VIDEO: Police Seek Suspect In Fatal Hit-And-Run On Detroit's West SideVIDEO: Police Seek Suspect In Fatal Hit-And-Run On Detroit's West Side
Food Fact Check: Eggs - The Answer To The “Are Eggs Healthy” DebateThere is no shortage of questions when it comes to eggs: Are they still bad for your cholesterol or heart?  Are they protein heroes you should eat every day, and what about the yolk?
Food Fact Check: Does Cooking In The Microwave Kill All The Nutrients In My Food?When it comes to cooking, reheating or defrosting, your microwave is undeniably convenient and gets the job done, but could it be too good to be true?
Eye On Detroit B-24 BomberA group of Veterans is restoring a piece of our nation's history.
MDOC Workers Speak Out Against Work Conditions, Lack Of Staffing NeedsMDOC Workers Speak Out Against Work Conditions, Lack Of Staffing Needs
Video: Detroit Police Seek 2 Suspects, 1 Armed With AR-15 In Carjacking At Gas StationVideo: Detroit Police Seek 2 Suspects, 1 Armed With AR-15 In Carjacking At Gas Station
Detroit Memorial Day: City Honors Loved Ones Lost To Covid-19Detroit Memorial Day: City Honors Loved Ones Lost To Covid-19
Viral Road Rage Nightmares Caught On TapeToday, from angry drivers using their cars as weapons to ram others out of the way to physical fights breaking out on the road, we take a closer look at road rage nightmares caught on tape.  Dr. Oz speaks with one man who had a gun pulled on him when he tried to film another driver’s erratic and dangerous driving.
Michigan Matters: Small BusinessPashon Murray, Detroit Dirt;  Andrew Blake, Blake’s Family of Companies; Vera Ambrose, Ambrosia Gourmet Catering; and Jeff Simek, RCO Engineering, took time out from hectic schedules to talk with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters,” about their companies. 
Police Seek Suspect Involved In Fatal Shooting On Detroit's Southwest SidePolice Seek Suspect Involved In Fatal Shooting On Detroit's Southwest Side
Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical MuseumRecorded in May of 2015, we take a look At Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum as told by its late founder Marvin Yagoda, who passed in 2017. Now run by his son Jeremy, the museum is struggling to stay afloat from being closed due to state COVID-19 executive orders.
True Crime: Philly Teacher Stabbed 20 Times: Was It Suicide Or Murder?The controversial death of Ellen Greenberg has rattled minds for years after she was found stabbed 20 times inside her locked apartment, and her death labeled a suicide.
The Dish On Oz: Mac And Cheese MakeoversToday, Dr. Oz and The Dish crew, Daphne Oz and Jamika Pessoa, are making over mac and cheese!
Here's What Gov. Whitmer Said About When Gyms, Theaters Will Re-OpenOn Monday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer revealed to WWJ on Monday that she's not ready to open gyms or movie theaters anytime soon. Katie Johnston reports.
17-Year-Old Girl Leads Deputies On High Speed Chase, Crashes17-Year-Old Girl Leads Deputies On High Speed Chase, Crashes
True Crime: What Happened To The Girls On The Bridge?Today, Dr. Oz gives exclusive updates on the unsolved murders of two teenage girls who were found dead near an abandoned bridge in Indiana, but not before leaving behind audio and video clues of their last moments and a potential suspect.
MSP: Westbound I-96 Closed After Fatal Rollover CrashThe Michigan State Police Department is investigating a deadly rollover crash. It happened Monday morning on westbound I-96 at Davison where MSP says the driver of a truck — who was in the center lane of I-96 — made an abrupt attempt to exit to the local lanes. Katie Johnston reports.
EMU Moves Classes To Online-Only Through Sept. 20, Delays Dorm Move-InEastern Michigan University has moved nearly all of its classes to online only through Sept. 20 and has delayed residence hall move-in until Sept. 17. Katie Johnston reports.
Medical Mystery: Something's Killing MeToday, Dr. Oz investigates two medical mysteries that will shock you. One woman shares her story of survival after a sore throat sent her into organ failure and a seven-day coma. We speak to one of the doctors who raced to find a diagnosis as her family watched her condition worsen.
True Crime: “Dr. Revenge”: Doctor Busted For Trying To Murder His Enemy By Fentanyl InjectionToday, Dr. Oz takes a closer look at the case of a doctor with a twisted prescription for revenge.
Michigan State Moves Classes Online, Tells Dorm Residents To Stay HomeMichigan State University is going online for the fall and is encouraging students to stay home, the school's president announced Tuesday, as schools across the nation struggled to control coronavirus outbreaks. Katie Johnston reports.
Mark Wahlberg Face-To-Face With Dr. Oz: The Breakfast Feud Face-Off You Can't MissToday, Dr. Oz and Mark Wahlberg go head-to-head in the fitness face-off you’ve been waiting for!  When Dr. Oz kicked off his brand-new health plan System 20, Mark Wahlberg wasted no time and challenged his recommendation for skipping breakfast in a TMZ interview. 
Cooking Spray Investigation: Cooking Spray Explosions Caught On Tape!Today, we reveal videos of cooking spray explosions that are sending shockwaves across the country.  These sprays are fast and convenient in the kitchen, but are you making mistakes when using them that could put you in danger?
Michigan Matters: Race and Social Justice Cont.Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II and New Detroit Inc. CEO Michael Rafferty appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to discuss how race, social justice and equity continue to impact our city and state.

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