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Local chef shares recipes of favorite ways to revamp Thanksgiving leftovers

It’s a guilty pleasure of Thanksgiving... the leftovers. → Read More

$11.4M development plan approved for former horse racing track site in Wayne County

An $11.4 million development plan was approved for the Northville Downs horse racing track in Wayne County. → Read More

Medical law experts: Michigan Prop 3 unrelated to child consent laws, gender-affirming care

There have been a lot of claims on both sides about what the impact of Proposition 3 would mean if it were to pass. → Read More

How Michigan’s county clerks make sure your vote is counted and the election is secure

Millions of votes are cast and counted. But it all starts with a single ballot. → Read More

Hazel Park police investigate deadly shooting at manufacturing plant, accused shooter in custody

The Hazel Park Police Department are trying to figure out what sparked a deadly shooting at a manufacturing plant. → Read More

Michigan Election Guide 2022: Key races, ballot proposals, voter information

The 2022 Michigan General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and there are a slew of key races and statewide ballot proposals to know about before casting your vote by mail, starting in late September, or in person in November. → Read More

Michigan Voter Guide 2022: Get to know key races, ballot proposals before voting

The 2022 Michigan General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and there are a slew of key races and statewide ballot proposals to know about before casting your vote by mail, starting in late September, or in person in November. → Read More

State giving out federal money to help build missing middle housing

A first of its kind investment to put a dent in a major problem in metro Detroit. → Read More

Battle over money looms as Mosque opens in Troy

The battle over money looms as a Mosque in Troy is scheduled to open in less than 24 hours. → Read More

Grant Hermes: Local 4′s weekend morning show is expanding

We’ve got big news, that is we’re bringing you more news on the weekend mornings! → Read More

Daughter says QAnon radicalized Walled Lake father before he killed mother, dog, injured sister

The 21-year-old daughter of a man who police said killed his wife, the family dog and severely injured his 25-year-old daughter said her father was radicalized by QAnon. → Read More

Technology used to pinpoint sound of gunshots in Detroit draws controversy over price, reliability

ShotSpotter is technology used to pinpoint gunfire, but it’s drawn a lot of controversy in Detroit. → Read More

Size does matter: As trucks and SUVs get bigger, more pedestrians are being killed

Trucks and SUVs are getting bigger and bigger, while pedestrian deaths continue to grow across the U.S. → Read More

Mother charged with helping son after he escaped police custody in Eastpointe

Officials say a mother has been charged with helping her son after he escaped police custody in Eastpointe. → Read More

Michigan Dems call on feds to investigate 11 GOP lawmakers for ‘seditious conspiracy’ in 2020 election

There are new developments surrounding the battle over certifying Michigan’s results in the 2020 election. → Read More

Why the American classic hotdog would be nothing without Detroit

I love a hotdog. I love a hotdog almost anyway they come. Chicago dog? With extra peppers please. Seattle dog? Slather on that cream cheese. Dodger dog? Classics never go out of style. → Read More

House passes 2 measures aimed at protecting abortion access: What this could mean for Michigan

The U.S. House of Representatives passed two measures aimed at protecting abortion access nationwide. → Read More

Here’s how Roe V. Wade being overturned can impact midterm elections for Michiganders

Reaction comes in from across the state after the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe V. Wade. → Read More

Oxford High School testing new technology to detect guns in school

A high-tech way to quickly detect weapons in schools is getting a test run in Metro Detroit. → Read More

Climate change is going to make allergy season worse, study says

A new study from the University of Michigan says allergy seasons might be on the verge of getting worse. → Read More