2019 North American International Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show, kicked off day 2 of media day and here a few things you can see at the show.

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Michigan Matters: Putting a Spotlight on Eye-Opening Tax SeasonMillions of Michiganders and Americans filling out their 2018 taxes will likely be surprised to learn their refunds will be less than expected or that they owe thanks to changes in federal laws adopted by Congress in 2017. Susan Tompor, Personal Finance Columnist at Detroit Free Press, talked with Carol Cain, Michigan Matters Senior Producer & Host, about those changes.
Eye On Detroit - Quicken Loans Winter Blast WeekendThis is the last weekend to enjoy the Quicken Loans Winter Blast Weekend in downtown Detroit. Quicken Loans Winter Blast Weekends has an exciting history here in Detroit. In January 2005 Winter Blast, the festival known as Motown Winter Blast, kicked off as the official countdown to Super Bowl XL in Detroit. The festival attracted more than one million people to Detroit during the Super Bowl in 2006! For the past 14 years Winter Blast has continued to attract Metro-Detroit residents to the exciting revitalized Downtown Detroit area.
Eye On Detroit - Invisible Ink Tattoo RemoversDid you know that 3 in 10 Americans have a tattoo? Having that love one's name or image on your body may have seemed like a good idea at the time. What if you changed your mind? Thanks to Invisible Ink Tattoo Removers, that decision no longer has to be a permanent one.
Eye On Detroit - Guilt ChocolatesLike a lot of us, we give chocolates to love ones on Valentine's Day. And if you've been down to the Winter Blast in downtown Detroit, you may have seen Guilt Chocolates. They make handmade, small-batch treats right here in Redford.
Eastern Michigan Investigates Black Doll Found Hanging In DormEastern Michigan University is investigating after a black doll was found hanging from a shower rod in a campus dormitory. Gilma Avalos reports.
Eye On Detroit - WW II Veteran Bill BrownToday we meet a special man from Canton. He is 97-years-old and a Veteran of World War II. For decades after the war, he owned and operated an auto repair shop. While Bill was in the military, he was issued a coffee cup. Bill kept that coffee cup and still owns it to this day. The cup is a great reminder of his time in the military. What is inscribed on the cup is where Bill's story begins.

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