WHPS-CD, virtual and UHF digital channel 15, is a low-powered Class A independent television station serving Detroit, Michigan, United States that is licensed to Highland Park. The station is owned by HME Equity Fund II. The station broadcasts from its studios at the corner of Victor and Brush Streets (near the intersection of Woodward Avenue and the Davison Freeway) in Highland Park, with its transmitter located near Burt Road and Capitol Avenue in the Weatherby section of Detroit, shared with radio stations WMUZ-FM and WCHB.
WHPS-CD is available nationwide through online streaming and on Roku and Xfinity channel 91 in Highland Park, Hamtramck, and most of Detroit (except for the southern portion of the Detroit neighborhood of Boynton).
Until December 4, 2014, the then-W33BY was also the only remaining American station in the Metro Detroit area to still broadcast only in analog. On April 23, 2014, the station had announced that LocusPoint Networks was beginning procedures to purchase it, making it a sister station to WDWO-CD (channel 18) and potential sister to WUDT-LD (channel 23), if that station is allowed to be sold from Daystar to LocusPoint. The sale closed successfully.