Seafood lovers will want to dive into the menu at this new Royal Oak restaurant
With oysters and a complimentary cocktail in a chic art-deco-inspired atmosphere, Pearl’s Deep Dive will have you feeling like you took a step back in time to a 1920s dinner party. Michelle Oliver takes us to the new royal oak restaurant to Dine in the D.
There’s a new restaurant in Northville that’s perfect for date night
When you feel like doing it up for a nice night out, you want to go somewhere with an intimate atmosphere, fancy drinks, and of course, some delicious, sophisticated food. That’s what Ryan and Alicia Racine tried to create at Toria, a new restaurant in Northville.
The Ultimate New River Gorge National Park Travel Guide
At the most recently declared national park, the adventure starts and ends with the 1,000-foot-deep New River Gorge. At our newest national park, it starts and ends with the 1,000-foot-deep New River Gorge. The 73,000-acre stretch of rugged canyon in the southeast of West Virginia is home to class IV+ whitewater rafting, some of the best rock climbing on the eastern seaboard, purpose built singletrack, and more than 100-miles of hiking trails that capture the human history and natural beauty of this dramatic part of the country.outsideonline.com
Fears of fourth COVID wave remain as hospitalizations and death continue to drop
Fears of fourth COVID wave remain as hospitalizations and death continue to drop New reported COVID infections fell Saturday, and the number of deaths from virus also continue to drop. There are signs of hope, but health experts say now is not the time for people to let their guard down. Lilia Luciano reportscbsnews.com
Macomb Township man arrested, charged with possessing sexually abusive material of children
MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Macomb Township man has been arrested and charged after an investigation uncovered child sexually abusive material, according to the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office. Officials said a two-count warrant was issued for 42-year-old Michael Snay on aggravated possession of child sexually abusive material and using computers to commit a crime, both of which are felonies. The sheriff’s office Macomb Area Computer Enforcement (MACE) team led the investigation, which began with a tip from the Michigan State Police Internet Crimes Against Children unit. MACE received information that someone was posting sexually abusive images on the internet. Officials said a search warrant was conducted on Feb. 9 at Snay’s home, where laptops, electronic storage devices, pornographic magazines and child erotic stories were found.
White House COVID Response Team plans to use Defense Production Act
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Biden administration announced it plans to use the Defense Production Act to assist in the battle against coronavirus. The Defense Production Act was also used by the Trump administration early in the pandemic to increase the production of ventilators. During a Friday press conference, the White House COVID Response Team revealed details about how the act will be used to aid in three key areas. He said the Defense Production Act will be used to prioritize getting critical supplies for Pfizer, including more filling pumps. The act will also be used to help six suppliers make at-home and point-of-care COVID tests.
Tips on getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Michigan
Many people have expressed frustration with the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Michigan, as well as setting up an appointment. Michigan COVID-19 vaccinations: How to find appointments, info on phasesAdNeal lives in Southfield but is a teacher in Detroit. Teachers are eligible to get vaccinated, so she called Detroit’s COVID-19 vaccination scheduling center (313-230-0505) and things moved quickly. “They emailed my sister and I and let us know that she had the ability to sign up for a vaccination,” Ogeltree said. In the city of Detroit, eligible residents can call to sign up for an appointment at the TCF Center.
Unprecedented security effort in Washington, D.C., ahead of Biden inauguration
Unprecedented security effort in Washington, D.C., ahead of Biden inauguration New video shows rioters threaten members of Congress and Vice President Mike Pence during the assault on the Capitol. This comes as the level of security in Washington, D.C., is at an unprecedented level. Jeff Pegues has the latest.cbsnews.com
U.K. warns a second national lockdown may be needed as COVID-19 cases rise
U.K. warns a second national lockdown may be needed as COVID-19 cases rise More than 40,000 people in Britain have died of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic in March, and cases are rising again. Several other countries in Europe are also seeing a surge. CBS New correspondent Roxana Saberi reports Britain is considering a second national lockdown.cbsnews.com
Detroit Zoo soft reopening Monday before opening to public fully
ROYAL OAK, Mich. – The Detroit Zoo is set to reopen Monday, June 8 after being closed since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. ORIGINAL STORY: Detroit Zoo to reopen June 8 for members, with new procedures in placeIt will be open to members for four days before allowing the general public inside. Thousands of people would visit the Detroit Zoo every day, but now it will be limited to 1,000 with no more than 500 people on the zoo grounds at one time. Detroit Zoo CEO Ron Kagan said they’re taking COVID-19 seriously and want to be careful about reopening. RELATED: Tiger tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) -- what does this mean for our pets?
Detroit Zoo to reopen June 8 for members, with new procedures in place
ROYAL OAK, Mich. – The Detroit Zoo is set to reopen Monday, June 8 after being closed since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Members of the zoo will have an exclusive opportunity to visit during a special four-day reopening period. Also, prior to entering you will be required to show your ID, membership card and digital or printed timed ticket at the zoo’s admission booth. The zoo says it has implemented enhanced cleaning procedures, including in restrooms where attendants will be monitoring capacity limits. To find out more about the zoo’s reopening procedures click here.
WATCH LIVE: Vehicle procession salutes frontline health care workers in Detroit
DETROIT – A vehicle procession to salute frontline healthcare workers will be led by Detroit police on Friday. The procession is set to start from Henry Ford Hospital. Watch live here at 6 p.m.Detroit Police Chief James Craig is expected to speak after the procession.
New video shows Iranian missiles striking Ukrainian jet
Washington New video has emerged, showing two Iranian missiles striking a Ukrainian jetliner last week, killing all 176 people on board. Thirty seconds elapse before a second missile is fired. After the first missile hit the operator in the surface-to-air missile site was not certain that he had brought down the airplane and fired the second missile," Winnefeld said. Video shows Iranian missiles striking a Ukrainian jet last week. But perhaps the biggest mistake was the failure to close Iranian air space to commercial aircraft when air defenses were on high alert.cbsnews.com
Fla. gun shop previously refused to sell to Orlando shooter
New reports indicate Omar Mateen may have tried to buy armor and ammunition from a Florida gun store before the mass shooting and was turned away. The gun store owner says he called the FBI after becoming suspicious of Mateen. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joins CBSn to discuss.cbsnews.com
New video: Inside El Chapo's secret hideout
New video is showing the operation that took Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman down, as well as an inside look into his secret hideout before he was arrested in Mexico. CBS Radio News' Adrienne Bard is based in Mexico City and joins CBSN with the latest.cbsnews.com
Loretta Lynch on police tension, race and making history
New attorney general Loretta Lynch became the top cop in the country and briefed the president on the race riots in Baltimore on her first day in office. A granddaughter of sharecroppers, she grew up in North Carolina surrounded by the issue of race. Lynch sat down with Norah O'Donnell for her first interview in office.cbsnews.com
More women freezing eggs for career, waiting for right partner
More women freezing eggs for career, waiting for right partner New technology is allowing more women to pause their biological clocks and start a family whenever they're ready. Emma Rosenblum is the author of this week's Bloomberg BusinessWeek cover story, "Freeze Your Eggs, Free Your Career." She joins Dr. Jamie Grifo, program director of the NYU Langone Fertility Center, to discuss this trend.cbsnews.com