It's Thursday, December 12. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: the House Judiciary Committee debated articles of impeachment against President Trump, Jersey City's mayor called Tuesday's shooting a "hate crime," and the best U.S. cities for celebrating New Year's Eve.

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First Forecast Weather January 17, 2020 (Tonight)A winter mess moves in tonight!
First Forecast Weather January 17, 2020 (Today)Winter Storm Watch goes into effect tonight.
Eye On Detroit - The Detroit Writing RoomOpened in June 2019, The Detroit Writing Room is a cozy co-working space in the heart of Detroit for people to work, write and create. While the business community is thriving in Detroit, so is the literary and arts community. The Detroit Writing Room offers a space for entrepreneurs and creatives to benefit from each other’s talents and develop relationships that further uplift the city during this renaissance.
First Forecast Weather January 17, 2020 (This Morning)Some sun to start the day before snow moves in tonight.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 1/17/20Family Feud Question of the Day
First Forecast Weather January 17, 2020 (Overnight)Mostly clear and cold overnight.
Eye on the Day for Wednesday January 16, 2020EYE ON THE DAY: new information about President Trump's Ukraine dealings, what was said in the tense moments between Sen. Warren and Sen. Sanders, and Spotify's animal-friendly playlists. Do you play music for your pets?
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Eye On Detroit - Sound Mind Sound BodyIn 2004, the Sound Mind Sound Body (SMSB) Football Academy was created to increase the number football student-athletes graduating high school and earning college scholarships in the Metro Detroit community. During this time a significant number of under-served students were not obtaining scholarships due to various factors including but not limited to: lack of exposure, poor grades and bad character. Sound Mind Sound Body developed a unique curriculum that combined academics, athletics and life skills. The SMSB curriculum would be delivered by national instructors, motivational speakers, college and NFL coaches along with community mentors. This formula would make Sound Mind Sound Body the top Football academy in America! Since 2004, over 13,000 students have become SMSB certified. Over 10,000 of these students have graduated high school while 1,000 SMSB certified student-athletes have earned college scholarships. In 2007, the program expanded to Washington D.C. along with Tulsa, Oklahoma and Tampa, Florida. In 2016 the program will be held in six cities- Detroit, Washington D.C., Tampa, Houston, Atlanta and Los Angeles.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 1/15/20Family Feud Question of the Day
Clement “FAME” Brown - Fashion Designer Second Entrepreneur Featured for In Good Co. DetroitBrown joined Lisa Germani on COMMUNITY CONNECT to talk about how he got started as an entrepreneur and what he hopes to bring to Detroit fashion.
Diseños Ornamental Iron - First Featured Entrepreneur for In Good Co. DetroitLongordo is on COMMUNITY CONNECT this Saturday, with Host Lisa Germani, to discuss her career in Ironwork and what it was like being featured on In Good Co. Detroit.
In Good Co. Detroit - Storyteller Uses Podcasts to Highlight Detroit EntrepreneursShannon Cason, Storyteller for In Good Co. Detroit, hosts a podcast that shares the stories of local entrepreneurs. Cason joins COMMUNITY CONNECT Host Lisa Germani on Saturday morning to discuss why he got involved and what lead him to help share the stories.
New Economy Initiative - Building an Inclusive Regional Network for EntrepreneursPam Lewis, Director of New Economy Initiative, joined COMMUNITY CONNECT Host Lisa Germani on set to discuss the organizations new storytelling campaign, In Good Co. Detroit.
Community Connect: In Good Co. DetroitOn this week's “Community Connect,” Lisa Germani talks about In Good Co. Detroit, a living platform that is helping to share the stories of local Detroit entrepreneurs.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 1/14/20Family Feud Question of the Day
Most Employees Admit to Going To Work SickIt's that time of year when going to work can come with a health risk. A survey from staffing firm Accountemps found 90% of professional employees admit they sometimes go to the office sick.
Shopping Addiction Has Ruined Shanna's Family, Can Mel Robbins Help?Shanna's shopping addiction is ruining her family. Today, Mel sits down with psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to explain how to deal with a shopping addiction. To learn more about Mel and The #MelRobbinsShow head to #ChangeIsInSight
Family Feud Question of the Day - 1/13/20Family Feud Question of the Day
Michigan Matters: MDOT and RoadsMichigan Matters Host Carol Cain talks with MDOT Director Paul Ajegba about the state’s infrastructure issues and what's being done to fix them.
Family Feud, Can A Friendship SurviveCan their friendship survive the ultimate betrayal? Find out on today’s The #MelRobbinsShow! To learn more about Mel and the show, head to #ChangeIsInSight
Eye On Detroit - Detroit Moblle LibraryTwo days a week, the Mobile Library will continue its visits to schools, including ones that have lost full-service libraries due to budget cuts. For some kids, it’s their first exposure to the public library, and schools are allowed to keep rotating collections of 25 books on loan.
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Panda twins playingBEAR-Y CUTE: Twin pandas Meng Xiang and Meng Yuan played around on a bench at the Berlin Zoo on Tuesday. The zoo said the 4-month-old cubs' first public outing is set for the end of this month or beginning of February, once they can follow their mom safely.

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