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Woman robbed in Royal Oak Chipotle lot

A woman is robbed in Royal Oak outside of a popular restaurant. She was walking to her car when two men approached her.

Veterinarian saves man's life

When a medical emergency happened in one local vet's office, their medical professionals jumped right in and saved a pet owner's life.

A farewell to Bill Bonds

Three generations of Detroit broadcasters, along with Bill Bonds' family and friends, said good-bye to the legendary newsman Thursday.

Raw video: Verdict reading in Bashara trial

Listen as the jury convicts a Detroit-area man of murder in his wife's death.

Defenders special: Bashara: The Verdict

Watch the Local 4 special "Defenders: Bashara: The Verdict." Bob Bashara was found guilty of murdering his wife, Jane Bashara, and other charges including obstruction of justice and witness intimidation.

Local family in need of a home

A local family has just one wish this holiday season, a home to call their own. If you'd like to help, you can donate to the Rybarz Hope for a Home Fund by contacting any Comerica Bank branch.

OCSO delivers gifts to military family

The holidays will be a whole lot brighter for one family in Hazel Park. Something was missing from their Christmas tree this year so the Oakland County Sheriff's Office decided to give back to a family that's already given so much.

Harbaugh asked about Michigan coaching rumors

San Fransisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was asked about rumors that Michigan made a contract offer.

'Christmas Lady' opens her home for the holidays

Every year 90-year-old Rita Giancola spends months getting her home ready for Christmas. It's a sight to see.

Auto bailout officially over

Friday marked the end of the momentous event in Detroit history: The automotive bailout. The federal government sold the last shares of Ally, the former GM finance unit that it helped prop up,

'Thrive By Five' aims to end poverty

Evrod Cassimy introduces you to an early childhood program that aims to end poverty.

Local 4Casters App

Get interactive radar, severe weather alerts and more in the palm of your hand.

Making a Difference: Jimmy Settles columnist Reverend Lonnie Peek, Jr. shares the story of a local leader who is fighting to make the city of Detroit better for all of us.

Local rapper takes music industry by storm

Dej Loaf went from a music studio in Detroit's most dangerous neighborhoods into the national spotlight.

Man saves friend during life-threatening allergic reaction

A man jumps into action to save his friend who was in shock from a food allergy.

Icy roads lead to multiple crashes

Icy roads Thursday night lead to multiple crashes across southeast Michigan.

Santa gets knocked out by bear

This bear may be getting coal in his stocking. Watch it knock a stuffed Santa to the ground outside a home in Glendora, California.

Sip, shop and support local

The Connection Network presents: The Holiday Edition of The Gazelle Series.

Saturday December 13th, 2014. 2pm-7pm

The MID 3 1 3 

7650 Second Ave.

Detroit, MI

Force 4 Good: Help kids stay warm with winter hats

The Hats for Honeys program helps underprivileged children get hats to keep them warm this winter. This year, the program is targeting Carstens Elementary in Detroit.

How nude photos can turn into charges

The consequences of an often immature mistake can last a lifetime. Local 4 Defenders have a warning for teens that all parents should be aware of.

Salsa goes from family recipe to store shelves

A family turns their restaurant business into a salsa-making one.

Raw video: Ford's CEO announcement

 Ford says CEO Alan Mulally will retire July 1 and be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields.

Pistons surprise foster children on court

A group of foster children get a holiday surprise Thursday from the Detroit Pistons.

Holiday Nights at Greenfield Village

Ben Bailey is live at Greenfield Village for their annual Holiday Nights event.

Library captures history through voices

See who's behind the Robert Vincent Voice Library at MSU and why they're working so hard to preserve it. A link to the library can be found here.

Gas falls to $1.99 in Ypsilanti

For the first time in five years the gas falls below $2.

Military mom's Christmas mission continues

Folks from all over have donated a trailer full of everything from hams, crock pots and turkey roasters -- all things they need to feed couple 100 soldiers, including plenty of sweets.

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