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Woman breaks window to save baby in hot car

A woman took matters into her own hands when she saw a 1-year-old locked in a car on a hot Texas day.

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Wisconsin bridesmaids honor sister in fashion

Shannon Hall, 24, died in a car crash earlier this month in central Wisconsin just weeks before her wedding. In Marshfield on Saturday, her four sisters wore their bridesmaids’ dresses for a different but still special occasion.

How Richard III Was Killed

How Richard III Was Killed

Gilbert will widen I-375 ramp on his own

The ramp brings drivers right to his Greektown Casino parking entrance, so it's a win-win for him. Privately-funded road projects like this are pretty rare.

The heart of Wyandotte: Chuck's story

Could you recognize the signs of a heart attack? Many patients miss the first signs of an attack, but finding appropriate care, quickly, can be the difference between life and death. This episode follows one patient and his incredible story of survival in the face of an attack known to doctors as a “widow-maker.” Also, see the new technology that connects emergency departments to EMS crews in the field.

Football player's inspirational speech goes viral

Meet Apollos Hester, a high school running back in Texas whose post-game speech stunned TV anchors and is going viral.

Guns raffled to help high school students

Parents are doing this to help with a senior party. You can view a slideshow of the guns here.

Friday Football Frenzy: Cabrini v. Gabriel Richard

Friday Football Frenzy: Cabrini v. Gabriel Richard

Do people still die of rabies?

A look at rabies statistics.

Robotic surgery, amazing recovery: Dan's story

When an active Macomb Township resident begins to feel fatigued, his doctor alerts him to a potentially life-threatening condition in his heart. Although open-heart surgery is an option, he chooses a robotic surgery with one of the country’s most experienced surgeons. Follow this amazing operation and recovery as the patient goes from the operating room to the golf course in days (not weeks).

Tech Time: Twitter's leader wants to help Detroit entrepreneurs

Andrew Humphrey spoke with Twitter's co-founder and chair, who paid a visit to Midtown Detroit.

One last chance: Mary's story

An older heart patient from Lansing is out of options for her deteriorating condition. Without alternatives, doctors at Henry Ford Hospital offer her an experimental, non-surgical procedure to replace her heart valve and save her life. Follow the medical heroes who will fight to help one patient in the face of incredible odds.

Girls escape abduction attempt in Pontiac

Two young girls manage to escape from a stranger who tries to take them while they are playing outside in Pontiac.

A Defenders Investigation: Being Homeless in Detroit

Tonight at 11 p.m. - It was months in the making.  Defender Kevin Dietz goes deep undercover. This time he's holding the sign!

Ted Lindsay visits Local 4 as Hockey Fest approaches

Hockey Fest is one way local athletes raise money to fight autism.

Best Burger winner: Jay's Stuffed Burgers

The winner of the Vote 4 the Best is Jay's Stuffed Burgers.

Flashpoint Web Extra: Fare-ye-well old set

After Sunday's Flashpoint, the panel bid farewell to the venerable show's old set.

I-96 is back open; drivers rejoice

Drivers may be rejoicing, but certain businesses on the detour were enjoying the traffic.

Brandon's life with diabetes hits home in new way

Tonight at 11 p.m. - Local 4 meteorologist Brandon Roux reveals how he and his family are facing this disease together.

Scammer targets tornado victims

The Local 4 Defenders are warning residents about a tornado victims scam.

3 homes catch fire in Detroit

Investigators believe an arsonist may be to blame for three homes that caught fire in Detroit.

Meryl Davis, Charlie White receive hero's welcome

Roeper School had a special assembly with White and his ice dance partner Meryl Davis as the guests of honor.   

Kevin Dietz brings you taste of being homeless in Detroit

On Monday, Kevin Dietz went back undercover in disguise on the streets with a sign asking people for money.

Person of interest in April Millsap murder may be charged soon

"I do anticipate charges in this case ... it's speculative at this point but we would think that since the investigation is nearing its end that the charges could be on the horizon," said attorney Dean Ankouny, representing James Vancallis Jr.

Rochester Hills tornado: Where were the sirens?

A tornado touched down in Rochester Hills this past weekend without warning. Ben Bailey explains what happened.

I-96 plans preopening family fun day

You can bike and walk the new I-96 before in opens to motorists later this month.

Friday Football Frenzy: Cabrini tops Gabriel Richard 14-12

Here are some highlights from this week's matchup on Friday Football Frenzy.

Raw video: Ford's CEO announcement

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

Redford teen shot while walking to school

Police say the high school senior did not receive life-threatening injuries in the incident.

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Brandon's life with diabetes hits home in new way

Tonight at 11 p.m. - Local 4 meteorologist Brandon Roux reveals how he and his family are facing this disease together.

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