Drew’s Intimate LA Tour Revisiting The Institution She Spent A Year Of Her Life In & MoreDrew Barrymore Show Season 2 Premiere with Jennifer Aniston, Wayne Brady, Dr. Phil & Drew-Gooder Aunt Dolores
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Howie Mandel: On Why He Is Living In A Nightmare With Ocd And Anxiety And Why He Wants To Break The StigmaHowie Mandel opens up to Dr. Oz about his struggles with anxiety.
Should You Get A Vaccine Booster? Everything You Need To KnowDr. Oz and Cheer New York cheerleaders demonstrate what a booster shot does to your immune system.
Michigan Matters: Politics around the RegionSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain checks in with Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter, Westland Mayor William Wild and Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett as each discusses happenings in their neck of the wood, and thoughts about the region.
Eye On Detroit - 9/11 MemorialThe Brighton Area Fire Authority is holding their 20th Anniversary ceremony in remembrance of those who sacrificed their lives to protect others on 9-11. First Responders recall 9/11 and share memories from the last 20 years.
Federal Courthouses In Eastern Michigan Reopening For First Time Since March 2020Five federal courthouses in eastern Michigan will fully reopen Tuesday for the first time since COVID-19 restrictions were put in place in March 2020. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: Evolving JobsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Peter Quigley, of Kelly, which is adjusting as the blue chip firm helps companies with employees and talent issues , as Kelly’s own imprint evolves. John Smith talks about getting around in new ways. And Shawn H. Wilson talks about rapper Big Sean and others joining BGCSM to help young people.
More Michigan Counties Mandate Masks In K-12 SchoolsIngham and Washtenaw counties became the latest counties to mandate face coverings amid Michigan’s fourth surge of COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Detroit Man Charged After 5-Year-Old Son Shoots HimselfProsecutor Kym Worthy has charged a Detroit man in connection to the non-fatal shooting of his five-year-old son. Katie Johnston reports.
Conviction To Be Dropped In Michigan Fire That Killed 5 KidsAuthorities are dropping a murder conviction against a man who is serving a life sentence for a fire that killed five children in suburban Detroit in 2000. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Seek Assistance Locating 3 Suspects In Connection To Homicide On Detroit's East SideThe Detroit Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying and locating three suspects and a vehicle connected to a homicide on the city's east side.
Detroit Zoo Animals Are Getting COVID-19 VaccinesThe Detroit Zoo has begun vaccinating animals who are most susceptible to COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: Organ Donors and Keeping HealthyOrgan donation is a pressing issue with so many Michiganders waiting for organ transplants as Dorrie Dils, CEO of Gift Of Life Michigan, and Dr. Terra DeFoe, a donor of her late son’s organs, discuss. Then Linda Smith-Wheelock, President /CEO of National Kidney Foundation of Michigan, and Dr. Silas P. Norman, Transplant Nephrologist, talk about keeping your kidneys & other organs healthier.
Detroit Police Seek Assistance Identifying Suspect Who Struck Cyclist In Hit-And-RunThe Detroit Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating a suspect and vehicle involved in a hit-and-run that struck a male victim while riding his bicycle.
Michigan Matters: Topical News and HuntingtonSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain checks in with Peter Bhatia, Editor & Vice President of the Detroit Free Press, to discuss the mayor and governor’s races, Biden and Afghan crisis, the pandemic. Then Randy Richardville, former Senate Majority Leader, discuss Afghan crisis, the governor’s race. Sandy Pierce, chair of Michigan/Huntington Bank, talks about its merger with TCF and Huntington growing imprint.
Michigan Inmate Charged In 1985 Death Of Florida TeenDNA evidence helped investigators match the 1985 kidnapping, sexual assault, and death of a 17-year-old Florida girl to a man already serving two life sentences in Michigan on sexual assault charges. Katie Johnston reports.
Crime Stoppers Offering $6,500 Reward For Information On Farmington Hills HomicideCrime Stoppers is offering a $6,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of Kevin Curtis Moore, who is wanted for a homicide that happened on Friday, Aug. 13, in Farmington Hills. Katie Johnston reports.
Eye On Detroit - McDuffy ParkMayor, City partners officially dedicate newly expanded neighborhood park after late community leader Antonio McDuffy McDuffy was beloved resident and champion of Piety Hill neighborhood who passed away in 2019 Project is partnership between City, Project EverGreen, Rocket Community Fund and others Park will double in size when construction is completed later this year
Detroit Offers 3rd Vaccine Dose, Mayor Warns Of Virus SpreadThe Food and Drug Administration has said people with weakened immune systems can get an extra dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines to better protect them as the delta variant continues to surge. Katie Johnston reports.
Eye On Detroit - TSAAs what is predicted to be a very busy summer travel season ramps up, officials with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are offering helpful tips so travelers who may not have flown since the start of the pandemic know what to expect at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. They’re also reminding those who are planning to travel with a firearm how to do so properly to avoid potential criminal and civil penalties. TSA is prepared to handle the increased travel volume this summer, and the agency is committed to supporting a healthy and secure environment for airline passengers, TSA employees, and airport personnel.
Eye On Detroit - Robot GarageThe Robot Garage was founded in 2011 to teach engineering, coding, and robotics to kids. We believe that every child has the potential to improve the world if we nurture their self-esteem, creativity, and problem-solving skills. Our custom curriculum is designed to do just that: meet national science standards (NGSS), and provide an "aha" moment with every project.
Michigan Matters: Art and BusinessSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Albert Scaglione, former NASA scientist who came to Detroit to open Park West Gallery. His company is growing as he opened locations in Hawaii and Las Vegas. He started a foundation to help young women who are homeless. Tim Yanke, an artist who works for Park West, talks about 3-D art and other trends. Then Edward Deeb, longtime community champion who worked with Coleman Young to stem violence after ’67 civil uprising, started Metro Detroit Youth Day . He talks about Michigan Youth Appreciation Foundation and his life of helping businesses grow across the state in his new book.

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