Sandra Ali, Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Sandra Ali

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

Contact Sandra

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Local 4 WDIV Detroit
  • News4JAX
  • News 6 WKMG

Recent articles by Sandra:

Stay safe while you work out: What precautionary steps to take for your next run

Many women are being targeted during runs and Metro Detroit runners are adapting to safety concerns. → Read More

Rochester Hills mothers share stories of sons who rely on blood transfusions amid shortage

Two Rochester Hills mothers share stories of their son’s battles to help others in need of a lifesaving gift. → Read More

The dangers of ATVs in Detroit: What police are doing to prevent injuries on city streets

All-terrain vehicles (ATV) are meant to be used on dirt roads, not on city streets or highways. → Read More

Babysitting rates are on the rise; up 11% in last year

Hiring a babysitter, like many things, is getting more expensive. → Read More

Crushing cars to raise mental health awareness: What Novi students are doing for U-Matter Week

Suicide is the second-leading cause of death in people 10 to 34 years old. → Read More

How counselors are helping police in Western Wayne County respond to mental health crisis calls

There are now hundreds of trained counselors and social workers embedded with police in Wayne County. → Read More

Need for foster families has never been greater in Downriver communities

The need for foster families has never been greater and it is especially impacting communities Downriver. → Read More

‘The system failed everybody that day’: Father of Oxford shooting victim Tate Myre honors son with 42 Strong nonprofit

While life is moving forward for other people, for Buck and Sheri Myre, time seems to be standing still. → Read More

‘Case rates are highest among those who are unvaccinated’: CDC director says omicron isn’t over yet

The White House COVID-19 Response Team held a briefing to update Americans on the effectiveness of the booster shot against the omicron variant and the free COVID test that is being administered by mail. → Read More

Search for Brendan Santo nears 3 months after disappearance on Michigan State campus

It’s been nearly three months since Brendan Santo was last seen at Michigan State University, but there’s still no sign of the missing Rochester Hills student. → Read More

Chelsea Small murder: Family desperately seeks answers 8 years after mother of two killed at work

Small was the mother of two young children. She was gunned down at her place of work on what was supposed to be her day off. → Read More

Has the COVID pandemic impacted your memory? Have you been experiencing brain fog? You’re not alone

If the coronavirus pandemic has left you feeling a little foggy with your memory, you’re not alone. Some women may be feeling it more than others. → Read More

Expert says COVID pandemic shifted priorities for working mothers

In April of 2021 millions of Americans walked away from their jobs. Many said the coronavirus pandemic forced them to rethink their happiness. → Read More

Dearborn native recalls narrow escape from 61st floor of World Trade Center

For the Saleh family, escaping from the World Trade Center meant a new chance at life for two Dearborn brothers. → Read More

‘He was my best friend’: Metro Detroit native remembers brother who was killed in Sept. 11 terrorist attacks

Saturday marks 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Nearly 3,000 people were killed that day in New York, at the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania → Read More

Parents of murdered Oakland County jogger hope tipster will come forward

Ally Brueger was shot and killed along a dirt road near her home in Rose Township on July 30, 2016. Since then, her parents have never stopped working to find her killer. → Read More

Mother shares advice on how to talk to teens about eating disorders

A mother in Metro Detroit is sharing what she’s doing to educate her daughter about eating disorders. → Read More

How parents can cope with separation anxiety as kids head back to summer camp

Parents are encouraged to enjoy their newfound freedom and find a good distraction. → Read More

Working parents face new challenges as more head back to office

When schools and daycares shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, many working parents struggled to manage working while taking care of their children. → Read More

How do workers who stayed in office during pandemic feel about others returning to work

Many people are dealing with anxiety as they return to in-person work -- but what about the workers who never left the office? → Read More