Beth Griffith-Manley Shares Story Of Her Career, Performs New Single 'You've Already Won'Beth Griffith-Manley joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about her career as a singer/song-writer, and performs her new single 'You've Already Won' on the show.
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Surprisingly Common Accidental Ways You Can Die.Every year, 170 thousand people die from accidental causes, including, walking down a flight of stairs, driving to work, or just going to sleep. Today, Dr. Oz examines the most surprisingly common accidental ways you can die.
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Michigan Matters: Rocket Mortgage PGA Event Descends on Motor CityAmid the pandemic, the show will go on as Mark Douglas, President of Detroit Golf Club, talked about during taping of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as the Rocket Mortgage PGA Classic will be held July 2-5 at the iconic club.
Community Connect: Detroit VoicesOn this week's Community Connect, we hear how music is the heart of Detroit. Hear from three Detroit voices using their music to make a positive impact on both social media and the music scene.
The Noose Was RealDeclaring "the noose was real," NASCAR officials on Thursday released a photo of the rope found in the speedway garage stall of Black driver Bubba Wallace that prompted a federal investigation into whether he had been the target of a hate crime. The incident has put racism front and center for the stock car series that two weeks ago banned the Confederate flag from its venues and races at Wallace's urging. It also prompted criticism from some fans that NASCAR had somehow overreacted — criticism NASCAR has bristled at and cited in releasing the photo from Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. The image was taken by NASCAR security.
Microsoft Permanently Closes Retail Stores Including 2 In Metro DetroitIt's the end of an era for Microsoft stores around the country. The tech giant says it will permanently close all of its retail locations.
Ford Plays It Safe With Revamped F-150, Focuses On InteriorSix years ago, Ford made a Texas-size wager on the top-selling vehicle in America, rolling out a radical new version of the F-Series pickup with a lighter aluminum body instead of the customary steel. Now it’s time for another revamp, and Ford is playing it safe with the company’s crown jewel. On the outside, the truck changes little, and the internal combustion engines and transmissions remain the same. The biggest differences are a gas-electric hybrid version, internet connectivity, and a revamped interior that turns the truck into more of a rolling office or even a place to nap.
CDIA, Charles H. Wright, Other Museums To Reopen July 10Seven cultural organizations across Detroit will reopen July 10 after closing to the public for months due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to Crain's Detroit Business.
Detroit Parking Enforcements Will Restart On MondayDetroit parking enforcements will restart on Monday, June 29. This means no more free parking. Residents can use street kiosks or the Detroit parking app to pay for a spot.
Gov. Whitmer Allows Return Of Pro Sports In Michigan Without FansGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday allowed for the return of pro sports in Michigan as long as fans aren't in attendance.
Boaters Gather On Lake St. Clair For Annual Jobbie Nooner Party Despite PandemicThe Jobbie Nooner has been going on for decades and draws thousands of people, and although there’s a global pandemic that didn’t stop the party from happening Friday.
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ALDI Bagged Salads Recalled For Possible Cyclospora InfectionHave you recently bought a bagged salad mix from ALDI? This week ALDI voluntarily recalled Little Salad Bar Garden Salad due to possible Cyclospora infection. The affected Little Salad Bar Garden Salad was sold in a 12 oz. bag, has a UPC code of 4099100082975 and have Best If Used By dates of May 1 through June 29.
GNC Files For BankruptcyGNC has filed for bankruptcy citing the coronavirus pandemic had a dramatic impact on its business. The vitamin and supplements retailer says it will be closing as many as 1,200 of its stores across the U.S. which is about 20 percent of its locations. The company says slimming down will allow it to continue to operate.
Michigan Legislature OKs Cocktails To Go To Boost BusinessesPeople could order cocktails for pickup or delivery from Michigan bars and restaurants through 2025 under a bill that won final approval Wednesday and is expected to be signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Voter Registration And IDs For Returning CitizensMDOC will obtain the necessary documents and photos for individuals scheduled for release and send the paperwork directly to the secretary of state. Applicants will also be given the option to register to vote.
Fiat Chrysler Secures $7B In Loans From Italian GovernmentFiat Chrysler will receive $7 billion in loans from the Italian government. Italy signed off on the loans to help part of its auto industry.
3 Charged After Medical Examiner Rules Teen’s Death HomicideThree staff members of a Michigan youth center have been charged in the death of a Black teenager who died while being restrained after throwing a sandwich, Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting announced Wednesday.
Mayor Duggan Provides Update On The City's Response To Covid-19Mayor Mike Duggan says protests have not sparked an increase in Detroit's Covid-19 cases.