Family Feud Question of the Day 3-22Watch Family Feud Weeknights @ 7 & 7:30 on CBS 62!
Michigan Matters: Boxing and NFL OfficiatingSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Claressa Shields about being arguably the best female boxer in the world as she wins world titles and is changing the industry for women. Then Sarah Thomas, the first woman to official in the NFL, discusses her career and making it to the top as she just officiated recent Super Bowl.
Detroit Phoenix Center Helping Thousands Of Youth Combat Homelessness And PovertyInside a historic church on Woodward in Detroit’s north end neighborhood lies a sanctuary. Not only one for parishioners, but for at risk youth.
2 More Michigan Men Charged In Jan. 6 Riot At US CapitolTwo more Michigan men were charged Thursday after photos and other evidence showed they were at the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
U.S.-Canada Border Restrictions: Non-Essential Travel Ban Extended Until April 21The U.S.-Canada border closure is being extended. Canada's public safety minister says non-essential travel restrictions have been extended until April 21.
Michigan Reports 3,730 New COVID-19 Cases, 15 Deaths FridayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 3,730 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 15 deaths Friday.
Michigan Restaurant Owner Defying Virus Orders Is ArrestedA western Michigan woman who has defied coronavirus restrictions while operating her restaurant was stopped in her car and arrested before dawn Friday, authorities said.
Community Connect - Jamie BrewerOn this week's Community Connect, we meet the woman who is leading GM’s charge toward an all-electric future, Jamie Brewer, Chief Engineer for the Cadillac LYRIQ.
Today On Drew! Nick Offerman, Fashion Tailoring, Mae Whitman, Kevin Frazier Oscar NominationsToday On Drew! Nick Offerman, Fashion Tailoring, Mae Whitman, Kevin Frazier Oscar Nominations
Governor Whitmer Provides Updates On The COVID-19 Pandemic And ResponseGovernor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Friday morning providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: New Pfizer DataOnce you get the covid vaccine can you still transmit the virus? Thanks to a new Israeli study we may finally have the answer. Researchers found the Pfizer vaccine blocked 94% of asymptomatic infections suggesting it could significantly reduce virus transmission.
Family Feud Question of the Day 3-19Watch Family Feud Weeknights @ 7 & 7:30 On CBS 62!
Women’s History Month: Alyssa Rogers Of The Detroit Community FridgeAlyssa Rogers is doing just that with the Detroit Community Fridge. Rogers teamed up with her friend Emily Eicher to respond to hunger in the pandemic.
Whitmer, Ex-Health Director Robert Gordon Agree To Waive ConfidentialityGov. Gretchen Whitmer's office said Thursday that the state and her former health director amended his $155,000 severance deal to remove a confidentiality clause that had drawn criticism.
Michigan Hospitality Workers To Receive Payments From State's Employee Assistance Grant ProgramHospitality workers in Michigan began receiving payments from the state's employee assistance grant program.
Michigan Reports 2,629 New COVID-19 Cases, 25 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,629 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 25 deaths Thursday.
State Of Michigan Partners With FEMA, Other Agencies For Mass Vaccine Distribution At Ford FieldIt’ll be awhile before fans fill up the seats at Ford Field, but chairs set up in the atrium will soon fill up with Michiganders wanting a COVID-19 vaccine.
New Study Shows Pandemic Has Taken Toll on Teenagers Mental HealthA new national poll highlights the significant toll the pandemic is having on the mental health of teenagers.
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Largest Antibody StudyA major challenge of the pandemic has been determining how many people have been infected with Covid-19. Along with having a shortage of tests for many months, a lot of patients are asymptomatic, meaning they never knew they had the virus. However, thanks to a new study we’re getting a clear sense of how far reaching the virus has been. Researchers at Emory University conducted a national antibody study which was the largest of its kind. Their findings suggest, by the end of October 2020, over 39 million people, or one in eight Americans, had been infected with covid. By comparison, we were officially reporting just over 9 million infections at the end of October, a drastically lower estimation. Reaching herd immunity is critical to stopping the spread of Covid-19. That means around 80% of the population needs to have either been vaccinated fully or infected with the virus. This study suggests we might be closer to that point than we originally thought.
MSU Coach, Tom Izzo, Says ‘We Are Excited To Be Here!’Michigan State Head Basketball coach, Tom Izzo, told reporters that he’s excited to be here.