Annual ‘Menorah In The D’ Event Kicks Off In Metro Detroit

(CBS Detroit) — To mark the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, a giant Menorah was lit in downtown Detroit. The 11th annual “Menorah in the D” event kicked off Sunday, which is also when the holiday started. READ MORE: Porch Pirates: Tips On Keeping Packages Safe From Thieves This Holiday Season For the next eight days, a … Read more

Quebec confirms first case of new COVID-19 Omicron variant

MONTREAL — Quebec’s health minister announced Monday the province has confirmed its first case of the new COVID-19 variant known as Omicron that has spread to several countries and put health officials around the world on heightened alert.  Minister Christian Dubé made the announcement at a press conference in Montreal alongside Dr. Horacio Arruda, the … Read more

Michigan Matters: EV’s Supercharging Impact Across Metro Detroit

Southfield (CBS Detroit) – As the electric vehicle revolution unfolds,  companies, suppliers and organizations are adjusting as Joseph Grace, Vice President, Head of Physical and Functional Design & Integration, Stellantis; Vuk Milojkovic, CEO, BASF Toda America LLC; Glenn Stevens, Executive Director, MICHauto and Vice President, Automotive & Mobility Initiatives at Detroit Regional Chamber; and Rod Alberts, … Read more

Shop Local: Small Business Saturday offers big boon for local stores

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – It’s a busy weekend for businesses everywhere. On Small Business Saturday, local businesses in San Marco and across the area encourage patrons to shop mall. According to the 2020 Small Business Development Centers, there are more than 2.5 million small businesses in Florida employing 3.4 million people across the state. They are … Read more

Volunteers wash laundry for those in need Saturday at the beaches

Volunteers washed and dried loads of laundry Saturday for those in need in the Jacksonville area with a pop-up laundry service on Mayport Road. The free event, which also took place in Tampa, was put on at Veterans Coin Laundry by the nonprofit Current Initiatives. Organizers said too often, families are forced to choose between … Read more

Quebec COVID-19 cases soar with 1,171 new infections on Saturday, most since April

MONTREAL — For the second day in a row, Quebec reported over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases when the health ministry said 1,171 more people have tested positive for the virus. It is the highest daily increase in cases since April 30 when the Quebec Institute of Public Health (INSPQ) reported the same number of new … Read more

Ontario still in fourth virus wave, likely to continue through winter, top doc says

TORONTO — Ontario’s rising COVID-19 infection curve is a continuation of the fourth wave that started earlier in September, and not the start of a fifth wave, the province’s top doctor said Thursday as he warned that the upward trend would continue. Chief medical officer of health Dr. Kieran Moore said case counts never got … Read more

CBS Evening News, November 25, 2021

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11th Annual Food For Thanks Event Feeds Over 100 People

(CBS DETROIT) – It took more than just ingredients to prepare this meal. The cooks in the kitchen say the secret spice is love. READ MORE: Here Are Some Jimmy Hoffa Theories After Tip Leads FBI Search To New Jersey “This comes straight from our kitchen, you know what I’m saying,” said Anne Lynn, an organizer … Read more

Michigan DNR Hosting Annual Toy Collection Event, Expanding To Multiple Cities

(CBS Detroit) — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is hosting its annual Stuff a Truck holiday toy collection through Dec. 11. Officials say the event has expanded this year and conservation officers will be accepting toys at locations in Chesterfield, Clare, Detroit, Dundee, Gaylord, Muskegon, Plainwell, Saginaw and Traverse City. READ MORE: Son Fatally … Read more