Local 4 News at 5 — Oct. 26, 2016

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Charles ugh pleads guilty to 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct

Former Detroit City Council president Charles Pugh pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct.

Macomb County corruption probe grows

New information is coming out in the growing corruption investigation in Macomb County. Rod Meloni has the latest updated to the case.

Thieves caught breaking into cars in downtown Detroit

They took the bait. Thieves were caught in the act of breaking into cars in the heart of downtown Detroit. Hank Winchester took a look inside the crime-fighting operation that is working to keep Detroit residents safer.

7th annual salon event helps homeless women

The seventh annual “Hair for the Homeless” event kicked off Wednesday with the goal of bringing relief to women from local shelters.

California National Guard members won’t have to pay back bonuses

Responding to outrage in Congress, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has told the Pentagon to stop trying to recover questionable bonuses paid to National Guard members who, a decade ago, accepted the money for re-enlisting and fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Project aims to help veterans in Clinton Township

A special project aimed at helping veterans is kicking off this week in Clinton Township. Local AT&T workers are out of the office volunteering to build a Habitat for Humanity home specifically for a local veteran.

Good Health: Helping children with Halloween fears

Halloween is supposed to be scary fun, but for some children, the holiday is just plain scary.

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