Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press

Christina Hall

Detroit Free Press

Lake Odessa, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

Veteran: 'I'm one of the lucky ones' — photo exhibit give glimpse of military life

More than 1,200 of Macomb Community College's students are veterans or their dependents. → Read More

Eastpointe elects first black mayor; selects 2 council members under new voting method

Councilwoman Monique Owens is elected as first black mayor in Eastpointe. Voters select two council members using new ranked choice voting method. → Read More

DIA seeks to renew tri-county millage in 2020 — two years ahead of expiration

DIA seeks to renew a 10-year, tri-county millage approved by voters in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties in 2020. The millage was approved in 2012. → Read More

Jim Fouts wins fourth term as Warren mayor, defeating councilwoman Kelly Colegio

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts won re-election to a four-year term as mayor in the state's third-largest city, beating opponent Councilwoman Kelly Colegio. → Read More

Warren mayor, council seats up for grabs; new voting method in Eastpointe

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts seeks fourth term, while most of the council will turn over. Eastpointe has new voting method in Tuesday's general election. → Read More

Macomb Township man charged with hurting 10-pound dog, which is missing

Macomb Co. authorities say the man was seen on video taking Nella by the neck and putting a hammer and backpack into his vehicle. The dog is missing. → Read More

Law enforcement facing the challenges of new legal marijuana laws

As the state begins accepting applications for recreational marijuana business licenses, police are sorting out how to enforce something that's legal → Read More

'It's the Neighborhood Watch of 2020,' police say as doorbell cams proliferate

Privacy concerns rise as cloud-based home security systems like Amazon's Ring proliferate in neighborhoods. → Read More

Mount Clemens solider killed in World War II returns to Michigan after more than 75 years

Marine Corps Reserve Pfc. Kenneth Likens of Mount Clemens was killed in a WWII battle in 1943. His remains were accounted for in May, buried Friday. → Read More

Police suspect foul play in disappearance of Southfield woman in northern Michigan

Adrienne Quintal of Southfield has been missing since late last week, when she made a frantic call to a friend in Warren from a family cottage in Benzie County. → Read More

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts says audio is 'manufactured, politically motivated'

New audio purporting to be voice of Warren Mayor Jim Fouts says he wanted to shoot former chief of staff in the head. Fouts says tape is manufactured. → Read More

Prosecutor: Uncle Kracker helped 'diffuse' situation, 'prevent a scuffle' from escalating

Prosecutor: Matthew Shafer, who goes by stage name of Uncle Kracker, helped to 'diffuse' a situation at a Macomb Co. bar during Labor Day weekend. → Read More

Victim dies 3 days after shooting at Eastpointe bar

Jared Glenn died Tuesday, three days after being shot in the head by a gunman who opened fire early Saturday on patrons outside an Eastpointe bar. → Read More

Prosecutor: Handgun stashed under SUV hood used in Eastpointe bar shooting that injured 6

Detroit man is charged with assault with intent to murder in Eastpointe bar shooting that injured 6. Prosecutor: handgun used was underneath SUV hood. → Read More

Lawsuit: Warren Mayor Jim Fouts created 'racially hostile' work environment

Ex-diversity coordinator said his efforts to address racism at Warren city hall, including the use of the N-word, were thwarted by Mayor Jim Fouts. → Read More

Fouts to veto medical pot licenses approved by Warren City Council

Mayor Jim Fouts says process to award medical marijuana dispensary licenses has resulted in numerous lawsuits. → Read More

2 new rabies cases confirmed in skunks in Southfield, Farmington Hills

Rabies confirmed in two new cases in skunks from Southfield, Farmington Hills. Rabies verified in four bats, eight skunks this year in Oakland County. → Read More

Fired Macomb County director files whistleblower lawsuit alleging retaliation

Rhonda Powell says she was fired because of her efforts to investigate employee racial discrimination complaints. → Read More

Birmingham issues advisory after water testing shows some homes exceed lead standards

The city is urging residents to take precautions through a public education campaign and is giving out free filters to lower-income residents. → Read More

'It's a win,' says Birmingham resident who sued city over free speech rights

A settlement was reached in a federal lawsuit against Birmingham, its mayor and city attorney by two residents who were silenced at a July meeting. → Read More