I am a weekend anchor and weekday reporter at FOX 2 who is back working in my hometown.
It took 13 years of learning the ropes, but now I'm home doing what I love! As a reporter I arrived back in Detroit just in time to see a city in the middle of rebuilding itself.
After growing up in Troy and attending MSU (Go Green!) I got my start in TV in Lansing. I then ventured out to horse country, spending sometime in Lexington, Ky. I realized that I was pure Michigan when I took a job that got me closer to home, working in Grand Rapids.
Close was just not good enough for me so here I am back in the D.
If I'm not on air, chances are I'm sampling some of the best music Detroit has to offer having attended hundreds of live concerts over a lifetime.
I love that my job takes me in different directions everyday and allows me to give people a voice they may not otherwise have.
If it's important to you... It's news to me.
One woman is dead and a total of three people in custody including the man who was the victim's husband and target of the armed break-in. Police say the husband is a suspect in a separate murder.
Laniya’s mother says through her own grief, she must now help raise her three grandchildren ages 7, 3, and 2 years old.
According to court documents, Gates, who is affiliated with a gang, would buy the switches from a Russian website, and have them shipped over in a package labeled "spare lawnmover parts."
A crowded day at the beach transformed into an all-out shooting scene. Thankfully, police say no one was shot - but a couple people FOX 2 spoke with, say they got caught up in the aftermath.
One video clip posted to TikTok shows two demonstrators at St. Veronica's Catholic Church, one wearing nothing but fig leaves standing up during a Sunday service in opposition to the church’s views of abortion.
Police are looking into reports this crash stemmed from a road rage shooting - however, at this point, DPD haven't found any evidence of such an incident.
“I feel heavy and I feel good in the next sense because everyone is out here to support me and my family during this tragic time in our life,” said Lawanda Melton-Christian, Saniyah's grandmother.
“I sympathize (and) empathize with any parent who has a child here at Pershing High School and they're afraid for their safety," said teacher Christopher Kohler.
The families of all students killed by Ethan Crumbley have now sued the school district.
Maiso Jackson awoke around 4:30 a.m. Tuesday to a man pounding on his door and yelling. Parts of the encounter was captured on his Ring doorbell camera at his home on Salem Street on Detroit’s west side.