Michigan House OKs Measure Allowing Wolf Hunting A panel will now decide whether to allow continued wolf hunts, instead of leaving the matter up to the voters. Poll: Gubernatorial Race Flips With Democrat Schauer Taking Slight Lead In a race that looks to be a close one down the stretch, a new EPIC/MRA poll shows Democratic contender Mark Schauer now leading governor Rick Snyder in the race for Michigan's top job.
Michigan House May Vote On Allowing Wolf Hunts Group Calls On Detroit To Permanently Extend Moratorium On Water Shutoffs Energy Company To Stop Shelby Township Oil Drilling Chanting ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!’ Detroit Pastors Demand Justice For Michael Brown Court-Ordered Oversight Of Detroit Police Ends Michigan Republicans Pick Lt. Gov. Calley Over Tea Party Challenger Top Snyder Aide Pays $16,700 In Back Taxes, Interest Gov. Snyder Wants FEMA To Conduct Flood Damage Assessment
Detroit Jazz Festival Soothes The Downtown Airwaves On Labor Day Weekend More than 100 performances will take place over the course of the entire holiday weekend on four different stages from Hart Plaza to Campus Martius. Man Killed By Falling Pallet Of Ceramic Tiles At Home Improvement Store The man was shopping with his wife at the Menard's in Chesterfield Township around 10:30 a.m. on Saturday morning when the pallet fell about 15 feet from an upper shelf.
Michigan State Fair Returns To Novi With New Flexible Pricing Options Police Look For Man Who Held Up ‘Check ‘N Go’ On Detroit’s West Side Chance Of Storms Continues Into Second Half Of Labor Day Weekend Man, 36, Dies After ATV Crashes Into Ravine Witnesses Testify In Fatal Dog Attack Case Police Search For Suspect Who Allegedly Robbed Bank In Royal Oak Worried About Back-To-School Germs? Pediatrician Says Parents Should Worry About Car Safety More Michigan Task Force Begins Oil Pipeline Review