Ingrid Kelley, FOX 2 Detroit

Ingrid Kelley

FOX 2 Detroit

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Past articles by Ingrid:

DMAN Foundation nonprofit sends 4 people with disabilities to the Bahamas

"The idea is a network of people who act as angels to work together to make miracles for other people," said Ziad Kassab. → Read More

'Pure evil': 5G cell tower placement on Wyandotte school lambasted by WSU professor

"Each sector is transmitting 40 watts continuously. They are facing a high risk of brain tumor," said the electronic and computer engineering professor. → Read More

Friend of man allegedly shot by 13-year-old in Roseville says he was hurt defending his kids

"Everyone says it’s a blessing that he is alive, he took the bullets to save the lives of other kids," Reaves said. → Read More

Babysitter of 1-year-old who died after beating, charged with murder

"Her brain was swollen, covered in blood," her father said. "Several bruises. They’ve got a bruise chart. There was pretty much bruises all over her body." → Read More

Macomb Township amputee gets snow shoveling help from neighborhood teen

David Call Jr. has mobility issues as an amputee and dialysis patient. When the man who shovels David’s snow went out of town, he used a neighborhood app to find someone else to remove his snow. → Read More

Detroit's first ever Reparations Task Force introduced

The city's new Task Force is a result of a ballot initiative that was passed by Detroit residents during the November 2021 election. → Read More

Activist questions Port Huron police officer's punch of intoxicated man on bodycam

The activist has concerns because the father of the police officer involved in this punching incident is a partner in the law firm which represents the city. → Read More

Death of dogs from live wires highlights dangers of downed power lines

DTE Energy estimated Thursday morning that there were about 3,200 wires down, meaning that people need to be careful and check their yards before letting pets outside. → Read More

Armed robbery suspects barricade selves in Detroit home after fleeing in stolen vehicle

Police tried to stop a stolen vehicle involved in an earlier armed robbery. → Read More

Historic Henry Glover House reborn as luxury condos in Detroit's Brush Park

It was set to be demolished, but activists fought to save the historic house and that’s when Quada, an entrepreneur, stepped in with an idea to transform it into condominiums. → Read More

CROWN Act: Michigan lawmakers push to end discrimination of natural Black hair

Michigan lawmakers are pushing for the CROWN Act to be passed to make discrimination based on hair illegal. Black women are often the target of such discrimination. → Read More

Alternatives for Girls breaks ground on new $17M Detroit Center to help at-risk youth

"I just celebrated my 20th birthday last Monday, and I am in my own apartment, I am able to pay my bills, my rent, everything on my own," Ward said. → Read More

Family surprised with furniture shopping spree after fire destroys Oakland County home

The community rallied to help the family get a new home, but there was one problem -- they had no furniture. → Read More

Suspect arrested for robbery of White Castle in Ferndale, hit-and-run crash

"I said, are you serious," the employee said. "And he said, 'Yes. I don’t want to hurt y’all, just give me what I ask for.'" → Read More

Eastern Michigan University, Washtenaw school district testing program to help teacher shortage

The program helps paraprofessionals become full-time teachers. → Read More

Detroit mother dies while giving birth to 12th child; grandmother steps up to raise kids

The grandmother needs help as she works to keep her 12 grandchildren together. → Read More

Turkish EMU professors spearhead earthquake relief efforts

"There are thousands of people who lost their lives and many more survivors are going to feel the pain of this," Yaya said. → Read More

On birthday of man killed trying to stop break-in, family plans his funeral

"We’re living in perilous times, this incident here is evidence of that," said Givens, an evangelist. "It’s sad he had to lose (his life) but I think God makes no mistakes." → Read More

FBI, Michigan police investigate swatting at multiple schools across the state

Tuesday morning, police across Michigan responded to several schools where an unknown caller claimed to be a teacher and reported that a student had shot another student. But it was all revealed to be a hoax. → Read More

Highland Park man killed trying to protect neighbor's car from thief

"My brother, he probably didn’t even think of danger," said Tonja Couch, Stanley's sister. "The thought something was wrong with somebody and he tried to help them but instead they took his life for nothing this world is so evil." → Read More