Sound the Siren event to Extinguish Human Trafficking in Southeastern Michigan.
First Forecast Weather June 30, 2022Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Detroit Announces City's First Income-Based Water Affordability PlanThe city of Detroit and the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department launched the city's first income-based water affordability plan, officials announced Tuesday.
Michigan Supreme Court Says Indictments Invalid In Flint Water ScandalA judge had no authority to issue indictments in the Flint water scandal, the Michigan Supreme Court said Tuesday, wiping out charges against former Gov. Rick Snyder, his health director and seven other people.
City Of Detroit Secures $12.1 Million To Support 6 Affordable Housing ProjectsNearly 500 units of affordable housing are in development in Detroit thanks to additional funding.
Wayne County Sergeant Searches For Missing DaughterGabrielle Greene, 17, went missing Saturday from her home in Rochester Hills.
First Forecast Weather June 29, 2022 (Tonight)Mild temperatures tonight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us how hot its going to get tomorrow! CBSDetroit.com/weather
Crime Without Punishment - Detroit Homicide Clearance RateDetroit Police Department's clearance rate increased to 42.4% in 2020 compared to the previous 5 years, FBI data reveals.
First Forecast Weather June 29, 2022Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Biden Announces Nearly $3 Billion To Address Food ShortagesLeaders of G7 countries are ear-marking up to $5 billion in funds to help address global food insecurity.
Whitmer Asks Michigan Supreme Court To End 'Confusion' Of Abortion Ban In StateMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is again urging the state Supreme Court to consider her lawsuit on abortion rights, citing confusion among county prosecutors and medical providers on the current status of abortion in the state.
The Council Of Baptist Pastors Of Detroit And Vicinity Celebrate Its Year-Long 'Take The Shot' InitiativeThe Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit and Vicinity, under the leadership of Rev Dr. Steve Bland Jr., is celebrating its year-long "Take the Shot" initiative, which was aimed at increasing the number of individuals receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Metro Detroit.
City Of Detroit Offering COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments For Children 6 Months & OlderCOVID-19 vaccine appointments will now be offered for children six months and older in Detroit, the city announced Tuesday.
Ways To Save While On VacationThe costs of just about everything is up, making it even more expensive to take the family away for a summer vacation.
Science of Weather: Storm Prediction Center Convective OutlooksScience of Weather: Storm Prediction Center Convective Outlooks
The State Of Teacher Pay: Michigan Ranks 41st In Nation For Average Starting SalaryRight now, schools across Michigan are working to fill open teaching positions in time for the start of the school year, and pay is a main factor in attracting teachers to fill those positions.
First Forecast Weather June 28, 2022Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Tony Hawk Stops In Detroit For Grand Opening Of Chandler Park SkateparkThe City of Detroit celebrated the grand opening of the new Chandler Park Skatepark with the help of legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk.
Detroit Police Department To Hold Abandoned Vehicle Auctions Beginning June 28The Detroit Police Department will be auctioning off dozens of cars, trucks and motorcycles across the city.
Michigan Gas Prices Down 11 Cents From Last Week Ahead Of July 4th WeekendMichigan's average gas price is trending downward, dropping by 11 cents ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
James, Jennifer Crumbley Denied Request To Change Venue For Oxford School Shooting TrialAn Oakland County judge is keeping James and Jennifer Crumbley's trial in the county. The couple has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in the deadly Oxford High School shooting, in which their son, Ethan Crumbley, is accused of being the shooter.
Ballot Initiative Proposes To Protect Abortions In MichiganOrganizers have until July 11 to get the issue on the ballot.
First Forecast Weather June 27, 2022Watch Family Feud Weeknights @7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Michigan Matters: Economy & Mobility 2022There’s massive change taking place as the electric economy continues to unfold which is why Quentin Messer Jr., CEO of Michigan Economic Development Corp., Tom Kelly, CEO of Automation Alley & Tim Slusser, director of city of Detroit’s Mobility Office, appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about it.
Community Connect: Music and MentorshipOn this week's Community Connect – Organizations who are unlocking the potential within some of Detroit's most talented youth – Watch Saturday 7am on CW50.