Arab-American Legacy – CBS Detroit

Community Connect: Arab-American heritageAt this week’s Community Connect, we honor Arab American Heritage Month with personal stories of growth and learn how the community is spreading its culture to the world.

First weather forecast April 23, 2022 (Today)It’s going to look like summer today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us if we can expect this weather all weekend. For more weather, visit cbsdetroit.com/weather

Sill Hall Labs at Eastern Michigan University named after top business leadersEastern Michigan University is honoring two prominent business leaders, dedicating two labs in its newly renovated Engineering and Technology Complex.

Pistons, CODE313 hosts ‘STEAM SLAM’ to expose students to technology and tech careersOn Friday, the Detroit Pistons Performance Center in Midtown was transformed into a tech haven.

Matthew and Kelly Stafford Return to Detroit for Education Center Grand OpeningFormer Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and his wife Kelly returned to Detroit on Friday to help open a new education center.

Building that housed green slime to be demolished in Madison HeightsMadison Heights Mayor Roslyn Grafstein said that although Electro-Plating Services made headlines in December 2019 following a chemical spill on Interstate 696, the company has raised concerns in the city for years.

Mourners will gather at Patrick Lyoya’s funeral today in Grand RapidsMourners will gather Friday at the funeral of Patrick Lyoya, a black man who was shot in the back of the neck after a traffic stop and a struggle with a white police officer in Michigan.

Weather science: weather, climate, Earth DayWeather science: weather, climate, Earth Day

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-22Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan DNR: Temporary bird feeder removal could reduce bird flu spreadA Michigan wildlife expert says removing outdoor bird feeders could help reduce the spread of bird flu.

DFD launches ‘Operation Save A Live,’ installing free smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in DetroitWith ladders in hand, members of the Detroit Fire Department went door to door in the Martin Park neighborhood today, with a mission in mind.

13 Nassar victims demand $130 million from the FBI for a failed investigationThirteen victims of Larry Nassar’s sexual assault are asking the FBI for $10 million each, claiming that a botched investigation by agents led to further abuse by the sports doctor, lawyers said Thursday.

Ethan Crumbley set for September 6 trial in Oxford school shootingA judge on Thursday set a September 6 trial date for a teenager charged with murder and other crimes in the Oxford high school shooting that killed four students.

Network launched to help resettle refugees in Metro DetroitA local non-profit organization is working to create a coalition for refugees seeking to settle in America.

Public invited to enjoy 2 million blooming daffodils in Detroit, city plans to plant 500,000 this fallThe City of Detroit invites the public to enjoy the 2 million daffodils now blooming around the city.

Detroit police are searching for a suspect after a fatal shooting near Grand River, HubbellPolice are seeking advice on a fatal shooting that occurred in Detroit, in the Grand River and Hubbell area.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-21Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan Partners with NPS to Improve Accessibility to National ParksThe State of Michigan and the National Park Service (NPS) are partnering to improve access to national parks in the region.

Autism and Special Needs Play Place offers quality of life programs, helps participants gain independenceIt might seem like you are in a magical place where kids can come and have a great time when you enter The Autism and Special Needs Play Place. The place is magical, a place where people with autism and special needs can come and be themselves and not be judged.

Meijer accepts SNAP benefits for online orders in MichiganMeijer announced Tuesday that he will now accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for curbside pickup and delivery orders at all stores in Michigan.

Eligible Michigan families will receive additional food assistance benefits in AprilMichigan families eligible for food assistance benefits should expect to see additional funds arrive this month after the state announced those families will receive an additional $95 monthly payment in April.

Detroit opens applications for unlimited marijuana licenses: what you need to knowThe city of Detroit is accepting applications for unlimited marijuana licenses starting Wednesday.

VIDEO: Body camera footage released after police chase and vehicle theft in Kalamazoo CountyVideo from the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office body camera shows a gun being fired at a group of teenagers, who deputies say were in the midst of a crime spree.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-20Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

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