Eye On Detroit - Arts and ScrapsArts & Scraps uses recycled materials to help people of all ages and abilities think, learn and create.
Eye On Detroit Live6 AllianceLive6 Alliance’s mission is to enhance the quality of life and economic opportunity in Northwest Detroit. Working as a convener and implementer of programs in support of small businesses, real estate and building improvements, and placemaking, Live6 provides community leadership for the vision of revitalized, sustainable commercial corridors and surrounding neighborhoods.
Video: Police Seek 2 Suspects In Detroit Dollar General Armed RobberyThe Detroit Police Department is seeking tips in identifying two suspects connected to an armed robbery at a Dollar General.
Michigan Matters: Elite Detection K9Elite Detection K9 – an Oakland County non-profit started by Leader Dogs for the Blind -- is breeding and raising and training specially trained dogs -- Labradors -- to help keep schools and students safe. Appearing on show: Gregory P. Guidice, President and CEO of EDK9... Avondale School District has had a EDK team -- "Lucy" and her handler -- since September. Oak Park Schools also just added a EDK9 team -=== "Biggie" and his handler 2 weeks ago. Appearing on show-Dr. Jamii Hitchcock, Superintendent of Oak Park Schools. Also, Jennifer Soldan and her daughter, 11 year old Jess Soldan, who raised “Honey” a Lab who has given birth to 22 puppies in four litters for the EDK9 system, talk about what's it like helping raise dogs knowing they will help mankind. And Lisa Zang, a handler of “Lucy” -- the 2-year old Lab working at Avondale High School, talks about it and how kids respond.
Detroit Police Search For Driver Who Ran Over 18-Year-Old Woman Multiple TimesPolice are searching for a driver in connection with an assault after an 18-year-old woman was found critically injured in Detroit.
Video: Detroit Police Search For Suspect In Non-Fatal ShootingThe Detroit Police Department is seeking tips from the community about a suspect and vehicle involved in a non-fatal shooting.
Celebrating Black History Month Featuring Ralph BuncheCBS 62 & CW50 celebrates Black History Month honoring Ralph Bunche, the first Black person to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950, Bunch won because of his work negotiating peace during the first Arab-Israeli. Bunche was born in Detroit in 1903.
Michigan Matters: DTE, Bishop, United WaySenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks to Jerry Norcia, who runs DTE Energy, about the company’s efforts to keep up with challenges to the state’s power grid worsened by Mother Nature and how the company is helping the community with its philanthropic arm. Bishop Edgar Vann, a well known Detroiter involved in community, politics and business for decades, has written a book about his life.
Detroit Police Search For 2 Carjacking SuspectsPolice in Detroit are seeking the public's help in locating two men accused of carjacking a woman on Jan. 26.
Detroit Police Seek Assistance Identifying Suspects In Aggravated Assault InvestigationThe Detroit Police Department is seeking tips from the public to help identify suspects wanted in connection to an aggravated assault in Detroit.
Detroit Police Seek Tips In Non-Fatal Gas Station StabbingThe Detroit Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a suspect connected to a non-fatal stabbing at a gas station.
Michigan Matters: Women 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain gets a read of how women are faring in leadership roles at Michigan companies as she talks to Terry Barclay of Inforum, which is releasing its new report on the issue to us as an exclusive. Also appearing is Carey Oven, Managing Partner – Deloitte Center for Board Effectiveness, Leslie Murphy, of Murphy Consulting and Carla Bailo of CAR, who wrote a book about it with Terry Barclay as they interviewed over 70 top femaleaAuto executives.
Police Seek Suspect Who Killed 64-Year-Old Man In Fatal Shooting At Detroit MarketPolice are seeking assistance locating a suspect in connection to a homicide at a market in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Mobility RevolutionSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain discusses mobility revolution and how electric cars, drones and planes will evolve with Mujeeb Ijaz of ONC, Trevor Pawl, Chief Mobility Officer of Michigan, Brett Adcock of Archer Aviation, and Glenn Stevens, of MICHAuto who share latest developments.
Michigan Matters: 2022 PoliticsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain discusses politics with Lavora Barnes, chair, Michigan Democratic Party, Rocky Raczkowski, chair, Oakland County Republican Party, David Dulio, Director of Oakland University Center for Civic Engagement, and Matt Grossmann, Director, MSU’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research appear to talk about a blockbuster political year in Michigan and the road ahead.
Police Seek Assistance After Amazon Driver Carjacked In Detroit, 110 Packages StolenThe Detroit Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a suspect who carjacked an Amazon delivery driver.
Michigan Matters: MarygroveMICHIGAN MATTERS – Airs Sunday, Jan. 2 @ 8 am on CBS 62. The site of Marygrove College which was shuttered in 2019 but finding new life an early education/community facility supported by Kresge Foundation, PNC Bank, University of Michigan, city of Detroit and others as we talk with Tom Lewand, CEO, Marygrove Conservancy; Richard DeVore, Regional President for Detroit and Southeastern Michigan at PNC and Wendy Lewis Jackson, Managing Director for the Detroit Program at The Kresge Foundation; about this massive community effort. PNC Bank unveils on show it will finance $57.5 million to support children along with Kresge in the Livernois-McNichols neighborhood.
Michigan Matters: Dorothy Zehnder and End of the YearMICHIGAN MATTERS – Airs Sunday, Dec. 26 @ 8 am on CBS 62. As we wind down 2021—a fascinating conversation with 100-year-old Dorothy Zehnder, working 6 days as she oversees Frankenmuth’s famous Bavarian Inn. Then entrepreneur Denise Ilitch and Peter Bhatia,Editor & Vice President, of Detroit Free Press, talk about 2021 and the year that was.
Eye On Detroit - Detroit Holiday MarketsThe Downtown Detroit Markets and Cadillac Lodge are in full swing in downtown Detroit. Local stores are set up and ready for those last minute gifts now through December 31st.
Michigan Matters: Oxford School ShootingSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain checks in with Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard, WWJ Newsradio 950 News Director Rob Davidek and Bridge Michigan Associate Editor Ron French about the Oxford School Shooting rampage and how the region picks up the piece.
16-Year-Old Red Panda Euthanized At Detroit Zoo Due To Decline In HealthOn Monday, Dec. 6, the Detroit Zoo announced that a 16-year-old red panda has been euthanized due to a rapid decline in health. Katie Johnston reports.
Michigan Matters: EntertainmentSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Mike Skill, singer/guitarist of the Romantics, who has new album out about Detroit, then Ray Klausen, Production Designer for television and Set Designer for theatre, just moved to Detroit and has a new book out working on 400 different marquee productions involving Bob Hope, Prince, Cher, Smother Brothers and more.
Michigan Football Team To Wear Jersey Patch To Honor Oxford High School Shooting VictimsThe Michigan football team will wear patches on their uniforms to honor the Oxford High School shooting victims. Katie Johnston reports.
Prosector Rules Fireworks-Related Death Of NHL Goalie Kivlenieks AccidentalThe Oakland County Prosecutor's Office announced that no criminal charges will be filed in the fireworks-related death of Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Matiss Kivlenieks at a Novi home during a party on July 4. Katie Johnston reports.