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Body found in lake may be missing Ypsilanti woman

A body pulled from a lake in Washtenaw County is being examined to determine if it's a woman who disappeared a year ago.

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Defenders special: Bashara: The Verdict

Watch the Local 4 special "Defenders: Bashara: The Verdict." Bob…

Ex-Inkster officer seen on video beating driver faces key...

A police officer charged in the bloody beating of a Detroit-area…

Floyd Dent settles suit with city of Inkster for $1.4...

Given the choice, Dent would rather be broke and never have had this…

Paige Renkoski: 25 years later

Paige Renkoski: 25 years later

It was 25 years ago this weekend that Paige Renkoski disappeared.

Defenders: Where are the jobs in Detroit's neighborhoods?

Many have given up hope that they can get a good job.

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School zone speeders caught on camera

Sheiko Elementary School on Walled Lake Road is a typical elementary…

Stony Creek speeders: A major problem

Since the tragic crash that killed three high school students,…

Some neighborhoods forgotten in Detroit's revitalization

There is much to brag about in the city of Detroit, but at the same…

Defenders: The latest in the Roksana Sikorski case

The Local 4 Defenders have the new twists in the case of a Plymouth…

Kilpatrick cries broke in letter to judge

Kilpatrick is fighting the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's…

City leaders announced the meeting is merely an update on the case -- a decision on the disciplinary actions won't come until the end of the week.

Inkster council holds special meeting to discuss police...

City leaders announced the meeting is merely an update on the case -…

Oakland County prosecutor opens up about racist bullying...

Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper says she was stunned when…

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