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Life Remodeled is spending this week cleaning up the area around Cooley High School.
The University of Michigan is banning the use of all tobacco products on all campuses effective Nov. 17.
Phase 1 of the $45 million Renew Detroit home repair program began and applications for Phase 2 of the program are open from Saturday, Oct. 1 through Monday, Oct. 31.
According to the Michigan Nurses Association, the union voted last week on the new contract that will run through March 31, 2026, and includes a $273 million package.
Police are investigating after a Pontiac man was found dead early Monday morning.
Jamie Greene Kaniarz, Executive Director of Defeat the Label, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss bullying, its impacts on people in schools and communities, and what is being done to address these issues.
Aaron Schillinger, writer, director and editor of "Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry Tale," joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the films purpose and how he found an interest in covering this historic story.
Summer Ritner, COO of Belle Isle Conservancy and Director of the Belle Isle Aquarium, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the conservancy's role in operating Belle Isle and the significance of re-opening the Belle Isle Aquarium.
Jennifer Jones, Artistic Board President, and Greg Ruvolo, Artistic Board President-Elect, for the Birmingham Village Players, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the 100th season of the Birmingham Village Players.
Lisa Radtke, Executive Director of ALS of Michigan, joins Lisa Germani on "Community Connect" to discuss the realities of ALS, how ALS of Michigan provides help, and the events they put on to raise funds for the community.
It was not a debate, per se, but the two candidates running for governor stopped by CBS Detroit to appear on "Michigan Matters" and answer questions about key issues.
It's a show celebrating community champions as the three Shining Light Award honorees selected this year – Gilda Jacobs, Kirk Mayes and Charity Dean – appear on "Michigan Matters" to talk about it and their efforts to lift our region.
Every time Amy Johnson turns on the water, she is thinking about her water bill. It's $13,000. How is that even possible?
It was an afternoon of sipping beer on the Detroit River outside of the Belle Isle Boat House and it was for a good cause, to raise money to go towards restoring it.
Ann Arbor police are investigating a group that distributed anti-Semitic flyers across the city.
Everybody vs. Stigma week highlights mental health education and wellness at Northville High School
The city of Flint is entering its final phase of lead service line replacement.
In an effort to attract and retain police officers, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Police Chief James White announced a deal that will boost officer pay.
The renovation is part of the GCH After Care Program, designed to help recovering addicts transition into a life of independence.
Volunteers and supplies from all over the country are moving in to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
There's a reason why we should transplant our flowers and plant flower bulbs in the fall. Meteorologist Karen Carter heads to Oudolf Garden Detroit to find out the science behind why planting in the fall makes our perennial gardens bloom better in the spring.