Some Advocates Leery Of Michigan’s Domestic Abuse Gun Laws Victims' rights advocates say Michigan lags behind some other states when it comes to laws meant to keep guns from domestic abusers. Federal Judge Issues Temporary Freeze On New Election Law The law stops local officials from distributing information about local ballot proposals 60 days before an election.
Snyder Fires Former Head Of DEQ Drinking Water Unit Snyder Defends Office’s Handling Of Legionnaires’ In Flint U.S. Senate Dems Block Energy Bill In Impasse Over Flint Michigan Senate OKs $30 Million To Partially Cover Flint Water Bills Michigan Committee To Begin Reviewing Detroit Schools Plan Clinton, Sanders Add Flint As Host City For Democratic Debate House Committee OKs Bill Clarifying Ballot Proposal Law Snyder OKs Bills To Link Emergency Contact Info With IDs
Hillary Clinton Meeting With Flint Mayor, Residents On Sunday Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be in Flint Sunday to meet with residents who are dealing with the city's drinking water crisis firsthand. Boyfriend Gets 25-40 Years In Toddler’s Abuse Death; Child’s Mom To Face Trial Next Month A 31-year-old man charged with killing his girlfriend's 2-year-old son will spend the next 25 to 40 years behind bars.
Man Accused Of Killing Baby’s Mother To Undergo Independent Exam Some Advocates Leery Of Michigan’s Domestic Abuse Gun Laws Michigan Woman Arrested With Gun Outside White House Gets Time Served Pedestrian Walking Along I-375 In Detroit Struck, Killed By Vehicle Driver Gets Trapped Under Semi After Stopping On I-96; Police Say Alcohol, Narcotics Likely Factors Federal Judge Issues Temporary Freeze On New Election Law Ex-Prison Worker Gets 2-5 Years Behind Bars For Trying To Arrange Inmate Assault Boyfriend Charged With Open Murder In Death Of Kajavia Globe