Local 4 News Today — Nov. 1, 2017


♪♪>>Brandon: WELCOME BACK TO “LOCAL 4 NEWS TODAY” ON A HUMP DAY, THE 1st OF NOVEMBER, THE FIRST DAY AND THE FIRST HUMP DAY OF NOVEMBER. IT’S 35 RIGHT NOW WITH A WIND CHILL CLOSER TO 30, AND ONLY MIDDLE 40s TODAY, WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES MOST OF THE DAY. KIM?>>Kim: THANK YOU, BRANDON. A LOOK AT WHAT’S GOING ON, ON YOUR ROADS. FREEWAYS LOOKING GOOD AND WE HAVE AN ACCIDENT OVER IN RAY TOWNSHIP THAT HAS 26 MILE CLOSED BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROADS. IF YOU DO TRAVEL THIS ROUTE, USE HAGEN INSTEAD.>>Rhonda: IT’S TIME FOR “HELP ME HANK” “CONSUMER ALERT.” GROCERY SUPER STORE MEIJER HAS RECALLED THE DARK CHOCOLATE PRODUCTS DUE TO AN UNDECLARED MILK ALLERGEN.>>Evrod: IT INCLUDES THE MEIJER BULK DARK CHOCOLATE ALMONDS, CASHEWS AND COFFEE BEANS. SO FAR, THERE HAVE BEEN NO ILLNESSES REPORTED, BUT IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE PRODUCTS RETURN THEM TO THE NEAREST STORE FOR A FULL REFUND.>>Rhonda: IN OUR NEXT HALF-HOUR, STORIES FROM ACROSS METRO DETROIT, INCLUDING MONROE AND FRASER.>>Evrod: MORE THAN 100 CATS RESCUED FROM THIS OAKLAND COUNTY HOME. HOW YOU CAN HELP THEM FIND A NEW HOME.>>Rhonda: AND WE WILL UPDATE THE TRUCK TERROR ATTACK BEI>>Announcer: LIVE FROM DOWNTOWN DETROIT, “LOCAL 4 NEWS TODAY” ADD 5:0030 STARTS NOW!>>Evrod: IT’S BEING CALLED A COWARDLY ACT. 8 PEOPLE KILLED WHEN A TRUCK DRIVER GOES ROARING DOWN A BIKE PATH.>>Rhonda: A SCHOOL ON LOCKDOWN AFTER A PARENT TAKES A TEACHER HOSTAGE.>>Evrod: A LOT OF NEWS TO GET TO THIS MORNING ON THE 1st DAY OF NOVEMBER. WELCOME TO WEDNESDAY! THANK YOU FOR WAKING UP WITH US!>>Rhonda: HOPEFULLY HAD YOU A HAPPY HALLOWEEN! OVER TO BRANDON. I KNOW YOU SAID WE’LL START TO SEE A WARM-UP THIS WEEK. IS THAT TODAY?>>Brandon: MORE SO TOMORROW. THE CLOUDS WILL BE STUBBORN AND KEEP OUR TEMPS DOWN. IT MAY NOT DROP FARTHER THAN WHAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW. METRO ZONE, 35 DEGREES ON THE YOUR DOOR. OUT WEST IN HOWELL, 32 DEGREES. IT’S 33 IN LAPEER. IN OUR NORTH ZONE, MONROE, OUR SOUTH ZONE, ALSO SEEING TEMPS IN THE MIDDLE TO UPPER 30s OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF HOURS. 33 DEGREES AT 8:00 A.M. SORT OF A BLENDED TEMPERATURE ON AVERAGE, MIDDLE 30s THROUGH 8:00, 9:00, AROUND 40 DEGREES AT NOONTIME. 46 YOUR AFTERNOON HIGH. AND WE COULD SEE A COUPLE OF SHOWERS ON THE EAST SIDE AS WE HEAD THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. PARTS OF SOUTHEN ONTARIO, MAYBE UP INTO THE THUMB. THIS MORNING, A COUPLE OF FLAKES AND FLURRIES DOWN IN THE TOLEDO AREA, THAT’S ABOUT IT FOR NOW. WE’LL TALK ABOUT HEAVIER RAINS COMING IN FOR YOUR WEDNESDAY NIGHT, COMING UP. BUT KIM, RIGHT NOW AS YOU HEAD OUT THE DOOR, “4 LIVE TRAFFIC,” ROADS ARE DRY.>>Kim: THAT’S THE GREAT NEWS. DRY ROADS, FREEWAYS LOOKING GREAT AS WELL. SO CONDITIONS ARE GOOD, BUT WE WANT TO LET YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS ACCIDENT OVER IN RAY TOWNSHIP THAT COULD SLOW YOU DOWN IF YOU TRAVEL THROUGH THIS AREA. THE EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND LANES OF 26 MILE CURRENTLY CLOSED BECAUSE OF THAT ACCIDENT AS THEY CLEAN THAT UP, BUT THIS IS BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROADS. IF YOU TRAVEL THIS WAY, USE HAGEN ROAD INSTEAD. I WANNA TAKE A LOOK AT WOODWARD CONSTRUCTION THAT COULD SLOW YOU DOWN OVER ON THE SOUTHBOUND LANES NORTH OF LONG LAKE ROAD HERE. EXPECT ONE LANE BLOCKED THERE BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 3 P.M. SO IF YOU TRAVEL DURING THOSE HOURS, COULD BE SLOWER THAN NORMAL. I-696 COULD BE SLOWER THAN NORMAL AS WELL. I’LL TELL YOU ABOUT CONSTRUCTION THERE, COMING UP IN MY NEXT REPORT AT5:44. BACK TO YOU.>>Evrod: IT IS 5:32. IN WHAT NEW YORK’S MAYOR IS CALLING A COWARDLY ACT OF TERROR, A MAN DRIVING A HOME DEPOT RENTAL TRUCK KILLED 8 PEOPLE ON A BIKE PATH ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON. THE CRIME SCENE SPANS ABOUT TEN BLOCKS IN THE SHADOW OF THE WORLD TRADE CENTER. THE DRIVER IS A 29-YEAR-OLD IMMIGRANT FROM UZBEKISTAN AND WAS SHOT IN THE ABDOMEN BY POLICE AFTER GETTING OUT OF HIS CAR FLASHING TWO REALISTIC-LOOKING GUNS. IN ADDITION TO THOSE HE KILLED, 11 OTHERS WERE HURT.>>THIS HAPPENED OUT OF NOWHERE. I WAS WALKING DOWN THE STREET, A NORMAL DAY AND THEN JUST MULTIPLE GUNSHOTS, ONE AFTER ANOTHER, COMPLETELY UNEXPECTED.>>Evrod: THE SUSPECT IS IN BELLVIEW HOSPITAL AND REVIEWS TO TALK TO INVESTIGATORS. THEY HAVE FOUND NO CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SUSPECT AND ANY KNOWN TERROR ORGANIZATIONS. THREE VICTIMS IN CRITICAL CONDITION ON TUESDAY EVENING, INCLUDING THE KILLER WHO WAS UNDERGOING SURGERY. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS STORY, YOU CAN HEAD TO OUR WEBSITE, CLICKONDETROIT.COM.>>Rhonda: A CALL FOR HELP IS GOING OUT THIS MORNING AS ANIMAL SHELTERS AND AUTHORITIES LOOK FOR NEW HOMES FOR MORE THAN 100 CATS. THEY ARE RESCUED FROM A HOME IN MADISON HEIGHTS. LOCAL 4’S NICK MONACELLI JOINS US FROM THERE NOW THIS MORNING. NICK, THAT IS A LOT OF CATS.>>Nick: 115 IN ALL. AND THERE COULD BE SOME CATS LEFT INSIDE OF THE HOME HERE IN MADISON HEIGHTS. WE WERE OUT HERE YESTERDAY. THE SMELL IS OVERPOWERING AND DISGUSTING, TO SAY THE LEAST. EVEN WITH THE HOME BOARDED UP AND DOORS AND WINDOWED CLOSED, YOU CAN SMELL IT, URINE AND FECES ALL OVER THAT HOME. THE HOMEOWNER IS CHARGED WITH ANIMAL HOARDING AND ANIMAL CRUELTY AND FACING UP TO 4 YEARS IN PRISON IF CONVICTED.>>THE ENTIRE HOUSE IS BEING USED AS A LITTER BOX.>>Nick: THE SMELL INSIDE IS SO BAD, THE POLICE CHIEF IS BORROWING FRESH AIR FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.>>I JUST DON’T KNOW. I CAN’T FATHOM HOW YOU COULD LIVE AND BREATHE IN THAT ENVIRONMENT LET ALONE THE CATS SURVIVE IN THAT ENVIRONMENT.>>Nick: NEIGHBORS CALL POLICE TO THE HOME ON HECK STREET BECAUSE OF SMELL. THEY FOUND THE 58-YEAR-OLD HOMEOWNER WITH ALL THE CATS. THEY RESCUED ANOTHER 11 CATS YESTERDAY. THEY COME BACK ALMOST EVERY DAY HOPING TO FIND MORE. THE TOTAL IS NOW AT 115.>>VERY EMACIATED AND DEHYDRATED.>>Nick: MANY ARE BROUGHT HERE TO THE ANIMAL SHELTER. AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE ISN’T MUCH ROOM IN FACT, THEY CAN ONLY HOLD 15 CATS. THE OAKLAND COUNTY SHELTER HAS BEEN TAKING EVERY CAT THEY CAN, BUT THEY’RE OUT OF ROOM TOO.>>WE REALLY NEED PEOPLE AND OTHER RESCUES THAT ARE ABLE TO HELP US IN PLACING THE CATS THA CAN BE PLACED.>>Nick: ON TOP OF THAT, MADISON HEIGHTS IS RUNNING OUT OF MONEY, FOOD, LITTER, VET BILLS, IT COSTS. BUT FOR A GOOD REASO LIKE PAPARAZZI, FOR INSTANCE, BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT HE LOOKED LIKE TWO WEEKS AGO.>>RIGHT NOW, IT’S HAVING ENOUGH FUNDING TO TAKE CARE OF ALL THE MEDICAL ISSUES THESE CATS HAVE. THE MEDICAL ISSUES AND CAT LITTER, CAT FOOD, ITEMS LIKE THAT, ARE WHAT WE’RE IN NEED OF.