3 hours ago
local 4 news at 4
WWII veteran from Metro Detroit honored with medals earned decades ago
Henry Kroll served during World War II
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 14, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 13, 2019
THAW helps needy Michigan families stay safe, warm when temps drop
It just takes one bad circumstance -- the loss of a job, the death of a spouse or parent, health problems or struggles with a child.
Help Me Hank: Tips for shopping online safely
Buying second-hand items online means saving money! If that’s something you’re into, we have a Help Me Hank Buyer Beware alert for you.
Nonprofit provides assistance to adults with disabilities
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 8, 2019
Metro Detroit radio host shares her personal story with adoption, family
You hear Joanna Tuttle on “The Gello Show” sharing personal stories every morning on 105.1 The Bounce.
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 7, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 6, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 5, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 4, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 1, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Oct. 31, 2019
Local 4 News at 4 -- Oct. 30, 2019
Here's how you can get a free bag of fun size Snickers bars
As technology changes, so does way Metro Detroit school teachers educate students
'Don't kill Bobby' update: Child taken off life support after second test confirms brain death
Downriver mother fights to keep child on life support; facility rejects transfer
DPD: 2 dead, 4 hurt when car connected to gang activity flees, smashes into home, bursts into flames
Two men were killed and four others were injured Tuesday when a car carrying men believed to be involved in gang activity fled officers and smashed into a house on Detroi...
Zombie Pub Crawl to take over Wyandotte to raise money for breast cancer
In the middle of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the undead are rising once again in Wyandotte to raise money for a good cause.
Macomb County officials offer safety training for senior citizens
Senior citizens in today's world face challenges many of our parents and grandparents never imagined -- from the opioid crisis to scam artists finding new ways to steal t...
Detroit-area foundations, businesses announce $1M endowment to Detroit Youth Choir
The Detroit Youth Choir received a huge surprise during their homecoming celebration on Friday.
Veterans need help moving historic monument to Detroit's riverfront
After decades of neglect there are plans to move a massive tribute to veterans from its location on Woodward and State Fair avenues.
Suspect surrenders after standoff, shooting in Garden City
The all-clear was given in Garden City after two people were shot and police cleared a barricaded gunman situation.
Metro Detroit man fighting illness attempts to set push-up challenge world record
What does one do to prepare to break a world record? In Brett Masserant’s case, he gets in a cryotherapy session at his own shop, Accelerated Innovative Recovery in Utica...
Waterford Township group helps provide supplies to Hurricane Dorian victims
A disaster relief group in Waterford Township is preparing to send a second shipment of supplies for people who will be affected by Hurricane Dorian.
Police investigating woman's death as homicide after body found at Hines Park
Police are investigating a 24-year-old Westland's woman's death as a homicide after her body was found partially submerged in the Rouge River in the Middlebelt Hills area...
Detroit police take man into custody after shots fired during manhunt for carjacking suspects
A man police were looking for Tuesday afternoon in connection with a shots fired incident with Detroit police has been taken into custody.
Big businesses in Metro Detroit step in to help protect birds, bees and butterflies
Local 4 has adopted a birds, bees and butterflies initiative to try to get people interested in saving pollinating insects that help create our food supply.
Bedford man breaks record for most NBA 3-pointers made in one minute
If you heard the Guinness record for NBA 3-pointers made in one minute was recently broken, you'd probably think Stephen Curry or Klay Thompson were involved.
Sterling Heights police officers pose for calendar to benefit charity
The Sterling Heights Police Department is going above and beyond the call of duty to benefit children.
St. Clair Shores police in standoff with barricaded gunman, 2 injuries reported
A 60-year-old man is in a standoff with St. Clair Shores police after officials said he shot two people Thursday night before locking himself inside a home near 13 Mile R...
Can CBD be used to calm your pets during Independence Day celebrations?
This season, many pet owners are turning to cannabidiol (CBD) to soothe their pets during loud and stressful situations.
'Code 22' makes renewed push to stop violence in Detroit on 22nd day of every month
Saturday is June 22, and that means Detroit is under a Code 22. For 24 hours on the 22nd day of each month, there is a call for peace.
