Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press

Christina Hall

Detroit Free Press

Lake Odessa, MI, United States

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Past articles by Christina:

Michigan launches dashboard for data about violent deaths

Breakdown of homicides, other violent deaths by race, gender, age, county and other details in dashboard launched by Michigan health department. → Read More

Families to appeal ruling giving Oxford school district, employees immunity after shooting

Attorneys will appeal an Oakland County Circuit judge's ruling that Oxford school district employees can't be sued in relation to 2021 mass shooting. → Read More

Preliminary exam set for man accused of threatening to kill Nessel, other Jewish state officials

A man accused of threatening anyone who is Jewish in Michigan government agreed to remain in custody during a detention hearing Friday. → Read More

Man accused in slaying of former WWJ anchor Jim Matthews to stand trial

Macomb County district judge bound over Arthur Williamson for trial in brutal slaying of former WWJ overnight anchor Jim Matthews, assault on family. → Read More

Ingham County child is Michigan's 1st influenza-related pediatric death this season

A child from Ingham County is Michigan's first influenza-associated pediatric death. The state's top doc says people can still get the flu vaccine. → Read More

'Oh, my God, it's a cat' — with its paws frozen to the road

Freezy was found stuck to snow and ice in Chesterfield Township by a Macomb County Public Works employee, who took the kitty home. → Read More

Ex-Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith released from federal prison

Ex-Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith was transferred to community confinement — home confinement or halfway house, per federal Bureau of Prisons. → Read More

University of Michigan Health public websites hit by pro-Russian cyberattack

U-M Health public websites experience problems from cyberattack. Other reports of similar cyberattacks at hospitals in U.S., other countries. → Read More

Sentencing for ex-Macomb public works boss Anthony Marrocco delayed

Sentencing for ex-Macomb Public Works Commissioner Anthony Marrocco was delayed a month in federal court after discussions about presentence reports. → Read More

Federal judge dismisses Van Gogh painting lawsuit; artwork can't be seized

A federal judge in Detroit ruled the disputed Van Gogh painting is "immune from seizure" under federal law. → Read More

Macomb Prosecutor Lucido: Social media post quoting Robert E. Lee was 'inappropriate ... I apologize'

Macomb County Prosecutor Peter Lucido said post was 'inappropriate', was taken down; he apologized. → Read More

Lawyer charged with 'staggering' theft from trust of late Carhartt leader

Lawyer David Sutherland was arraigned in Grosse Pointe Farms, accused of embezzling money from trust of Carhartt heiress, who died last month. → Read More

Michigan public health officials look to mend relationships after COVID-19

Health leaders see long agenda for the year ahead, including reviewing actions taken during the pandemic. → Read More

'A part of my heart has been removed' relative of slain Macomb mom, daughter tell killers

Justice for family of Tina Geiger and 11-year-old daughter Kristina, who were brutally stabbed to death in 2013 cold case murders in Macomb County. → Read More

'Like a sea of big stars': 'Moonbeams' returns to brighten spirits of children in hospital

After a two-year hiatus, 'Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams' event to cheer up hospitalized children, families returns to Royal Oak campus. → Read More

Macomb prosecutors dismissed from wrongful arrest lawsuit filed by Rev. Rideout

Rev. W.J. Rideout's attorney says he voluntarily dismissed Macomb County prosecutor, three assistant prosecutors from federal lawsuit. → Read More

Military veteran caregivers are like ‘the best friend to the vet’

President Joe Biden declared November National Family Caregivers Month, saying that more than 50 million Americans provide care and medical assistance to help parents, children, siblings and other … → Read More

Warren City Council member term limit dispute latest kerfuffle to hit court

Warren officials tumble into court again, this time in a dispute about term limits of the council president. → Read More

Hungarian girl who battled cancer, infection getting face restored thanks to local doctor

As Aliz Cservenak, 9, battled cancer, a severe infection caused her to lose her nose, part of palate and jaw. Local doctor is reconstructing her face. → Read More

Man charged with murder of Shelby Twp. woman found dead in pickup after crash in Roseville

Stephen Freeman is accused of killing Gabriele Seitz of Shelby Township; her body was found after Freeman crashed her pickup. → Read More