>>Nick: HERE’S A LIVE LOOK AT THE HOME THAT IS CONDEMNED AND LIKELY WILL HAVE TO BE TORN DOWN. THE OWNER WILL BE IN COURT FOR A PRELIMINARY EXAM. AS FOR THE HOME, THERE ARE LIVE TRAPS INSIDE AND SET EVEN MORE TOMORROW, HOPING TO RESCUE OR CAPTURE MORE OF THE CATS. THEY FOUND EVEN MORE ANIMALS, DECEASED, KEPT IN BUCKETS IN THE GARAGE. WE’RE LIVE HERE IN MADISON HIGHLIGHTS, NICK MONACELLI, “LOCAL 4 NEWS TODAY.”>>Evrod: SO DISTURBING AND VERY SAD! HOPEFULLY THE CATS WILL GET A NEW CLEAN-SMELLING HOME.>>>5:37. TWO OUSTED CITY OFFICIALS IN FRASER ARE NOW TRYING TO GET A JUDGE OFF THE CASE. FORMER FRASER MAYOR NICHOLS AND CITY COUNCILMEMBER HEMELBERG WERE REMOVED IN SEPTEMBER AFTER ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND NOW ARE TRYING TO RECLAIM THEIR SEATS LEGALLY AND SAID THEY’VE BEEN CHEATED OUT OF DUE PROCESS FROM THE START AND FILED TO HAVE CARETTI REMOVED FROM THE CASE BECAUSE OF INVOLVEMENT WITH HUTH.>>WE HAVE A JUDGE WITH HIS OWN SET OF PROBLEMS, WELL DOCUMENTED, AND AN ATTORNEY THAT HE HAS A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH.>>Evrod: AND HE SAID THE MAYOR WON’T TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS ACTIONS. IT IS HEADED TO COURT NOVEMBER 6. AND F HEMELBERG ON THE 7th.>>Rhonda: POLICE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THE WOMAN WHO RAN AFTER THEY NOTICED THE WOMAN BEATING A MAN INSIDE OF A GAS STATION. SHE WAS PLACED IN HANDCUFFS AND TAKEN BACK INTO THE STORE. MEANWHILE, THE FELON WENT INTO CARDIAC ARREST. WHILE POLICE WERE ATTENDING TO HIM, THE WOMAN JUST WALKED AWAY AND ESCAPED NEAR FORT AND DRAGOON STREETS ON MONDAY AND IS STILL OUT THERE.>>>IN MONROE COUNTY, A BOLD AND SHAMELESS THIEF AFTER HE SWIPED A DONATION JAR RIGHT FROM A RESTAURANT. YOU SEE THE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO. IT HAPPENED AT THE A & W RESTAURANT. THE VIDEO SHOWS THE MAN TAKE THE JAR RIGHT OFF THE COUNTER. THE MONEY WAS MEANT FOR THE MONROE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION OR RECOGNIZE THE MAN IN THIS VIDEO, CONTACT MONROE POLICE.>>Evrod: MEANWHILE, THE WOMAN IN THE BRIGHT ORANGE SWEATSHIRT, SHE IS STILL IN HANDCUFFS. HOPEFULLY IT COMES TO AN END SOON.>>Rhonda: THIS DOESN’T SEEM FAIR BUT THIS MORNING, WORKERS WHO DO NOT SMOKE ARE BEING GIVEN EXTRA PAID VACATION DAYS.>>Evrod: HOW WIL THEY EXPLAIN THAT ONE?>>>ON GUARD FOR A REAL HALLOWEEN BOOKIE MAN, WHY THEY HAD TO TRICK-OR-TREAT WITH POLICE ESCORTS. BACK IN A MINUTE.>>Evrod: WELCOME BACK! A KILLER IS STILL ON THE LOOSE IN A FLORIDA NEIGHBORHOOD. BUT THE RESIDENTS IN THAT AREA AREN’T LETTING THE TERROR OF A KILLER SPOIL THEIR HALLOWEEN FUN. TAMPA’S MAYOR SHOWED NO FEAR AS THEY JOINED CHILDREN FOR A NIGHT OF TRICK-OR-TREATING. OFFICERS PATROLLED ON BIKES AS WELL AS ON FOOT. WHILE THE POLICE PRESENCE WAS VERY HIGH, MANY RESIDENTS WERE ON HIGH ALERT.>>MORE CAUTIOUS, LIKE WANT PEOPLE TO TAKE THEIR MASKS OFF AND NOT EVEN WEAR MASKS, THAT WOULD BE WISER RIGHT NOW TO ALTER YOUR COSTUME SO YOUR FACE IS SEEN.>>Evrod: AND DO WHATEVER YOU WANT WITH YOUR OUTFIT OR HAIR. THERE HAVE BEEN NO INCIDENTS REPORTED, BUT THEY’RE URGING CHILDREN TO STAY INDOORS AT NIGHT AND AVOID WALKING ALONE. THE REWARD FOR THE THREE MURDERS IS NOW $35,000.>>Rhonda: TIME IS 5:43. THE UTAH NURSE AT THE VERY OF THIS CONTROVERSIAL ARREST BACK IN JULY HAS SAID HER LAWSUIT FOR $500,000. SHE WAS ARRESTED FOR REFUSING TO LET POLICE DRAW A BLOOD SAMPLE FROM AN UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT IN HER HOSPITAL. THE VIDEO OF HER ARREST WENT VIRAL AND DREW NATIONAL ATTENTION. THE ARRESTING OFFICE WAS FIRED AND THE LIEUTENANT WHO ORDERED THE ARREST HAS BEEN DEMOTED TO OFFICER RANK.>>Evrod: A “HELP ME HANK” TRAVEL ALERT IF YOU PLAN TO TRAVEL OVER THANKSGIVING.>>Rhonda: WE’LL BE UP AND DOWN WOODWARD AVENUE. DUE TO THE ECONOMY PICKING UP AND AIRFARES STAYING LOW, A RECORD NUMBER OF TRAVELERS FOR THE HOLIDAY. AN ESTIMATED 28.5 MILLION PEOPLE ARE EXPECTED TO FLY BETWEEN THE 17th AND THE 28th OF THIS MONTH.>>Evrod: A 3% INCREASE FROM THIS TIME LAST YEAR. AND THE BUSIEST DAY IS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, AND MORE THAN 2 MILLION PEOPLE ARE EXPECTED TO FLY HEADING BACK TO THEIR HOMES TO GET READY FOR THE WORKWEEK.>>Rhonda: PACK YOUR PATIENCE.>>Evrod: WE’LL ALL BE HERE. THANKSGIVING DAY IS A FUN TIME IN METRO DETROIT.>>Brandon: WE HAVE TO WORK IT, BUT WE LOVE TO WORK THE PARADE. HOW ABOUT THE CRAZY EASTSIDERS HERE, DRESSING UP THE PETS FOR HALLOWEEN. THIS IS — LOOKS LIKE A RABBIT WITH A WITCH’S HAT ON THERE. THIS I LEONARDO. SAYING “BOO!” WHO NEEDS A BLACK CAT, FROM ST. CLAIR SHORES. THIS IS GROSSE POINTE WOODS AND YET ANOTHER ANIMAL IN A WITCH’S HAT. THAT IS A KITTY CAD IN GROSSE POINTE WOODS, SASHA P HER BEST HAT ON TO GREET TRICK-OR-TREATERS. THANKS FOR SHARING YOUR LOCAL 4 STORM PINS, A FREE APP UNDER WDIV. NUMBERS OUTSIDE YOUR DOOR ARE NOT MISLEADING BUT YOU NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO THE BOTTOM ROW HERE, THE GOLD BAR IS THE WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE OR THE FEELS-LIKE, WHAT IT FEELS LIKE ON YOUR SKIN IF YOU’RE NOT WEARING THE GLOVES AND HATS, THE THICKER COATS TODAY. MIDDLE 30s AND LOW 30s IN ALL FOUR ZONES, AND WIND CHILLS IN THE UPPER 20s TO LOW 30s, SO THAT’S WHAT YOU WANT TO DRESS FOR AS YOU HEAD OUT AND ABOUT. 40 DEGREES BY NOONTIME, DEALING WITH CLOUD COVER THE MAJORITY OF THE DAY AND COULD GET A COUPLE OF STRAY SHOWERS, ESPECIALLY EASTSIDERS. AND ALL YOUR PET PICTURES, NOW WE GET SHOWERS SOONER THAN WESTSIDERS. THANKS A LOT. REALLY NOT YOUR FAULT. WE HAVE A COUPLE OF FLURRIES DOWN IN THE TOLEDO AREA. PARTS OF NORTHERN OHIO. THE LION’S SHARE OF THE MOISTURE WELL SOUTH. IT IS PULLING NORTH, AND WE GET RAIN SHOWERS TONIGHT. LET’S CHECK THE MODEL HERE. AND THE TIME LINE SHOWS IN THE AFTERNOON, BY 3:00, A LITTLE GLANCING BLOW, A QUICK SHOWER EAST SIDE AND INTO THE NORTH ZONE. MOST OF THE WET WEATHER COMES IN HERE AFTER 9:00 OR 10:00, LIQUID, NOT FROZEN. WARM AIR IS COMING IN AND TEMPERATURES WILL NOT FALL TONIGHT, EVEN WITH THE RAIN. WARM FRONT THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT, SO SHOWERS ARE HEAVY LATE, LATE TONIGHT AND EARLY THURSDAY. MIDDAY TOMORROW, WE GET A BREAK AND 62 DEGREES. MORE SHOWERS THROUGH THE LATE AFTERNOON THURSDAY. FRIDAY 55. A NICE MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS. SATURDAY A COUPLE OF BIG GAMES HERE IN THE METRO DETROIT AREA. AND WE DO HAVE A CHANCE FOR AFTERNOON SHOWERS, BUT SUNDAY COULD BE DANCING WITH THE LOW 60s AGAIN, WHICH WOULD BE NICE. KIM?