Ryan Ermanni, FOX 2 Detroit

Ryan Ermanni

FOX 2 Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

How to make an easy and trendy Brunch Board with Chef Kelli

Pancakes, bagels, waffles and breads with your favorite butters, dips and spreads! → Read More

Memorial barbecue in honor of fallen DPD Officer Loren Courts is Oct. 8 in Berkley

"It's so humbling to see the amount of people who cared about him," Kristine Courts said. "I know how it feels for us, but to see the community care as much as they do, it's so heartwarming." → Read More

A peek inside the 'Greatest Wrestling Collection' in Detroit

It was just guys being dudes when FOX 2's Ryan Ermanni joined Steve Morand inside his makeshift museum that is stacked high with old wrestling belts, costumes, signed photographs, and arcade games. → Read More

Dr. Sabrina Jackson: To 'Keep Hope Alive' is beneficial for health

"I want people to understand that Black history is everybody's history," said Dr. Sabrina Jackson. "So that we can all celebrate, we can all have gratitude, we can all use empathy. And lastly, we can still have hope for all people in this diaspora as we have seen benefits from African-American culture." → Read More

Drive One Detroit vocational school offers hand-on learning for high school students

"We take kids from consortiums and 501 that do not have these types of programs in their facility and we provide them with training in either the automotive body, automotive technician, automotive design - which is clay modeling and drawing - as well as welding and machining," said Paul Tregembo, program director. → Read More

Black History Month: Artist Shirley Woodson discusses Detroit's influence on her work

"Shirley Woodson: Shield of the Nile Reflection” is on display at the Detroit Institute of Arts through June. → Read More

Travel expert advises to plan your 2022 trips early with demand on the rise

"Overall the travel industry is very optimistic for people to be planning for spring break and summer plans - and even beyond," she said. “This is a year you are really going to have to look at booking early. There is a lot of demand for cruises to lodging, and luxury hotels.” → Read More

Chris Webber announces $50M cannabis facility in southwest Detroit

Webber's facility will have a comprehensive training program and operations to provide jobs and opportunities for under-represented members of the community. → Read More

Mount Clemens firefighter donates 'pandemic hair' to Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids

Maggie's Wigs 4 Kids was started by Maggie Varney in 2003 based in St. Clair Shores. It's mission is to provide wigs and support to kids ranging in age from 3 years old to 18 who experience hair loss. → Read More

Tiger legend Kirk Gibson's encouraging message to anyone: You have a choice

Kirk Gibson talks about his outlook on life as he fights Parkinson's while helping and supporting others. → Read More

M1 Concourse hosting Woodward Dream Show to complement the Dream Cruise in August

The concourse is a 1.5-mile track amid 87 acres featuring private garages with collectible cars. The cost is $100 a day or $275 for all three days. → Read More

Opportunity farm gives former prison inmates second chance in Washtenaw County

"One of the things I have been thinking about a lot in talking with one of my thought partners is what does kindness and dignity mean,' he said. "Even though it doesn't solve all of the world's problems, it goes a long way." → Read More

Metro Detroit man uses magic while also being mental health advocate

Aside from dazzling crowds with his awe-inspiring magic, Grupido has also used his magic to be an advocate for mental health. Dealing with his own depression, he uses his platform to talk to school-age kids about similar struggles they might be dealing with. → Read More

Walk among life-size dinosaurs at Canterbury Village's Dino Stroll

Walk through a prehistoric world at Canterbury Village's Dino Stroll. → Read More

Michigan comedian Mike Bonner returns to Detroit stage one year after last show

Almost a year ago, Mike Bonner was performing in front of 4,000 people at the Detroit Opera House. The next day, he was one of the first hospitalized with COVID-19. But he's back in Detroit for the first time since. → Read More

97.1 The Ticket renames studios after late host Jamie Samuelsen

"I am pleased to say that now on, this show and every show in this place will broadcast from The Jamie Samuelsen Studios," said host Mike Stone. → Read More

Detroit job program offers young people hands-on experience

Grow Detroit's Young Talent is back for its 6th year, providing youth ages 14-24 with summer employment. → Read More

Ermanni: If you've wanted to quit smoking, now is the time

Quitting smoking isn't easy but now Michigan is offering some free help for people who are ready to get serious about it. → Read More

Take a ride in a self-driving car at Cobo Center this weekend

Ever wondered what it would be like to ride in a self-driving car? → Read More

"Doom of the Dinosaurs" exhibit opens at Cranbrook Institute of Science

A new exhibit “Doom of the Dinosaurs” opened at Cranbrook Institute of Science this week. → Read More