Gorcyca Refuses To Remove Herself From Contentious Child Custody Case Circuit Court Judge Lisa Gorcyca issued a written ruling denying the request from Maya Tsimhoni who claimed the judge showed a clear bias in the case. Catholic Saint Relics Display Denied At Michigan Prison The Vatican-sponsored program Pilgrimage of Mercy requested the relics of St. Maria Goretti, an 11-year-old Italian girl stabbed to death while resisting a sexual assault in 1902, be displayed at the prison.
Detroit Reaches Contract Agreement With Bus Drivers’ Union Ex-Lawmakers Courser, Gamrat Sued By Former Aides Alleging Retaliation Michigan House Approves Bill To Parole Inmates After Minimum Sentence Water Crisis In Flint Has City Officials Urging Residents Not To Drink Or Use The Water Michigan Looks To Create Tax-Free Accounts For Disabled Feds Want Tougher Rules For Oil Pipelines Citing Michigan’s Eco-Disaster Bill Would Require Michigan Inmates Be Paroled After Minimum Sentence Lawmakers Vote To Lift Cap On Teacher Certification Test Fee
Police: Woman Fatally Stabs Ohio Boyfriend At Michigan Motel DeWitt Township police say Jennifer Hatfield called early Saturday to report that Jerry Wright Jr. of Lima, Ohio, had been stabbed in the chest at the Green Acres Motel, near Lansing. Lawyer Says US Rep. John Conyers Doesn’t Want Divorce Arnold Reed says there's "no question" that Conyers wants to stay with Monica Conyers, a former Detroit City Council member who served a prison sentence for corruption.
Exotic Pest Reaches Michigan, Threatening Some Vegetables Court Documents: Charles Pugh Watched Porn With Teen, Made Sexual Advances Detroit Activist, Author Grace Lee Boggs Dies At Age 100 Man Hospitalized After Shooting At Dearborn Gas Station Investigation Underway After Detroit Cop Car Window Suddenly Shatters Back To The Future’s Pepsi Perfect Is Now A Reality [VIDEO] Judge Dismisses Charge In Eastpointe Student’s Pool Death Gunman Wears “Scream” Mask In Gas Station Robbery [VIDEO]