DETROIT – Here's what you missed today on Local 4 News at 5 (watch the full episode above).
An assistant football coach at Romeo High School is being charged with soliciting students for sex.
An attorney charged with bribing a federal agent to help his clients avoid deportation accepted a plea deal Thursday in federal court after a judge threatened to lock him up for changing his mind about the deal.
In the past week alone, we've seen several political figures in Michigan lobbying for votes ahead of Tuesday's presidential election.
Detroit's first microloft apartments are coming to Capitol Park this summer. The apartments will be in a mixed-use, mixed-income, 13-story residential building at the corner of West Grand River Avenue and Griswold Street in downtown Detroit.
A "yes" vote on the RTA proposal on next week's ballot will lead to a sweeping overhaul of the region's transit system.
Sleep disorders come from lots of different sources. Fortunately, more people are become aware of them and seeking help, which has often led to spending a night in a sleep lab. But for some people, that might not be necessary.
There are concerns about older smoke detectors that simply might not get the job done. Hank Winchester took a look at some of the major upgrades in technology.