Tim Pamplin

TV Cameraman, Reporter, Producer, FAA Drone Pilot


Documenting News Around The Globe, Paying Particular Attention To Detroit.


Below are a few recent highlights..

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Luminaries light up Oxford in honor of high school victims

OXFORD, Mich. – Luminaries lit up Oxford in remembrance of the lives lost one year ago. Something as simple as a candle inside a bag sent a powerful message of solidarity Wednesday (Nov. 30). The whole community came out for the Oxford High School shooting victims. Watch the video above for the full story. More: Special remembrance held to mark 1 year anniversary since Oxford shooting Read: Here’s where money for school safety is going after 1-year anniversary of Oxford school shooting

Meet the University of Michigan student who waited in line for 6 hours to register to vote, cast ballot

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The final vote in Ann Arbor was cast at 2 a.m. the morning after the midterm election began. Voters were met with long lines and long waits way after the polls closed on the University of Michigan campus. Students and some faculty left it until the last minute to register to vote and get their absentee ballots from the Ann Arbor clerk’s satellite office. Once they got inside, they registered to vote and were given their ballots. They were able to go next door and cast that

Deputies plan special day for 3-year-old boy battling cancer in White Lake Township

WHITE LAKE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A three-year-old boy battling cancer in Oakland County gets a big surprise Tuesday night, thanks to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and the White Lake Township police and fire departments. The White Lake neighborhood came alive with police and helicopters for the three-year-old boy. “You’d always just think, ‘It won’t happen to me, or to somebody that I know,’” said Lisa Bradshaw. But it did happen to three-year-old Archer Bradshaw. “He just had a fever, and

Help arrives for family with storm damage on Detroit's west side

Help arrives for family with storm damage on Detroit's west side On Wednesday night, their message was simple. They were out of options, tired, and just needed help. On Friday (Sept. 2), Metro Detroiters delivered. Herman Lindsey junior, 85, was recently diagnosed with dementia. His wife passed away after a long battle with cancer and his savings were wiped out when an ex-boyfriend shot his granddaughter. https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/local/2022/09/01/85-year-old-man-pleads-for-help-after

85-year-old man pleads for help after massive tree lands on home on Detroit’s west side

DETROIT – An 85-year-old homeowner pleads for help after Monday’s storm left a massive oak tree on his home on Detroit’s west side. Monday’s storms impacted nearly all of Metro Detroit, causing damage all over the area and leaving many homes and businesses without power. The senior citizen’s home is on Lilac Street near Livernois and the Lodge Freeway. His family tells Local 4 that he has dementia and lives alone as his wife passed away a few years ago, and his granddaughter is on the road to

Multiple Ford Raptors stolen from storage lot in Dearborn-Detroit border, officials say

DEARBORN, Mich. – Officials say multiple Ford Raptors were stolen from a storage lot in the Dearborn-Detroit border. Police say they have recovered at least one of the vehicles. The Michigan State Police were pursuing the stolen Ford Raptors through the air with their helicopters and on the ground. Police say they have taken one person into custody, and they have located one of the vehicles. Watch the video above for the full story.

Police investigating after 2 killed, 1 injured in drive-by shooting in Detroit’s Lafayette Park area

DETROIT – An investigation is underway after two people were killed and one was injured in a shooting in Detroit’s Lafayette Park area, police said. Detroit police officers are in the area of East Larned and Orleans streets to investigate the shooting. It is believed to have been a drive-by shooting that targeted four people inside a Ford Edge. A black SUV pulled up near the Ford Edge and opened fire on the vehicle. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene and one person was transported t

Violent night in Detroit as police respond to multiple shootings, including graduation party

DETROIT – Violent night in Detroit as police respond to multiple shootings across the city on Tuesday (June 14), including a graduation party. The latest of the violence took place on Patton Street and St. Martins Avenue, where four men approached the celebratory graduation party and opened fire, officials say. Police say two people were shot, with one of the victims being transported by the Detroit police while the other victim was transported by ambulance. The scenes of violence had helicop

Neighbors divided over new peacock in Garden City

GARDEN CITY, Mich. – A peacock has found a home in Garden City, but not everyone is thrilled to welcome him into the neighborhood. Neighbors have named him Rodney, and his presence has divided the community about whether he should be allowed to stay. The Indian Peacock is a magnificent creature, and the one found in a Garden City neighborhood is calling the new location home. “He just wonders around on my porch at night,” said Cliff Adams. “He sleeps, then he just goes next door.” The neighb
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