Ali Hoxie, WXYZ Detroit

Ali Hoxie

WXYZ Detroit

Kansas City, MO, United States

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  • WXYZ Detroit
  • FOX 17
  • 41 Action News

Past articles by Ali:

Ann Arbor transportation plan works to eliminate carbon emissions and injury crashes

Ann Arbor’s new transportation plan is revolving all around zero. The goal, zero deaths and injuries because of crashes by 2025, and zero carbon emissions by 2030. → Read More

MDOT planning busy 2021 construction season

Construction season is quiet right now, but once the weather warms up, drivers can expect to see plenty of orange cones around metro Detroit. → Read More

America's Thanksgiving Parade, Turkey Trot go virtual amid pandemic

DETROIT — The coronavirus pandemic is changing America’s Thanksgiving parade with thousands missing out on this Detroit tradition. This year the parade is a televised event, with everything being pre-recorded to avoid the potential of any crowds gathering. “We knew that we’ve got to have something for people see, this is part of our fabric,” CEO of the Parade Company Tony Michaels said. Michaels… → Read More

Carbon fiber being used to create safer bridges in Michigan

A partnership between Lawrence Technology University and the Michigan Department of Transportation is helping develop a new way to build bridges in the Mitten state. → Read More

California moves to ban gasoline cars. Will Michigan follow suit?

It was just a few weeks ago that California’s governor signed an executive order mandating everyone drive electric cars by 2035. We went digging to find out if Michigan could see the same type of legislation here. → Read More

Construction starting on first-ever carpooling lanes on I-75 in Michigan

We are now getting close to the end of segment two of the three part I-75 Modernization project, with work underway to create carpool lanes. They will be the first in the state of Michigan. → Read More

Study finds 97% of roads in South Lyon are in poor or very poor condition

A newly-released study is shedding light on just how bad driving conditions are in the city of South Lyon. → Read More

List of road projects planned in Oakland County for 2021

The Road Commission for Oakland County is giving details on what construction people will see in 2021. → Read More

Republican-led Michigan House proposes $800M road-funding plan that wouldn't raise gas tax

The Republican-controlled house has just proposed a new way to try and fix the roads. → Read More

LIVE AT 7: Gov. Whitmer to deliver State of the State address

Governor Gretchen Whitmer will take the stage for her second State of the State address Wednesday night. → Read More

Michigan is 2nd sickest state in the country, report says

The flu is hitting Michigan extremely hard. → Read More

Chief Craig to address video of celebratory gunfire, 2019 crime stats in Detroit today

On the heels of a disturbing video showing what appears to be celebratory gun fire, Detroit Police Chief James Criag is expected to hold a media conference today discussing crime statistics for 2019. → Read More

6 people, including baby, hospitalized after house fire in southwest Detroit

Multiple people were taken to the hospital Thursday morning after a house fire in southwest Detroit. → Read More

Barricaded gunman: Police respond to call of ex-boyfriend firing shots at woman in Detroit

Detroit police say they are on the scene of a barricaded gunman in the 16000 block of Princeton near the intersection of Florence. → Read More

Free swimming classes for Michigan children during 'World’s Largest Swim Lesson'

Thursday is National “The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson Day”, a day meant to encourage parents across the nation to teach children how to swim. → Read More

Number of Lyme disease cases increasing in Michigan

Now is the time of year for ticks, and it is a good time to remember that ticks can carry Lyme disease. → Read More

18,000 plants going into the ground for Belle Isle's new garden

Visitors will now have one more reason to visit Belle Isle. → Read More

Why Oakland County is reducing waterpark hours this summer

Starting today people can have some fun in the sun and enjoy the public pools in Oakland County – but there is a slight catch. → Read More

New storefronts hitting southeast Michigan malls this summer

New stores are hitting multiple malls here in southeast Michigan, bringing a new way to break away from the heat this summer. → Read More

Detroit Police cracking down on illegal ATV riding inside city limits

Police are cracking down on people driving ATVs illegally inside city limits. → Read More