PHOTOS: Pro-Trump and anti-Trump protestors gather over possible indictment of former president
As we sit and wait to find out of former President Donald Trump will be arrested at some point over the next few days, pro-Trump and anti-Trump protestors have gathered around the country to let their voices be heard.
Photos: Detroit police seek help identifying driver in drive-by shooting of 2-year-old, bystander
Police are asking for help identifying the driver of a GMC Acadia who fired shots at a vehicle earlier this month, striking a 2-year-old inside of it and a bystander who was near it, in Southwest Detroit.
Photos from overseas: Russia pounds Ukraine, targeting supply of Western arms
Russian forces pounded targets across Ukraine, taking aim at supply lines for foreign weapons in the west and intensifying an offensive in the east, as the European Union moved Wednesday to further punish Moscow for the war with a proposed ban on oil imports.
Pictures from Ukraine: A look at what’s going on overseas as the war continues
Russia’s Defense Ministry promised Friday to ramp up missile attacks on the Ukrainian capital in response to Ukraine’s alleged aggression on Russian territory, an ominous warning that followed Moscow’s stinging symbolic loss of its navy’s flagship in the Black Sea.
Photographer who climbed Ambassador, Mackinac bridges arrested in Arizona
Though his photos are impressive, one military veteran -- known for his daring photo shoots -- says his photography has landed him in jail. Known as “Driftershoots” online and on Instagram, the veteran says he has been traveling as a photographer “nonstop” since April 2020. Metro Detroiters may be familiar with photos he, allegedly, took on top of the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit and on top of the Mackinac Bridge. More: Photographer climbs 151 feet to top of Ambassador Bridge, raising major security questionsRecently, Driftershoots was arrested in Arizona while on his way to Las Vegas with some friends. “They said they were arresting me on a nationwide warrant.”The veteran says he’s currently being treated as a terrorist due to his military background.
Photos: Babies in NICU at DMC Children’s Hospital dressed up for holiday
Photos of babies in the NICU at DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan dressed up for the holiday. Here are photos of babies in the NICU at DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan dressed up for the holiday. Courtesy: NICU at DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Campaigning for the 2020 presidency: These photos tell the story
(2020 Getty Images)President Donald Trump speaks at a rally at iG Flight Services on Oct. 26, 2020 in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania. (2020 Getty Images)Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks at a voter mobilization center on Oct. 26, 2020 in Chester, Pennsylvania. (2020 Getty Images)Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks to reporters while visiting a voter mobilization center on Oct. 26, 2020 in Chester, Pennsylvania. (2020 Getty Images)President Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally at the Waukesha County Airport on Oct. 24, 2020 in Waukesha, Wisconsin. (2020 Getty Images)Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks at a drive-in campaign rally at Dallas High School on Oct. 24, 2020 in Dallas, Pennsylvania.
7 surreal photos: Wildfire smoke blankets San Francisco in a spooky orange glow
A number of Northern California wildfires sent a thick, orange-glowing haze over the San Francisco area Wednesday, leaving the Bay in an eerie darkness. A fire burning in Butte County, located northeast of San Francisco, has forced thousands to evacuate from their homes, according to The Associated Press. (2020 Getty Images)An orange glow fills the sky above the Embarcadero in San Francisco. (2020 Getty Images)Smoke from various wildfires blankets the San Francisco skyline in darkness and an orange glow, seen from Treasure Island in San Francisco. (2020 Getty Images)An exterior view of the ballpark in San Francisco, California.
Share: Back-to-school photos -- different this time around
Photos on the first day back to school are a tradition in many households. With Michigan kids gearing up for virtual learning to start the fall semester this year, we expect the photo tradition will be changing a bit. We would love to see what kind of back-to-school photos everyone takes this year. Please share with us here:
Looking back on Hiroshima, 75 years later: In photos
Three days later, another atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki. Below are images of the destruction, copyright Getty Images. (Getty Images)A mother tends to her injured child, a victim of the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima. (Getty Images)Wreckage of buildings in Hiroshima after the dropping of the atomic bomb. (Getty Images)
Cardboard fans? Masks? MLB is back, but it doesn’t look real -- these photos might weird you out
(2020 Getty Images)A lone Boston Red Sox employee eats a hot dog in the stands before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park on July 26, 2020 in Boston. (2020 Getty Images)A peek at Tropicana Field during a game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Atlanta Braves on July 27, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Florida. (2020 Getty Images)A mask is placed on the Teammates Statue on Opening Day at Fenway Park on July 24, 2020 in Boston. (2020 Getty Images)A general view of of cardboard cutouts placed in the seats before the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on July 25, 2020. (2020 Getty Images)With information from the Associated Press.
