Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press

Christina Hall

Detroit Free Press

Lake Odessa, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

Sen. Lucido doesn't discuss reporter exchange, cites fact-finding process

Sen. Peter Lucido faced constituents, others Friday but didn't discuss report that he made sexist remarks to reporter in front of high school boys. → Read More

Washington Twp. man has new trial in 2013 death of 2-year-old Damian Sutton

Ronald Dimambro Jr. is in the midst of a new trial in the 2013 death of 2-year-old Damian Sutton. He's on trial in Macomb County Circuit Court. → Read More

Pregnant woman shot in stomach outside Clinton Township apartments

A pregnant woman told Clinton Township Police that an unknown man approached her as she was walking to her car, shot her in the stomach and ran. → Read More

2nd Amendment sanctuary resolution has support in Macomb County

A handful of county boards in Michigan, including Macomb, are discussing resolutions to designate their county a Second Amendment sanctuary. → Read More

Parolee nabbed, suspected of being serial robber at metro Detroit stores

Warren Police said they believe the Westland man, paroled from prison in August, committed seven armed robberies in six metro Detroit communities. → Read More

Mark Hackel responds to social media outrage over refugee letter

Mark Hackel said in a letter Macomb County will continue to accept refugees. Then the social media furor hit. → Read More

Ex-Utica Eisenhower High School girls basketball coach charged with sexting player

Ex-Utica Eisenhower High School girls basketball coach is charged with sending sexually-explicit text messages to a 14-year-old player. → Read More

Whistleblower lawsuit against Macomb County, ousted Clerk Karen Spranger settled

A federal whistleblower lawsuit filed by two former top deputies of ousted Macomb County Clerk Karen Spranger has been settled. → Read More

Warren Mayor Fouts says new City Council throwing grenades at him

Warren Mayor Fouts and City Council have sparred on recreational marijuana and access to city department heads among other issues. → Read More

Crews containing petroleum leak in Warren drain; sheen found moving down Clinton River

Petroleum leaks into Warren storm drain that eventually leads to Clinton River and Lake St. Clair. A sheen was found moving down the river. → Read More

New Discovery Center to open in downtown Mount Clemens in spring of 2020

The Discovery Center, formerly known as Macomb Children's Hands On Museum, is to have exhibits for kids when it opens in the spring in Mount Clemens. → Read More

LGBTQ pride event planned for Mount Clemens, believed to be a first in Macomb County

Macomb County Pride is planning a June event in Mount Clemens for the LGBTQ community. One organizer believes this is the first pride event in Macomb. → Read More

Hackel vetoes Macomb County's 2020 budget. Now it's back to the board.

Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel vetoed next year's budget two weeks after county board approved it. Board meets Thursday to decide next step. → Read More

Detroit Zoo's Great Lakes Nature Center getting bigger, more expensive; but no site yet

The Detroit Zoo is planning a bigger, more expensive Great Lakes Nature Center. But the site for the Macomb County attraction hasn't been finalized. → Read More

Lakeside Mall in Sterling Heights sold, new owner plans to expand beyond retail

Lakeside Mall in Sterling Heights has been sold, with the new owner sharing city officials' vision of a revamped area. → Read More

Dino Bucci's corruption trial delayed; he has 'serious medical issues'

Ex-Macomb Township Trustee Dino Bucci's trial in Macomb County corruption probe delayed. He's cooperating, but also has had "serious medical issues." → Read More

Ex-Eisenhower High band director charged with sex crimes against students

The former band director at Eisenhower High is facing sex crime charges in two cases involving students, including an alleged sexual assault in 2011. → Read More

State Police release Toledo man held in crash that killed 1-year-old boy

Toledo man has been released pending further investigation of a two-vehicle crash on I-94, in which a 1-year-old boy died, Michigan State Police said. → Read More

Dad charged with drunken driving in Clinton Twp. crash that killed 7-year-old son

A New York man is charged with drunk driving in the death of his 7-year-old son Sunday in a one-vehicle crash in Clinton Township. → Read More

Animal rescues watch over animals in need, but no one's watching them. That could change.

Animal rescues in Michigan watch over animals in need, but who's watching them? No one. That could change with proposed state law to regulate them. → Read More