ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Local man secretly tapes relative, boyfriend during sex acts
A hidden camera investigation by the Local 4 Defenders revealed that an Eastern Michigan University employee is accused of installing secret cameras to capture video of his relative and her boyfriend during sex acts because he had a crush on the boyfriend.
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Two Detroit police officers are being credited with saving the life of a man who had a medical issue and crashed into a utility pole. Read more .
Michigan's beer industry impacted the state's economy in a big way last year. Learn more .
The varsity girls basketball coach at New Haven High School who was charged with having sex with a 17-year-old player pleaded no contest Wednesday. Read more .
A pastor of a church in northern Michigan is facing additional charges after a fifth man recently came forward accusing him of sexual assault. Learn more .
Detroit serial killer case
Detroit police have new leads in a Detroit serial killer investigation after a Macomb County mother shared details of her daughter's attack, officials said.
The woman said she's thankful her daughter survived the attack, which happened May 7 at a home on Barlow Street near Seven Mile and Schoenherr roads.
Troy's former city manager, Brian Kischnick, is in federal prison, but his tenure is still casting a long and controversial shadow over the city, and there's a storm brewing between a local political activist, the mayor and other City Council members.
Dirt bikes stolen
A quadriplegic man needs help after something very dear to him was taken. Seven of his dirt bikes were stolen from his home on Homefield Street near Middlebelt Road in Romulus.
Flint assembly plant
General Motors announced Wednesday that it will pump $150 million into the Flint Assembly plant, bringing more jobs to the area.
Flint Assembly is the oldest asembly line in General Motors. Workers were building cars at the plant back in the 1960s, but now it's used for heavy-duty trucks.
- Safety tips for Michigan boaters as water levels remain high
- Last day to nominate your favorite local businesses in Vote 4 the Best!
- Trump says he would accept dirt on political rivals
- More photos of the 2019 Motor City Pride parade in Downtown Detroit
- Facebook launches blood donor tool
- Good Health: Understanding food allergies
- Beloved Mel Bar in Melvindale to close after 65 years
- Marygrove College in Detroit to close after fall 2019 semester
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