Jazz, Poetry and Autism Awareness – CBS Detroit
Community Connect: jazz, poetry and autism awarenessOn this week’s Community Connect – We highlight a variety of topics across several different communities. We seek to show our appreciation to our city’s jazz and poetry communities, while raising awareness for autism on World Autism Day.
First weather forecast April 2, 2022 (Today)The sun starts the day, but the rain will end it. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter will tell you when to expect wet weather. For more weather information, go to cbsdetroit.com/weather
Detroit city officials celebrate the opening of a black-owned pizzeriaThe Detroit Pizza Bar, a 4,500 square foot black-owned business on McNichols, officially opens on April 8.
Michigan Chronicle’s 2022 Women of Excellence Awards Recognize Business and Community LeadersThe Michigan Chronicle paid tribute to pioneering African-American women in their industries.
Detroit Tigers opening day expected to attract 40,000 fansThe Detroit Tigers are ready to roll out the orange carpet and welcome fans back on opening day for the official start of the spring season in Detroit.
New vehicles must average 40 Mpg by 2026, up from 24 Mpg previouslyNew vehicles sold in the United States will have to average at least 40 miles per gallon of gasoline in 2026 under new rules unveiled by the government on Friday.
Ford recalls 737K vehicles to repair oil leaks and trailer brakesFord is issuing two recalls covering more than 737,000 vehicles to fix oil leaks and trailer brake systems that won’t work.
Jury gets case of 4 men charged in Governor Whitmer kidnapping plotA prosecutor urged jurors on Friday to convict four men in a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, saying they were ‘rage-filled’ anti-government extremists bent on starting a civil war in the final weeks of the election polarizing generals of 2020. .
First weather forecast April 1, 2022 (Tonight)Calm conditions this evening with mostly clear skies and cool temperatures. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has good news to look forward to when you wake up Saturday morning! For more weather information, go to cbsdetroit.com/weather
First weather forecast April 1, 2022 (Today)Rather cloudy skies and cool temperatures today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter tells us when we could see sunshine! Visit cbsdetroit.com/weather for more weather information.
Question of the day on the family quarrel! 4-01Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!
Chris Rock adds second Detroit show ‘due to overwhelming demand’Comedian Chris Rock is adding a second show to his “Ego Death World Tour 2022” in Detroit due to high demand, 313 Presents reported Wednesday.
Passport applications with the ‘X’ gender marker option will be available from April 11U.S. citizens will have the option to select “X” when identifying their gender on U.S. passport applications beginning in April and on other documents, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday.
John Shippen Golf Invitational returns to Michigan and spotlights black golfersThe John Shippen National Golf Invitational is back and expanding to new markets in hopes of getting more black representation.
Colin Kaepernick named honorary captain for Michigan spring gameThe University of Michigan football team announced Wednesday that Colin Kaepernick has been named honorary captain for Saturday’s Maize and Blue Spring Game.
Plans to revamp historic United Artists building to market rate and affordable apartmentsA $75 million makeover is coming to a vacant downtown structure.
Biden announces release of oil reserves, urges oil companies to do their part to lower gas pricesPresident Joe Biden on Thursday announced an unprecedented release of oil from U.S. reserves and several steps his administration is taking to punish oil companies for not increasing production from unused leases on federal lands.
Defense rests in trial of 4 men in Governor Whitmer kidnapping plotDefense attorneys quickly closed their case on Thursday after one of four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer repeatedly said “absolutely not” when asked if he agreed to remove it before the 2020 election.
High winds cause thousands of power outages in MichiganAbout 65,000 homes and businesses in Southeast Michigan lost power after high winds swept through parts of the state.
Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-31Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!
The world’s largest bouncy house is coming to the Detroit metro in JuneThe world’s largest bouncy house returns to Michigan this year.