>>Kim: IF YOU’RE TAILGATING ON SATURDAY, BRING THE PONCHO. GOOD MORNING, EVERYONE! WE ARE STILL LOOKING GOOD ON OUR FREEWAYS. HOWEVER WE’VE GOT A CLOSURE IN RAY TOWNSHIP DUE TO AN ACCIDENT I WANT TO WARN YOU ABOUT. THE EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND LANES OF 26 MILE CLOSED BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROAD. IF YOU TRAVEL THROUGH RAY TOWNSHIP, USE HAGEN ROAD INSTEAD. AND CONSTRUCTION ON EASTBOUND I-696 BETWEEN COOLIDGE AND WOODWARD, ONLY ONE LANE OPEN THERE, HOPEFULLY WON’T SLOW YOU DOWN TOO MUCH BECAUSE THIS STARTS TONIGHT AT 9:00 P.M., ENDING TOMORROW AT 5:00 A.M. WESTBOUND I-696 BETWEEN I-75 AND WOODWARD WILL BE THAT WAY, AS WELL. ON ONE LANE OPEN. THERE’S A CHANCE YOU COULD RUN INTO A CLOSURE. THEY’RE DOING 15-MINUTE CLOSURES BETWEEN 9:00 P.M. AND 5:00 A.M. IF YOU RUN INTO A CLOSURE, DETOUR SIGNS TO DIRECT YOU AROUND THAT ONE. AND WE ALSO WANT TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE BIG PICTURE HERE AND WE DON’T HAVE ANY ACCIDENTS ON OUR FREEWAYS, SO WE’RE GOOD. BACK TO YOU.>>Evrod: 5:48. LET’S GET INTO STORIES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED. THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA HAS BEEN RECEIVED A DONATION OF $15 MILLION FROM THE WILLIAM DAVIDSON FOUNDATION.>>Rhonda: AND THREE OTHER FOUNDATIONS HAVE ALREADY PLEDGED A TOTAL OF $3.5 MILLION, WHICH IS OVER HALF OF WHAT’S NEEDED, BRINGING THE GRAND TOTAL UP TO $18.5 MILLION FOR OUR BELOVED DSO. THE ENDOWMENT WOULD JUMP TO $56 MILLION IF THE CHALLENGE GRANT IS MATCHED.>>Evrod: WOW, A LOT OF DOUGH!>>Rhonda: IT’S A WONDERFUL PLACE TO GO AND HEAR THE SYMPHONY. THEY’RE SO GOOD!>>Evrod: ABSOLUTELY.>>>LET’S TALK HALLOWEEN. SEVERAL CELEBRITIES WERE IN THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEARING SOME OF THEIR BEST COSTUMES. TOM BRADY AND HIS WIFE GISELE SHARES A FEW SHOTS OF THEIR FAVORITE COSTUMES, WHAT THEY WORE THIS YEAR.>>Rhonda: THEY DRESSED UP AS AVOCADO AND TOAST. SHE SAID ON INSTAGRAM, I CAN’T RESIST AN AVOCADO.>>Evrod: THAT’S KIND OF RANDOM.>>Rhonda: BUT THEY’RE SO HEALTHY, SO IT’S AN INSPIRATION, THAT’S HOW THEY EAT.>>Evrod: WHO THOUGHT THAT UP? LET’S GO AS AVOCADO AND TOAST FOR HALLOWEEN.>>Rhonda: AND WE GOT INTO OUR COSTUMES YESTERDAY IN CASE YOU MISSED IT.>>Evrod: THAT’S MY SON MALACHI AND SHAY.>>Rhonda: IT DIDN’T GO AS SCRIPTED WHEN IT WENT TO OUR HALLOWEEN REVEALS. WE DID IT DURING OUR 6:00 HOUR YESTERDAY AT CLICKONDETROIT.COM. BUT THERE WERE A FEW FUNNY MOMENTS THAT DID NOT MAKE THE REVEAL.>>Evrod: CHECK THIS OUT. [LAUGHTE [LAUGHTE JUST GO TO — BE THERE, BE THERE, BE THERE. [LAUGHTER]>>Rhonda: IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, WE SHOULD EXPLAIN WHAT THE COSTUMES WERE. YOU PROBABLY COULD DEFINED OF TELL. WE DID FORMER NBC SHOWS FROM BACK IN THE DAY, SO EVROD HAD THE FRESH PRINCE.>>Evrod: FRESH PRINCE OF DETROIT. AND WE RE-CREATED THE THEME SONG FROM THE TV SHOW “FRIENDS.” AND THEN THE BOTTOM LEFT, SOMETHING I’M NOT TOO FAMILIAR WITH.>>Rhonda: THE A-TEAM. AND I LET THEM ALLOW ME TO BE MR. T. AND THEN THE GOLDEN GIRLS. SO VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE SEGMENT. I THINK YOU’RE LEADING, FRESH PRINCE.>>Evrod: THAT WAS A FUN ONE TO DO. SHOUT-OUT TO ALL THE TRICK-OR-TREATERS W CAME BY. WAIT A MINUTE!>>Rhonda: WE HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH IT.>>Rhonda: A BIG THANKS TO KHARY, HE IS KIM’S TRAFFIC PRODUCER BUT ALSO A MUSIC PRODUCER AND HE ACTUALLY WROTE THE RAP.>>Evrod: AND GOES BY THE NAME ROOFIO JONES. IT IS 5:51. AFTER THE BREAK, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT HALLOWEEN CANDY CONCERNS.>>Rhonda: ONE COMMUNITY DUMPE ALL OF THE CANDY AND ASKED KIDS TO START OVER.>>Tati: SEE WHAT’S HAPPENING ON THE NEXT “LIVE IN THE D.”>>Jason: HOW TO GROW AND GROOM A BETTER BEARD.>>Tati: AND THE SHEETS FOR A GOT ♪♪>>Brandon: GOOD WEAPONS MORNING. COOL, LOW AND MIDDLE 30s, WIND CHILLS IN THE UPPER 20s. MAKE SURE YOU’VE GOT THE HAT, GLOVES, AND JACKET AS YOU’RE HEADING OUT. THE CLOUDS ARE GOING TO BE WITH US THROUGH THE MORNING AND MOST OF THE DAY. 40 DEGREES AT NOON. 46 THE AFTERNOON HIGH. SOME RAIN COMING YOUR WAY TONIGHT, COULD GET A COUPLE OF EASTSIDE SPOTTY SHOWERS LATE AFTERNOON TODAY. KIM?>>Kim: DEFINITELY A GOOD IDEA TO BUNDLE UP AS YOU HEAD OUT THE DOOR. A LOOK AT YOUR COMMUTE. HEADING TOWARDS I-75, THIS IS A LOOK AT 12 MILE, TRAFFIC VOLUMES STARTING TO BUILD A LITTLE BIT BUT GREAT CONDITIONS AND VISIBILITY IS GOOD, NO ACCIDENTS ON YOUR FREEWAYS.>>Rhonda: A 6-HOUR HOSTAGE SITUATION AT A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAME TO AN END ON TUESDAY EVENING AFTER POLICE AND S.W.A.T. TEAMS HAD TO STORM IN TO THIS SCHOOL BUILDING. OFFICIALS SAY THAT APPARENT CAME TO CASTLEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, PUNCHED A TEACHER AND BARRICADED HIMSELF IN THE CLASSROOM WITH THE FIRST GRADE TEACHER LINDA MONTGOMERY. THE SCHOOL WAS ON LOCKDOWN AND EVACUATED. THE SUSPECT WAS SHOT AND LATER DIED AT A NEARBY HOSPITAL. SCHOOL HAS BEEN CANCELED FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK.>>Evrod: IN WISCONSIN, A SMALL BAG OF METH WAS FOUND IN A CHILD’S TRICK-OR-TREAT BAG. A PARENT FOUND IT AFTER GOING THROUGH THE CHILD’S CANDY, WHICH FORCED AN ENTIRE INDIAN RESERVATION TO THROW AWAY ALL OF THEIR HALLOWEEN CANDY. THEY SET UP A DAY T REDO TRICK-OR-TREATING.>>>YOU CAN BREATHE EASIER AND YOU’RE HEALTHIER IF YOU DON’T SMOKE. AND IF YOU WORK FOR THIS JAPANESE MARKETING FIRM, YOU GET AN EXTRA WEEK’S VACATION.>>Rhonda: IT’S A PAID WEEK TO NON-SMOKERS. THEY WERE COMPLAINING THEY WERE WORKING HARDER THAN PEOPLE WHO SNUCK OUT FOR THE NICOTINE BREAKS MULTIPLE TIMES ADAY.>>Evrod: THE CEO AGREED A DEVISED THE NEW POLICY.>>Rhonda: A GOOD INCENTIVE TO QUIT SMOKING.>>Evrod: WHY NOT? IT IS 5:57. ALL NEW AT 6:00, LOCAL STORIES FROM DETROIT, CLAWSON AND SOUTHFIELD.>>Rhonda: AND NOW THAT YOU’RE SORTING THROUGH ALL THE KIDS’ CANDY AND DECIDING WHAT TO TAKE FOR YOURSELF, A WARNING FROM THE FDA ABOUT CANDY YOU SHOULD NOT EAT. WE’VE GOT THAT AND MORE, IN ONE MINUTE. KEEP IT HERE ♪>>Rhonda: TERROR IN NEW YORK. AT LEAST 8 PEOPLE ARE DEAD AFTER A MAN BEHIND THE WHEEL OF A TRUCK PLOWS INTO PEOPLE.>>RIGHT THERE IN THE BIKE LANE WITH TIRE MARKS ACROSS THEIR BODY.>>Rhonda: THE SUSPECT IN CUSTODY AND NOW THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE ATTACKER’S BACKGROUND.>>Evrod: PLUS, SHOTS FIRED! DETROIT POLICE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECT AFTER OFFICERS WERE FORCED TO SHOOT DURING AN INVESTIGATION ON THE EAST SIDE. ♪♪>>Evrod: THIS MORNING, WE START WITH THE DEADLY TRUCK ATTACK BEING CALLED AN ACT OF TERROR.>>Rhonda: 8 PEOPLE KILLED, 11 OTHERS IN THE HOSPITAL WITH VARIOUS INJURIES AFTER A TRUCK DROVE DOWN A BIKE PATH IN MANHATTAN. THE SUSPECT IS IN THE HOSPITAL RECOVERING FROM SURGERY. AND NOW INVESTIGATORS ARE LOOKING INTO WHETHER THE 29-YEAR-OLD SUSPECT HAS TIES TO ISIS. NBC’S CHRIS PALLONE HAS THE LATEST AND JOINS US LIVE FROM MANHATTAN WHERE THAT ATTACK CAME TO A TRAGI END.