Eye On Detroit - Put On The Brakes CourseChief Forecaster Karen Carter experiences first-hand the "Put On The Brakes" training course on Belle Isle.
Eye on the Day for Oct 14It's Monday, October 14. Here are the stories we're keeping an eye on: the White House is continuing its troop withdrawal from northern Syria, a Fort Worth police officer shot and killed a black woman inside her home and a new study ranks the best airlines for families.
Eye On Detroit - The History of HalloweenWayne State Professor of Anthropology Andrew Newman explains the history of Halloween and how it all started.
Teacher Pummeled By Student After He Tried To Prevent FightA teacher who was trying to prevent two high school students from fighting landed in the hospital Monday, school officials in Atlanta said. Katie Johnston reports.
Simone Missick: All RiseGet to know the star of CBS's new drama, All Rise. Missick was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - Nicklas LidstromMichigan Matters host Carol Cain sits down with Red Wing legend Nicklas Lidstrom to talk about his new book "The Pursuit of Perfection."
Pumpkin carving safetyAfter the pumpkin patch comes the pumpkin carving! The American Academy of Pediatrics has some pointers on how to safely carve up the Jack-o'-Lantern of your dreams.
Thursday, October 10 Eye on the DayIt's Thursday, October 10. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: Ukraine's president weighs in on his call with President Trump, hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses are without power in CA and Sesame Street takes on the opioid crisis.
Eye on the Day for Wednesday, October 9It's Wednesday, October 9. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: the White House says it's not going to participate in the House impeachment probe, Montgomery, AL elects its first black mayor and Victoria's Secret debuts a new plus-size model.
Eye On Detroit - Put On The BrakesWhen NHRA drag racing star Doug Herbert lost his two young sons, Jon and James, in a tragic car crash in January of 2008, his grief led to his resolve to create a driving program which would help to prevent other families from experiencing similar heartbreak by teaching young drivers more conscientious and confident skills behind the wheel. Herbert wasted no time in putting his mission into motion. Originally, Herbert’s intentions were to train his sons friends and to give them additional advanced behind the wheel skills and increase their decision making ability in a vehicle. In 2008, the first year of B.R.A.K.E.S., Doug focused on training Jon & James's friends and 50 teens were trained. The word soon spread and requests came to Herbert from hundreds of other parents wanting this same type of life saving training for their teen drivers, so Herbert made the decision to expand the program with the new goal of training every teen driver. With the help of Jon & James's friends, he created B.R.A.K.E.S. (Be Responsible and Keep Everyone Safe), a 501(c)3 organization which provides free advanced driver’s education in a program entitled the B.R.A.K.E.S. Teen Pro-Active Driving Curriculum. Thousands of teenagers lose their lives each year across the country in traffic collisions. This staggering number of fatalities can be reduced through the efforts of B.R.A.K.E.S. and its Teen Pro-Active Driving Curriculum.
Michigan Matters: The Children's FoundationOn this week's Michigan Matters, The Children’s Foundation President and CEO Larry Burns talked about the shifting focus of his organization as it grows its imprint across the region.
Eye on the Day Oct 4It's Friday, October 4. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: the former special envoy to Ukraine showed text messages to Congress, "Joker" debuted with heightened security and Uber wants to get you to the airport via helicopter.
Bob Hearts Abishola in DetroitCBS's new hit comedy, Bob Hearts Abishola is set in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Dexter Cider MillKaren Carter visits the Dexter Cider Mill which is the longest continually run Cider Mill in Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - Little Grace VillageChief Forecaster Karen Carter speaks with Pastor Kent Clark about Little Grace Village in Pontiac.
Eye On Detroit - We Run 313Lance Woods and Joe Robinson founded We Run 313. Hundreds of runners gather in Detroit each week to connect, run and build relationships.
Michigan Matters: EMU Basketball CoachEastern Michigan University Men’s Head Basketball Coach Rob Murphy talks to “Michigan Matters” Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain in an exclusive conversation about his upcoming autobiography “Deep”
Eye On Detroit - Motown 60th Anniversary Part 3Lisa Germani sits down with WDET's Ann Delisi to get her thoughts on the impact that Motown had in Detroit and around the world.
Simone Missick: Detroit Born, CBS StarSimone Missick starts in CBS's new series "All Rise."
'I'm Still Here': Man Gets Shocked 34 Times After Heart AttackAn Ohio man who had to be shocked 34 times to stabilize his failing heart is now sharing his near-death experience. Katie Johnston reports.
Eye On Detroit - Motown 60th Anniversary Part 2Lisa Germani sits down with Beth Griffith-Manley, daughter of legendary Funk Brother Johnny Griffith.
Eye On Detroit - Motown 60th Anniversary Part 1Lisa Germani sits down with Raina Baker, Program Manager at the Motown Museum and talks about the history of Motown and the future development plans.
Michigan Matters: Quadrobot and Metropolitan AffairsMike Wang, along with John Manoogian and Joseph Buick, now both board members of Quadrobot, appeared with CBS 62 “”Michigan Matters” Senior Product/Host Carol Cain to talk about the company and its future.
Eye On Detroit - Price Is RightThe Price is Right Contestant search at the Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit.