Dave Herndon, The Oakland Press

Dave Herndon

The Oakland Press

Southgate, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • The Oakland Press
Past:
  • The Macomb Daily
  • Daily Tribune
  • The Morning Sun
  • Press & Guide

Recent articles by David:

Area woman convicted in $65M pharmaceutical fraud scheme

In total, Suzan Berro and her co-conspirators submitted fraudulent claims on behalf of more than 40 pharmacies, totaling over $65 million. → Read More

Lensation photography studio opens in Pontiac

Lensation, a new photography studio has opened in Pontiac. Located inside The Treasury, 30 N. Saginaw #409, the studio is run by Kirsten Nordstrom. The studio officially opened Jan. 7 with an open house. Contact the studio at 248-703-8274 or by email at Lensationkn@gmail.com for more information. → Read More

Corewell Health East hires new chief nursing officer

Sadler earned her associate degree in nursing from Gaston College, bachelor’s degree in nursing from Winston-Salem State University and her master’s degree in Health Administration from Pfeiffer Un… → Read More

Annual Dingell Jingle released

Set to the tune of “I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas.” → Read More

Family of man shot by Dearborn police hires law firm

Cyril Hall, a partner at the firm, said it was a clear civil rights violation. → Read More

Dearborn man who mooned judge, charged with ethnic intimidation, goes on hunger strike

The brother of a Dearborn man who is facing criminal cases in Wayne and Oakland counties said he is now on a hunger strike while in jail. → Read More

Man charged with antisemitic attack in Oakland Co. moons Wayne County judge

Chokr was showing obscene gestures while muted on the video app when he turned his backside to the camera and pulled down his pants. → Read More

Customer pulls gun at area Walmart after pickup order takes too long

The customer had placed the order online, and was waiting in the parking lot when they got upset at the wait time. → Read More

Driver dead, female remains found in trunk after police shooting in Dearborn

The driver of the suspect vehicle was found with a gunshot wound. It is unclear at this time how he was shot, if it was police, himself or another source. → Read More

Students must leave their phones at the door at one area middle school

For Principal Kristen Kajoian, this school year has been quiet. → Read More

Joseph Thomas, former Southfield police chief and a 40-year police veteran, remembered

Prior to coming to the city, Thomas had several other law enforcement jobs. → Read More

8-month-old likely overdosed on fentanyl while at babysitter’s house

The mother said she doesn’t know how her child ingested the drug, but knows that it had to have happened while at the babysitter’s house. → Read More

Dearborn man reports being shot at while in Hazel Park

After Michigan State Police were unable to find a man who reported being shot at on I-696 in Hazel Park, police found that the man had stopped waiting for them and returned to his house in Dearborn… → Read More

Dearborn man reports being shot at while in Hazel Park

After Michigan State Police were unable to find a man who reported being shot at on I-696 in Hazel Park, police found that the man had stopped waiting for them and returned to his house in Dearborn… → Read More

Wayne County Community College launches tuition-free skilled trades program

The program is planned to help connect students with jobs that have a minimum starting wage of $15 an hour. → Read More

Innovation Nation celebrates 200th episode filmed at The Heny Ford

Innovation Nation is a worldwide smash hit, with more than 500 million views over eight seasons and 200 episodes. The show is available in 65 countries including the United States. The show average… → Read More

‘Apollo: When We Went to the Moon’ opens inside Henry Ford Museum

The limited-exhibit Apollo When We Went to the Moon features more than 100 objects and artifacts from the archives of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. → Read More

Congresswomen join Abbas family to stress deadly impacts of drunken driving

Earlier this month the Honoring Abbas Family Legacy to Terminate (HALT) Drunk Driving Act was passed as part of a larger infrastructure bill. → Read More

Whitmer announces federal grant to help with bridge bundling plan

In recent months Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist have both visited crumbling bridges in the region to promote their $300 million plan to fix aging infrastructure. → Read More

Motor Muster to return to Greenfield Village this summer

Father’s Day weekend will be a return to “normal” after missing last year due to the COVID-19 related shutdowns, Motor Muster will return to Greenfield Village June 19-20. → Read More