Dave Kinchen, FOX 2 Detroit

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FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Dave:

Detroit man helps rescue victims of fiery car crash on 8 Mile

“I’ve helped before at an accident before, but nothing to that extent," he said. "It’s my natural instinct to always help because like I said if it was me I’d want somebody to do the same." → Read More

2 Michigan State Police troopers shot on Detroit's west side; barricaded scene ongoing

"I had the privilege of talking to the two heroes before I got here because they were able to talk. We shared some laughs and I talked to their colonel we couldn't get past the fact that two officers were shot just trying to do their job," said Chief White. "This is a very difficult time for law enforcement." → Read More

Man loses eye in alleged beating by Clinton Township officer, sues claiming excessive force

“He’s blind now for the rest of his life," Marko said. “He has a glass eye. He has permanent vision loss in that eye. They had to take his eyeball out.” → Read More

Firefighters who battled Harsens Island fire talk geographic challenge of response

“I looked east and yeah, saw the big ball of fire when I got dispatched on my phone and turned around and headed right back," said Firefighter Timothy Kernen. → Read More

Study claims Michigan is $4 billion short to fix state roads, bridges

Many experts who watch both the roads and the money in Michigan say this problem could have and should have been solved decades ago. → Read More

Berkley considers anti-pet store bill as new Puppygram business catches criticism

Local officials debated on whether to pass a law banning pet stores from selling dogs or cats. This came as some residents take aim at the new store, Puppygram, accusing it of using unethical breeders - known as puppy mills. → Read More

Some question why MSU security didn't remotely lock Union at time of mass shooting

There is a wide-ranging debate on campus about how to better secure the buildings. → Read More

Emotional vigil at Michigan State honors fallen victims of mass shooting

“We all lost the people that we were before February 13th. We’re all different now because events like this change you," said one of the speakers. "But that’s okay. We will navigate and find our new selves together,” → Read More

'It's so hard to deal with': Students return to MSU campus after normalcy shattered

“I spent all day on campus just to see everybody and try to come back to normal a little bit," said Jarrett Maki. → Read More

Professor who survived Michigan State shooting: It should have been me

Two of the three victims who were shot and killed were inside Professor Marco Díaz-Muñoz's classroom Monday night in Room 114 in Berkey Hall. → Read More

Urban survival expert Dale Brown shares defensive tactics in case of a mass shooter attack

“We can take our phone just around the corner and safely see whose around there, if there’s a gunman or any other threat, without exposing your body," he said. → Read More

Vigil draws 1,000 to honor Michigan State shooting victim Alexandria Verner in Clawson

“She was a role model for every kid here in Clawson," said Boys Basketball Coach Eric Stephan. "In the classroom, and the athletic field. She was somebody you wanted your daughter to grow up to be, and your son to go marry.” → Read More

'She needs it': Metro Detroit breast cancer survivor wins trip to Super Bowl

Beth Stamat finished chemo Monday. At the end of the week, she hopped on a plane to head to the Super Bowl. → Read More

Sterling Heights Stellantis Plant to add more lactation rooms after federal investigation

It began with complaints of inadequate access including a plant worker who was allegedly expressing breast milk on the factory floor, after being denied access to the plant’s existing breastfeeding rooms. → Read More

Serial crime ring suspects worked out of Family Dollar store next to police mini-station

And investigators say that more arrests will be on the way - with at least five more coming as a result of the joint Warren and Detroit police effort. → Read More

'He didn't deserve that': Mother of man found shot to death on freeway ramp wants justice

Korto Johnson is still struggling to understand how her 22-year-old son’s life could have been ended so suddenly by a bullet, allegedly fired by the hand of someone he knew. → Read More

Bodies believed to be rappers missing from Detroit found in Highland Park

Three bodies found in Highland Park on Thursday are believed to be rappers missing since a Detroit gig they were set to perform at was canceled nearly two weeks ago. → Read More

Ex-Wayne County teacher accused of sexually assaulting vision-impaired children

“Any person, a child, anybody to have to deal with this, it’s just, it’s totally unfair,” said mother Gabrielle Washington. → Read More

Berkley Democrat state rep shows up sick with Covid to cast gallery vote

“I hope this is not a case of Speaker Tate just simply allowing his members to violate CDC guidelines simply because he has a thin majority," Beeler said. "My hope is that it was an oversight, but I think that remains to be seen." → Read More

$100 million in adult scholarships available for Detroit residents' job training

“We wanted to have a city where every person who wanted a good paying job could get one, and the jobs in Detroit went to Detroiters," Duggan said. → Read More