The KTXH annual EEO Public File Report for April 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019 can be found as a link below. (Please note the file is in Adobe PDF format.)
Father of girl mauled to death by dogs: I'm going to miss hearing her say I love you daddy
Armando Hernandez is still coming to terms with his daughter Emma's death.
"I'm going to miss hearing her say 'I love you Daddy' in the morning every day," he said.
Three pit bulls mauled his 9-year-old as she rode her bike in the alley behind their home in southwest Detroit. Armando saw the aftermath and cannot unsee it.Read the full article
Act of kindness: Purse stolen in 1957 found, returned to owner
In 1957 Dwight Eisenhower was president, gas was .31 cents a gallon and a woman named Margaret had her purse stolen in the Book Tower building in Detroit.
Sixty-two years later, only one of those three things still exists and FOX 2 was there to watch as it returned home.
"Never, no I never thought anything would be recovered," said Margaret.Read the full article
Family told Chinese scholar's body may be in Illinois landfill
The family of a visiting Chinese scholar whose body was never recovered after a former University of Illinois doctoral student kidnapped and killed her has been told the woman's remains may be in a landfill in eastern Illinois, an attorney for the slain scholar's family said Friday.
In a statement, attorney Steve Beckett said the family of Yingying Zhang was notified by prosecutors that Brendt Christensen's attorneys provided information that led investigators to think the "potential site" of the remains is the landfill in Vermilion County along the Illinois-Indiana border. A spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's office, Sharon Paul, declined to comment on Beckett's statement.
Christensen was convicted in federal court last month and sentenced to life in prison. Prosecutors had sought the death penalty.Read the full article
‘It was a touching sight': Restaurant server uses lunch break to sit and talk with WWII veteran
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