Family Feud Question of the Day - 11/06/19Family Feud Question of the Day
Election Day 2019: Here’s What Michigan Voters Need To KnowTuesday, Nov. 5 is Election Day. Here’s what you need to know about casting your vote in Michigan. Katie Johnston reports.
Street Beat: Helping HandOn this week’s “Street Beat,” host Lisa Germani learns how helping hands are making a positive push for the future of Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Travel and TourismTourism is huge business in the region and state as Dave Lorenz, Vice President of Travel Michigan, and Debbie Haas, Vice President of Travel at AAA Michigan and 10 other states, appear on CBS 62’s Michigan Matters” 11:30 am this Sunday to talk about its importance.
Eye On Detroit - Fleece and Thank YouFleece & Thank You was inspired by a friend Sophie, 4 years old and battling neuroblastoma. At a time in her life when she should be playing with dolls and meeting new friends, Sophie was taking trips to the hospital to battle one of the toughest forms of childhood cancer- this meant many rounds of difficult chemotherapy treatments involving multiple overnight stays in the hospital. Sophie had her childhood stolen from her, and it is our goal to provide hope and comfort to all children like Sophie facing the disconnection of hospital treatments. Our founder, Nicholas Kristock, saw this disconnection and needed to do something about it, and that is where Fleece & Thank You was born.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 11/05/19Family Feud Question of the Day
Tough As Nails Contestant Search in DetroitPhil Keoghan, host of The Amazing Race, stopped by Detroit to find the toughest contestants in Detroit, for his latest reality television show coming to CBS in 2020 called "Tough as Nails."
Eye On Detroit Forbes Under 30 SummitForbes Under 30 Summit in Detroit
Family Feud Question of the Day - 11/04/19Family Feud Question of the Day
Sweeps Flag football SafetyFlag football is becoming one of the fastest-growing youth sports in the country. Many consider it to be a safer alternative to tackle, but some leagues are now requiring kids to use helmets.
Washington Nationals return homeWINNERS COME HOME: The World Series Champions of 2019, the Washington Nationals, returned home to Washington, D.C. Thursday. The team won the final game of the series Wednesday night 6-2 against the Houston Astros.
Pet costume parade on Capitol HillPUPS ON THE HILL: Capitol Hill staffers dressed up their dogs in costumes Thursday for the annual Halloween pet parade.
Eye on the Day for November 1, 2019It's Friday, November 1. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: the House formalizes the impeachment inquiry into President Trump with a historic vote, students and teachers in Chicago are returning to school after an 11-day strike and McDonald's is bringing back some Happy Meal toy favorites.
NASA helicopter that can fly on MarsNASA is gearing up for a historic flight on Mars. The space agency is sending a small experimental helicopter to the red planet next year and it could change how scientists explore planets in our solar system.
Family Feud Question of the Day - 11/01/19Family Feud Question of the Day
Jack O' Lantern BlazeCheck out these designs created with more than 7,000 pumpkins.
Chocolate fashion showModels at a Paris fashion show walked the catwalk wearing an unusual material...chocolate! Here's a look at the sugary designs from Tuesday's event.
World's largest bat colony text on screenBats have long been associated with Halloween, but they're more than just spooky creatures that fly at night. It turns out they have a major impact on agriculture and tourism. Here's a look at the world's largest bat colony just outside of San Antonio, Texas.
Make a forest your final resting placeThere is a unique alternative for people who don't want to be buried in a cemetery. A California company is making it possible for people to choose a tree in a forest as their final resting place.
Eye On Detroit - C.A.T.S.C.A.T.S. (Companion Animals Touching Seniors) offers seniors the opportunity to foster a cat. The program lasts two months, in which we provide all the necessary supplies to care for the cat. When the foster period ends, the senior has the chance to adopt the cat. The only fee they are asked to cover is $7.50 for the license. If you are interested in this program, please contact Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center.