April is Autism Awareness Month and one of the groups educating themselves on the subject is law enforcement.
All across the U.S., including here in Detroit, one nonprofit is hard at work bringing playgrounds -- and smiles -- to children in communities often overlooked.
We do not live in a world of hate -- but these days, it certainly feels that way.
The Archdiocese of Detroit will broadcast Sunday Mass from the Basilica of Ste. Anne de Detroit.
The state of Michigan aims to vaccinate 100,000 people every day.
It’s been a tough year for all of us but for Oakland County Sheriff’s deputy Bob Loken, it’s been extra hard as he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last fall.
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“No person should have to make the decision of the choice between keeping them home of feeding their family,” Gilbert said.
Bridget Smith is a sixth grader at University Middle School who took her passion for reading to a whole new level.
Lily Higgins is a triple-threat junior from Detroit Country Day, excelling in academics, sports and community service.
The Archdiocese of Detroit will broadcast Mass from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament on Sunday.
Her family thought they might be able to see her in person, but unfortunately, it’s still not safe. So they took their 2020 birthday plans and expanded them for 2021.
Watch “Ellen’s Game of Games” Sunday at 9 p.m. on Local 4.
All the animal cuteness you need right now was packed into our new All 4 Pets Special.
Do you know a young person who is really making a difference in our community? A standout student, volunteer, star athlete - or all around incredible person?
Students at Dakota High School are working to help each other with mental health issues at their level.
She’s a standout student at Renaissance High School in Detroit.
She’s a 7th grader at University Prep Science and Math Middle School.
Listeners of New Country 93.1 know him as Josh ‘Bru’ Brubaker, but 2.9 million followers worldwide know him as the ‘CEO of Radio Tik Tok.’
Five places in Detroit have been officially deemed historic for their role in the Civil Rights Movement.