David Devarti of Ann Arbor says he paid for the plate, only to get a letter in the mail from the Secretary of State saying that he couldn’t use it.
The case centers around a University of Michigan professor who mistakenly gave his son alcohol at a Detroit Tigers game.
Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird … it’s a plane … no, it’s a drone! Because of drones, are we losing our privacy? Should Michigan become a no-drone zone?
A lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Detroit by the ACLU on behalf of a formerly pregnant Muskegon woman
The child was temporarily removed from his parents after mistakenly drinking alcohol at a Detroit Tigers game.
Michigan had provided Kosher meals to the state’s Jewish inmates but had not made similar accommodations Muslim convicts.
Two men who successfully fought the state’s panhandling law after being arrested in Grand Rapids in 2011 will each get $6,500 as part of a $48,000 settlement with the city.
An Iraq War veteran is taking the state to court for the right to display a personalized license plate.
Is it racial profiling — or just good police work?
A federal appeals court says the FBI acted properly in refusing to release records that could reveal the use of race and ethnicity in investigations.