Judge To Interview Experts In Detroit Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes wants a set of fresh, experienced eyes to offer opinions as Detroit tries to emerge from bankruptcy this year. It’s Official: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Is Running For A 2nd Term Snyder made it official, filing for reelection Thursday in Lansing.
Detroit Pension Fund Supports 4.5 Percent Cut For Non-Uniformed Retirees Detroit Still Needs $350M From State Lawmakers No Pension Cuts For Retired Detroit Police, Firefighters In Bankruptcy Agreement Elections Commission Rejects Petition To Recall Warren Mayor Fouts Mayor’s Budget Address To Council Delayed, Expected To Mirror EM’s Plan Of Adjustment Talks To Create Detroit Regional Water Authority Stalled Indefinitely ACLU Sues Michigan, Wants 300 Gay Marriages Recognized Gov. Snyder Offers Plan To Boost Solid Waste Recycling
Michaels Craft Store Latest To Be Hit With Massive Data Breach Officials at Michaels, an arts and crafts store say some 2.6 million credit and debit cards used at its stores may have been affected. Everest Climber Knew Many Of The Sherpa Guides Killed In Avalanche The world's highest mountain has seen its deadliest-ever disaster Friday.
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