Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press

Christina Hall

Detroit Free Press

Lake Odessa, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

Warren council axes Mayor Fouts' longtime aide from budget — he's not happy

Warren City Council eliminated a position in Mayor Jim Fouts' office budget. Fouts says top aide Amanda Mika's position was cut; council disagrees. → Read More

Authorities search for dwarf alligator on the loose in Clinton Township

Georgie is a young, approximately one-foot-long dwarf caiman that escaped from an outdoor enclosure in Clinton Township. He's been missing five days. → Read More

Warren banquet hall owner criticized for anti-Black Lives Matter Facebook post

Gary DeCarlo, owner of DeCarlo's Banquet & Convention Center, appeared to apologize in Facebook comments and in TV reports for the Facebook post. → Read More

Employees at Red Robin restaurant in Clinton Township test positive for COVID-19

A regional manage said the Red Robin restaurant, on Hall Road east of Hayes Road, plans to reopen Thursday for curbside pickup and take-out. → Read More

Woodward Dream Cruise board officially cancels 2020 event

The Woodward Dream Cruise board canceled this year's event, but that's not to say cruisers won't be out Aug. 15 driving up and down Woodward Avenue. → Read More

Michigan partially lifts order barring nursing home visits during pandemic

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director signed orders that provide for expanded visitations at facilities such as nursing homes. → Read More

No injuries from crane fire at Ferndale rail yard

Ferndale Police said no hazardous materials were released during the crane fire. There was no evacuation or injuries. → Read More

Royal Oak city commissioner pleads guilty in misdemeanor shoplifting case

Royal Oak City Commissioner Kim Gibbs pleaded guilty to third-degree retail fraud, a misdemeanor, in 45th District Court in Oak Park on Wednesday. → Read More

Whitmer extends restrictions on Michigan nursing home visits

The governor said she was extending restrictions on nursing home visits but that state agencies can gradually allow them as conditions permit, → Read More

Former longtime Democratic state Sen. Art Miller dies

Former state Sen. Art Miller Jr., who served in the Michigan Senate for 26 years, died Thursday, his family confirmed. → Read More

Shelby Township trustee taking heat for Facebook post that critics call racist

A Shelby Township official is under fire for a Facebook post made just days after the police chief was suspended for controversial tweets. → Read More

Training, recruitment, body cams topics in meeting of Warren police and civil rights group

Training, recruiting more minorities and body cameras discussed by leaders of Michigan National Action Network and Warren Police in a meeting Friday. → Read More

Shelby Twp. residents say police chief must go for tweets that glorify police brutality

Shelby Township Police Chief Robert Shelide is facing three internal administrative charges for tweets that appear to glorify police brutality. → Read More

Prosecutor won't press charges against Amazon driver; arresting officer under scrutiny

It began as an eerie replay of George Floyd's arrest: a white cop in Warren, Michigan, taking a black motorist to the street over a minor infraction. → Read More

Protesters pose 11 demands of city as rift erupts before Tuesday march

“Here on Day 12, we’ve run out of patience,” organizer Tristan Taylor said. “We are done with black and brown bodies paying the price of patience.” → Read More

Here's how reopened city halls, libraries will look in metro Detroit

Many government buildings and libraries will look and work a little different in an effort to protect employees and the public from COVID-19. → Read More

Fired Macomb County assistant prosecutor alleges retaliation in whistleblower lawsuit

James Langtry's attorney said he was retaliated against for participating in criminal investigation of ex-prosecutor Eric Smith. → Read More

Oakland, Macomb counties to allow pools to reopen; Wayne Co. to follow

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will allow public swimming pools to open June 8 provided they are outdoors and limit capacity to 50%. Indoor pools are still closed. → Read More

Ex-public works boss Marrocco released on bond in corruption probe

Longtime Macomb County Public Works Director Anthony Marrocco released on $100,000 unsecured bond on extortion charges in federal corruption probe. → Read More

Detroit protests continue for third night despite curfew; tear gas deployed, arrests made

Police in riot gear launched tear gas after protesters ignored warning to disperse. → Read More