THURSDAY AT 6: Mllion Dollar Baby

Updated: 3:55 PM - A little 15 month old baby girl survives every major complication of prematurity but doesn't get to come home from the hospital for almost a year and a half.

Cookout season can pose health hazards

Posted: 4:33 PM - Memorial Day is seen as the unofficial start to summer, but cookout season can pose some health hazards. 13abc's Sashem Brey had a chance to talk food safety with ABC's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Richard Besser

12-year-old kayaker safe after scare

Updated: 5:11 PM - A 12-year old boy is safe after drifting away from his father and brother, causing some very scary moments for his parents. Water rescue crews responded to the missing 12-year-old in the river off of Front Street in Grand Rapids around noon Monday.

Local cyclists raise money for Wounded Warriors

Updated: 4:40 PM - About 100 cyclists hit the road from Maumee to begin their 62 mile trek. The route along 109 is beautiful and easy to conquer. A small sacrifice for those who have given it all.

4th annual Walk with a Soldier

Updated: 4:52 PM - Today marks the 4th annual Walk with a Soldier. All of the proceeds benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Nearly century-old plane returns to Ohio

Posted: 4:38 PM - A 1929 tri-motor airplane, part of a pair once flown by Amelia Earhart, landed back in Ohio just in time to take to the skies for Memorial Day weekend.

A graduation surprise visitor

Updated: 05/24/2015 - Evergreen High School paid tribute to those who have served or are continuing to serve the country. Little did one graduate know that the tribute was an introduction to a surprise visitor.

Ohio family learns how brother died in Vietnam

Posted: 05/24/2015 - On Christmas Eve 1968, Apollo 8 took humans to the moon for the first time, and the Dickman family buried their son. David Dickman was killed in the Vietnam War, and for 47 years, an Army form letter provided the only scant information they had about his death. And then in 2005, a phone call delivered two gifts, of information, and of friendship.

WW2 Vet to receive honorary diploma 74 years later

Posted: 05/24/2015 - A 92-year-old World War II veteran is slated to receive an honorary diploma from his Ohio high school after he left more than seven decades ago to fight in the war before graduating. The Dayton Daily News reports ( ) that Charles Benning plans to wear a cap and gown Thursday to accept his diploma from Yellow Springs High School. He will join more than 50 teen-age graduates at the ceremony. Benning served in a unit of black soldiers in the Army. He was a platoon sergeant in an ambulance company that ferried wounded Americans, French and Germans from the battlefields of Normandy, France, and beyond. Benning's grandson says he approached the school about awarding the diploma, knowing his grandfather regretted not having the opportunity.

OH bill would boost veteran entrepreneurs

Posted: 05/24/2015 - Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill to provide a bid preference of 5 percent or $5,000 to veteran-owned businesses competing for state contracts.

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