Dave LewAllen, WXYZ Detroit

Dave LewAllen

WXYZ Detroit

Southfield, MI, United States

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Past articles by Dave:

From clothing to school supplies, all can be found at thrift stores

Seven-year-old Lilly Steinback is excited to be a second grader and ready for the start of the new school year. → Read More

7 Action News viewers become family through kidney donation

7 Action News viewer gives the gift of life after learning about another viewer's desperate need for a kidney → Read More

Storm preps: Metro Detroiters trying to get ahead of heavy flooding

For Dearborn Heights residents on Hanover and Currier streets, it’s an occurrence that’s all too common. → Read More

Fisher Body plant abandoned for decades will be transformed by two native Detroit Black developers

For decades, it has been a major symbol of blight in the city – an eyesore visible to all who travel the I-75/I-94 interchange. → Read More

An Ann Arbor institution: Zingerman's Delicatessen celebrates 40 years in business

From humble beginnings in a 13,000 square foot building — Partners Ari Weinzweig and Paul Saginaw have built a business powerhouse over the decades. → Read More

'My safety was at risk': Local professional basketball player flees Ukraine

After the Joe Biden administration urged Americans in Ukraine to leave the country, a former Mercy High School and Oakland University basketball player is safe in Finland. → Read More

Detroit's real estate market showing pandemic slow down is picking back up and prices are stable

The pandemic’s impact on everyone and everything includes the market for condo sales and apartments in Detroit. → Read More

In the shadows of the Herman Keifer renovation, West Philadelphia St. home rehab is showing progress

It’s a huge project for anyone to tackle! → Read More

An inside look at the new $28.3 million Wayne State University basketball facility

Tickets for the game sold out in minutes, with students filling the stands. → Read More

The Schvitz: Detroit's Original 1920's Bathhouse has made some welcoming changes

Non-descript is an apt description of the two-story building on Oakland Avenue in Detroit's North End neighborhood. Its only identifier is the small neon sign in the window. → Read More

Free Bikes 4 Kidz is a nonprofit is fixing up thousands of bikes for kids in time for Christmas

Volunteers are at work now so that the bikes filling a warehouse on Detroit’s west side will be ready to make Christmas merrier for several thousand local kids. → Read More

Bringing back the Jefferson Chalmers Business District

It’s a historic and cultural landmark but the Vanity Ballroom also stands as a symbol of the demise of the Jefferson Chalmers neighborhood, located on the city’s lower east side. → Read More

A Detroit Gem: Belle Isle's Anna Whitcomb Conservatory raising funds for upgrades

The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory is on nearly every top 10 list of places to visit in Detroit. → Read More

New restaurant in downtown Detroit bringing comfort food, great views to the city

A new restaurant is coming to the heart of downtown Detroit, and the signage is up on the Little Caesars HQ along Woodward Ave. → Read More

Real estate business booms amid pandemic

A new home under construction in Birmingham is just a block over from the office where Simon Thomas is managing a fast-growing realty brokerage firm in a red-hot real estate market. → Read More

'We're putting it back together.' A look inside the major construction at Michigan Central Station

Three years into the restoration of the historic Michigan Central Station in Corktown, scaffolding fills much of the building's ground floor, including the main waiting room with its incredible 65-foot tile vaulted ceilings. → Read More

'Music is everything.' A look at the future of live concerts as the industry emerges from pandemic restrictions

It’s home to heavy metal in Detroit—but the pulsating beat and raging, distorted guitar licks at Harpos were silenced during the pandemic—along with the music at every other venue across the city and state. → Read More

Lumber prices nearly four times higher than last year, hurting home builders & buyers

The real estate market is red hot, but record-high lumber prices are driving up costs for home builders and home buyers. → Read More

Local organization in need of 300 frozen turkeys for families this Thanksgiving holiday

Thanksgiving is going to look a lot different for many families this year because of safety precautions due to COVID-19. → Read More

Local father walks the distance to go around the world with son who has rare genetic disorder

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are making a point to get out of the house regularly for exercise. For many families, walks together around the neighborhood have become part of the daily routine. → Read More