- There's so much to see and do inside Cobo Hall at this year's North American International Auto Show. As you're there checking out the latest and greatest rides - don't forget to eat. FOX 2 got a look at what's on the menu. How many people do you feed for football Sunday at your house? Think of 800,000 people. That's the number of people that will be coming to Cobo to check out the cars. But their appetite isn't just on the auto show floor, it will also be elsewhere.
- WEB UPDATE: The U.S. House voted to avert a shutdown just before 8 p.m., the Senate outlook is unclear. A government shutdown is looming without a budget solution. The last shutdown was in 2013 and it lasted for two weeks. So how would this impact you? A government shutdown would affect anyone wanting to get a gun who doesn't have a Concealed Pistol License. At Action Impact Firearms in Southfield, the impact would be for new gun buyers.
- Downstairs at the NAIAS auto show features new tech and mobilityIt's not a car, it's not a truck, it's an aircraft at the North American International Auto Show. "We need a 40 by 40-foot area to take off and land," said Jon Rimanelli, of AirspaceX. "For about $75 per seat, per person for every 15 minutes you can transport between cities, airports and suburbs." Rimanelli is talking about his AirSpaceX. The model on display is about 1/3rd the size of the actual craft he has designed.
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