Hilary Golston, FOX 2 Detroit

Hilary Golston

FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Hilary:

Petition for hybrid and online classes at MSU gets 20K signatures after shooting

“Why would we feel safe with police being on campus thinking that is enough," said Peterson. "(There's) still people grieving I’m grieving. I have a funeral to go to next week. I’m not thinking about an exam,my classes, I’m thinking about safety and my mental health." → Read More

Detroit breaks ground on affordable housing in Brush Park, Cass Corridor neighborhoods

Construction on two affordable housing developments in the Brush Park and Cass Corridor communities of Detroit is underway. → Read More

Gun law reform questions raised anew in wake of Michigan State mass shooting tragedy

"Sure you can take guns away - does that mean someone is not going to purchase one illegally or steal one from someone?" said Attorney Terry Johnson. "If someone has evil in their heart, their intent is to do evil." → Read More

Macomb County deputy comforts man along side of road after sensing something was wrong

Macomb County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Thorne said he could sense something was wrong when he responded to a call and saw a young man sitting back in his seat with his eyes closed. → Read More

DTE to increase rates from 3 pm to 7 pm as time-of-day price hike next month

"What this rate is doing is giving customers more flexibility to lower rates if they use their energy off-peak," she said. → Read More

Efforts to enhance Michigan LGBTQ+ protections advance past senate committee

Sexual orientation and gender identity are a step closer to being included in Michigan's Elliott Larsen Civil Rights Act, which protects people from discrimination in Michigan. It currently does not include LGBTQ+ protections. → Read More

Rocked by inflation, most don't share Biden Administration economic optimism

"The price of everything is going up - and the economy not looking better even though we keep being told every day that the economy is great,” said shopper Kelly King. → Read More

Metro Detroit police departments targeted in ransomware attacks

Multiple Wayne County police agencies were targeted on Friday in a ransomware attack but were able to thwart a data breach thanks to quick actions. → Read More

Anti-violence contest in Macomb County allows students to be creative

First place nets the kids $1,000, second place is $750, and third place is $500. The student’s schools will also receive a Hero Award. → Read More

Secretary of State attempting to get in front of misinformation as Michigan, Detroit prepare for midterms

It's after polls close but before unofficial results are called that misinformation is expected to spread, the secretary of state said, warning the public to be wary of meritless lawsuits. → Read More

Lyft driver fatally shot in the head by 19-year-old passenger, police say

The 49-year-old Eastpointe woman picked up the passenger at a Walmart just before 5 a.m. but before she would get to the destination to drop him off, she was shot in the head. → Read More

Tlaib supports Blumenthal’s plan to stop arms sales to Saudis

Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, the incumbent running in Michigan’s 12th Congressional District, tells FOX 2’s Hilary Golston she’s in favor of halting arms sales to Saudi Arabia. → Read More

2020 election denier helping Macomb County Clerk's Office recruit poll workers

"Her opinions a year and a half ago don't reflect what is happening here at the office today," the Macomb County clerk said of Genevieve Peters. → Read More

Amtrak ride from Metro Detroit to Chicago turns into 'nightmare' for passengers

The 19-hour train ride got so bad that many passengers bailed on the Amtrak ride and took an Uber the rest of the way. → Read More

Detroit's Ruth Ellis Center for LGBTQ+ youth in need opens its doors

The development features 43 units of permanent supportive housing, a community health and wellness center, and community spaces designed to address barriers that LGBTQ+ young people experience in accessing housing and other vital services. → Read More

'Historic' Biden pardon for federal pot convictions, lauded by marijuana advocates

“It’s basically a last-minute effort to round up voters that are the far left, and the liberals," said Flanagan. → Read More

Free program gives computer training for women re-entering the workforce

“It can be somebody that’s taking care of kids, somebody that stayed home to take care of loved ones, someone who stayed home for Covid," said Sherrie James, Gesher Human Services. "It can be any reason that women are re-entering the workplace.” → Read More

Detroit's North Rosedale Park adds new Massey mural reflecting neighborhood's diversity

“What’s nice about all of this, is that most of the pieces that are created to last a long time," he said. "Fifteen to 20 years this piece will still be here, in100 years this piece will still be here based on the structure and quality of the materials." → Read More

Man dead, woman stabbed, 10-year-old tied up and beaten in Chesterfield attack

A father is dead after police said another man stabbed him to death inside of a Chesterfield Township home. Police said the suspect also attacked a woman and tied up a 10-year-old boy. → Read More

Michigan groups coalition wants 'clean car' goal by 2030 for state

The progressive groups are using the backdrop of Detroit’s Auto Show to push their agenda: Asking lawmakers for legislation and setting a target date of 2030 for all new passenger and light duty vehicles to be electric. → Read More