>>Reporter: GOOD MORNING! INVESTIGATORS SPENT THE NIGHT FOLLOWING SEVERAL LEADS. THEY’RE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW THE SUSPECT IN THIS ATTACK PULLED IT OFF. WHETHER HE WORKED WITH SOMEBODY, AND THE BIG QUESTION, WHY HE DID IT. THIS MORNING, INVESTIGATORS CONTINUE TO LEARN ALL THEY CAN ABOUT THE 29-YEAR-OLD UZBEKISTAN NATIVE ACCUSED OF MOWING DOWN PEDESTRIANS AND BIKERS. THEY SEARCHED HIS HOME OVERNIGHT AND COLLECTED EVIDENCE AT A NEARBY HOME DEPOT STORE WHERE HE RENTED THE TRUCK TUESDAY AFTERNOON. LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS FOUND A NOTE IN THE TRUCK CLAIMING HE CARRIED OUT THE ATTACK FOR ISIS BUT THEY CLAIM HE REFUSED TO ANSWER INVESTIGATORS’ QUESTIONS IN HIS HOSPITAL ROOM AFTER SURGERY ON TUESDAY NIGHT.>>THIS WAS AN ACT OF TERROR AND A PARTICULARLY COWARDLY ACT OF TERROR.>>Reporter: IT HAPPENED AROUND 3:00 TUESDAY AFTERNOON ON A POPULAR BIKE PATH ALONG THE HUDSON RIVER AND DROVE SOUTH FOR MORE THAN 10 BLOCKS LEAVING MANGLED BICYCLES AND BODIES IN ITS WAKE.>>MULTIPLE PEOPL ON THE GROUND FROM CHAMBERS UP TO HOUSTON.>>Reporter: HE RAN INTO TRAFFIC AND YELLED “ALLAHAKBAR,” GOD IS GREAT. NYPD OFFICER SHOT HIM IN THE STOMACH AND ARRESTE HIM. THEY FOUND A PAINTBALL GUN AND PELLET GUN NEARBY.>>BE NEW YORKERS AND LIVE YOUR LIFE AND DON’T LET THEM CHANGE US OR DETER US.>>Reporter: HOURS LATER, NEW YORKERS MARCHED IN THE ANNUAL VILLAGE HALLOWEEN PARADE, A SYMBOL THAT A CITY AND ITS PEOPLE REFUSED TO BE TERRORIZED. WE’RE LEARNING MORE ABOUT THE 8 PEOPLE KILLED IN THIS ATTACK. THE GOVERNMENT OF ARGENTINA SAID FIVE OF THE VICTIMS WHY ARGENTINIAN. AND BELGIUM SAYS ONE OF THE VICTIMS WAS FROM THAT COUNTRY. CHRIS PALLONE, BACK TO YOU.>>Rhonda: SUCH A HORRIFIC TRAGEDY. FOR THE MOST RECENT INFORMATION ON THE ATTACK AND WHAT WE’RE CONTINUING TO LEARN ABOUT THE SUSPECT, KEEP UP TO DATE AT CLICKONDETROIT.COM. WE’LL KEEP UPDATING THE INFORMATION AS IT COMES IN TO US.>>Evrod: HERE AT HOME, WE WANT TO UPDATE YOU ON THE FORECAST. LAST NIGHT WAS A COLD ONE AND MY SON FOUND A WAY TO KEEP WARM BY PUTTING HIS PUFFY COAT UNDER HIS NINJA COSTUME, SO HE HAD EXTRA MUSCLE.>>Rhonda: IT WORKS FOR THAT COSTUME. BRANDON, WILL WE CONTINUE TO BE IN THIS COLD SNAP?>>Brandon: WE ARE THIS MORNING AND MOST OF THE DAY. WE HAVE A COUPLE OF DAYS FOR YOU COMING UP THAT ARE A LITTLE WARMER. SO THAT’S GOOD. RIGHT NOW, IT’S MIDDLE 30s WITH A WIND CHILL OF 32. SOUTH WIND ISN’T REAL STRONG AT 5. CLOUDY SKIES OUT THERE. OTHER FEELS-LIKE OR WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES, 29 IS THE TEMP RIGHT NOW OUT YOUR DOOR IN ANN ARBOR. 29 THE WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE IN PONTIAC. WE HAVE 36 IN MT. CLEMENS, 34 IN PORT HURON. AT THE BUS STOP, 34, CLOUDY AND COOL, FEELING CLOSER TO 30. MAKE SURE WE’VE GOT THE HAT AND GLOVES AND JACKETS ON EVERYBODY. ONLY MIDDLE 40s AS WE HEAD THROUGH THE AFTERNOON TODAY. BUT WE’RE GONNA ADD ABOUT 15 DEGREES AS WE HEAD INTO TOMORROW, WE’RE ALSO TRACKING SOME THURSDAY RAIN. WE WILL DO THAT COMING UP. RIGHT NOW, KIM IS STANDING BY WITH YOUR “4 LIVE TRAFFIC.”>>Kim: GOOD MORNING, EVERYONE! FREEWAYS LOOKING GREAT, NO ACCIDENTS TO REPORT RIGHT NOW. OVER ON YOUR FREEWAYS. FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO TRAVEL THROUGH RAY TOWNSHIP, AN ACCIDENT HAS 26 MILE CLOSED BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROAD, DUE TO A CAR INTO A POLE AND WILL BE CLOSED FOR QUITE SOME TIME. WE’LL KEEP YOU UPDATED. YOU’LL WANT TO USE HAGEN ROAD INSTEAD. AND WE HAVE CONSTRUCTION ON THE LODGE THAT COULD SLOW YOU DOWN. I’LL TELL YOU ABOUT THAT AT 6:14 RHONDA AND EVROD.>>Rhonda: 6:05 IS YOUR TIME. A DEVELOPING STORY ON THE EAST SIDE WHERE POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECT AFTER AN INVESTIGATION TOOK A SCARY TURN.>>Evrod: NICK MONACELLI IS JOINING US LIVE. TWO PEOPL ARE ALREADY IN CUSTOD>>Nick: THAT’S RIGHT. ONE PERSON IS STILL — THEY’RE STILL LOOKING FOR ONE MORE PERSON AFTER A VERY STRANGE TURN OF EVENT YESTERDAY. POLICE OFFICERS FORCED TO FIRE ON ONE SUSPECT AFT THE GANG INTELLIGENCE UNIT PULLED OVER A STOLEN VEHICLE. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS. [SIREN>>Nick: SO WE’VE BEEN REPORTING THAT TWO POLICE OFFICERS WERE SHOT AT LAST NIGHT. THE DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT CLARIFYING AND SAYING A POLICE OFFICER FIRED AT A SUSPECT. THIS HAPPENED AROUND 9:30 LAST NIGHT NEAR HOOVER AND EAST STATE FAIR. GANG INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS PULLING OVER A STOLE HELP VEHICLE WITH THREE TEENAGE BOYS INSIDE, MAYBE 16 OR 17 YEARS OLD. THE DRIVER JUMPED OUT WITH A GUN AND RAN, SCALED THE FENCE AND THEN TURNED AROUND AND POINTED A GUN AT THE OFFICER. THAT OFFICER FIRED TWO OR THREE SHOTS, BUT DPD ISN’T SURE IF ANY OF THOSE BULLETS HIT THE SUSPECT. THE SUSPECT KEPT RUNNING AND HE DID DROP HIS GUN. THERE WAS AN INTENSE MANHUNT LASTING HOURS, MORE THAN 100 OFFICERS, 2 HELICOPTERS, ONE FROM DPD, THE OTHER FROM HOMELAND SECURITY. THAT SUSPECT WAS FINALLY FOUND IN THE 12000 BLOCK OF STANFORD. ONE SUSPECT STAYED AT THE CAR AND COOPERATED. ONE OFFICER HAS MINOR INJURIES TO HIS LEG. THERE WERE A TOTAL OF THREE IN THAT CAR. THEY’RE STILL LOOKING FOR ONE. IF YOU WERE IN THE AREA YESTERDAY AROUND 9:30 AND SAW THE SUSPECT, PLEASE CALL THE DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT. NICK MONACELLI, “LOCAL 4 NEWS TODAY.”>>Evrod: THANK YOU FOR THE UPDATE THERE. RHONDA?>>Rhonda: 6:07. THIS MORNING, 6 DETROIT POLICE OFFICERS ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION DUE TO WHAT TOOK PLACE WHEN THEY RESPONDED TO THE SCENE OF A REPORTED BREAK-IN. MEMBERS OF A RENOVATION CREW SAID THEY WERE WORKING IN THE STAY AT A HOME LAST WEEKEND WHEN THE OFFICERS MET THEM AT THIS RENTAL HOME ON OHIO STREET. OFFICERS ARE SAID TO HAVE REQUESTED THE WORKERS’ PAPERWORK TO PROVE THEY WERE ACTUALLY THERE ON A JOB, AND THEY RAN ALL FIVE WORKERS’ NAMES AND LICENSES. UPON FINDING THEY HAD NO WARRANTS, ONE OFFICER OF THE SIX WHO WERE THERE RESPONDING ON THE SCENE MADE AN ODD REQUEST WHICH THE WORKERS FOLLOWED.>>AFTER TELLING PEOPLE TO RUN, WHAT DO YOU MEAN RUN? LIKE RUN OR YOU’RE GOING TO JAIL.>>OF COURSE, IT’S INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR, SOMETHING W DO NOT CONDONE.>>Rhonda: THE INVESTIGATION COULD TAKE SEVERAL WEEKS TO COMPLETE.>>Evrod: FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW, THE WORLD SERIES HAS COME DOWN TO A DECISIVE GAME 7 AS THE DODGERS TIED IT UP IN FRONT OF THEIR HOME CROWD. IT WAS OUR FORMER TIGER, JUSTIN VERLANDER, ON THE MOUND FOR THE ASTROS AND WENT 6 INNINGS, ALLOWING TWO RUNS ON THEY HITS. THE FIRST PITCH FOR TONIGHT IS SET FOR 8:20.>>Rhonda: AND YOU WERE REALLY PULLING FOR HIM. HE LEFT OUR TEAM, WENT TO PLAY FOR THE ASTROS, IN TH SIXTH DECIDING GAME. AND WE WERE PULLING FOR HIM.>>>WALMART WANTS TO YOU PARTY INSIDE OF ITS STORE THE HOLIDAY SEASON. THE REASON WHY, COMING UP.>>Evrod: AND JASON IS HERE IN STUDIO WITH US, AND A LOOK AT THE GRILLING ON CAPITOL HILL.