Child Tax Credit: Monthly Payments Already Arriving In Parents' Bank AccountsThe Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sent out advance payments for the updated Child Tax Credit on July 15. Katie Johnston reports.
The Scoop On Low-Calorie Ice Creams: Which Of The Healthy Choices Are Really Healthy?Dr. Oz and Dr. Crupain discuss why some people who eat non-dairy frozen desserts experience stomach pain.
Michigan Matters: Sports & TheatreSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Robert Jamerson, CEO of of Detroit PAL, as he talks about helping young people through sports and education. Then Dave Robinson, owner of TGA Premier Sports Detroit, about helping young people through golf. And entrepreneur David Carroll, who launched The Nicely Theatre Group as pandemic started, finally is to hold first in-person theatre production.
Michigan Woman Dies In Grand Canyon Flash FloodGrand Canyon National Park officials on Friday identified a Michigan woman as the person found dead in frigid water after a flash flood swept through a commercial rafting group's overnight campsite along the Colorado River. Katie Johnston reports.
Invasive Asian Tiger Mosquito Found In Michigan AgainThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Wayne County Health Department have identified the first known occurrence of the invasive Asian tiger mosquito in 2021. Katie Johnston reports.
Hope College Takes Big Step Toward Tuition-Free CampusAbout two dozen students at a small college in western Michigan will attend school without paying tuition in the fall, part of a new plan to ease the financial burden in exchange for contributions after they graduate. Katie Johnston reports.
Former UP Priest Receives Second Prison Sentence Following Sex Abuse PleaOn Wednesday, July 14, Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that a former priest in the Upper Peninsula has been sentenced for the remaining sex abuse charge against him. Katie Johnston reports.
Martha Stewart's Vitality Secrets RevealedDr. Oz asks Martha Stewart about the go-to meals she relies on to stay healthy.
Prosecutor To Review Goalie Kivlenieks' Fireworks DeathPolice in Michigan have turned over their investigation into the fireworks death of Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks to a prosecutor for review. Katie Johnston reports.
Detroit Banquet Hall Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 5 WoundedA drive-by shooting left a man dead and five other people wounded outside a banquet hall in Detroit early Tuesday, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Eye On Detroit - Rebrand Detroithe Rebrand Detroit project is the brainchild of Hajj Flemings, Founder of Brand Camp University, and is funded by the Knight Foundation as one of the inaugural winners of the 2015 Knight Cities Challenge. The project objective is to bring the innovation economy to Detroit neighborhoods. The project strategy is designed to help revitalize these communities with a tech and brand enabled strategy that is a catalyst for neighborhoods to become innovation districts.
Wolf Pups Have Been Spotted Again On Isle RoyaleWolf pups have been spotted again on Isle Royale, a hopeful sign in the effort to rebuild the predator species' population at the U.S. national park, scientists said Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: Return of Michigan BusinessSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Chris Shepler, Hussein Berry of Delta, Karen Totaro of TCF Center,and Steven Kalczynski of Townsend Hotel, to hear how they have weathered and adjusted during pandemic, and a look at the road ahead for these four bellweather entities of our region’s economy.
White Man Sentenced In Attack On Black Teen At Michigan ParkA white man has been sentenced to five years in prison for attacking a Black teenager with a bike lock because of his race at a southeastern Michigan park. Katie Johnston reports.
Ford Mustang Mach-E Wins Car And Driver Electric Vehicle Of The Year AwardThe Ford Mustang Mach-E has been given Car and Driver’s first EV of the Year award. The award was open to all fully electric vehicles currently for sale in the US. Katie Johnston reports.
Detroit Police Seek Suspect And Person Of Interest In Connection To ShootingThe Detroit Police Department is seeking to locate a suspect and a person of interest in connection to a non-fatal shooting that occurred on the city's east side.
Dr. Oz Investigates No-Boil Foods: What’s Really In Oven-Ready Lasagna, Noodles And Microwave Rice And Pastas?Dr. Oz and Dr. Crupain discuss how no-boil lasagna noodles are made.
Eye On Detroit - Planted DetroitPlanted Detroit believes technology and farming are a perfect match. They’ve gathered a team of uniquely talented individuals to bring them together to sustainably grow tastier, healthier, and more accessible greens.
House Rental Horrors Caught On TapeOne homeowner tells Dr. Oz how he lost $89,000 after his renters threw a wild party.
Michigan Matters: Tourism and Convention IndustryWith the July 4th holiday here and pandemic winding down, it’s a look at our vital tourism and convention industry with Claude Molinari, Pres./CEO of the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau, Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan, and Karen Delhey of Ann Arbor Art Fair.
The Science Of The Side Hustle: Three Proven Ways To Make Money Fast!Money expert Nicole Lapin tells Dr. Oz what a “jobby” is.
Michigan DNR Offers Tips For Safely Using Fireworks Over The Fourth Of July WeekendAs the Independence Day holiday celebrations begin, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources shares a few safety tips to keep people safe and avoid wildfires while using fireworks. Katie Johnston reports.
Frozen Breakfast Investigation: To Microwave Or Not To Microwave?Dr. Oz asks Mark Schatzker if it’s better to opt for frozen breakfast meals with egg whites.
Henry Ford Health System: All Employees Must Be Vaccinated By Sept. 10Henry Ford Health System announced Tuesday it will require the COVID-19 vaccination for its employees. Katie Johnston reports.