Evrod Cassimy, Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Evrod Cassimy

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Evrod:

🔒 Evrod Cassimy: My top 4 memories in Detroit

Before Evrod's last newscast at WDIV, he shares some of his favorite memories of his time in Motor City. → Read More

They’re walking 140 miles across Michigan in turnout gear to raise money for firefighters battling cancer

It’s called Walk for the Red 140. Firefighters are walking 140 miles to help firefighters battling cancer. → Read More

Here’s what we know as Detroit Youth Job program takes first steps toward long-term careers

Grow Detroit’s Young Talent Program had students considering their first step toward a long-term career on Monday. → Read More

Inside Detroit’s Real-Time Crime Center: How Detroit police use technology to fight crime

We’ve seen the inside of Detroit’s Real Time Crime Monitoring Facility before, but how does it all work to keep people safe? → Read More

Meet the first graduating class of Apple’s developer academy in Detroit

Thursday marks the graduation of the first-ever Detroit Apple Developer Academy students. → Read More

USPS workers in Southgate trained on how to react if a dog attacks

Thousands of packages and letters are delivered every day to different homes out of a Southgate post office. → Read More

Lifeguard shortage could mean reduced hours, closures at many Metro Detroit pools

As we inch closer and closer to Memorial Day weekend, many pools in Metro Detroit are opening up for the summer season -- but they need more lifeguards and fast. If they don’t get help, it could mean reduced hours or closures. → Read More

Evrod Cassimy: What to expect in our new 7 a.m Local 4+ streaming newscast

4-4 on Local 4! I’m super excited that we can finally share the news with you! → Read More

Detroit native helps refugees flee war in Ukraine: ‘It changes you’

A man native to Detroit plans to stick it out in Ukraine. Even though he has witnessed buildings being bombed around him. He has made it his mission to help others escape. → Read More

New app offers real-time financial advice for times you’re in ‘money pickle’

You might be scared or embarrassed to work with a financial advisor. Some people feel awkward talking to someone about their personal finances or debt. Now it’s easier than ever to get professional help without the embarrassment. → Read More

Should the old water tower in St. Clair Shores be demolished?

Some people can’t imagine St. Clair Shores without the water tower that’s been there since the 1920s -- others are wondering why it’s still there. → Read More

🔒My top 4 things to do in Detroit

I’m lucky enough to work Downtown and I see new things each and every day. → Read More

Latino Talent Awards honor Metro Detroit community members making a positive impact

The event awards different Hispanic entrepreneurs, influencers, essential workers, community organizers, philanthropists, volunteers and more for giving back. → Read More

Sterling Heights police officers help man hook up new TV after pulling him over for speeding

A Macomb County man was having a rough day until he was pulled over by police. → Read More

Detroit nonprofit offers support to new, expecting mothers

Becoming a new mom can be scary, and there are many challenges along the way. Thankfully, one local organization is stepping in to help. → Read More

Meet the Metro Detroit women who launched Skinphorea Facial Bar

Two Black female business owners were told “no” so many times that the average person would have called it quits, but they didn’t stop trying. After five years of perseverance they now own a million dollar company. → Read More

A look inside Detroit’s historic Black-owned radio station

The city of Detroit is full of rich history, especially when it comes to music -- and what would music be without radio? → Read More

Star of Aretha Franklin biopic comes to Metro Detroit for private screening of ‘Respect’

Jennifer Hudson, the star of the Aretha Franklin biopic, paid a visit to Metro Detroit. → Read More

New affordable housing unit opens in Oakland County after thieves steal air conditioning units

Wednesday was a special day for the people of nonprofit Lighthouse of Oakland County as they cut the ribbon on Coolidge Place in Oak Park. → Read More

Nonprofit brings mentors to Detroit classrooms

City Year Detroit is a local branch of a nationwide nonprofit that places corps members into classrooms to mentor and work with children. → Read More