Metro Detroit: Newsmakers July 13, 2010

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Steve Wilson, the mountainous, hard-charging former investigative reporter for Detroit's Channel 7 (WXYZ) released by the station in an apparent cost cutting move last March, had planned to launch his own nonprofit independent investigative unit called The Michigan News Center July 1. However, a bigger story delayed the grand opening - breaking news regarding life and death. His own. Wilson, possibly still best known for his dogged pursuit of ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, suffered a massive heart attack the day his Michigan News Center was slated to begin operation. Alone in his condominium when chest pains struck, he drove himself to Henry Ford Hospital. "I've had a couple of other 'heart issues' through the years," Wilson says, "but this one turned out to be 'the Big One, Elizabeth.'" He says the attack completely collapsed the main aortic valve at the front of his heart... Ace Reporter Steve Wilson is Lucky to be Alive (Tue, 7/13)

 

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