Detroit to hold Aug. 31 memorial day for COVID-19 victims
DETROIT – The city of Detroit announced a memorial day to honor more than 1,400 residents who died from COVID-19 and invited families to share photos that will be enlarged and displayed at Belle Isle State Park. The photos will be staked along the route of a memorial drive scheduled for Aug. 31, said Rochelle Riley, the city's director of arts and culture. “This is a very special thing for those of us who have lost people,” Riley said Wednesday. An Aug. 31 fireworks show to honor first responders, hospital workers and others on the front line of the coronavirus fight was announced weeks ago. Detroit residents so far make up roughly 25% of Michigan's 6,000 COVID-19 deaths.
These engagement-style photos of elderly couples will make you smile, guaranteed
A London-based photographer specializes in engagement-style photos of elderly couples, and the results are simply stunning. But also when I started to volunteer for this beautiful charity in the UK (called) Contact The Elderly,” Setia said. That’s what I love capturing about them.”Photo used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographySee? Setia told CTV that it’s really funny to see the elderly couples’ reactions, when she asks to shoot photos of them. Photo used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyPhoto used with permission from Sujata Setia: But Natural PhotographyAll photos copyright Sujata Setia/But Natural Photography[ READ NEXT: A woman posted online for a man needing a friend.
Submit your favorite photo from Mother’s Day 2020
As we all know, this Mother’s Day was quite different than most years, but that didn’t have to make it any less special. Even though this year was unconventional due to the coronavirus pandemic, we’re confident you all had creative and beautiful ways to honor your mother -- or another woman in your life, and we want to see what you did. Share with us a photo of how you pulled off Mother’s Day, despite some strange world circumstances.
Send us photos of workers braving the front lines during COVID-19 outbreak
While many of us are safely snuggled inside our homes, there are still many people out there bravely working for us so that we can have all the things we need during this strange time. Whether you’re stocking shelves, making food, protecting us, delivering packages, providing a service or helping those who are ill, we would like to show our appreciation! Send us a photo of you doing your job during the shutdown, and we may air it on Local 4. If you are submitting a group photo or submitting a photo on behalf of someone else, you must have their permission to submit. USE THE FORM TO SUBMIT A PICTURE:
People take more photos of their dog than partner, study says
A new study claims nearly 2/3rds of people take more photos of their dog than their partner. The study on how dog owners feel about their furry friends was released Friday by Rover. In addition to 65% of dog owners admitting to taking more photos of their dog than their significant other, 94% of pet-owners consider their dog a member of their family and 79% include their dog in family moments like holiday cards, vacations and even marriage proposals. More than half admit they greet their dog when they get home before they acknowledge anyone else. There are many benefits to having a dog -- they’re good for your health and they’re good for your love-life -- it’s no wonder that many companies are now allowing employees to bring their dogs to work with them.
In photos: Ann Arbor’s KindleFest and Midnight Madness
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Every year, hundreds of shoppers fill the Ann Arbor Farmers Market and Kerrytown area during the annual KindleFest celebration. Organized by Kerrytown District Association, the Christmas Market coincides with Midnight Madness, a time where shops and small businesses in the downtown area stay open until midnight. (Sarah M. Parlette)Shoppers browse the wares of small businesses during the 2019 KindleFest. (Sarah M. Parlette)Carolers singing holiday tunes at the 2019 KindleFest in downtown Ann Arbor. (Sarah M. Parlette)Children pose with giant snowmen on 4th Ave. (Sarah M. Parlette)Downtown Ann Arbor during Midnight Madness.
First snowfall of season in Metro Detroit: Share your photos
DETROIT – OK, it’s that time of the year. We’re seeing the first snowfall of the season today in Metro Detroit. It may not be much, but there is a nice layer decorating lawns and roofs as we head out to work or school. You’re likely going to need some extra time to make your commute. Let’s share some beauty shots while it’s still fresh: