Bipartisan Michigan group to urge $100M+ in school safety, mental health programs
A bipartisan group of lawmakers are expected to urge the state of Michigan spend more than $100 million on new mental health and safety programs for schools, according to a draft of recommendations obtained by Local 4.
Metro Detroit couple rides out Hurricane Ian in Fort Meyers condo
Throughout the day, Local 4 has been in touch with a couple from Trenton who is riding out the storm in their condo in Fort Meyers. Ian is the first time they’ve experienced a hurricane, and they are not entirely sure what they’re in for.
Rhonda Walker describes her experience at Rocket Mortgage Classic Pro-Am in Detroit
This week has truly been a chance-of-a-lifetime-type week for me, playing a round of golf with a PGA Tour pro inside the ropes and giant red grandstands of the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club. This was an incredible opportunity
Tipping; one hard-to-spot thing on your pet food bag; and borrowing money
The rules for tipping have gotten a little unclear. So, whether it’s at the coffee shop, a nice restaurant or you’re picking up carryout, we’ll reveal when you should give a little extra, and when it’s safe to skip the tip. Watch Local 4 News Monday morning at 6:30 a.m.
‘It’s bringing my property value down’: Overgrown yard causing concerns for residents on Detroit’s east side
About a week ago, Local 4 brought you the story of a man who doesn’t feel safe going out into his own backyard because he doesn’t know what might be living in the overgrown yard next door. It’s a vacant home, and finding the owner hasn’t been easy.
Learn how to get more out of your yard sale
Today on “Live In The D”, host Jason Carr was joined by Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan to talk about how people can get the most out of their yard sale this summer. Yard sales are popular around this time of year and the goal is to get rid of old junk and make some extra cash along the way, or get great finds for cheap.
Help Me Hank: Here’s how scammers are targeting UIA members in Michigan
It’s a new email scam, and millions in Michigan are being targeted. If you’ve collected unemployment, you may receive an email that appears to be from UIA asking for personal information. However, if you look closely, you may notice misspellings.