Meaghan St Pierre, Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Meaghan St Pierre

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

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Past articles by Meaghan:

Lights off and danger on: What you need to know about the latest, dangerous driving trend

We’ve all seen it. Cars on the highway without lights. → Read More

Gift of Warmth telethon: How to donate to help families in need

It could be a coworker, a neighbor, a friend, someone you see at church, nearly 40 percent of households in Michigan struggle to pay for basic housing needs including utility bills. → Read More

‘It’s about being unapologetically yourself’: MSP Lt. Col. Amy Dehner writes letter to younger self

Michigan State Police Chief Deputy Director Lt. Col. Amy Dehner has spent 17 years on the force and said she feels like she’s just getting started. → Read More

Metro Detroit women share challenges they’ve faced throughout the COVID pandemic

Four women shared the challenges they’ve faced and their worries for other women as we mark International Women’s Day. → Read More

‘LokenStrong’: Community shows support for Oakland County deputy battling cancer

A devastating diagnosis for a Oakland County sheriff’s deputy who has been a pillar of strength for so many -- especially one little boy known as Stephen Strong. → Read More

Gift of Warmth telethon: You can donate to help families in need

The Heat and Warmth Fund, or THAW, continues to provide assistance with utility bills and to help these people during a very difficult time in their lives. → Read More

Detroit Youth Choir to perform tonight on America’s Got Talent

Wednesday night is the finale of NBC’s America’s Got Talent. One year ago, the Detroit Youth Choir finished in second place, and this year, the choir returned for an encore performance. → Read More

Warren couple wants people to know COVID-19 is very serious

A couple in Warren wants everyone to take COVID-19 seriously after they both got sick and had drastically different symptoms. → Read More

Dozens of residents join lawsuit against dam owners following devastating mid-Michigan floods

As many as 60 residents have joined a class-action lawsuit against the owners of the dams that failed and caused catastrophic flooding in mid-Michigan. → Read More

Metro Detroit couple reunited after 50 days apart due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 outbreak is the first time the two have been apart, but their love and faith got them through it. → Read More

Will children still be able to go to summer camps amid coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?

It’s a question looming over many metro Detroit families: Will their children have in-person summer camp this year? → Read More

Online predators target children forced to communicate virtually during Michigan stay-at-home order

Our children are spending more time online doing school work, connecting with family and friends and simply having fun, and unfortunately, parents are not the only ones who know that. Federal investigators say online predators know that too. → Read More

Michigan health officials start reporting nursing home COVID-19 data

State of Michigan health officials are planning to start reporting nursing home COVID-19 cases on Friday. → Read More

Team behind Wheelhouse Graphix helping other small Metro Detroit businesses during virus outbreak

Wheelhouse Graphix has seen its business slow down during this coronavirus crisis, but the team behind the company is focused on how they can use their time and resources to help other small businesses. → Read More

Experts warn of hidden dangers when using crowdfunding sites

More and more people who find themselves overwhelmed by unexpected medical and other expenses are turning to crowdfunding to raise much-needed money. → Read More

Detroit doctors help woman survive heart problem, continue teaching ballroom dancing

For Kathryn Gornick, dancing has been a love affair that has lasted a lifetime. At 85 years old, she has no plans of it ending anytime soon. → Read More

Viral ‘skull breaker challenge’ circulating on social media puts children in danger

Kathleen DeJesus had no idea when she got hurt that she was an unknowing participant in the latest social media challenge. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Rod the Builder competes in holiday lighting challenge

This year, Rod Meloni will challenge a professional in a holiday lighting challenge to benefit two children going through a hard time. → Read More

Rod the Builder takes on Christmas lights challenge to help Metro Detroit family

It's a tradition everyone in the Local 4 newsroom looks forward to on the day after Thanksgiving, as business editor Rod Meloni turns in his reporter notepad for his Rod the Builder apron. → Read More

Blog: Why I’m letting the holiday season (and Christmas music) start early this year

Blog: Why I’m letting the holiday season (and Christmas music) start early this year → Read More