Simon Shaykhet, WXYZ Detroit

Simon Shaykhet

WXYZ Detroit

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Recent articles by Simon:

Charges filed against former educators for alleged treatment of special needs students

Criminal charges are being filed against three former school workers who were fired last November from Monroe Intermediate School District. → Read More

Detroit saw reduction in some violent crimes in 2022, year-end data shows

The Detroit Police Department revealed new statistics that indicate a reduction in some violent crime, yet a troubling rise in carjackings. → Read More

How the city of Ann Arbor plans to be carbon neutral by 2030

Ann Arbor city leaders are continuing a path toward becoming carbon neutral by 2030 and taking another big step to make that a reality now. → Read More

Detroit Police make 2 arrests in cases of weekend violence

Detroit Police are releasing new info in connection with a violent weekend to start the new year. Six people were shot, including one killed. another victim was stabbed to death in a separate case. → Read More

Red Cross facing blood and platelet donation shortage as National Blood Donor Month kicks off

There is a major need for blood donations in part due to a national platelet shortage. It’s a troubling trend, hitting cancer and surgery patients particularly hard. → Read More

Some face dangerous road conditions to see family for Christmas

It’s almost Christmas and despite a heavy winter storm impacting our area, many families are still making a long drive to visit loves ones. → Read More

Holidays shoppers hit stores ahead of large pre-holiday snowstorm

At Johnny Pomodoro’s at 14 Mile and Middlebelt, customers are stocking up on a variety of groceries for Christmas dinner and other items like salt and firewood. → Read More

Experts share safety tips to protect your home, wallet during winter weather

Time is of the essence to get your home or apartment prepared for winter weather. That means a lot of checks to be done and even supplies to gather. → Read More

How city of Detroit plans to tackle ice, snow-covered roads this week

At a press conference Wednesday, the director of the city’s Department of Public Works Ron Brundidge laid out the strategy that’s been developed. → Read More

Long-term construction projects lead to frustration for Midtown Detroit businesses

A major headache for local businesses in Midtown Detroit has reached a boiling point, with some blasting-long term construction projects impacting their bottom line. → Read More

Michigan Football being undefeated leads to boom for business

The countdown is on to a college football playoff semi-final between University of Michigan and TCU. → Read More

Oakland University welcomes esports fall championship

A fall championship featuring several metro Detroit teams will take place Friday and Saturday, on the campus of Oakland University. → Read More

Unsolved murder cases reportedly ticking up as families brace for holidays

For many families in metro Detroit, the holidays approaching mark a painful time with loved ones lost to violent crime and justice still delayed. → Read More

Battle of the undefeated: Michigan fans prepare for football game against OSU

Michigan football fans say Saturday is anything but just another game against Ohio State, and in Ann Arbor we found out why. → Read More

Proposal to expand Riverview landfill denied

A 5-year landfill fight is about to come to a crossroads in Riverview. The site services 16 different communities but it’s running out of space. → Read More

Detroit City Council approves $16 million payout for wrongfully convicted men

More massive settlements by the city of Detroit are being paid out to men wrongfully convicted of murder. → Read More

University of Michigan students vote in massive lines on Election Day

A mega-size turnout at both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University on Election Day was the result of a student-led campaign to register young voters ahead of the deadline. → Read More

Election Day 2022: Here's how to research Michigan judicial candidates

They play a key role in criminal and civil courts, as high up as the State Supreme Court. Ahead of Election Day, we’re looking at why voters choose certain candidates and the qualities they look for. → Read More

Judge raises violent offender's bond after profane outburst in court

He’s a convicted violent criminal now back behind bars after an ugly verbal attack on a judge in Wyandotte Thursday. → Read More

Corewell Health East reports 777% increase in RSV cases since September

As a nurse and parent to 3-week-old Owen, she says many remain unaware of the dangerous virus that spreads through respiratory droplets. → Read More