Jack Nissen, FOX 2 Detroit

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Past articles by Jack:

Michigan tax relief bill signed into law by Whitmer; here's who benefits

The tax cuts means the state will forego hundreds of millions of dollars a year in revenue - in exchange, families and seniors will see thousands of dollars returned. See how much here. → Read More

Detroit police looking for man who shot female teen on city's east side

Jared Barber allegedly shot the woman last week, police said. → Read More

Best campground in America found in Michigan

Most who make the trek up north probably pass by the campground on the way - it's nuzzled right between two of the state's most popular inland lakes. → Read More

New service animal laws enabling better training for pets in Michigan

Pets make the best companions and even better partners when an extra set of paws is needed to keep someone safe. A new law passed last year will help their training even more. → Read More

Michigan woman almost threw out winning million-dollar lottery ticket

The woman actually had tossed the winning ticket in a bag with other garbage. The next morning, she had one more look just to be sure. → Read More

Live wire sparks Redford Township fire

In Monday's News Hit, - A Redford Township family lost their garage and all their possessions when a live wire that fell on their property didn't have the power cut - Some 25,000 homes still don't have power after another round of severe weather - A driver says a white Dodge muscle car brake-checked them before pulling out a gun and shooting → Read More

Gas prices jump 17 cents for Metro Detroit drivers

Costs aren't anywhere near what they were last summer when drivers were paying $78 to fill up 15 gallons of gas. However, demand this year could be just a robust as last years. → Read More

Driver of Dodge muscle car shot at vehicle after brake-checking them on I-75, police say

A road rage incident on I-75 near Royal Oak happened early Sunday evening. → Read More

Two more MSU shooting victims discharged from hospital

One victim remains in critical condition following the mass shooting on Feb. 13. → Read More

Warren man bound over to circuit court for strangling of Royal Oak woman

Warren police were originally called to a hotel to perform a wellness check at Robert Wilson's rom. They found a woman dead from strangulation. → Read More

Morgue worker allegedly stole from deceased's home

In Thursday's News Hit: - Police say an employee working for the Wayne County Morgue used his position to stake out potential victims - Dana Nessel and other elected leaders who are Jewish have been targeted by someone who said they wanted to kill them. The suspect has since been arrested - MSU plans to add more security upgrades to the campus after the mass shooting that left three dead and… → Read More

FBI arrests man who threatened Dana Nessel, other elected Jewish officials

Jack Carpenter III, a resident of Tipton, Michigan, was reportedly a former employee at the University of Michigan. → Read More

Gun safety bills get long-awaited hearings in Michigan as momentum for reform builds

Current lawmakers, faith leaders, and even former Republican Congressmen have all come out in support of universal background checks, red flag laws, and safe storage rules. → Read More

Michigan Senate approves tax package without $180 'inflation relief' checks

Michigan Democrats failed to get enough Republican votes to secure the $180 rebate checks. Two other major changes to Michigan's tax policy did pass, however. → Read More

Michigan's marijuana industry sending $60M to cities and counties with pot businesses

Washtenaw County raked in nearly $2 million alone since its hosting 40 weed businesses. Here's the other cities, townships, and villages that will get money. → Read More

Map shows where Underground Railroad operated in Michigan

Only one man has ever been branded by order of federal court in American history. Jonathan Walker has "SS" for slave stealer burned into his hand. He's one of many subjects whose story is told in the new map. → Read More

DTE and Consumers Energy offers credit for extreme outages

Tens of thousands of customers still don't have power after a storm struck five days ago. → Read More

MSU shooting victim who was discharged from hospital says he 'almost didn't make it'

Troy Forbush "took a bullet to my chest" and "had a brush with death" before he received life-saving care at the hospital after being shot two weeks ago. He's one of five victims to survive the shooting rampage in East Lansing on Feb. 13. → Read More

DTE Outages in Southeast Michigan: 65,000+ without power with incoming winter weather

At least one lawmaker called for DTE and Consumers to reimburse customers for their lost food and medicine as well as the time they spent without power after last week's catastrophic storm. → Read More

Winter weather Monday

In Monday's News Hit: - More winter weather is on the way, even as Southeast Michigan is still reeling from last week's ice storm - A manhunt is underway in Detroit as police search for a suspect who shot at officers - DTE says 61,000 homes still don't have power, five days after a massive series of outages → Read More