TOP STORIES Friday, November 4, 2017


Here are the top stories:



  • Suspect released: Suspect in fatal shooting at Detroit auto parts store released after interviews.
  • Threat to 8th Precinct: Detroit police are investigating a threatening phone call.
  • White nationalist vs. MSU: A mediator will try to settle a dispute between MSU and Richard Spencer.
  • Meals stolen from church: Food was stolen from a church on Detroit's west side.
  • Hepatitis A: Health officials warn of possible exposure at a restaurant in Grosse Pointe Woods.
  • Socks for the needy: A 12-year-old boy making a difference in Detroit.
  • Election: General Election is Nov. 7.
  • Weather: Dry Saturday morning with showers in the afternoon.

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  • New York security: Law enforcement agencies are ramping up security before the TCS New York City Marathon.
  • Vegas killer: The motive remains unclear, but shooter had money troubles.
  • Bergdahl: A judge ordered a dishonorable discharge, but no prison time.
  • Benghazi: Suspect will be held without bond.
  • DNC: Clinton campaign had signed memo with the DNC set rules on funds.
  • ISIS: Terrorists were pushed From last major stronghold in Iraq.



  • Selena honored: The "Queen of Tejano music" got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Kevin SpaceNetflix is cutting ties with the "House of Cards" star.
  • Bush's new book: The former president called the current president a "blowhard."



  • Health4 signs your dog is healthy.
  • ExamsWhy are pet annual exams important?
  • Dog Food: Best brands on the market.
  • Allergies: Is your pet suffering from seasonal allergies?

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