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United Airlines Drops Flight Change FeeUnited Airlines Drops Flight Change Fee
Fast Track Vaccine: FDA Commissioner Says He's Willing To Bypass Federal ApprovalFast Track Vaccine: FDA Commissioner Says He's Willing To Bypass Federal Approval
University Of Michigan Students Returned To In-Person Classes MondayUniversity Of Michigan Students Returned To In-Person Classes Monday
MGM Grand Detroit Cuts Affects Nearly 1,100 Furloughed Workers Due To PandemicMGM Grand Detroit Cuts Affects Nearly 1,100 Furloughed Workers Due To Pandemic
3 Children Injured In Pontiac Drive-By Shooting3 Children Injured In Pontiac Drive-By Shooting
Detroit Public Officials Honor Fallen Fire Sgt. Sivad JohnsonDetroit Public Officials Honor Fallen Fire Sgt. Sivad Johnson
Detroit’s Covid-19 Memorial, Families Say Final GoodbyesDetroit’s Covid-19 Memorial, Families Say Final Goodbyes
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.
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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.
Whitmer Sends Two National Guard Companies To Aid Wisconsin In Handling Protests Over Jacob BlakeGovernor Whitmer has approved two national guard Companies to help Wisconsin handle its protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Whitmer Orders Flags To Lower To Sivad Johnson, Veteran Detroit Firefighter Who Drown Trying To Save Three GirlsGovernor Whitmer orders the lowering of state and u-s flags to honor sergeant Sivad Johnson on Saturday.
Bail Denied For Kenneth Durell, Suspect In Quadruple Shooting in PontiacThe bond for the suspect in a quadruple shooting in Pontiac has been denied.
Michigan Suspends Two Southfield Paramedics Who Mistakenly Pronounced Timesha Beauchamp DeadMichigan has suspended the licenses of two paramedics at the scene of a woman who was mispronounced as dead.
$25M Grant Awarded To Buy PPE’s For Michigan’s Medical FacilitiesA $25m grant will go toward PPE for Michigan's medical facilities.
Department of Justice is Asking Michigan to Hand Over COVID-19 DataThe US Department of Justice is asking Michigan and several other states to hand over COVID-19 data.
Ford Donates 450,000 Masks to Detroit Public SchoolsFord motor company is donating nearly 450,000 face masks to Detroit Public Schools as they make their return
Detroit Teachers Union and School District Reach Agreement To Start SchoolAfter weeks of negotiations, the Detroit Federation of Teachers union and the district have come to an agreement on a return to school plan.
Arts Beats And Eats Kicks Off Beats Go On, Virtual PerformancesCovid-19 may have canceled this year’s Arts, Beats, and Eats, but organizers say the event is too important to the community and artist to just let go, so they changed things up a bit.
Fire Squad 1 Remembers Their Own, Sgt. Sivad JohnsonIt’s been a somber week at Fire Engine 59. A place where many memories were made with Detroit Fire Sgt. Sivad Johnson.
Police Seek Suspect Involved In Fatal Shooting On Detroit's Southwest SidePolice Seek Suspect Involved In Fatal Shooting On Detroit's Southwest Side