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Sidewalks removed from Belle Isle

One group says it went against its own policy when Belle Isle tore sidewalks out as they make improvements to the island.

Flashpoint: Importance of labelling the Armenian 'genocide'

Two guests joined Devin Scillian Sunday to talk about the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide.

DPD helps clean up city streets

Detroit police officers hit the streets with volunteers to do some spring cleaning Saturday.

6th-grader beaten in fight over chair

This happened to a 12-year-old student at Woodward Academy.

Protesters support victim of school racism

They want the students shown on video to be expelled.

New video in the Floyd Dent Inkster police investigation

Sunday at 11 p.m. - You saw the brutal arrest video. Now, see what happened next in this jaw-dropping Defenders investigation.

New video from Inkster police beating

This video is from inside the precinct after Floyd Dent's arrest.

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Making a Difference: Jimmy Settles

ClickOnDetroit.com 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.

Woman killed by truck while working at Ecorse steel plant

A woman was killed after she was run over by a semi-truck Saturday at a steel plant in Ecorse.

Flashpoint: Latest on new Red Wings arena in Detroit

Flashpoint takes a look at the status of the new Detroit Red Wings arena.

Chef creates four-course meal from SPAM

Local 4 News Today brings you SPAM in four courses.

Person of interest in custody connected to Detroit rapes

Detroit police say they have a person of interest connected to a series of recent Detroit rapes in custody after finding a passenger with a zipper mask during a traffic stop Friday.

Warren toddler in critical condition; mother's boyfriend charged

He's being held in jail while the toddler is in critical condition at a hospital.

Flashpoint: 3 and out with Devin Scillian

Devin Scillian brings you three developing stories to wrap this week's edition of Flashpoint.

Raw video: Ford's CEO announcement

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

Money Smart Week: Getting started

Shawn Ley talks to two guests about Money Smart Week

Sheriff demonstrates Taser training

The Oakland County Sheriff said a deputy should never confuse his gun for his Taser, and there is intensive training to ensure that.

Sources: Mitchelle Blair assaulted inmate

A mother charged in the slayings of two of her children whose bodies were found in the deep freezer at their Detroit home is now under investigation for a jailhouse fight, according to sources.

Prom dress giveaway at Hope Closet

Local 4 looks at the prom dress giveaway at Hope Closet.

Ferndale H.S. wins 'Grand Slam' grant

Ferndale High School was one of five picked in Michigan by Comerica Bank for the grand slam grant worth five thousand dollars. Will Jones reports from Ferndale.

Live in the D: Redesigning your bathroom

Kim Lewis joins Live in the D to show you how to redesign your bathroom.

Changes in forecast this weekend

Ben Bailey explains.

Detroit leaders push for new homeschooling regulations

The push is for regulations that would protect students from abuse.

Man dies after Gibraltar police use Taser on him

Michigan State Police are investigating.

Free museum day for kids fighting cancer

It's a trip to the museum, but this is no ordinary outing for these local families.

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New video in the Floyd Dent Inkster police investigation

Sunday at 11 p.m. - You saw the brutal arrest video. Now, see what happened next in this jaw-dropping Defenders investigation.

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