Stephen Frye, Daily Tribune

Stephen Frye

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Rochester Hills, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • Daily Tribune
  • The Oakland Press
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • The Macomb Daily
  • The Morning Sun
  • East Bay Times

Recent articles by Stephen:

Thousands without power after DTE Energy substation fire

DTE Energy is working to restore electricity to a large area in southeastern Oakland County. → Read More

Andy Levin among congressional members arrested at Supreme Court protest

More than a dozen members of Congress were arrested outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, protesting the loss of reproductive rights of women following the overturning of Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Michigan police arrest Lyft driver for driving while impaired, finish ride share

An early morning traffic stop lead to the arrest of a Lyft driver, though the customer was able to get home. → Read More

Troy police arrest Lyft driver, finish ride share

An early morning traffic stop lead to the arrest of a Lyft driver, though the customer was able to get home. → Read More

Tornado confirmed in Monday night’s storms in Genesee and Oakland counties

Weather officials confirmed Tuesday afternoon that a weak tornado formed and moved across an area near Lake Fenton late Monday. → Read More

One dead in fiery morning crash in Oakland County

A 32-year-old man was found dead inside of a car that had crashed on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Tonight’s Mega Millions jackpot nears $450 million

The Tuesday night drawing of the Mega Millions lottery game could provide someone with hundreds of millions of dollars. → Read More

Gas prices in Michigan fall a little faster

The price of a gallon of gas in Michigan continued to decline, down 14 cents week over week, AAA reported on Monday. → Read More

Macomb County man wins $100K lottery prize

It was a happy day for a 78-year-old Macomb County man, who believed he had won a grand with his Powerball ticket. → Read More

Apartment fire displaces several in Auburn Hills

A Thursday afternoon blaze appeared to have gutted the top floor of an apartment building in Auburn Hills, near the campus of Oakland University. → Read More

Brace yourself as the next heat wave arrives Tuesday

Metro Detroiters were treated to a delightful weekend to end the spring season, but now we must endure another heat wave as it officially turns to summer. → Read More

Two shot in Troy apartment complex

Investigators in Troy are piecing together what led to a Thursday night shooting in the parking lot of an apartment complex. → Read More

State police stop nearly 200 during I-696 campaign

Dubbed Operation Laser Tag, troopers from the Michigan State Police targeted bad driving on I-696 in Macomb County this week. → Read More

Morning storms knock power out for thousands

The storm system that crossed from Livingston into Oakland County this morning has brought a handful of large power outages. → Read More

Man suspected in Pontiac slaying in police custody

A 22-year-old man sought in last week’s fatal shooting is now in the Oakland County Jail. → Read More

First, severe storms possible, then severe heat with temperatures expected near 100 degrees

This week is proving interesting for meteorologists with a mix of fabulous sunshine, some stormy weather, and a blast of oppressive heat. → Read More

Teenager missing from Southfield

Police in Southfield are looking for a missing teenager, asking for help in finding her. → Read More

One on run, one apprehended after police pursuit into Royal Oak

A police chase involving a stolen car ended in a crash in Royal Oak on Friday. → Read More

Four found shot to death in Big Rapids

A woman and three young children were found shot to death in a home in central Michigan, police said. → Read More

Southfield police seeking missing person

Police in Southfield have asked for the public to help locate a man missing since May 9. → Read More