How do you plan to celebrate the 4th of July? Fewer people plan to attend group gatherings or public events this year, according to a National Retail Federation survey.

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The 4th of July is on Saturday. How will your plans change this year because of the pandemic?How do you plan to celebrate the 4th of July? Fewer people plan to attend group gatherings or public events this year, according to a National Retail Federation survey.
Eye on the Day for Friday, July 3rdEYE ON THE DAY: Demand for COVID-19 testing as states see cases increase, protesters gathered to honor missing Fort Hood soldier, and a survey says Americans are staying home this holiday weekend. What are your plans?
The Fixer: How This Famous Bail Bondsman Helps Notorious Criminals Stay Out Of The SlammerToday, Dr. Oz sits down with bail bondsman-to-the-stars, Ira Judelson who has made it his business to lend money to celebrities like Robert Durst and Fat Joe to get out of jail.  He tells Dr. Oz how he got his start in the industry and the criticism he receives about “putting bad guys back on the street.”
Detroiters Debate: Should Cass Tech High School's Name Be Changed?Detroiters Debate: Should Cass Tech High School's Name Be Changed?
Caught On Tape: Dog AttacksNot all canines come with a warning sign, and for some, it can take only seconds to go from cuddly to attack mode.  Today, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at dog attacks caught on tape and what happens when man’s best friend bites back.
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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.
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.
Lois Allen-Richardson Sworn In As New Mayor of YpsilantiLois Allen-Richardson Sworn In As New Mayor of Ypsilanti
These Are The Unspoken Rules Of A Secretive Group Peddling A Shocking And Dangerous Autism Treatment.Dr. Oz and his guests discuss what the FDA is doing about this disturbing trend. 
Dr. Oz launches an undercover investigation and speaks to a mom who helped expose the dark world of fake autism cures. "Very serious stuff.”  Mara Schiavocampo Reports On Dangerous Side Effects Of Ingesting Bleach.
Here's A List Of The 7 Michigan J.C. Penney Stores ClosingSeven Michigan J.C. Penney stores will close permanently and the department store chain expects to start liquidation sales July 3. Katie Johnston reports.
Meet The Moms Who Went Undercover And Infiltrated A Secretive Group Advertising A Shocking And Dangerous Autism Treatment.We take a closer look at the shocking and dangerous trend of parents giving their children bleach to drink in the hopes of curing autism.  Dr. Oz launches an undercover investigation and speaks to one of the moms who helped expose the dark world of this fake autism cure. 
True Crime: Two Ted Bundy survivors recount how they escaped death at Florida State University. Today, Dr. Oz interviews two women who survived serial killer Ted Bundy’s last and most infamous attacks at a sorority house of Florida State University.
Fake Cures Exposed: Parents Are Poisoning Their Children With Bleach To Cure Autism  False hopes are being peddled in the form of a shocking and dangerous autism treatment.  Dr. Oz investigates.
Dr. Oz interviews two women who survived serial killer Ted Bundy’s last and most infamous attacks at a sorority house.They open up about escaping death and the injuries they endured at the hands of the country’s most prolific serial killer.  Then, Dr. Oz also speaks to the campus neighbor who called 911 and saved one of the women’s lives. 
True Crime: Ted Bundy Survivors On Why The Nation’s Obsession With The Serial Killer Still Torments ThemToday, Dr. Oz interviews two women who survived serial killer Ted Bundy’s last and most infamous attacks at a sorority house of Florida State University.  They open up about escaping death and the injuries they endured at the hands of the country’s most prolific serial killer.  Then, Dr. Oz also speaks to the campus neighbor who called 911 and saved one of the women’s lives. 
Joey Buttafuoco Doesn’t Blame His Abusive Past For His Life Decisions. Today, in an exclusive interview, Joey speaks out for the very first time about the shocking abuse he endured at the hands of his aunt and uncle growing up.  He opens up to Dr. Oz about how they injected him with cocaine and heroin as a child, chained him to a pole in their basement, and threatened him with violence if he told anyone.
Joey Buttafuoco Exclusive: Life After Infamy And The Childhood Drug Abuse That Still Haunts HimThe infamous case of the Long Island Lolita, who shot an innocent suburban housewife in the face, has made Joey Buttafuoco a household name for nearly 30 years.  Today, in an exclusive interview, Joey speaks out for the very first time about the shocking abuse he endured at the hands of his aunt and uncle growing up.
Joey Buttafuoco Exclusive: Life After Infamy And The Childhood Drug Abuse That Still Haunts HimHow Joey Buttafuoco was introduced to cocaine at age five. He opens up to Dr. Oz about how they injected him with cocaine and heroin as a child, chained him to a pole in their basement, and threatened him with violence if he told anyone.
Michigan Matters: Two CEOs Facing Two CrisesAAA: The Auto Club Group’s President & CEO Joseph Richardson Jr. and New Detroit Inc’s. President & CEO Michael Rafferty appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about the pandemic and social/racial injustice stemming from police brutality against African Americans.
Oak Park Woman Says She Contracted Coronavirus TwiceRhea Conley says the virus showed up at two different times in her system. “On the 23rd of March is when I woke up, shortness of breath, just said I can’t take it I’m going to emergency.” Katie Johnston reports.

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