Michigan Matters: Governor Whitmer & Motor RacingSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Gov Whitmer about our state, our roads, navigating the pandemic and more. Then Bud Denker, President of Penske Corp & chair of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix, talks about the upcoming race, auto industry, the microchip shortage, efforts to increase diversity in motor sports and more.
Detroit Police Search For Driver, Vehicle In Fatal Hit-And-RunPolice are searching for a driver and vehicle after a 21-year-old man was struck and killed while he rode his bike in Detroit.
Detroit Police Help Elderly Resident With Blight RemovalThe Detroit Police Department's 12th Precinct Neighborhood Police Officers stopped by an elderly woman's home Wednesday to help with blight removal.
Science of Weather: NOAA GLERL Water BuoysScience of Weather: NOAA GLERL Water Buoys
Detroit Police Search For Armed Suspect Who Stole Package From UPS DriverPolice are searching for a suspect involved in an armed robbery of a package that was being delivered to a Detroit home.
Michigan Matters: The Roundtable ReturnsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks about topics with the roundtable of Denise Ilitch, Derrick Miller & Mayor Bryant Barnett. Then Claude Molinari & Mark Hollis appear with Cain to talk about Metro Detroit picking up momentum as a destination for major sporting events.
VIDEO: Police Seek Suspect In Robbery At Detroit Family DollarPolice are searching for a suspect connected to a robbery that happened at a Family Dollar in Detroit.
Science of Weather: Detroit Tigers Baseball FieldScience of Weather: Detroit Tigers Baseball Field
VIDEO: Police Seek Suspect Who Set Car On Fire In DetroitThe Detroit Police Department is searching for a suspect in connection to setting a vehicle on fire.
Michigan Matters: Women's History Month 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Lyn St James, pioneering women auto race car about her career, being inducted into the Auto Hall of Fame and status of women in the sport. Then Meryl Davis, Olympic Gold Medalist, talks about her life today, a new children’s book, helping girls in Detroit learn about figure skating, and a freshly minted degree from UM.
Science of Weather: Air MassScience of Weather: Air Mass
Science of Weather: Michigan's Main Severe Weather ThreatsScience of Weather: Michigan's Main Severe Weather Threats.
Michigan Matters: Organ Donation AwarenessSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with four people working to raise awareness and need for organ donors. In Michigan, over 2,500 people currently await organ transplants. To shed insight: Bruce Nicely, VP of Clinical Operations, Gift of Life Michigan; Cesante Ward, talks about his need for kidney transplant, Jon Margerum-Leys, Dean of OU Education and Human Services, ho donated kidney to stranger, and Rachel Kuntzsch, about being heart transplant recipient.
Baby Bongo Stands at Potter Park Zoo in LansingAW! Here's the moment a newborn bongo stood up on its own at the Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, Michigan, on March 8. The zoo said the calf was able to stand about 30 minutes after its birth.
Meteorologist Kylee Miller describes a Severe Watch vs. WarningMeteorologist Kylee Miller describes a Severe Watch vs. Warning.
Woman Killed In Hit-And-Run, Detroit Police Search For Person Of InterestPolice are searching for a driver who ran over and killed a 40-year-old woman in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Topical Politics 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks politics and other things with U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence, U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens and OU Political Science Professor John Klemenski. While Eric R. Sabree, Wayne County Treasurer, talks about a program to help home owners avoid foreclosures.
Michigan Association of Broadcasters Digital Speed NetworkingHave you ever thought about a career in Radio or Television? Here's your chance to learn more about this exciting industry and network with broadcasters from around the state, virtually, on Friday, March 25 from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm during Digital Speed Networking presented by the MAB Foundation. Learn industry insights from a panel of young media professionals then speed network with pross from around the state. Registration for students and job seekers is FREE! Register at cbsdetroit.com/mabjobfair.
Michigan Matters: Tom Selleck, Tourism, and the Motor CitySenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks to actor Tom Selleck talks about Blue Bloods, Detroit & more. Then Emily Gail, lifelong champion for Detroit talks about her hometown, Claude Molinari, President & CEO of Visit Detroit talks about tourism, and Keith Mobley, of AAA Michigan, talks about social responsibility.
Video Shows Man Setting Detroit Home On FireThe Detroit Police Department is searching for a suspect connected to an arson investigation.
Michigan Matters: Politics & Ukraine 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Rudy Hobbs, and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of MPLP non-partisan program about politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, former ambassador to Russia, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania Smyk, who helped organized huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.
Police Arrest 2 Men Accused Of Running Chop Shop In DetroitPolice arrested two men in connection with a criminal enterprise investigation in Detroit.
Police Search For Suspect In Robbery At Detroit Family Dollar StorePolice are searching for a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery last month at a Family Dollar store in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Film and RoadsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Peter Klein, of MIFIA, who has been working with state legislators to bring back film incentives. Then Ed Olson, CEO of May Mobility, talks about the company’s huge success and growing profile. And Steven Tongur of the Iraeli firm Electreon, discusses the wireless charging road they will built at Michigan Central Station. And WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert talks how companies, and our region is adjusting during mobility changes.