>>Jason: THE REACH MUCH LARGER THAN WE THOUGHT. HOW RUSSIA TRIED TO INFLUENCE THE ELECTION. AND WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE THE DOG TODAY, BUSTER IS HIS NAME AND CUTENESS IS HIS GAME.>>Rhonda: CAN’T WAI #.>>Rhonda: WELCOME BACK! HALLOWEEN IS OVER AND THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS ABOUT TO BE IN FULL SWING.>>Evrod: A MICHIGAN-GROWN 60-FOOT SPRUCE WILL BE PLACED IN THE MIDDLE OF CAMPUS MARTIUS. IT WILL START AT NOON AND THE TREE IS EXPECTED TO BE PLACED AT 12:15. AND WE CAN’T EVEN FINISH SORTING THROUGH THE CANDY AND WE’RE TALKING ABOUT CHRISTMAS.>>Rhonda:>>Evrod: WELCOME BACK! 6:12. A LOT OF GRILLING.>>Rhonda: THREE GIANTS FROM THE TECH WORLD FACE HUSH QUESTIONING OVER THEIR USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS. AND THE BARBECUE ISN’T OVER YET.>>Jason: THAT’S ONE WAY TO PUT IT. THE EXECUTIVES FROM FACEBOOK, TWITTER, AND GOOGLE WILL TESTIFY ABOUT HOW RUSSIA TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THEM DURING THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. ON TUESDAY, FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE GOT A LOOK AT SOME OF THE POSTS YOU MAY HAVE SEEN THAT WERE PAID FOR BY RUSSIAN ORGANIZATIONS. RUSSIA’S INTERFERENCE IN YOUR FACEBOOK FEED REVEALED ADS AND EVENTS LIKE THESE POSTED IN THE LEAD-UP TO THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.>>THOSE ADS SOUGHT TO SOW DISCORD AND AMPLIFY RACIAL AND ASSOCIATION DIVISIONS.>>Jason: HEART OF TEXAS FAULTILY CLAIMED THAT HILLARY CLINTON HAS 69% DISAPPROVAL RATING AMONG VETERANS. A SECOND AD TOLD AMERICANS THEY COULD VOTE FOR HILLARY BY TEXTING. ANOTHER EVENT PAID FOR IN RUBLES BY A RUSSIAN ENTITY CALLED THEMSELVES BEING PATRIOTIC CALLED FOR MINORS FOR TRUMP TO RALLY IN PENNSYLVANIA A MONTH BEFORE ELECTION DAY. THESE ADS SHARED AND LIKED BY FACEBOOK USERS WERE AMONG THE 3,000 TARGETED AT AMERICAN VOTERS BY RUSSI GROUPS. 11.4 MILLION PEOPLE SAW THEM.>>THIS IS NOTHING SHORT OF THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT DIRECTLY INTERFERING IN OUR ELECTIONS, LYING TO AMERICAN CITIZENS AND DUPING FOLKS TO BELIEVE THEY’RE SUPPORTING A GROUP OF VETERANS.>>Jason: THERE WERE 80,000 RUSSIAN FAKE POSTS SHOWN TO AMERICANS IN THE TWO YEARS BEFORE THE ELECTION.>>THEY WON IN TERMS OF CREATING CHAOS IN OUR U.S. INSTITUTIONS, AMONGST POLITICAL PARTIES AND SOCIAL GROUPS.>>Jason: THE TECH EXECUTIVES ARE EXPECT TO IMPLEMENT PLANS TO STOP IT FROM HAPPENING AGAIN. FACEBOOK WILL DOUBLE ITS SECURITY STAFF, WHATEVER THAT MEANS.>>Evrod: WE’LL BE WATCH THIS CLOSELY.>>Rhonda: MEANWHILE, LET’S GET OVER TO BRANDON WITH A LOOK AT OUR FORECAST FOR TODAY. ON THE COOLER SIDE AGAIN THIS MORNING. P>>Brandon: IT IS. YESTERDAY WE WERE FEELING IT TRICK-OR-TREATING, BUT PERHAPS YOU HAD THE PERFECT COSTUME. MAYBE A FOOTBALL PLAYER OR SOME KIND OF LAYERS THAT YOU HAD ON. AND DIDN’T FEEL TOO BAD. THE WINDS STARTED TO RELAX AS THE SUN WENT DOWN, 36 DEGREES IN MT. CLEMENS. GOOD MORNING TOYOU! SOUTH WIND AT 5 AND FEELS LIKE UPPER 20s TO NEAR FREEZING.>>Jason: WHAT’S GOING ON OVER HERE? HALLOWEE WAS YESTERDAY. OH “MOVEMBER.” IMPRESSIVE, IN.>>Brandon: I WENT WITH IT BECAUSE MY JASON CARR COSTUME YESTERDAY DIDN’T REALLY RELATE TO ANYBODY. EVERYBODY WAS LIKE, NO, NO, THAT’S JASON. NO, I WAS LIKE OKAY. THIS IS FOR NO-SHAVE NOVEMBER. AND WE HAVE AN AWESOME GIVEAWAY WITH YOUR BEARD PICS. AND WE’LL EXPLAIN MORE THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. STAND BY. 34 AT THE BUS STOP. HATS AND GLOVES WEATHER FOR THE KIDS. MOSTLY CLOUDY, A FROSTY START AND ONLY MIDDLE 40s THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. COULD GET A STRAY SHOWER OR TWO ON THE EAST SIDE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON, BUT MOST OF THE RAIN COMING AFTER 9:00 OR 10:00 TONIGHT. WE SEE A COUPLE OF FLAKES AND FLURRIES FLYING SOUTH OF TOLEDO. ANYBODY DRIVING SOUTH INTO PARTS OF INDIANA, PARTS OF OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, AND RUNNING INTO THIS WINTRY MIX, BUT AS IT LIFTS NORTH, WARM FRONT COMES WITH IT. AND OUR TEMPS TOMORROW SHOULD GET INTO THE 60s AND A COUPLE BOUTS OF WET WEATHER, AND WE’LL TRACK THEM FOR YOU HERE. HERE’S 2:00 IN THE AFTERNOON AND SHOWERS HUGGING THE EAST SIDE, SOUTHERN ONTARIO. BUT FOR TONIGHT, 10:00, 11:00 P.M., HEAVY RAIN SHOWERS THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT, BUT RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY TOMORROW, WE GET A BREAK AND 62 DEGREES. MORE DECENT RAIN TOMORROW, LATE, LATE AFTERNOON, EVENING. FRIDAY LOOKS DRY. FRIDAY 55 AND NOT BAD. SATURDAY AFTERNOON SHOWERS ARE A PRETTY GOOD BET. AND YOUR HANSONS WEATHER WINDOW, A BEAUTIFUL SHOT FROM WINDSOR, WITH A LOOK AT THE CLOUDS OVER DOWNTOWN ON YOUR NOVEMBER 1st. 1-800-HANSONS WEATHER WINDOW, KIM.>>Kim: SUCH A PRETTY SHOT. EXCUSE ME. GOOD MORNING, FREEWAYS ARE GREAT, NO ACCIDENTS TO REPORT. WE WANT TO LET YOU KNOW ABOUT AN ACCIDENT IN RAY TOWNSHIP THAT COULD SLOW YOU DOWN A LITTLE. I WANT TO WARN YOU ABOUT THIS ONE ON EASTBOUND AND WESTBOUND 26 MILE CLOSED BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROAD DUE TO AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING A CAR AND A POLE. SO YOU WANT TO USE HAGUE TONE GET AROUND THIS ONE. AS FAR AS CONSTRUCTION GOES, SLOWDOWNS ON THE LODGE BECAUSE OF THE ORANGE BARRELS. NORTHBOUND AND SOUTHBOUND LANES BETWEEN FOREST AND GRAND RIVER. ONE LANE BLOCKED UNTIL 3:00 FRIDAY. AND THE NORTHBOUND LANES OF THE LODGE AT EVERGREEN, A LANE BLOCKED BETWEEN 9 A.M. AND 3 P.M. AND I’LL KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON THAT ACCIDENT OVER IN RAY TOWNSHIP AND BRING YOU AN UPTE IN MY NEXT REPORT.>>Evrod: 6:18. LET’S GET INTO TODAY’S CONSUMER HEADLINES. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT TACO BELL. IT IS GIVING OUT FREE TACOS TODAY. YOU’LL WANT TO HEAD OVER THERE. AND WALMART THROWING HOLIDAY PARTIES. WHAT’S THAT ALL ABOUT. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT APPLE. ALREADY FEELINGHE SUCCESS FROM THE iPHONE 10. MARIBEL ABER IS BACK WITH US LIVE THIS MORNING, JOINING US FROM NASDAQ. LET’S START THERE. THEYE TAKING ALL OUR MONEY.>>THEY ARE, APPLE STOCK WAS AT A RECORD AS POSITIVE REPORTS FOR THE iPHONE 10 TRICKLED IN. IT TOUCHED A RECORD HIGH AT $169.65 A SHARE. THIS COMES AS THEY BET THE COMPANY WILL SELL ENOUGH OF THE $1,000 SMART PHONE TO PULL IN BIG RETURNS. STOCK IS UP 45% SO FAR THIS YEAR.>>>A PARTY FILLED HOLIDAY SEASON AT WALMART. THEY PLAN TO HOLD PARTIES FOR SHOPPERS. IT KICKS OFF THIS SATURDAY WITH FOCUS ON TOYS. OTHERS WILL INCLUDE PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS. WALMART IS LOOKING TO PULL IN SHOPPERS AND STAY A STEP AHEAD OF RIVALS.>>>IT’S FREE TACO DAY AT TACO BELL, 2:00 TO 6:00, THE DORITOS LOCO TACOS. COLLECT WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. I WAS JUST IN H-TOWN OVER THE WEEKEND AND THROUGH MONDAY. HOUSTON IS ON FIRE!