Andrea Isom, WXYZ Detroit

Andrea Isom

WXYZ Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Andrea:

St. Joseph Mercy Oakland changes the conversation from sickness to health with new farm

It is not a place where you would expect to see a farm, but a hospital and health care team in metro Detroit thought differently. → Read More

Rich relationships: Detroit couple shares their mission and message

Born and raised in the city, the couple you are about to meet is changing lives and making a difference across the county. → Read More

NBA great Derrick Coleman and Beaumont Health help kids bounce back

Entrepreneur, philanthropist, Detroiter and NBA great Derrick Coleman just made a power move to help kids get back on the basketball court, giving them a sense of safety and normalcy. → Read More

Black Leaders Detroit: Detroit couple makes $100,000 donation to help Black entrepreneurs

It all started with a conversation, which led to a friendship and a genuine bond between people from different places. → Read More

The Rose: A Collection Of Poems From Rosa B. Mitchell the poet, minister, and Detroiter

She’s been the matriarch of her family, her church, and her community for many years. And as she nears a century on this Earth, this faithful Detroiter is still working to make a difference. → Read More

2021 Young Inventors Expo Detroit where education, health, science, and literacy are a family affair

Friday afternoon in Eastern Market inside Shed Five there was a special event centered around children and families. The focus was on education, health, science, and literacy because it’s all connected. → Read More

How a Detroit teen inspired others across the country with his powerful speech on redlining

Detroit teen King Bethel wrote a speech about an issue that has plagued our country’s past and is still present today, and people listened. → Read More

The journey to her cap and gown: Hermelinda Sporea graduates high school at 70-years-old

It’s never too late to live out your dreams. It may take some time, a lot of work, and a huge support system cheering you on, but it can be done if you never give up. → Read More

Getting to Know the Neighborhood: District Number 6

(WXYZ) — It’s an explosion of cultures. It’s welcoming, thriving, and filled with people with one common purpose, to help one another. It’s just their way of showing how much they care about togetherness and community. In this week’s Getting To Know The Neighborhood 7 Action News Reporter Andrea Isom takes us to District Number 6. → Read More

Detroiters can soon get on board The Gravy Train Dock Experience offering live music, food delivery

It’s time to get on the Gravy Train Detroit! And you don’t want to miss all that it has to offer. → Read More

Celebrating Culture: Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month

May is Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month. Many of our family members, friends, and neighbors are in the midst of a very tumultuous time. → Read More

Detroit's District 5 described as a 'very centered community' with longtime city roots

The people of Detroit's District 5 are proud, present and strong in their conviction about the vibrancy of their communities. → Read More

Metro Detroit organization challenges the stigma of addiction

The opioid epidemic has sky-rocketed during the COVID pandemic. The overdoses and deaths continue to rise. → Read More

Metro Detroit man uses his voice, artistry to help those experiencing homelessness

A picture can speak a thousand words. You can learn so much from a photograph. However, we can discover even more about one another if we talk and get to know each other. → Read More

Live theatre is back at Bloomfield Hills High School with performances of 'Into the Woods'

Bloomfield Hills High School presents "Into the Woods" in socially distanced → Read More

Metro Detroit nurses form 'No Nurse Left Behind' initiative to support frontline health workers

Strangers can become friends who turn into sisters and form a bond that can change each other's lives and the lives of others. → Read More

Michigan woman launches 'Joy Doodles' to spread happiness after losing father

In times of change and uncertainty, loneliness and stresses can set in, even for the strongest, toughest people we know. → Read More

Great Lakes MassMutual joins forces with First Independence Bank to bridge financial gap in metro Detroit

Monetary success should not just be reserved for a few. Equal access to the tools and resources to gain a strong financial footing are things everyone deserves. → Read More

Living and Learning Enrichment Center offers a unique approach to enriching lives

It is just incredible how one person can change so many lives with one decision. Well, a metro Detroit woman took a leap of faith for the love of her son with special needs, and now that unconditional connection is helping dozens of others. → Read More

Metro Detroit man develops online resource center to protect older adults from nest egg scams

The numbers are alarming. One out of every 20 older adults in this country is robbed of thousands of dollars every year due to fraud, identity theft and scams. → Read More