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.
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Cops: Mom Realizes Toddler Is Shot An Hour After Robbery Attempt A 19-month-old girl has been upgraded to serious condition after being shot during what her mother says was a robbery attempt. 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.
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