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Frosty Saturday morning, warmer holiday weekend

The 2015 Memorial Day Weekend is here. Thank you for all of America's soldiers, past and present, and your…

Frost Advisory in southeast Michigan

This includes Macomb, Oakland, Saint Clair, Sanilac, Lapeer, Livingston and Genesee counties.

Mike Babcock says goodbye to Detroit

He fought back tears as spoke at Joe Louis Arena

Man shot mowing lawn in west Detroit

At about 10 a.m. Friday, Vee Easley was cutting the grass and getting the backyard ready for a weekend party. That's when another man fired one gunshot from the alley.

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Woman hit as out-of-control SUV slams into tanning salon

The white SUV crashed into the front of Chili Peppers Tanning.

Chad Tough Foundation hosts garage sale

You've seen the CHADTOUGH sign outside the Carr house ever since 4-year-old Chad was diagnosed with a pediatric brain tumor last year.

Farmington Hills police: Goat owner found

The animal was found by a passerby in a subdivision near 13 Mile and Orchard Lake roads.

Woman fights attacker after leaving work

A Redford woman was mugged while leaving work at a Family Dollar store Wednesday night, but she was able to fight back—possibly preventing an even worse crime.

Phony cops bust into Detroit home, rob woman at gunpoint

These robbers had a game plan: Pretend to be Detroit police officers.

Report: Feds find criminal wrongdoing with GM's ignition coverup

Department of Justice has reportedly identified criminal wrongdoing with General Motors' failure to disclose an ignition defect.

Detroit police release sketch of man wanted in attempted abductions

Detroit police have released the sketch of a man suspected in four separate reports of attempted abductions.

Oakland County passes short-term roads fix

The Board of Commissioners moved $2 million to a one-time expenditure for short-term road repair.

Milford Police help students pay for prom

Milford Police contacted local businesses and asked them to donate various services and necessities such as flowers, transportation, make-up and even the tickets - were taken care of for students who couldn’t afford it.

Martinez's homer lifts Tigers to 6-2 win

J.D. Martinez hit a three-run homer and Alfredo Simon pitched seven strong innings as the Detroit Tigers beat the Houston Astros 6-2 Friday night.

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Salmonella outbreak may be caused by raw tuna

Raw tuna, mostly from sushi, may be at the heart of a recent salmonella outbreak that stretches across nine states.

Paige Renkoski: 25 years later

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

Senator Virgil Smith appears in court

Michigan State Senator Virgil Smith is charged with assaulting his ex-wife and firing shots at her 2015 Mercedes Benz.

Sunshine Friday with warm holiday weekend

That cool front will have a minor impact on our temps today.

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Netflix to wish you 'A Very Murray Christmas' this December

Move over Rudolph and Frosty, here comes Bill Murray.

Netflix announced on Friday that the comedic actor will star in "A Very Murray Christmas" on the service this upcoming December.

According to the company, the hour-long special will be "an homage t...


Is the party over for real estate investing?

Real estate has been one of the best performing assets since President Barack Obama took office.

No, we're not talking about regular people's homes. The biggest gains have come from so-called real estate investment trusts -- REITs for short.

REITs are compani...

Photo of breastfeeding model takes cover of Elle

Australian model Nicole Trunfio is creating a lot buzz for her cover photo on Elle Australia.

Family found a way to share their Will with the world

It started with a simple action on the way to a family crisis.

Shelby home robbed by fake water worker

A man posing as a water department worker talked his way into and then robbed a Shelby Township home.

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Recipes: Memorial Day menu swaps

Local 4 is helping you get ready to cook for Memorial Day this weekend.


Ireland awaits same-sex marriage vote count

Irish voters went to the polls Friday to decide whether to change the country's constitution to allow same-sex marriage.

Counting will start Saturday morning, with the result due by the end of the day.

It's a landmark referendum that, if passed, would ...

Takata declares 33.8M vehicle air bags defective

Air bag maker Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective.


London's most happening neighborhoods

Visitors to Britain's sprawling capital often complain that they never get to experience any of the sprawl.

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Free mental safe houses open in New York City

A new program is taking an innovative approach to helping New York adults with mental health issues and those who may be on the brink of a psychiatric crisis.

Parachute NYC, a federally funded project more than two years in the making, has created res...

McCann walkoff HR lifts Tigers over Astros

David Price struck out a season-high 12 batters Thursday afternoon, but the Tigers blew a 5-0 lead and needed a walkoff home run from James McCann in the bottom of the 11th to win the series opener over the Houston Astros.


'19 Kids and Counting' episodes yanked over scandal

The popular reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" was yanked off the air Friday following revelations that one of the show's stars had molested several girls when he was a teenager.

TLC, which has televised the show since 2008, decided it would not b...

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Local grandmother sending miracles overseas

Monday at 11 p.m. - See how she's recruiting local students to create a Force 4 Good.

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