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.
Winter Storm Coming to Metro DetroitFirst Forecaster Karen Carter tells us what to expect for Tuesday's winter storm.
Eye On Detroit - XenithXenith was founded in 2006 by Vin Ferrara, a former Harvard quarterback and Columbia University MD. After several head injuries during his football career, he believed that there had to be a better way to make a football helmet. After spending three years on research and development, Xenith launched its first helmet in 2009 and is now worn by hundreds of thousands of players across the globe – from the youth level to the pros. Xenith’s headquarters and production facility are located in Detroit, Michigan. The 66,000-square-foot facility houses an impact testing lab, custom paint booth, reconditioning operation, showroom and warehouse.
Michigan Matters: Congressman John Dingell's Imprint and Helping the CommunityCongressman John Dingell’s legacy went far beyond Detroit or Michigan as the MICHIGAN MATTERS roundtable of Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Detroit Regional Chamber President & Sandy Baruah, and Amy Nederlander, Founder of L!FE Leaders, Inc., talked about as they joined Host Carol Cain and shared stories.
Two Elderly Women Get Into Physical Altercation Over Seat At Bingo GameA game of bingo at a nursing home turned ugly Tuesday when two elderly women got into a “physical altercation” over a seat, authorities in Canada said. Matt Yurus reports.
Eye On Detroit - The Drone Science CompanyDr. Kyla Berry shares her drone expertise with young students at Ecotek Labs in Detroit.
Karen talk talks tonight's forecast and what is freezing rain exactly!First Forecaster Karen Carter talks upcoming weather and the difference between freezing rain and snow.
Eye On Detroit - PLANTeDPlanted was born from a desire to help create equity and improve access to fresh produce in Detroit. Utilizing indoor hydroponic technology, our farm grows sustainable food that fuels our communities. Controlled environment agriculture – like hydroponics – is ground-breaking technology, and they also view it as a necessary component of bringing fresh, locally sourced produce to the Detroit community on a consistent, year-round basis. Changing the way Detroiters access produce is what Planted is all about.
Karen Talks Freezing Rain And The Morning Commute.First Forecaster Karen Carter talks what to expect Tuesday night and Wednesday morning commute.
Facebook Weather Update 2/4/19Weather update with Karen Carter.
General Motors To Layoff 4,300 White-Collar Workers This WeekIn its latest round of cutbacks, General Motors is starting to lay off about 4,300 white-collar workers worldwide this week. Matt Yurus reports.
Eye On Detroit - Shinola HotelLisa Germani takes a tour of the Shinola Hotel in downtown Detroit.
Michigan Matters: PVS Chemicals and Focusing on ManufacturingThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain talks with Jim Nicholson ,co-chair of PVS Chemicals, his dad, James B. Nicholson, also co-chair, and David A. Nicholson, President and CEO of the company. They talk about being a family-owned business, manufacturing and growing in Detroit.
Farmington Hills’ Fake University Part Of Immigration Sting, Leads To 130 ArrestsAt first glance, it seemed real, the University of Farmington boasted that its “innovative curriculum combines traditional instruction and distance learning with full-time professional experiences.” Matt Yurus reports.
Karen Talks More Cold Temps and Tries a Weather ExperimentChief Forecaster Karen Carter talk what to expect tonight and tomorrow and also tries a little science experiment in the -5-degree weather we have today.
Steam Rises From Lake MichiganTHAT LOOKS COLD: Record-breaking cold has officially hit Chicago, with temperatures dipping to -20 Wednesday morning. Time-lapse video shows steam rising from Lake Michigan.
Michigan Matters: Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club with Gretchen WhitmerIn her first forum before an audience since taking office, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took to the stage of the Detroit Free Press Breakfast Club and talked about her campaign pledge to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads.
Michigan Schools Rank Last In SpendingThe Latest study from Michigan State University says Michigan ranks last in education revenue growth over a 20-year period. Matt Yurus reports.
Michigan Matters: North American International Auto Show 2019Carol Cain heads down to the NAIAS in Detroit to check out what's news.
Man Who Says He Was Abducted By Aliens Breaks 45-Year SilenceA Mississippi man in declining health is telling a story he’s kept secret from his own family for 45 years: he claims he was abducted by aliens. Matt Yurus reports.
2019 North American International Auto ShowThe North American International Auto Show, kicked off day 2 of media day and here a few things you can see at the show.
2020 Jeep GladiatorFirst look at the Jeep Gladiator at the 2019 NAIAS.