Bryce Huffman

Bryce Huffman, a reporter and producer for BridgeDetroit, started his professional journalism career at Michigan Radio. He's won Associated Press Awards and Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards for covering a variety of Michigan stories, including immigrants facing deportation, residents dealing with ongoing groundwater contamination, and tension between the black community and Grand Rapids police. He's a graduate of Central Michigan University. You can reach him at bhuffman@bridgedetroit.com.

Articles

Post-election, Detroit braces for legal challenges to its results

Post-election, Detroit braces for legal challenges to its results

November 4, 2020 | Louis Aguilar, Olivia Lewis, Bryce Huffman, Bisma Parvez

As President Donald Trump questions the integrity of Michigan’s elections, the focus of the race swings to Detroit, which has had its share of vote challenges. Controversies already are arising with the city’s count.

Detroit’s younger, older activists divided on current protest movement

Detroit’s younger, older activists divided on current protest movement

October 24, 2020 | Bryce Huffman

Three Detroiters who marched and protested in the 1960s and '70s give their thoughts on Detroit Will Breathe and the Black Lives Matter activists fighting for social change.

TCF announces $1 billion investment in loans for minority-owned businesses

TCF announces $1 billion investment in loans for minority-owned businesses

July 24, 2020 | Bryce Huffman

TCF bank expands lending and housing opportunities for low-income people and groups impacted by discrimination in Detroit and other midwestern cities.

Detroit’s Cass Tech was named for a slave owner. Should this name change too?

Detroit’s Cass Tech was named for a slave owner. Should this name change too?

June 24, 2020 | Bryce Huffman

There is a national movement underway to change the names of and topple markers and statues with a slave-holding past. A Michigan county, village and a beloved Detroit institution bear the name of Lewis Cass, bringing the issue to the forefront here.