A metro Detroit nurse's battle through multiple bouts with cancer

It hit Olivia Goff like a ton of bricks. News of a second detection of cancer after she had beaten it one time had returned just as soon as she was starting school to be a nurse. She would go through several rounds of intense chemotherapy at the same hospital she now works before entering remission.

Fenton Teen Decorates Hospital Rooms for the Holidays

After recovering from cancer, 17 year old Toby Versola wanted to help children in the hospital feel more at home. He decided to pair with an organization called Wish Upon a Teen that helped him in his time of need. Now, he's making the holidays a whole lot brighter for kids at Mott Children's Hospital.

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Week

With stress and anxiety on the rise in the pandemic, concerns have grown about suicide during an incredibly difficult time. While the awareness campaign's traditional walk has been disrupted, a virtual one is still planned. Learn more at afsp.org/miexperience

Ypsilanti woman up for National Caregiver of the Year

A local caregiver has helped rehab a world-renowned surgeon with a spinal abnormality so she can continue her work. And now Tyja Owens is being honored for her selfless dedication with a Midwest Caregiver of the Year award.

Ypsilanti woman named Midwest Caregiver of The Year

A local caregiver has helped rehab a world renowned surgeon with a spinal abnormality so she can continue her work. And now Tyja Owens is being honored for her selfless dedication with a Midwest Caregiver of the Year award.