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Mara MacDonald

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Mara:

Superintendent enlists help from Northville High School Chamber Choir to announce snow day

The timing of the snow is on schedule for rush hour, making it an issue for buses. → Read More

What we learned during Mayor Duggan’s 10th State of the City address in Corktown

Mayor Mike Duggan laid out his vision for Detroit during his 10th State of the City address. → Read More

Michigan secures big role in EV future as Ford plant to be built in Marshall

With Ford's announcement this week that it will be opening an EV battery manufacturing plant in Marshall, it is now the sixth EV battery-related business in Michigan which now positions the state as one of the top three in the nation to produce next-generation autos. → Read More

‘I thought we were friends’: 96-year-old man swindled out of his home in Bloomfield Township

A 96-year-old Bloomfield Township man had his home taken away by an employee he met at a senior center. → Read More

Parole reversed for man accused of sexually assaulting 19-year-old woman in Livingston County

In 1993 19-year-old Wendy Jo Morrison was on her way home from her waitressing job when she was run off the road. → Read More

Michigan to pay $20M settlement in Unemployment Insurance Agency false fraud suit

When you think of disasters at Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency it can be split into two. → Read More

Volunteer veterinarians desperately needed at Detroit Animal Care and Control

A call for help has been issued as Detroit Animal Care and Control no longer has a veterinarian. → Read More

Utility worker finds body buried in shallow grave on Detroit’s east side

A utility worker found a body buried in a shallow grave on Detroit’s east side. → Read More

Charity hockey game benefits foundation honoring Oxford school shooting victim Tate Myre

Tate Myre's family started the 42 Strong Foundation to provide peer-to-peer mentoring. The foundation pairs older students with those getting ready to transition into high school. → Read More

School board votes to buy out Clintondale Community Schools superintendent

After a tumultuous few months, Superintendent Rodriguez Broadnax has resigned from the Clintondale school district. → Read More

Witnesses testify in ethnic intimidation case after man made threats outside Bloomfield Hills temple

Witnesses testified on Monday in the case against the man accused of making antisemitic threats outside of Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Hills. → Read More

Fleeing suspect causes deadly crash in Monroe County

Two people were killed Thursday when a police chase ended with a violent crash in Monroe County. → Read More

15-year-old shot in neck near Campus Martius tree lighting in Downtown Detroit

A 15-year-old was shot near the Campus Martius tree lighting in Downtown Detroit. → Read More

Controversial parking lot plan approved by Grosse Pointe Park City Council

The controversial parking lot plan was approved by the Grosse Pointe Park City Council Monday night. → Read More

Flashpoint: Election Day is 4 weeks away

Watch Flashpoint every Sunday at 10 a.m. on Local 4 News and Local 4+ → Read More

State House candidate suspends campaign month before Nov. election due to allegations about his childhood

A state representative candidate in the race for the seat that covers part of Washtenaw and Jackson Counties suspended his campaign a month before the November election. → Read More

Community gathers to remember Dakota High School graduate killed in crash in Clinton Township

Hundreds gathered in the parking lot of the Clinton Township Public Library Monday night to remember Keegan Reed. → Read More

Royal Oak library fights back against calls for banning books with riff on Rock and Roll concert shirt

According to the American Library Association, 2022 is on track to see a record attempt at banning books at public libraries, universities, and schools which is why librarians in Royal Oak are bringing awareness to book bans with a riff on a Rock and Roll concert shirt. → Read More

Oxford High School community comes together for first home football game since deadly shooting

Friday night’s home opener mixed the community’s love of the game with a special remembrance. → Read More

Oxford High School community comes together for first home football game since deadly shooting

A big moment took place in the healing process from the Oxford High School shooting Friday. → Read More