Roop Raj, FOX 2 Detroit

Roop Raj

FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Roop:

'We need Congress to act': VP Kamala Harris talks what needs to happen to handle border crisis

Vice President Kamala Harris sat down with FOX 2's Roop Raj to discuss issues at the border. → Read More

Drag racing suspects tracked down by state police, found hiding in dumpster

It started with a call reporting cars drag racing on Woodward near Davison in Highland Park. Shortly after that, troopers saw several Dodge Chargers speeding. They tried to stop one of them, but the driver took off. → Read More

Bankruptcy and student loans: why it's easier now to wipe out that debt

If you're struggling to pay bills and are considering bankruptcy, the Biden Administration has made it easier to get bankruptcy relief from your student loan debts. → Read More

Michigan Governor Whitmer on abortion, COVID policies, electric vehicle evolution

This week, Governor Whitmer gave us a little more than 15 minutes to talk about the same topics that challenger Tudor Dixon spoke about last week. → Read More

Mayor Mike Duggan talks Detroit Auto Show's big comeback following pandemic hiatus

"There is more construction going on in this city than there's been in 50 years," Duggan said. "And people who haven't been here in two or three years say, 'I can't believe everything that's new.'" → Read More

Gov. Whitmer talks Michigan-made electric vehicles at Detroit Auto Show

Whitmer, who also made a political speech at the auto show today, stopped to talk to our Roop Raj about the tech on display. She mentioned the industry's push for electric vehicles and the role our state plays in the change. → Read More

Where are the workers and are Detroiters being left behind in its own comeback?

We're more than a year into the ‘great resignation’ and many companies are offering incentives and more money in hopes of keeping their employees. But that doesn't always work. So where have they gone? → Read More

Matt DePerno, GOP candidate for attorney general denies he was in possession of a voter tabulator

Michigan's chaotic election season became more uncertain after the GOP candidate for attorney general was allegedly present when illegal tampering of voting equipment was underway in Oakland County. → Read More

Family of Novi man imprisoned in Russia is encouraged after US offers trade of arms dealer

David Whelan added that food rations are being cut back in the prisons - and clocks and watches have been removed by guards. → Read More

Detroit area group raises money for body armor, medical supplies for Ukraine

"I know the contacts of who can get them there, through all kinds of different methods," Halushka said. "They've been doing that since the Soviet Union was still around, you couldn’t go through regular channels." → Read More

Detroit Police Chief James White explains how the department has used $50M

On Friday, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Police Chief James White both traveled to Washington, DC, for an audience with the President of the United States where they discussed how the city is using the $50 million from American Rescue Plan (ARP). → Read More

Gov. Whitmer talks 1-on-1 about the fight to protect abortion rights

"My goal is to make sure that the law that has been, rightfully, squarely, for women to make their own bodily choices and to have autonomy as full Americans, with decision-making and agency over their own bodies, is crucial," she said. → Read More

Brother of Paul Whelan imprisoned in Russia, fears parents won't live to see him released

"I think they are not going to concede, so that’s really two options that are off the table for Paul," David said. "If there are concessions at the US government can make to get Paul’s release - they seem fewer than they were before." → Read More

Detroit Auto Show: Electric vehicles and focusing on Detroit

The Detroit Auto Show returns in 2022 with a strong focus on electric vehicles, innovation, and the city of Detroit. → Read More

'The best is yet to come': Huel Perkins' career in Detroit comes to a close

More than three decades ago, Huel Perkins moved to Detroit and was quickly embraced by the Motor City. On Friday, March 25, he's stepping away from the desk for good. → Read More

Detroit's walkable downtown ready for incoming summer events

Downtown Detroit is about to be the focus of Michigan with the auto show, Concours d’Elegance, and fireworks show all attracting people back to Motown. → Read More

Livingston Area Pet Pantry helps families struggling to feed animals

People who need help feeding their animals can get food so they don't need to choose between feeding their pet or themselves. → Read More

Expert: Options available for nurses with burnout

"Nurses are at a pivotal point where we have a great deal of nurses retiring from the profession," she said. "We have several nurses, all over the country right now, that are at a point of burnout. → Read More

Louisiana Creole Gumbo in Detroit's Eastern market forced out by landlord after 50 years

After more than 50 years, Louisiana Creole Gumbo in Detroit is being forced to close its original location after the landlord opted to sell the building. → Read More

Dr. EV-il: 'Austin Powers' cast reunites for GM Super Bowl commercial

The Super Bowl is always a big moment for advertisers and General Motors hopped into the time machine to bring back a classic character with Dr. Evil. → Read More