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How to defeat loose laces

How to defeat loose laces.

Minds of Medicine: A transplant reunion

A liver transplant from daughter to mother. Click here to see their story

How safe are roundabouts?

Roundabouts are supposed to be safer than regular intersections.

Police: Man dies after falling from roof

Police are investigating after a man fell off a roof on Detroit's east side.

Behind the scenes with 'Blaine and Allyson'

Karen Drew goes into the studio with Blaine and Allyson during their radio morning show on 96.3 - WDVD.

Michigan QB suffers concussion; School apologizes

Michigan's athletic director is apologizing over the handling of quarterback Shane Morris' concussion.

Web extra: Doug Nussmeier news conference Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

The Michigan offensive coordinator spoke to media members.

Tasty Tuesday: Olga's Kitchen

Meet the woman behind one of metro Detroit's popular places. To find out more about Olga's rewards program and for the chance to win a cruise, visit OlgaRewards.com.

Detroit Southwestern HS left to scrappers

The high school is sitting open to scrappers and looters, but why?

Ted Lindsay visits Local 4 as Hockey Fest approaches

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

Another home invader shot, killed in Detroit

People in the neighborhood said they won't hesitate to use their gun to stop someone breaking into their home.

Flashpoint Web Extra: Fare-ye-well old set

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

Volunteers build new Heidelberg house

Volunteers on Saturday started rebuilding one of several houses that were part of the Heidelberg Project and burned down under suspicious circumstances.

Live in the D Professionals 9/29/14

The professionals discuss Michigan football, George Clooney's wedding and groceries from Amazon.

Man's bicycle withstands test of time

Mark Bailey has traveled at least 50,000 miles on a yellow Schwinn LeTour 73.

Korean War vet targeted in home invasion

An 80-year-old Korean war vet got the surprise of his life when he woke up and found a man inside his bedroom.

Live in the D: Detroit Symphony Orchestra free concerts series

The DSO is playing a series of free concerts.

Ruth to the Rescue: protecting you from scammers

Tonight at 11 p.m. - Don't get tricked out of your hard-earned cash! Ruth shares 4 steps that will help you fight back every time.

Raw video: Ford's CEO announcement

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

What's really going on at local teen hangout?

The Defenders take you inside.

Lloyd Carr's grandson diagnosed with inoperable brain tumor

The former Michigan football coach's family is asking for prayers.

Local 4Casters say cooler air, spotty drizzle

While most of metro Detroit will dry out, there’s a chance for some light spotty  drizzles with temps barely to 60.

'Annie' sings for Live in the D

Hear from the 9-year-old girl who stars in "Annie" during its stop in Detroit at the Fisher Theater.

Pumpkin flavor: The little orange lie

If you're enjoying a pumpkin-flavored drink, chances are it's fake.

Live in the D: Pet of the Week is 'Elijah'

Elijah is an older dog who needs a new home!

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.

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Ruth to the Rescue: protecting you from scammers

Tonight at 11 p.m. - Don't get tricked out of your hard-earned cash! Ruth shares 4 steps that will help you fight back every time.

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