Here’s the inside story on: “Going 4 It: The Inside Story of the Rise of WDIV,” which will air Friday, November 4th at 9 p.m.
The Renaissance Center has dominated Detroit's skyline since its completion in 1977.
Meteorologist Sonny Eliot hosted a weekly TV program called "At the Zoo," a 17-year series, in which he reported the weather as he traveled around the zoo and talked about the animals.
Where can Metro Detroiters ride in a Model-T or go on a carriage ride, practice basket weaving and play traditional games, have a taste of old-style candy and get a 19th century school lesson all in one day?
This 1962 WWJTV special on the Detroit Institute of Arts, appropriately titled "A Visit to the Institute of Arts," takes a look inside the museum with director of communications John D. Morse.
A police raid of a blind pig at the corner of 12th Street and Clairmount Avenue on Sunday, July 23, 1967 was the catalyst of one of the deadliest and most destructive riots in U.S. history.