Kimberly Gill, Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Kimberly Gill

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Kimberly:

Clinical trial drug helps Lansing mother with brain tumor

Katy Sanchez has participated in a clinical trial at the Cleveland Clinic for the past five years. → Read More

1 dead, 2 injured in shooting on Detroit’s west side

One person is dead, and two others are injured after a shooting on Detroit’s west side. → Read More

Crews from Detroit Fire Department battled apartment fire on city’s west side

Crews from the Detroit Fire Department battled an apartment fire on the city’s west side. → Read More

Woman hurt in apartment complex fire on Detroit’s west side

One woman was hurt in an apartment complex fire that broke out on Detroit's west side. → Read More

Woman shares story 6 years after ex-husband murders her 4 children in Dearborn Heights home

On Sept. 21, 2016, Faith Green watched two of her children be murdered execution-style by her ex-husband. → Read More

Oxford Community Schools superintendent resigns due to health concerns

Oxford Community Schools Superintendent Ken Weaver has resigned due to health concerns. → Read More

Live at 7 on Local 4+: Kimberly Gill hosts Detroit townhall on school attendance crisis

For the past month I’ve been doing stories highlighting the issue of chronic absenteeism in the Detroit Public Schools Community District. → Read More

Detroit police halt landfill search for Zion Foster’s remains, murder investigation continues

The Detroit Police Department has submitted a warrant for murder in the case of Zion Foster. → Read More

Here’s how Detroit public schools is battling against chronic absenteeism

The Detroit Public School Community District is preparing for a crucial day for Michigan Public Schools. → Read More

Detroit gospel singer Marvin Winans pays respect to Queen Elizabeth II

Mourners from across the world, including Detroit, continue to wait in a five-mile long line to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II. → Read More

Thousands pay respect to Queen Elizabeth II despite 24-hour wait

Thousands of people have continued to pay their respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II in London. → Read More

Hazmat situation taking place at US Ice after ammonia leak, officials say

Officials say that a hazmat situation occurred at US Ice after an ammonia leak. → Read More

Kimberly Gill shares her experience meeting a journalist she grew up watching on NBC News

When my boss asked me if I wanted to interview Maria Shriver when she came to town to deliver the commencement speech last week at the University of Michigan, I looked at her and said, “well, that’s a no-brainer.” Of course, I would! I was ecstatic! What a fantastic assignment. → Read More

Detroit Chapter of The Links making a difference through friendship, service

A powerful group of women has been quietly working for seven decades to give back to the Detroit community. → Read More

Michigan woman hopes her story will encourage others to watch for signs of kidney disease

A Michigan woman shared the story of her battle with Chronic Kidney Disease in hopes that it will urge others to keep an eye out for warning signs. → Read More

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy pleads with NATO for no-fly zone

In the path of the relentless Russian onslaught in Ukraine, no one is safe, not even innocent civilians. → Read More

Study shows getting COVID vaccine while pregnant can also protect baby

There’s new evidence that getting vaccinated against COVID while pregnant can also provide protection to the baby. → Read More

Metro Detroit woman receives heart transplant and with it a second chance: ‘Scars are stories’

More than one in three women are living with some form of cardiovascular disease. → Read More

Baby survives rare, complex heart surgery while still in the womb

One family has a lot to celebrate this Heart Month after their baby son survived a rare and complex surgery. → Read More

‘You cannot ignore the signs’: Singer Dee Dee Davis wants women to start paying attention to their heart health

The American Heart Association has chosen “Reclaim Your Rhythm” as this year’s theme. A Metro Detroit woman embodies that theme in every way and she’s hoping it will strike a chord with other women too. → Read More