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Looking for something to do this weekend in Metro Detroit? Here are some ideas!
With the help of mentors and donors, Quarter Quts is back up and running.
Eligible families can receive up to $3,600 for every child 5 or younger and $3,000 for any child between the ages of 6-17.
Seth Anderson is a junior and scholar athlete at Flat Rock High School.
Graduating senior Lea Caldwell has earned several awards and recognition for leadership and community service.
Father’s Day is almost here, and there is no better year than this one to acknowledge the dads in our lives and all that they do.
A new organization is making it easier than ever to discover the many nonprofits serving the Greater Detroit community
Thursday was the graduation for the Detroit Achievement Academy’s eighth graders and every student received a life-changing graduation gift.
Tomorrow at 6:30 a.m. on Local 4 News Today.
Chloe Kilano is a well-accomplished student graduating from Mercy High School and heading to George Washington University in the fall.
One local doctor is working to make sure Metro Detroit teens have the resources to care for their mental health and cope with trauma.
Taylor Hendershot is a varsity athlete at Plymouth High School.
D’Janett Talley is a student at University Prep Art & Design and was named class salutatorian.
What you need to know about the ticks in Michigan and how to play it safe.
The city of Detroit is offering free swimming lessons for young residents this summer.
The Archdiocese of Detroit will broadcast Sunday Mass from St. Aloysius in Downtown Detroit.
Parents have no clue about the alarming behavior that’s happening on hidden social media sites.
In this Local 4 special report you’ll see the new revelations in JoAnn Matouk Romain’s mysterious death that some firmly believe was murder.
Working from home has been a challenge for many parents over the past year amid the pandemic, dealing with constant interruptions from children who are also spending most...