Detroit gospel singer pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II – and more news

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Detroit gospel singer Marvin Winans pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Mourners from around the world, including Detroit, continue to wait in a five-mile line to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II.

Pastor and gospel singer Marvin L. Winans of the Perfecting Church in Detroit near Van Dyke and Nevada Avenues is one of many tributes paid.

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Bed bug problems: what to do if you have them, how to check, how to prevent them

Bed bugs are not a sign of a dirty home or poor personal hygiene. Bedbugs move to new places by hiding in furniture, suitcases, or other objects that are moved. They are not known to spread disease, but can be bothersome as they can cause itching and loss of sleep.

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Tip leads to police arrest of Monroe County Toledo robbery suspect, police say

Monroe County officials said Saturday a man who robbed a credit union near the Ohio-Michigan border is in custody.

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See Local 4’s Best Dressed at the 2022 Detroit Auto Show Charity Preview

Thousands of people celebrated Huntington Square Friday night for North American International Auto Show Outline of charity. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos of our staff having fun at one of Detroit’s biggest parties this year.

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Time: Chance of rain early in the week in Metro Detroit – what you need to know to stay dry

Local 4Casters track the latest weather alerts in Metro Detroit and Southeast Michigan. Get the most up-to-date information here:

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