Police chase through Southwest Detroit ends in shots fired; Passenger killed
Paula Tutman: It's a twin thing
Officials dig up Canton Township graves as part of Detroit missing person's cases
Mail carrier needs surgery after dog attack in Washington Township, officials say
Mother's Day away: Kraft offers to cover babysitting bills up to $100 for moms
Detroit Grand Prix looking for more volunteers
Amazon offers garage delivery service to Detroit shoppers
Porch pirates are a problem, but whom do you trust more: them or your delivery person?
Royal Oak swimsuit designer creates safer options after cancer diagnosis
The change in seasons is bringing a new challenge for a Metro Detroit swimsuit designer who is changing how she does business after a cancer diagnosis.
Here's how you can help with shortage of canines trained for first responders
There's a shortage of canines specifically trained for first responders, and you can help.
Beloved Livonia landscaper needs help
Eddie Roulo is a determined man with a learning disability who recently had some bad luck with the landscaping company he started.
Whistleblower speaks out regarding federal investigation of city of Taylor
It has been more than a month since Taylor Mayor Rick Sollars had his home and office raided by the FBI on Feb. 19.
Health professionals on the front line against the measles outbreak in Oakland, Wayne counties
Hospital officials around Metro Detroit are trying to drive home a point about getting vaccinated against the measles: It could be a matter of life and death.
Quick, easy solutions to stop paper clutter
We may be living in a digital age, but most of us still have a lot of paper piling up -- and it just keeps coming.
Rare lynx captured in Sanilac County, brought to Howell Nature Center
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources captured a live lynx near where a sighting was recently confirmed.
Help turn Michigan's Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island into a LEGO kit
Michigan's historic Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island has been turned into a LEGO model that could become a kit available for purchase.
Michigan teenager gets caught in tornadoes while delivering pizzas
Crews lined the roads of Durand and Vernon to handle fallen trees, power lines and debris.
Danielle Stislicki missing case: Floyd Galloway faces premeditated murder charge
The man who was considered a person of interest in Danielle Stislicki's disappearance will now face a murder charge in connection to the case.
2019 James Beard Award semifinalists include multiple Michigan eateries, chefs
The James Beard Foundation announced Thursday its semifinalists for its 2019 awards.
Woman struck in temple by foul ball at Comerica Park in 2015 still fighting legal, health battles
A Chesterfield Township woman who was hit by a foul ball at Comerica Park in 2015 is still fighting a legal battle with the Detroit Tigers and feeling the effects of that...
Paula Tutman reflects on 36 years of TV reporting, starting with her first day in Knoxville
Yup. I think it was today.
How to preserve your credit during government shutdown
The emails have come in from federal workers who say they’re stretching what’s left of their savings accounts and making cuts to their budgets where they can.
Ferndale 'Bird Box' author talks about newfound fame after release of popular Netflix movie
Netflix is calling "Bird Box" its most successful movie ever, and everyone seems to be talking about it.
Charity seeks volunteers to help deliver bunk beds to kids in need in Metro Detroit
Muslim residents volunteer in Detroit to let others have holidays off
Aretha Franklin's former home along Detroit Golf Club set for major makeover
Fantasy trip to North Pole lifts spirits of children fighting serious illnesses
Young cancer patients receive Christmas gifts at Children's Hospital in Detroit
Southfield family that lost everything in fire pays it forward after donation
Safety study gives headlights on most cars dim ratings
Help Me Hank investigates: Do at-home cholesterol tests work?
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety releases list of used vehicles recommended for teens
Detroit middle school students head to New York City for international summit
Three girls from Noble Elementary Middle School in Detroit are heading to New York City for the Global HerStory Summit.
World-renowned artist adds to Belle Isle beauty
There will soon be another reason to visit Belle Isle, as there are plans from a world-renowned artist to bring his talents to Detroit.
Detroit Delta Preparatory Academy announces plans to shut down
A community of parents, students and teachers was left with far more questions than answers after the board of directors for the Delta Preparatory Academy announced the s...
Nonprofit organization helps hundreds of Metro Detroit women trapped in sex trafficking rings
A nonprofit organization has identified 1,200 women by name who are trapped in sex trafficking rings in the Detroit area, officials said.
Even if Michigan recreational pot proposal passes, employers can implement own policies
Even if the Michigan recreational marijuana proposal passes in November, it doesn't mean everyone will be allowed to smoke weed. The proposal allows employers to establis...
Volunteers battle litter problems on Clinton River
It's illegal to litter, but that doesn't stop people from tossing trash onto the side of the road. When it rains, that trash ends up in the waterways, threatening fish, b...