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Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Will:

Detroit police investigate shooting on city’s east side

Detroit police are investigating a shooting on the city’s east side. → Read More

Sold out Girl Scout cookie being resold for hundreds of dollars on eBay

After making its debut last week, a $4 box of Raspberry Rally cookies is now going for hundreds of dollars on eBay. → Read More

Will Jones: Why I decided to come back to Detroit, Local 4

Growing up I remember making the drive up I-75 to Detroit from Cincinnati with my parents and siblings to visit my Uncle Butch, Aunt Marzella, and Cousin Lil’ Butch in the Rosedale Park neighborhood during the summers. Often times we would be greeted with the smell of a charcoal grill at work. → Read More

Chicago clothing designer gets big break after being noticed by NBA all-star Kevin Durant

He got his big break in 2021 when NBA all-star Kevin Durant reached out on Instagram. → Read More

Chicago organization pushing for national recognition for Black cyclist Marshall 'Major' Taylor

Cyclist Marshall "Major" Taylor was not a Chicago native, but he spent the last two years of his life in the city. → Read More

Bronzeville Children's Museum celebrates first day of Kwanzaa with kids activities

The non-religious, cultural holiday kicks off every year on Dec. 26, and lasts until the new year. → Read More

Afghan refugees hoping for easier pathway to permanent residency

The Afghan Adjustment Act would provide a pathway to permanent residency for Afghan refugees. → Read More

American Indian Center will celebrate 70th anniversary in 2023

The nonprofit was birthed in 1953 after federal termination and relocation policies brought thousands of Native Americans from across the country to the Chicago area. → Read More

Reparations symposium held in Evanston on 3-year anniversary of establishing fund in Chicago suburb

All eyes have been on Evanston since 2019 when the city council established the reparations committee and committed $10 million of funding to the program for eligible Black residents. → Read More

Chicago groups commemorate World AIDS Day during march in Humboldt Park

On World AIDS Day, the Puerto Rican Cultural Center organized a march in Humboldt Park to remember those who have died from HIV-related complications. → Read More

Restorative Justice Community Court graduates celebrate fresh start

A group of graduates were awarded a clean slate Friday afternoon. → Read More

South Side high school students become licensed drone pilots

The buzz at Corliss High School is coming from the drone pilot program classroom. → Read More

Native American history could soon be a new requirement in Illinois public schools

Many in the Native American community say their history has been overlooked in Illinois classrooms. → Read More

Dominican University in River Forest celebrates Day of the Dead, places ofrendas on campus

Dominican University students and staff celebrated the Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos, Wednesday. → Read More

Participatory budgeting allows community members who can't legally vote to still have a voice

Participatory budgeting is a democratic process open to most Chicagoans, including undocumented immigrants, but few know about it. → Read More

Rolling Meadows High School students 'taking back' mural hit by vandals

It took months for the Rolling Meadows High School Art Club to design and complete their mural at the Kirchhoff Road underpass. → Read More

Illinois jobs hiring: Conference at University of Illinois Chicago seeks to narrow racial wealth gap

"The racial gap, as far as disparity of wealth is just truly unbelievable, and I feel that for me as treasurer of Chicago, my role is to help break that gap," she said. → Read More

El Paseo Community Garden deepening its roots in changing Pilsen neighborhood

El Paseo Community Garden was founded in Pilsen in 2009 and has grown into a community hub. → Read More

Weekend festival in Chicago's Woodlawn neighborhood celebrates Black Wall Street

The festival will showcase that history and also highlight a time when Black neighborhoods in Chicago were more self-sustaining. → Read More

A new study plans to look at the impact of climate change on Chicago

Low-income communities of color are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change. → Read More