Morning 4: Where the rule of no white clothes after Labor Day came from -- and more news

Here are the top stories for the morning of Sept. 6, 2022

French fashion designer Coco Chanel (1883 - 1971) in her apartment at the Hotel Ritz Paris, circa 1960. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) (FPG, 2009 Getty Images)

Morning 4 is a quick roundup of stories we think you should know about to start your day. So, let’s get to the news.


The history behind the rule of not wearing white after Labor Day

Do you have grandparents or parents who swear not to wear white after Labor Day weekend until Memorial Day weekend?

Well, the fashion rule that seems to be fading holds some history.

Local 4′s style editor Jon Jordan and Wayne State University’s lecturer of fashion design and merchandising Monika Sinclair weighed in on the history of the fashion rule of not wearing white after Labor Day -- here’s what we learned.

Read the report here.


Man charged with killing woman while visiting her at Ann Arbor apartment, officials say

A man has been charged with murdering a woman while visiting her at an Ann Arbor apartment, officials said.

See the story here.


Canada police hunt remaining suspect in stabbing attacks

Canadian police hunted for the remaining suspect in the stabbing deaths of 10 people in an Indigenous community and nearby town in the province of Saskatchewan after finding the body of his brother amid a massive manhunt for the pair.

Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead Monday near the stabbing sites and authorities believe his brother and fellow suspect, Myles Sanderson, 30, is injured, on the run and likely in the provincial capital of Regina, said police chief Evan Bray.

Learn more here.


Body found during search for abducted mother in Tennessee

Police have recovered a body while searching for an abducted mother who was kidnapped while jogging in Memphis, Tennessee.

See the report here.


Weather: Another cloudy day in Metro Detroit before sunshine, warm temps end the week

Here is the weather forecast for Metro Detroit.



About the Author:

Cassidy Johncox is a senior digital news editor covering stories across the spectrum, with a special focus on politics and community issues.