34-year-old man who trafficked, had sex with children in Metro Detroit motels sentenced to 15 years
A 34-year-old man from Ferndale who trafficked and had sex with children in Metro Detroit motels while he was on bond from a federal drug case in North Dakota was sentenced to 15 years and eight months in federal prison.
Ordinary traffic stop turns chaotic after speeding driver drags officer, causing injury in Ferndale
The driver of a Jeep, who was speeding more than 30 miles over the limit near 8 Mile Road and Livernois in Ferndale, nearly wiped out. Police thought they were dealing with a drunk driver, but that wasn’t the issue.
Create a new look with retro styles
In celebration of “National Retro Day,” Steve Humphreys, the owner of “Vogue Vintage,” in Ferndale paid a visit to “Live in the D.” He discussed the difference between what’s considered vintage and what’s considered antique. “We consider vintage items from 1950′s-1980 ‘s, anything older is an antique,” Humphreys said. Also, retro furniture items usually have a geometric shape. He brought in some really cool items, that will spark up a lot of memories for some. “We remind you of your mom and dad, and grandparents,” said Humphreys. The store has 2 levels of various items including retro clothing, radios and home decor items to name a few. Many people are now mixing these items with their modern decor, making what’s old, cool again.
Start your engines and cruise into the weekend
Who’s ready to start their engines? The Woodward Dream Cruise festivities start today and people are showing off their rides all weekend long. “Live In The D’s” April Morton was at 13 Mile and Woodward Avenue to share the details about the beginning of the event.
This upscale resale boutique in Ferndale is good for your wallet and the planet
Earth Day is coming up this Friday, and one of the best ways to take care of our planet is to reduce, reuse, and recycle. So why not apply that idea to your wardrobe! We introduce you to Margaux and Max, an upscale resale boutique in downtown Ferndale that is shaking up the shopping experience.
Deaf Detroit rapper to perform during halftime of Super Bowl 56
We are getting closer to the biggest game of the year with the Los Angeles Rams, and the Cincinnati Bengals set to face off at Super Bowl LVI Sunday (Feb. 13) night right here on Local 4.For some, the halftime show is the bigger draw than the actual game. This year’s halftime performers include future Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer Eminem with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Deaf Detroit rapper Sean Forbes.