Before Fatal Shooting Released By DPD
A Few Overlooked Essential Workers in Detroit Were Given Much Needed RecognitionA couple of Non-profits in Detroit surprised some essential workers, that are often overlooked, grocery store employees were recognized for their hard work during the pandemic.
Eye on the Day for Friday, July 10, 2020EYE ON THE DAY: Record COVID-19 death tolls in some states, the search for a missing actress continues, and the Big Ten goes conference-only for the fall. Do you think the plan will work?
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Demonstrators Rallied Outside Of Lakeside Academy Where 16-Year-Old Cornelius Fredericks DiedDemonstrators rallied outside of lakeside academy where 16-year-old Cornelius Fredericks died.
Detroit Tigers Team Members Test Positive For Covid-19Several Detroit Tigers team members have tested positive for Covid-19.
United Airlines: 36,000 Employees Could Face LayoffsUnited Airlines sent a warning to its employees, more than a third could be furloughed later this year.
Unemployment Update: 34,470 Jobless Claims Filed In Michigan Last WeekAnother 1.3 million people filed for unemployment last week.
Federal Judge Dismisses General Motors' Racketeering LawsuitGM filed the lawsuit last November, accusing Fiat of participating in a bribing scandal involving the United Auto Workers.
Lewd Photos, Revenge Porn And The End Of PrivacyToday, heartbreaking horror stories from people who were betrayed by exes that posted their intimate photos and videos online as weapons of revenge. Dr. Oz speaks to multiple women, including YouTube star Chrissy Chambers, about their experiences and how they put the pieces of their lives back together.
Eye on the Day for Thursday, July 9, 2020EYE ON THE DAY: COVID-19 continues surging in the South, the White House talks schools reopening, and a poll says people will be spending less money post-pandemic. What are some changes you’ll make?
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Retail Stores Are Asking For Clear Mask Requirements Across StatesSome consumers refuse to wear them and even get angry when asked to do so.
Extreme Heat, Old Infrastructure Has Caused Over 80 Water Main Breaks In DetroitHot days and an old infrastructure is to blame for the water main breaks.
Suspect In Murder-Suicide That Killed A City Worker Accused In Separate HomicideQuentin Degreaffenried’s family is mourning his sudden death.
The Truth About Your Chicken: The Most Surprising Things We FoundEach American consumes roughly 92 pounds of chicken per year, but headlines about a new phenomenon called “woody breast” have home cooks everywhere concerned.  Today, Dr. Oz assembles a team of poultry experts to answer all your questions in our most comprehensive chicken investigation yet.
Belgian Laekenois is Newest Breed Recognized by the AKCMeet the Belgian Laekenois. As of July 1, it’s the newest breed recognized by the American Kennel Club. There are now 196 AKC-recognized breeds.
Tough As Nails Premieres Wednesday Night With HostTough As Nails is a new reality competition series on CBS that celebrates hard-working Americans. Amazing Race fans … Phil Keoghan is the creator, executive producer & host!

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