Alan Campbell, WXYZ Detroit

Alan Campbell

WXYZ Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Alan:

After family farm destroyed by Armada tornado, owner donates pounds of meat to community

With all the damage in Armada and the cleanup efforts, one business is helping out and donating food. → Read More

COVID-19 cases rise as vaccination rates lag

Coronavirus case numbers are going up. → Read More

Eastland Center being eyed for redevelopment into industrial warehouse space

The Eastland Center in Harper Woods could soon be demolished and redeveloped into industrial and warehouse space and the City Planning Commission is considering the idea. → Read More

Frontline workers continue to deal with the effects of COVID even as numbers go down

It’s been more than a year that frontline workers have been dealing with COVID-19 and tens of thousands of deaths have been reported in Michigan. Frontline workers witnessing the pain and hurt from family and patients. → Read More

Tri-County crematorium linked to controversial former funeral director raided by feds

Today a controversial former funeral director's crematorium was raided by the feds. The state and 7 Action News cameras were rolling. → Read More

Wedding events industry hopeful for future as mask guidelines loosened

Today’s news from the CDC is bringing hope to wedding venues that they too may soon be able to have more people at events, but say they will still follow local and state guidelines. → Read More

Local musicians hopeful as venues slowly reopen after pandemic forced music industry to go silent

The coronavirus has affected so many. Businesses have been hit especially hard, and unemployment claims went through the roof. The entertainment business was shut down and entertainers were forced to look for work elsewhere. → Read More

Portion of abandoned development in Farmington Hills to be demolished

It was supposed to be a new development in Farmington Hills. Construction was moving along, but things would stop and start again causing all types of confusion and problems. → Read More

Detroit nurse who survived COVID is educating the public on pros, cons of the vaccine

A Detroit nurse who almost died from COVID-19 is now helping others by educating them about the vaccine to help protect them, their family and the community. → Read More

American Coney Island teams up with Vans to create apparel for 'Foot the Bill' campaign

A popular shoe company is teaming up with a Detroit staple to help the business during the pandemic in a new initiative called Foot the Bill. → Read More

COVID-19 long-haulers speak about their long road of recovery

Two COVID-19 long haulers are sharing their stories nearly a year after they were both diagnosed. It’s been a year of ups and downs, but in the end, both are happy to still be alive and the progress they’ve made. → Read More

Recreational marijuana delivery service launches in metro Detroit with some safety concerns

Recreational marijuana users can now take advantage of a marijuana delivery service in metro Detroit. → Read More

Local business owner breaks barriers in new Mastercard commercial with Jennifer Hudson

A Southfield business owner is breaking barriers and sharing how she was able to persevere during this pandemic. → Read More

Pinckney man wants World War II knife belonging to grandfather returned after accidentally sold for $20 at yard sale

A Pinckney man needs your help getting his grandfather's World War II knife back after it was accidentally sold at a moving sale. → Read More

Capitol police prepare for potential threat in D.C. after learning of militia group plot

Capitol police in Washington D.C. are preparing for a threat on the Capitol building expected Thursday after receiving information of a potential plot by a militia group. → Read More

Brighton church Zoom-bombed by racists, prompting investigation

A Brighton church was Zoom bombed during service Valentine’s Day with images of white supremacy while the reverend spoke about the struggles of civil rights. → Read More

'You guys got me.' US Marshals locate wanted man inside wall of Detroit home

A Detroit man on the run since 2018 is back in custody. Willie Wright was wanted by the US Marshals and was captured Wednesday on Detroit’s east side. → Read More

Michigan State Police warn people to only travel if necessary during winter storm

As the snow comes down Michigan State Police are reminding people to slow down if they are on the roads and be sure to plan ahead. Many cities across Southeast Michigan have declared snow emergencies while plows hit the roads. → Read More

Canton High School students push for mascot name change

High school students in Canton are asking their mascot named “Chiefs” to be changed because it is disrespectful to Native Americans. → Read More

Metro Detroit bowling coach rushes to rescue families as apartment building goes up in flames

A local bowling coach is being hailed a hero for quickly jumping into action when he saw a Lincoln Park apartment building on fire on his way to practice. → Read More