>>Evrod: THEY CERTAINLY ARE. AND WE LIKE TO THINK IT’S BECAUSE OF OUR JUSTIN VERLANDER, JUST SAYIN’!>>AHH…>>Evrod: HAVE A GOOD ONE! OVER TO KIM DeGIULIO, PATRICE REED AND WHAT LOOKS LIKE TOTO FROM “THE WIZARD OF OZ.”>>THIS IS BUSTER.>>Kim: GOOD MORNING! THIS IS OUR PET OF THE WEEK.>>IT’S AN OWNER SURRENDER. HE’S A YORKIE MIX ABOUT 6 YEARS OLD, EXTREMELY ACTIVE, LOVES TO PLAY, LOVES PEOPLE. HE’LL BE GOOD IN ANY KIND OF HOME. I THINK HE’LL DO BETTER WITH SMALL DOGS, NOT A BIG DOG. HE’S SCARED OF BIG DOGS.>>Kim: AND HE’S POTTY TRAINED, SO THAT’S AN ADVANTAGE.>>EXACTLY.>>Kim: AND REALLY GREAT WITH PEOPLE.>>OF COURSE, HE LOVES THE BACON.>>Kim: OF COURSE. PATRICE, ALL DOGS WANT BACON. CALL HEAVENLY PAWS OF MICHIGAN RESCUE. AND BUSTER WILL MAKE A GREAT DOG TO SOMEBODY! 586-873-8080. BACK TO YOU GUYS.>>Rhonda: WHAT A CUTIE!>>Rhonda: AHEAD, THE ONE HALLOWEEN CANDY YOU SHOULD STAY AWAY FROM, AT LEAST IN EXCESS, AS IT COULD BE DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH.>>Evrod: AND WE WANT TO INTRODUCE TO OUR “FACEBOOK FRIEND 4 THE DAY,” ASHLEY CAMERON FROM CLINTON TOWNSHIP. SHE IS 29 YEARS OLD AND A PROUD DOGMA MA.>>Rhonda: ALL RIGHT, YOU GET A $25 GIFT CARD TO NATIONAL CONEY ISLAND FOR BEING OUR FRIEND OF THE DAY. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU AND TO EVERYBODY ELSE OUT THERE. ONCE YOU LIKE THE LOCAL 4 FACEBOOK PAGE, CLICK ON THE FRIEND 4 TODAY AND YOU COULD BE OUR NEXT FRIEND 4 TODAY. WE’LL BE RIGHT B ♪♪>>Brandon: LOW AND MIDDLE 30s OUT YOUR DOOR RIGHT NOW. CLOUD COVER WITH US MOST OF THE DAY. MIDDLE 40s THROUGH THE AFTERNOON, KIM. A COUPLE OF ISOLATED SHOWERS ON THE EAST SIDE. MOST OF IT LATE TONIGHT.>>Kim: NOT BAD, I-696 AT DEQUINDRE. FREEWAYS ARE STILL ACCIDENT-FREE.>>Rhonda: BLACK LICORICE CAN BE MORE OF A TRICK THAN A TREAT. THE FDA HAS ISSUED A WARNING ABOUT THE DANGERS OF EATING TOO MUCH BLACK LICORICE AT A TIME, PACKED FULL OF AN INGREDIENT KNOWN TO CAUSE HEART FAILURE, MUSCLE WEAKNESS AND LETHARGY. ADULTS 40 AND OLDER ARE ADVISED TO EAT NO MORE THAN 2 OUNCES A DAY.>>Evrod: HOW MANY PIECES IS THAT?>>Rhonda: I DON’T KNOW. BRANDON IS THE ONLY ONE WHO LIKES IT.>>Evrod: TO LIKES THE BLACK LICORICE?>>Brandon: ME!>>Evrod: I LIKE T TWIZZLERS.>>Rhonda: ARRESTED FOR ROAD RAGE, WHAT THIS WOMAN IS ACCUSED OF DOING.>>Evrod: THIS WOULD-BE THIEF PUMMELLED BY A PADDLE WHEN CAUGHT IN THE ACT. WHAT’S MORE SURPRISING IS THE MAN WHO’S DOING THE PADDLING, NEXT IN TODAY’S TOP VIDEO. WHAT IS GOING ON>>Evrod: WELCOME BACK! TIME FOR TODAY’S TOP VIDEO AND TAKES US TO MISSISSIPPI WHERE THE FORMER MAYOR OF JACKSON PADDLED A MAN WHO POLICE SAY WAS TRYING TO BREAK INTO HIS CAR.>>Rhonda: HE HAPPENED TO HAVE A PADDLE HANDY. THE MAYOR HAD THE WOULD-BE THIEF INTO HIS GARAGE, HELD HIM ON THE FLOOR AND HIT HIM ON THE BACK SIDE WITH A PADDLE UNTIL POLICE ARRIVED.>>Evrod: THIS LOOKS LIKE ♪♪>>Evrod: GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING! IT’S THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. THANK YOU FOR WAKING UP WITH US! I’M EVROD CASSIMY.>>Rhonda: I’M RHONDA WALKER. WE WANT TO GET YOU RIGHT INTO THE VERY LATEST REGARDING THE DEADLY TRUCK ATTACK IN NEW YORK CITY YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. RIGHT NOW, AT LEAST 8 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AND 11 OTHERS INJURED. THIS AFTER 29-YEAR-OLD FROM UZBEKISTAN, A U.S. STA — UZBEKISTAN NATIVE, SAYFULLO SAIPOV. HE DROVE MORE THAN 10 BLOCKS BEFORE HE WAS SHOT IN THE ABDOMEN BY POLICE AFTER FLASHING TWO REALISTIC-LOOKING GUNS. ALSO, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS SAY THAT A NOTE WAS LEFT BEHIND IN THAT TRUCK, CLAIMING THE ATTACK WAS COMMITTED FOR ISIS. THE MAYOR OF NEW YORK, BIG DeBLASIO SPOKE ABOUT THE INCIDENT.>>THIS WAS AN ACT OF TERROR. AND A PARTICULARLY COWARDLY ACT OF TERROR, AIMED AT INNOCENT CIVILIANS.>>Rhonda: AND KEEP IT RIGHT HERE FOR THE VERY LATEST ON THE ATTACK IN NEW YORK. OF COURSE, “THE TODAY SHOW” WILL HAVE A FULL UPDATE FOR YOU RIGHT THERE FROM THE SCENE AT 7:00 THIS MORNING.>>Evrod: HERE AT HOME, WE WANT TO SEND THINGS OVER TO BRANDON ROUX. IT IS FREEZING OUTSIDE OR JUST ABOVE IT, I SHOULD SAY.>>Brandon: AND YOU ADD THE WIND IN AND IT’S AT IT OR BELOW. 36 DEGREES, SOUTH WIND AT 5. AND THE FEELS-LIKE TEMPERATURE 32. THAT’S AT METRO AIRPORT. SOME OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOODS IN THE UPPER 20s AND IT’S HATS, GLOVES, AND JACKETS. CLOUDS THROUGH MOST OF THE DAY, 41 DEGREES AT NOON, A HIGH OF 46. AN ISOLATED SHOWER THROUGH THE AFTERNOON, BUT MOST OF THIS WET WEATHER COMING UP FROM THE SOUTH COMES OUR WAY LATER TONIGHT. WE DO HAVE JUST A LITTLE BIT OF WET WEATHER OVER LAKE MICHIGAN AND THEN SOUTH OVER LAKE ERIE. MOST OF IT STAYING AWAY FOR NOW. MORE COMING UP>>Evrod: 6:31. THE CHILL IS IN THE AIR. IT’S A REMINDER THAT THE WIN — THE WINTER OLYMPICS ARE ON THEIR WAY.>>Rhonda: IT’S NOW INSIDE OF 10 DAYS.>>Evrod: AND A COOL 28 MINUTES. IN SOUTH KOREA, THAT’S WHERE WE FINDMIKE.>>Rhonda: HE IS AT THE OLYMP PARK WHERE HOCKEY AND FIGURE SKATING WILL BE HAPPENING. GOOD MORNING, MIKE!>>Reporter: ARE – HELLO, RHONDA, HELLO EVROD. WHEREVER YOU GO IN SOUTH KOREA, THE BUZZ IS BUILDING. IT’S 100 DAYS UNTIL THE GAMES BEGIN. THEY ARE ON SCHEDULE FOR BEING VERY READY FOR THE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES COMING TO ASIA FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A COUPLE OF DECADES.>>Evrod: TALK ABOUT THE SPIRIT IN THE AIR. WE’RE 100 DAYS OUT AND WE’RE EXCITED HERE IN DETROIT. BUT WHAT IS THE SPIRIT LIKE THERE IN SOUTH KOREA?>>Reporter: WELL, IT’S AT THAT BUILDING POINT, EVROD. EVERYWHERE YOU GO, YOU NOT ONLY SEE THE VENUES BUT THE SIGNS THAT EVERYONE IS GETTING EXCITED POUR THE BEGINNING OF THE GAMES. THERE ARE A COUPLE EVENTS IN SOUTH KOREA. IT’S A 13-HOUR DIFFERENCE AND IT’S EVENING HERE. BUT DURING THE DAY AND THIS EVENING, THERE ARE CELEBRATIONS FOR 100 DAYS OUT. THAT CERTAINLY IS THE MOMENTUM-BUILDING PORTION OF THE OLYMPIC PHASE HERE. THE VENUES, I GOT A CHANCE TO CHECK OUT MANY OF THEM TODAY. THEY’RE IN TERRIFIC SHAPE. SO ALL THINGS ARE IN POSITION AND READY TO GO FOR FEBRUARY 8 WHEN WE GET THIS PARTY STARTED.>>Rhonda: THEY’RE READY THERE. BUT WHAT ABOUT THE ATHLETES? ARE THERE CERTAIN ATHLETES WE SHOULD BE WATCHING FOR, PARTICULAR FROM HERE IN MICHIGAN?>>WE HAVE THE BROTHER-AND-SISTER ACT FROM ANN ARBOR AND TRAIN IN CANTON, AS A MATTER OF FACT. THEY HAVE A GREAT CHANCE OF MEDALING. SO THAT’S AMONG A GROUP SKATERS WHO TRAIN IN METRO DETROIT WHO HAVE A GREAT CHANCE OF DOING WELL. OVER HERE IN THIS AREA HERE, WHERE THE FIGURE SKATING AND ICE DANCING FOR THEM WILL BE HELD. AND WE’LL ALSO SEE NEW STARS LIKE NATHAN CHEN FOR THE MEN. THE GREAT BLEND OF LOCAL HOPEFULS, THE ESTABLISHED NAMES WE’VE SEEN IN THE PAST AND THE NAMES WE’LL GET TO LEARN AND FALL IN LOVE WITH DURING THE 2 1/2 WEEKS OF THE WINTER GAMES.>>Rhonda: WE CAN’T WAIT!