Huntington Woods native and journalist Danny Fenster, who was freed after spending nearly six months in jail in Myanmar, helped light one of eight Hanukkah candles during a holiday celebration in downtown Detroit. Katie Johnston reports.

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First Forecast January 23, 2022Another round of snow arrives tomorrow. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the forecast with an update on snowfall totals.
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First Forecast January 23, 2022 (Today)Snow wraps up this morning, but another disturbance will impact us tomorrow. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the forecast. Go to CBSDetroit.com/weather for the latest forecast.

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