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A parent's nightmare: siblings found dead from heroin overdose

A parent's nightmare: siblings found dead from heroin overdose
fox2detroit.com — A couple in Warren is devastated after their two grown children suffer a fatal overdose - the same day. The heroin epidemic is becoming a deadly trend in metro Detroit and these parents have a warning for families. The parents did everything they could to help their kids break their addiction but ended up losing both.

Women: Walmart security accused them of fake receipt, held them against their will

Women: Walmart security accused them of fake receipt, held them against their will
fox2detroit.com — Two women say they were held against their will at a Livonia Walmart store. Employees accused them of shoplifting even though they had proof, they did not. They had a receipt - but apparently that wasn't good enough. The women say they were detained and harassed for hours.

Woman says Hazel Park cop spied on her nursing with baby nest cam

Woman says Hazel Park cop spied on her nursing with baby nest cam
fox2detroit.com — A woman accuses a Hazel Park police officer of a gross violation of privacy. She says the officer used a baby monitoring device to spy on some of her most intimate moments. As a dispatcher for the Warren Police Department, this woman said it was very difficult to make these accusations against a fellow member of law enforcement - but she felt she had no choice.

Drunk driver leaves father, son with brain injuries; family turns to public for help

Drunk driver leaves father, son with brain injuries; family turns to public for help
fox2detroit.com — A drunk driver left a father and son battling severe brain injuries. Their long road to recovery is putting the family business they built in Wayne, at risk. Both are unable to work and unable to care for themselves. It has been a tough year for the VerHines family, who is now turning to the community for help.

Detroit resident says street taken over by vandals, dealers

Detroit resident says street taken over by vandals, dealers
fox2detroit.com — Detroit's police chief spoke out Monday after a recent string of violence and unveiled a new plan to fight crime. One homeowner says he can start on her street where she routinely witnesses people breaking the law and says police are doing nothing to stop them.

Westland officer buys struggling dad new car seat after traffic stop

Westland officer buys struggling dad new car seat after traffic stop
fox2detroit.com — When Lavante Dell saw the police lights he feared he was going to get a costly ticket for his tinted windows. But this traffic stop turned out to be so much more. "My heart dropped in my stomach, I thought I was going to get hammered with tickets, more stress, more bills," he said.

Three people to be charged criminally in Flint water crisis

Three people to be charged criminally in Flint water crisis
fox2detroit.com — Criminal charges are expected to be announced Wednesday in the Flint water crisis. The damage has been done and now it appears some people responsible will be held accountable. CLICK HERE to watch Taryn Asher's report Gov.

Sex assault survivor's panty drive collects underwear for rape victims

Sex assault survivor's panty drive collects underwear for rape victims
fox2detroit.com — The victim of a brutal crime is working to provide comfort for other women coping with the same ordeal. She's collecting clothing for women who are raped. "We were all out, talking, and somebody put something in my drink," said Tiffany Piggee Taylor. "I was followed home and assaulted."

Roseville man catches five foul balls at Tigers game

Roseville man catches five foul balls at Tigers game
fox2detroit.com — Chances of catching a foul ball at Comerica park are like hitting the lottery, but a Tigers fan from Roseville has done it five times and then some. "I don't think there are any chances, it was just luck, it just happened," said Bill Dugan.

Holocaust survivor chosen to sing national anthem at Tigers game

Holocaust survivor chosen to sing national anthem at Tigers game
fox2detroit.com — An 89 year-old Southfield woman has a wish to sing the national anthem at Comerica Park and after what she's been through, singing in front of thousands of people doesn't scare her. That's because Hermina Hirsch is a holocaust survivor. She always dreamed of singing the national anthem at a Detroit Tigers game.
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May 04, 2016

RT @langeamyFOX2: Citizens of #Flint need access to clean, safe, affordable water,only 33 pipes replaced so far says @karenaboutflint httpspic.twitter.com/ZZigS5eRB0//t.co/ZZigS5eRB0

May 03, 2016

A parent's nightmare: siblings found dead from heroin overdose fb.me/MrDvOcsI

May 03, 2016

It's one of the saddest stories I've had to tell. A Warren couple lost their remaining two children to a Heroin... fb.me/2GpkDmOAD

May 03, 2016

RT @JasonCarrFox2: CNN: Half of teens think they are addicted to their smart phones. This generation is going to be sorr-- hang on, someone's texting me...


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