>>Evrod: LOOKING FORWARD TO SOME OF THE NEW SPORTS. THANK YOU SO MUCH! 100 DAYS WILL BE HERE BEFORE WE KNOW IT.>>Rhonda: THANK YOU SO MUCH!>>Evrod: WE WANT TO BRING IN KIM DeGIULIO, OUR TRAFFIC GURU, TO SEE HOW THE ROADS ARE DOING THIS MORNING.>>Kim: ROADS ARE GOOD. HE MENTIONED THE 13-HOUR DIFFERENCE, SO OPENING CEREMONIES HAPPENS TO BE DURING OUR MORNING SHOW. THAT WILL BE FUN TO WATCH.>>Rhonda: IT WORKS OUT FOR US ON THE SCHEDULE.>>Kim: RARELY! [LAUGHTER] WE ARE ACCIDENT-FREE OVER ON OUR FREEWAY. AS YOU CAN SEE, A LOT OF GREEN ON OUR MAP. THAT’S THE WAY TO START OUT YOUR WEDNESDAY MORNING. I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW ABOUT A PROBLEM THROUGH RAY TOWNSHIP. WE HAVE A CLOSURE ON 26 MILE. I WANT TO SHOW YOU WHAT THIS LOOKS LIKE WITH OUR 1-800-CALL-SAM CHOPPER, WHO IS OVER THE SCENE RIGHT NOW. A LITTLE BIT DARK, BUT AS YOU CAN SEE, THERE ARE THOUGHTS ON THE SCENE, THAT LOOKS LIKE A TOW TRUCK TAKING CARE OF THE SITUATION. THE SITUATION WAS A CAR INTO A POLE. THEY’VE BEEN CLEANING THAT UP ALL MORNING. 26 MIL CLOSED BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROAD. USE HAGEN TO GET AROUND THIS ONE. BACK TO YOU.>>Rhonda: IT IS 6:35. TURNING OUR ATTENTION TO MORE THAN THE 100 CATS FOUND LIVING IN CONDITIONS NOT FIT FOR EVEN PEOPLE, LET ALONE PETS THAT WERE RESCUED FROM A HOME IN MADISON HEIGHTS.>>Evrod: THEY NEED NEW PLACES TO CALL HOME.>>Nick: GOOD MORNING! WE SPENT A LOT OF OUR TIME HERE YESTERDAY AND THIS MORNING. THIS HOME STILL SMELLS PRETTY BAD, EVEN WITH THE WINDOWS AND DOORS CLOSED. YOU CAN STILL GET A WHIFF OF WHAT’S INSIDE. URINE AND FECES ALL OVER THE PLACE. LOOK AT THIS PHOTO, 58-YEAR-OLD STEVEN CABORESKI. HE’LL BE IN COURT TODAY, FACING CHARGES OF ANIMAL ABANDONMENT AND ANIMAL CRUELTY AND COULD FACE UP TO 4 YEARS IN PRISON.>>THE ENTIRE HOUSE IS BEING USED AS A LITTER BOX.>>Nick: THE SMELL IS SO BAD, THE POLICE CHIEF IS BORROWING FRESH AIR FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.>>I JUST DON’T KNOW. I CAN’T FATHOM HOW YOU COULD LIVE AND BREATHE IN THAT ENVIRONMENT, LET ALONE THE CATS SURVIVE IN THAT ENVIRONMENT.>>Nick: NEIGHBORS CALLED POLICE TO HECK STREET NEAR 12 MILE AND JOHN R BECAUSE OF THE SMELL AND FOUND 58-YEAR-OLD HOMEOWNER AND MORE THAN 100 CATS! MADISON HEIGHTS INVESTIGATORS RESCUED ANOTHER 11 CATS. THEY COME BACK ALMOST EVERY DAY HOPING TO FIND MORE. THE TOTAL IS AT 115. MANY OF THEM ARE BROUGHT HERE TO THE ANIMAL SHELTER. THERE ISN’T MUCH ROOM IN FACT, IT CAN ONLY HOLD 15 CATS. THE SHELTER HAS BEEN TAKING EVERY CAT THEY CAN, BUT THEY’RE OUT OF ROOM, TOO. ON TOP OF THAT, MADISON HEIGHTS IS RUNNING OUT OF MONEY, FOOD, LITTER, VET BILLS. YOU NAME IT. IT COSTS, BUT FOR A GOOD REASON. LIKE PAPARAZZI, FOR INSTANCE, BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT HE LOOKED LIKE TWO WEEKS AGO. BACK OUT HERE LIVE. YESTERDAY, WHEN WE WERE AT THIS HOME, MADISON HEIGHTS ANIMAL CONTROL BUT MORE LIVE TRAPS INSIDE THE HOME AND WILL BE BACK TO SEE IF THEY CAN RESCUE MORE ANIMALS. THEY FOUND SOME DECEASED CATS IN BUCKETS IN THE BACK GARAGE. WE’RE IN MADISON HEIGHTS, NICK MONACELLI, “LOCAL 4 NEWS TODAY.”>>Rhonda: AND STORIES MAKING HEADLINES ACROSS THE METRO AREA.>>Evrod: FROM CLAWSON AND FRASER, BUT WE START IN SOUTHFIELD BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE A YOUNG GIRL WAS THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN TAKEN BY A STRANGER. THE GIRL IN THIS PHOTO IS HOME SAFE. THE MAN SEEN WALKING OUT WITH HER IS ACTUALLY HER FATHER. POLICE PUT OUT A ALERT BECAUSE SHE SCREAMED “STRANGER DANGER” AS THEY WERE WALKING OUT. TH FATHER TOLD ME YESTERDAY SHE WAS UPSET BECAUSE HE DIDN’T BUY HER A HAT THAT SHE WANTED.>>Rhonda: IN CLAWSON, AN UPDATE TO A STORY WE BROUGHT NEW OCTOBER. THE DRIVER THAT TRIED TO RUN OVER A MAN AND FIRED HIS WEAPON IS NOW IN POLIC CUSTODY. THE GUNMAN HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS 28-YEAR-OLD STEVEN HOUSTON AND NOW IN AN OHIO JAIL ON UNRELATED CHARGES. HIS FEMALE ACCOMPLICE FLED TO OHIO AFTER THE INCIDENT BUT SHE RETURNED TO MICHIGAN AND WAS ARRESTED, BEING CHARGED WITH ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT OF A FELONY.>>Evrod: AND FORMER FRASER MAYOR JOE NICHOLS AND MATT HEMELBERG FILE TO HAVE THE JUDGE REMOVED FROM THEIR CASE BECAUSE OF AN ALLEGED CONFLICT OF INTEREST BETWEEN CARETTI AND HUTH. HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW.>>WE GET A JUDGE WHO COMES WITH HIS OWN SET OF PROBLEMS, VERY WELL DOCUMENTED. AND AN ATTORNEY THAT HE HAS A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH.>>Evrod: THE CASE IS HEADED TO COURT ON NOVEMBER 6. DR. McGEORGE?>>Dr. McGeorge: DEMENTIA ISN’T JUST A CONCERN FOR THE SENIOR YEARS. STEPS THAT CAN HELP PROTECT YOUR BRAIN AT ANY AGE.>>Jason: BUT FIRST, CONTROVERSY AND CONCERN FOR SAFETY AS A WHITE NATIONALIST LEADER LOOKS TO SPEAK ON A LOCAL CAMPUS. WHAT THE UNIVERSITY IS SAYING ABOUT THE PROPOSED VISIT. RHONDA?>>Rhonda: A LOOK AT THIS WEEK’S GAME OF THE WEEK. IT’S STILL PLAYOFF TIME. MACOMB DAKOTA WILL VISIT CHIPPEWA VALLEY. THIS IS A REMATCH FROM LAST MONTH WHEN THEY BEAT THE COUGARS. IT’S FRIDAY 7:00 P.M. IN CLINTON TOWNSHIP. GOOD LUCK TO B>>Rhonda: WELCOME BACK! CONTROVERSY MAY BE HEADING TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN CAMPUS.>>Evrod: JASON CARR IS JOINING US IN STUDIO. IT’S A BIG MAYBE.>>Jason: IT DEPENDS ON THE UNIVERSITY’S DECISION TO ALLOW WHITE NATIONALIST LEADER RICHA SPENCER, JUST BY ALLOWING HIM TO SPEAK.>>RACE IS REAL. RACE MATTERS, AND RACE IS THE FOUNDATION OF IDENTITY.>>Jason: HIS SPEECH DREW HUNDREDS OF DEMONSTRATORS TO THE STREETS OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, PROTESTING THE 39-YEAR-OLD’S PUSH FOR A WHITE ETHNO STATE. HIS VISIT CREATED CONCERN THE CITY WOULD SEE THE SAME VIOLENT SCENE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE AT A RALLY HE HELPED ORGANIZE. A CAR PLOWED INTO COUNTERPROTESTS, KILLING ONE WOMAN AND INJURING MANY OTHERS. A MICHIGAN SPOKESPERSON ISSUED A STATEMENT REGARDING HIS REQUEST TO SPEAK:>>Jason: EARLIER THIS YEAR, MICHIGAN STATE DECLINED HIS REQUEST TO SPEAK. THIS APPEARANCE IS GETTING A LOT OF ATTENTION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.>>Jason: WHAT DO YOU THINK? LET US KNOW.>>Rhonda: A LOT OF STRONG FEELINGS.>>Evrod: LET’S MOVE ON AND TURN THINGS OVER TO METEOROLOGIST BRANDON ROUX. BOY, OH, BOY! I’M NOT READY.>>Rhonda: FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER. YOU BETTER GET READY.