Amy Lange, FOX 2 Detroit

Amy Lange

FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Amy:

New nonprofit Oakland Thrive helps small businesses with an emphasis on diversity

"We have a specialized focus on minority-owned, women-owned, and veteran-owned businesses," Carlson said. "We are here to help all small businesses across the county but with a particular focus in those three categories." → Read More

Detroit's Baobob Fare chef wins Chopped on The Food Network

It's been more than four years since we first featured Mamba Hamissi when he and his wife, Nadia Hamisi, opened Detroit's award-winning East African restaurant, Baobab Fare. They're still chasing their dreams and, on Tuesday night, Hamissi was crowned the most recent champion of Chopped. → Read More

Metro Detroit mom who lost sons to fentanyl poisoning testifies before Congress

"I don't use the term overdose, because this was not an overdose - this was murder," she said. "My children got fake Percocets. "Law enforcement made it clear to me that this fentanyl came from Mexico." → Read More

Michigan crash victim fighting car insurance company for catastrophic claims funding

Carmen Burgie's parents had to quit their jobs to care for her, but insurance hasn't paid them through catastrophic claims funding since July. → Read More

Returning citizen get 2nd chance after 37 years with organization's help

"The second time around is always better than the first time," he said. " You know, my second time is going to be a great time. And my last time ever going back to prison." → Read More

Victims allege former Belleville Super 8 motel manager sexually assaulted them, others

Two women are suing Super 8 and the former manager of a motel in Belleville after alleging that he sexually assaulted them and other victims. → Read More

Emmanuel House needs help providing for veterans after VA stops subsidizing Detroit program

Veterans battling addiction are getting the help they need to turn their lives around while helping others at Emmanuel House in Detroit. However, Emmanuel House needs help providing its programing. → Read More

Detroit police honor MSU shooting victims, including former junior cadet Arielle Anderson

"She even worked at the Detroit Police Department as a summer seasonal employee and a junior cadet - an amazing young lady," Chief White said. → Read More

Nearly 2 dozen cars broken into, vandalized on Detroit's north end

"In my 29 years of living in Detroit - I've never had a car broken into - ever," he said. → Read More

'The impact is immense': Michigan State shooting victims mourned in their communities

"These two students just like all of our students - were these exceptional kids," said Dr. M. Jon Dean, Grosse Pointe Public Schools. "This is a time when as a parent - as an educator - that I don't even have the words." → Read More

New center in Detroit aims to provide homeless with healthcare, place to recover

The new Detroit Healthy Housing Center is working to provide homeless people with healthcare and a place where they can recouperate. → Read More

Medical professionals rush to Syria and Turkey as thousands die in massive eqarthquake

The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria is now at 7,000 people and the need for help from around the world is desperate. → Read More

Detroit church needs help replacing broken furnaces

Over the weekend, Greater Dequindre Church Ministries in Detroit couldn't even stream services because it was too cold inside. Both of the church's furnaces need to be replaced, an expensive cost they can't afford. → Read More

Councilwoman's ordinance would stop businesses from being cashless in Detroit

A U-M study shows 25 percent of Black Detroiters don't have a checking or savings account. But Calloway says she is fielding complaints from all races - from all over Metro Detroit. → Read More

Program teaches Detroiters skills for careers in energy efficiency

The program prepares participants for careers making energy-efficient home repairs. → Read More

From Ingham County to U.S. Senate, Debbie Stabenow plans her goodbye

For the past five decades, Debbie Stabenow has had a hand in laws that affect Michiganders. But that will soon change after her announcement of her plans to retire rather than seek reelection in 2024. → Read More

Small children rescued from burning home by cousin driving by, on Detroit's east side

It was a frightening scene on Syracuse street Tuesday morning. The family's father was at work and the mother was outside screaming for help with three young children inside. → Read More

Black nonprofit gets support from Black Leaders Detroit

Across the country, Black men represent just 2% of all teachers, despite people of color making up the majority of students in the American educational system. → Read More

Donations to The Drew Crew helps paralysis patients like Drew Clayborn

“For someone on a ventilator, for someone like myself who is C-1/C-2 complete paralysis, life expectancy was five years," said Clayborn. “ Every day I live past that. I think about it all the time… I'm beating the odds. I have a second chance at life and I want to do as much as I can with it.” → Read More

Amazon, Samaritas help resettled Ukrainian families ahead of St. Nicholas Day, Christmas

Familes from Ukraine are getting a little extra help from Amazon and Samaritas this holiday season. → Read More