15 years ago, before the term "viral video" was commonplace, Detroit artist T-Baby spun a global hit called "It's So Cold in the D". On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark and Annie Scaramuzzino talk to the artist about how the song changed her life. (PHOTO Credit: T-Baby)
The DIA's Van Gogh exhibit features some of his most famous works, like "Starry Night." But it's "The Novel Reader" that has the DIA facing a lawsuit. On this Daily J, WWJ's Brian Fisher explores why a Brazilian man claims he is the piece's rightful owner, and how the world of stolen art works. (Credit: Kathy Kieliszewski / USA TODAY NETWORK)
Seven people were arrested in Macomb County Tuesday, accused of trying to steal brand new Dodge Ram trucks off of the assembly lot. In a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark wonders why this keeps happening, and looks at what is and isn't being done to stop it. (PHOTO: Scott Olson/Getty)
Editor's Note: Today's episode originally ran in September ----- During the time of the Underground Railroad, Detroit was given the codename Midnight. While the Underground Railroad is long gone, on a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark explores the lasting mark abolitionists left on the City of Detroit. (PHOTO: Kimberly P. Mitchell/USA TODAY NETWORK)
Now that the Democrats control the legislature in Lansing, they have begun to move on their 2023 agenda. One of the highlights? Tax breaks. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark looks at from where that relief might come, and who could benefit. (PHOTO: Robert Killips/Lansing State Journal/USA TODAY NETWORK)
Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD and Seasonal Depression, tends to become a popular topic in the colder months, in Michigan and elsewhere. But it is much more serious than just 'winter blues'. On this Daily J, WWJ's Brian Fisher explores the causes of SAD, and why it may not be as simple as one may think. (Photo credit: Getty)
Earlier this month, a man nicknamed the "Michigan Monster" was arrested and charged with over 20 counts of human trafficking. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark heads to the front lines to see what the fight against trafficking looks like. (PHOTO: Genesee County Sheriff)
Police are reporting a sharp rise in thefts of Kia and Hyundai vehicles, specifically those made between 2010 and 2021. Why? On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark learns that it's a combination of outdated technology and social media. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
When it comes to a vacation or an escape, there are few places more popular for Michiganders than the state's relatively ambiguous 'Up North' region. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark attempts to define 'Up North.' (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Every EV has an on board charger that converts AC to DC. But a company called Elite Power out of Toronto found a way to remove that charger, allowing EVs to charge 3x faster! WWJ's John McElroy has more.
Many companies are realizing remote work is here to stay, but hammering out the exact policy is still a source of tension for employers and their workers. WWJ's Murray Feldman has more.
Sleep is vital to everyday health. But data shows that over 100 million Americans aren't getting enough nightly rest. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark looks at what's preventing a good night's sleep and what can be done to overcome restless nights. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
The Sheriff's Department has seized the car believed to be involved in the crash along Rochester Road that left 22-year old Benjamin Kable dead on New Year's Day. WWJ's Chris Keyzer has the details. A major drug bust in Detroit has led to the arrest of two people believed to be responsible for causing multiple overdoses across the area, and one death. (Credit: WWJ)
The Mega Millions jackpot is just shy of $940 million. That much money is life changing, but experts say the first thing you should do with your money is...nothing. On this Daily J, WWJ's Brian Fisher looks into how the lottery system works, and how you can make sure you don't lose it all after you win it all. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty)
A new member of the Michigan Supreme Court is sparking controversy for hiring an ex-convict as a clerk in her office. WWJ's Charlie Langton has more. Detroit Police and the FBI are working at a home on the eastside last night following the discovery of a body in a shallow grave. (Credit: Charlie Langton/WWJ)
A 32-year-old Detroit man has been charged with domestic violence after he was seen forcing his former girlfriend into a van on Christmas Day. In a video, that went viral, showed Quintin Dorrough forcing the 39-year-old victim into the van. Crime in Oakland County increased slightly last year. In 2022, there were a total of 37 homicides in the county, which is two more than the year prior. (Credit: Getty)
Since it was founded in 1957, Oakland University in Rochester has been growing and then some. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark explores the life of the school's founder, Matilda Wilson, and the impact the university has had on the region. (PHOTO: Oakland University)
Instead of getting a possible playoff preview, those who tuned in to Monday Night Football saw one of the scariest things to ever happen on a field. Damar Hamlin, 24, collapsed and needed life saving measures. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark digs into just how rare Hamlin's condition is. (PHOTO: Kareem Elgazzar/USA Today Sports)
Two suspects are behind bars in connection with an officer-involved shooting Monday afternoon in Warren. After the suspect crashed into another vehicle, the man and a woman who was with him jumped out and started running. Police say the male suspect, a convicted felon, pointed a gun at officers, who returned fire. Three people are dead in a murder-suicide on Detroit's eastside. WWJ's Kyle Kimball has the details.
During the holiday season, the Daily J will be sharing our favorite episodes, as selected by the WWJ Digital Team. Today's episode is originally from October. New episodes return 1/3/23! ------ The Two Way Inn lays claim to being Detroit's oldest bar, pouring drinks through prohibition dating back to 1876. It also might be Detroit's most haunted bar. On a Spooky J edition of the Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark and Annie Scaramuzzino soak up the ghost stories at a Detroit institution. (PHOTO: Zach Clark/WWJ)
This week, the Daily J will be sharing our favorite episodes, as selected by the WWJ Digital Team. Today's episode is originally from August. ------ Michigan Central Station is one of Detroit's most visible landmarks, partially because it became a symbol for the city's failure. With what some say is a renaissance underway in the Motor City, the train station is again on its way to being a beacon of hope. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark covers the checkered past of the Corktown landmark. (PHOTO: Jeff Gilbert/WWJ)
A woman was shot and killed Thursday night in a parking lot on Detroit's west side. WWJ's Ryan Marshall says the suspect, who remains at large, took off in the victim's SUV. Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit Police or Crimestoppers. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
This week, the Daily J will be sharing our favorite episodes, as selected by the WWJ Digital Team. Today's episode is originally from August. ------ There are few feelings like the feeling of being "home". For millions of Metro Detroiters, the Uniroyal Tire on I-94 in Allen Park is a beacon, welcoming them back from Detroit Metro Airport. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark and Annie Scaramuzzino, unearth the origin story behind the legendary landmark. (PHOTO: Terrance Vails)