Liz Lewin, FOX 2 Detroit

Liz Lewin

FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Liz:

Dearborn teacher caught on video pushing, swearing at student is placed on leave

“You’re a punk a** b**** that’s what you are,” the teacher says. → Read More

City of Detroit unveils plan for sidewalks repairs and replacements

“We got so many vacant lots with so many busted sidewalks for the sake of the children, the seniors, the disabled, to those who say we can’t do anything about it - we’re going to start today,” said Mayor Mike Duggan. “We going to expand the Neighborhood Beautification Program." → Read More

Inside the Paint Bus - an art studio on wheels born in Detroit

Imagine getting your closest dozens of friends together and getting on board a retro-fitted school bus. No, this isn't a party bus - this is the Paint Bus and it's a dream come true for a Detroit mom. → Read More

Power outages cause Bloomfield Township hair salon to lose week of business

The salon had to cancel dozens of appointments in the week it was without power. → Read More

Dearborn Thai restaurant loses power, gives away free food

"We don't know if this is going to help but that's all we had, and we tried to do the best we can," said Chef Genevieve. → Read More

How a Metro Detroit couple has kept their love alive for 7 decades

Bill and Robin Schwaiger met back when they were freshmen at the University of Illinois.Now, they've been married 71 years and will celebrate their 72nd wedding anniversary in August. → Read More

'I shouldn't be holding my son's obituary' says Detroit mom as accused killer heads to trial

“DPD, y'all need to do better - way better than what you’re doing," said the victim's mother LaQuita Glover. "Because at this point we might as well police ourselves." → Read More

Hazel Park Junior High teacher charged after bomb threat found at school

The note, which said the school would be blown up the next day, was discovered last week. → Read More

Feds propose rules to limit sugar in school meals

U.S. agriculture officials on Friday proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars, with a focus on sweetened foods such as cereals, yogurt, flavored milk and breakfast pastries. → Read More

New state proposal would pay you for blood donations

The House Democratic page has an announcement that Rep. Rachel Hood (D), and her counterpart, Republican Rep. Phil Green co-sponsored a bill offering a tax credit of $25 each time you donate blood. → Read More

Detroit non-profit Mothering Justice fights for paid medical leave

Detroit non-profit Mothering Justice works to empower mothers and families, particularly those of color, who are already up against the system. This includes getting mothers paid leave when they have children. → Read More

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries offers shelter, hope for the homeless

President and CEO, Dr. Chad Audi says their motto, is never turn anyone away. → Read More

Additional state education funding comes amid disinterest in teaching profession

Dearborn schools have boosted incentives for those interested in becoming teachers. For example, partnering with local colleges and universities to help students complete their education, by easing their financial burden. → Read More

Wayne County Sheriff recruiting 100 deputies for openings

The Wayne County Sheriff is looking for some good men and women to join the workforce as 25% of the jobs are currently vacant. → Read More

Educator: Whitmer's Pre-K for All plan a 'huge step' for Michigan families

"Having all students have access to it I think is really beneficial," Roberson said. "Students are starting to learn their sounds their phonetic awareness and having that with a certified teacher allows students to be able to enter into a kindergarten program well-prepared." → Read More

Gov. Whitmer calls for stricter gun laws to 'save lives' during Michigan State of the State

“I’m not talking about law-abiding citizens. Hunters and responsible gun owners from both sides of the aisle know we need to get these common-sense safety proposals across the finish line,” she said. → Read More

Warning issued on PFOS in some fish from Michigan lakes

“We want it to be a resource that people can defer to when they balance the benefits of eating fish, of which there are many, and the potential risks when those fish have contaminants in them,” Reid said. → Read More

Detroit Police surround home believing double murder suspect was inside, find it empty

Detroit Police surrounded a home where a double murder suspect was believed to be hiding just minutes after the murder. But after several hours, they found it empty inside. → Read More

Easy pasta dish recipe from Busch's Fresh Food Market

Chef Russ Palmer from Busch's Fresh Food Market joined FOX 2. → Read More

Buffalo hit hard by deadly winter 'bomb cyclone': How we can help

"We had wind gusts up to 79 miles per hour. You could feel your home shaking," Mayor Byron Brown said. "We had temperatures as low as minus-22 degrees below zero, and we had white-out conditions where you could not see in front of your face." → Read More