>>Brandon: THAT’S RIGHT. WE’VE GOT PROOF IN THE PUDDING, IN THE PUMPKIN, IN THE SLEET. THIS WAS OVER IN ORION TOWNSHIP, LAKE ORION AREA, FROM OUR STORM PINNER, WHO SAYS HAIL FOR A COUPLE OF MINUTES AND THEN THE SUN WAS OUT, PROBABLY MORE LIKELY SLEET. HAIL IS GENERALLY FROM THUNDERSHOWERS. SLEET IS RIGHT AT THAT RAIN/SNOW MIX, AND THAT’S WHAT WE HAD YESTERDAY MORNING. AGAIN, THAT’S ONE OF OUR STORM PINNERS, GREAT SHOT THERE, WE APPRECIATE IT WITH THE PUMPKIN AND HALLOWEEN THEME. WANNA SHOW YOU ONE MORE AWESOME PET PIC. LOOK AT THIS. THIS IS IZZY JAZZY AND WE’RE GONN TAKE THAT AWAY AND IT’S SUPER DOG! LOCAL 4 STORM PINNER THERE WITH — THAT IS SUP GIRL IZZY OVER IN SOUTH LYON. SO LOCAL 4 STORM PINS, A FREE APP. THE LOCAL4CASTERS APP ALSO FREE. ENCOURAGE YOU TO GET BOTH OF THOSE. ONE OF THEM WILL PLAY A PART IN A BIG NOVEMBER GIVEAWAY WE’RE DOING. JUST SAYIN’. TEMPS ARE CHILLY IN THE LOW AND MIDDLE 30s FOR THE MOST PART, 41 STILL IN GROSSE ILE, AND 40 IN HARROW, ONTARIO. YOU FACTOR IN A LITTLE BIT OF A BREEZE AND FEELS LIKE UPPER 20s. 29 ANN ARBOR AND 29 IS THE TEMPERATURE OUTSIDE YOUR DOOR IN PONTIAC. AND THAT’S WHAT IT FEELS LIKE ON THE EXPOSED SKIN. SO WITH THE KIDS THIS MORNING, IT’S PROBABLY HATS, GLOVES, AND THICKER COATS, LOW 30s. CLOUDS AROUND. MOSTLY CLOUDY THIS AFTERNOON, 46, RAIN CHANCES WILL WRAP IN BY 2:00, 3:00, SOUTHERN ONTARIO, UP INTO THE THUMB. MOST OF THE WET WEATHER COMES YOUR WAY LATE TONIGHT, 10:00, 11:00 P.M., LATE TONIGHT, EARLY TOMORROW AND MIDDAY BREAK THURSDAY, WHICH ALLOWS 62 DEGREES FOR TOMORROW, SOME MORE AFTERNOON OR EVENING SHOWERS THURSDAY. BUT IT SHOULD BE DRY FRIDAY, 55, SATURDAY IN THE LOW 50s, WITH SOME AFTERNOON SHOWERS AROUND, AND THAT’S WORTH NOTING BECAUSE OF THE MICHIGAN AND MICHIGAN STATE GAMES. SET THE CLOCK BACK ONE HOUR BEFORE YOU GO TO BED, KIM. THAT’S THE BIG WEEKEND BONUS.>>Kim: WE LOVE THE EXTRA HOUR OF SLEEP. GOOD MORNING, THANK YOU, BRANDON! HOPE YOUR DAY IS OFF TO A GREAT START. TROUBLE ON I-275 I WANNA LET YOU KNOW ABOUT, THE SOUTHBOUND LANES OF I-275, AN ACCIDENT AT 8 MILE, THE RIGHT LANE IS BLOCKED AND WE’LL SEE A LITTLE BIT OF A DELAY TRAVELING THAT WAY, BE CAREFUL. AND WE WANNA LET YOU KNOW ABOUT A PROBLEM IN RAY TOWNSHIP. AN ACCIDENT BETWEEN A CAR AND A POLE, CLOSING DOWN 26 MILE ROAD BETWEEN NORTH AVENUE AND OMO ROAD. USE HAGEN. THE UTILITY CREW IS OUT THERE TRYING TO FIX THE POLE THAT THE CAR HIT. A LOOK AT OUR ROADS WITH OUR 1-800-CALL-SAM CHOPPER SHOT, I-94 AT LITTLE MACK. NO PROBLEMS AND CONDITIONS ARE GREAT. BACK TO YOU. ♪♪>>Evrod: IT IS 6:48. IN “GOOD HEALTH” THIS MORNING, IT’S THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER, ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS MONTH. WHILE SYMPTOMS AREN’T ALWAYS NOTICEABLE UNTIL A PERSON REACHES THEIR 60s OR 70s, THEY BELIEVE THE CHANGES BEGIN DECADES EARLIER.>>Rhonda: OUR DR. FRANK McGEORGE IS HERE TO EXPLAIN WHY THE EARLY YEARS ARE SO CRITICAL.>>Dr. McGeorge: MANY EXPERTS BELIEVE WE’RE WAITING TOO LATE TO TREAT AND ULTIMATELY TAKE STEPS TO TREAT DEMENTIA. RESEARCH SUGGESTS CERTAIN ACTIVITIES MAY SLOW DOWN OR DELAY THE DECLINE. WHEN HE WAS 20 YEARS OLD, HE FELL HEAD OVER HEELS FOR JULIE AND TOOK THEIR WEDDING VOWS 4 MONTHS LATER, 59 YEARS AGO.>>IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH, SO I’M GOING T DO ALL I CAN TO UPHOLD WHAT I PROMISED THE LORD I WOULD DO.>>Dr. McGeorge: HIS WIFE HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH DEMENTIA.>>YOU KNOW SHE’S CONFUSED AND THEN SHE CRIES.>>Dr. McGeorge: IT’S PART OF A MAYO RESEARCH TEAM THAT DEVELOPED HABIT-HEALTHY ACTIONS.>>INSTEAD OF TRYING TO FIND THE ONE THING WE SHOULD BE DOING TO HELP THEM, WE SHOULD BE TRYING EVERYTHING WE CAN THINK OF.>>Dr. McGeorge: HE TEACHES STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE COGNITIVE FUNCTION, STARTING WITH 60 MINUTES OF EXERCISE FIVE DAYS AWEEK.>>PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE MAINTAINS BRAIN HEALTH.>>Dr. McGeorge: AND KEEPING A CALENDAR AND TAKING NOTES, PLAYERING COMPUTERIZED BRAIN GAMES AND MONITORING MEALS AND STRESS, AND STAYING SOCIALLY CONNECTED. SUPPORT IS ALSO CRITICAL FOR PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS.>>WE CAN’T BACK IT UP ANY. WE HOPE THIS WILL SLOW IT DOWN.>>Dr. McGeorge: MANY OF THE MEDICATIONS SEEM TO WORK BEST IF GIVEN EARLIER, THAT’S WHY IT’S SO IMPORTANT TO TELL YOUR DOCTOR IF YOU NOTICE MEMORY LOSS, CONFUSION, TROUBLE SPEAKING, MOOD CHANGES OR ANY OTHER CHANGES RFRMTHS IT’S A HEARTBREAKING DEES THAT IS TRAGIC FOR FAMILIES. I WATCHED MY GRANDMOTHER, VERY TOUGH, OVER 10 YEARS.>>Evrod: TIME IS 6:50. BACK WITH TODAY’S STORIES TO WATCH FOR, INCLUDING BREAKING NEWS COMING UP. ♪♪>>Evrod: WELCOME BACK! AT 6:54, BREAKING NEWS OUT OF INKSTER. STATE POLICE ON THE SCENE OF A DEADLY SHOOTING, HAPPENED ON PARKWOOD STREET, BUT THE CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THIS SHOOTING STILL UNCLEAR. WE’RE WORKING TO GATHER MORE INFORMATION AND WILL HAVE IT FOR YOU HERE ON THE AIR AND ONLINE AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE.>>Rhonda: NEW YORK CITY IS IN A STATE OF SHOCK STILL AFTER A 29-YEAR-OLD MAN DROVE A RENTAL TRUCK INTO A CROWD OF BIKERS ON TUESDAY. 8 PEOPLE WERE KILLED, 11 OTHERS ARE IN THE HOSPITAL WITH VARIOUS INJURIES. INVESTIGATORS ARE LOOKING INTO WHETHER THE SUSPECT HAS TIES TO TERRORIST GROUP ISIS.>>Evrod: POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A THIRD SUSPECT AFTER THE OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING AT HOOVER STREET AND EAST STATE FAIR. THE GUNMAN AND ANOTHER SUSPECT WERE ARRESTED. THE THIRD TOOK OFF IN THE AREA.>>Rhonda: MADISON HEIGHTS POLICE ALONG WITH A LOCAL ANIMAL SHELTER ARE CONTINUING THE RESCUE MISSION OF MORE THAN 100 CATS FROM AN UNFIT HOME. THE OWNER NOW FACES 1 COUNT OF ANIMAL CRUELTY TO 10 OR MORE CATS AND WILL BE IN COURT LATER TODAY. ♪♪>>Brandon: GOOD WEDNESDAY MORNING. IT IS COOL AS YOU HEAD OUT AND ABOUT. LOW AND MIDDLE 30s. WIND IS OUT OF THE SOUTH AT 5 AND KNOCKS THE FEELS LIKE OR WIND CHILL NUMBERS DOWN INTO THE UPPER 20s, LOW 30s. THAT’S WHAT WE’RE DRESSING FOR. LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS PARTS OF OHIO. WINTRY MIX DOWN THERE. WE GET INTO THE ACTION AS WE HEAD — PUMPKIN, SORRY. 46 DEGREES TODAY, ISOLATED SHOWERS ON THE EAST SIDE AFTER 2:00 P.M. MORE WET WEATHER COMING OUR WAY LATE TONIGHT. KIM?>>Kim: THANK YOU, BRANDON. WE’VE GOT AN ACCIDENT ON OUR FREEWAYS THAT WILL SLOW YOU DOWN OVER ON SOUTHBOUND I-275 AT 8 MILE. THE RIGHT LANE IS BLOCKED.>>Evrod: YESTERDAY, WE SHOWED YOU ALL OF OUR HALLOWEEN COSTUMES. BUT YOU DID NOT GET TO SEE ALL OF THE FUN THAT WE HAD BEHIND THE SCENES MAKING THE ENTIRE SEGMENT HAPPEN.>>Rhonda: WE THROUGH BACK TO SOME HIT NBC SHOWS, AND HERE’S A LOOK AT SOME OF THE TAKE THAT IS DIDN’T MAKE IT. ♪♪ ♪ ♪>>YOU NEED TO TAKE A LITTLE OFF THE BANGS. [LAUGHTE>>THAT WAS AWESOM [LAUGHTE>>Rhonda: ONE TOO MANY SIPS FOR YOU.>>Kim: YOU CAN SEE IT AGAIN AND VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE ONE OVER ON THE HOME PAGE OF CLICKONDETROIT.COM.>>Evrod: I’M TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WERE DOING TO JASON’S DRESS THERE.>>Rhonda: THEY WERE GOLDEN GIRLS.>>Brandon: WHEN YOU PUT THE WIG ON —

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