WATCH: Renovation can start on Detroit’s Historic Fort Wayne
DETROIT – Some very big news came out on Thursday night involving one of Detroit’s historical gems. The federal government has given the city of Detroit the go-ahead to start renovating Historic Fort Wayne. Local 4′s Tim Pamplin has the entire story in the video above. READ: Detroit takes first steps to revitalize Historic Fort Wayne
How to change up your home decor in under an hour
Today on Live in the D, Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan showed us a quick, easy way to change the look of a room. Now, he’s found a way to design the space without making it look like an afterthought. The main feature of Jordan’s project uses curio frames he says you can find in home decorating stores, or for cheap in thrift stores. After an hour, Tati and Jason checked back in to see the finished project. To change up the look of the space, Jordan said you can throw a few plants into the frames, which also serve as handy shelves.
Renovation work restarts on iconic Detroit train station
DETROIT Restoration work is moving ahead at the Michigan Central train station in Detroit despite the economic fallout from the coronavirus. Work on the project stopped for seven weeks due to a statewide stay-at-home order aimed at slowing the spread of the virus. But crews are now in the middle of Phase Two of the project, which involves fixing the street structure and repairing masonry, the Detroit Free Press reported. Ford Motor Co. bought the iconic building just outside downtown in 2018 for research and development of self-driving vehicles. Reid said explicitly that, theres been no change to our plans involving the train station.