Tax Bump For Road Repairs: Prop 1 Ballot Language Approved Voters will decide whether they want to increase the state sales tax and raise $1.3 billion a year more for transportation infrastructure. Former US Rep Kerry Bentivolio Files For Bankruptcy The filing came after the ex-representative failed to reach a settlement in a lawsuit by the manager of his 2012 campaign.
Detroit-Born Ben Carson Tells CPAC Audience His Plan To Rid ISIS: Destroy Them First Michigan Senate Approves Another Round Of Budget Cuts Michigan House Votes To Carve Air Guns Out Of Firearms Laws Michigan House Delays Vote On Police Cell Phone Location Data Residents Express Concern, Need For Affordable Water Rates During Public Meeting Black History: Longstanding Leader In Business, Government Service Every Kid Matters: The Case for Early Childhood Investment Legislation Would Remove Statute Of Limitations On Sex Crimes In Michigan
Application Period Begins For 21 Detroit Public Schools Parents and guardians can begin applying to have their children attend designated Detroit Public Schools application schools during the 2015-16 academic year. Mother Of Baby Found Dead At Recycling Center Due In Court A judge last month said 24-year-old Angela Alexie created a high probability of death after giving birth in an Eastpointe garage and leaving the boy there in December.
Detroit Institute Of Arts Prepares For Rivera-Kahlo Exhibit (Video) Authorities: 7-Month-Old Pontiac Boy Dies; Abuse Suspected Batter Up! Tigers Set To Play First Exhibition Game Monday Caught On Video: Skydiver Suffers Seizure During Jump Before Instructor Pulls Ripcord, Saving Him DTE Works To Restore Power To Almost 30K In Redford Township 1 Dead, 5 Injured After Confrontation At Party Turns Deadly Investigation Under Way After Teen Driver Killed By Sheriff During Traffic Stop Walk Event To Educate Homeowners On Foreclosure Prevention