'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: DPS Crisis In The Spotlight -- A Michigan Chronicle 'Pancakes and Politics' ForumAs the crisis in Detroit Public Schools continues to play out, the conversation about what happens next took center stage at the Michigan Chronicle's first "Pancakes and Politics" forum of the 2016 season.
Michigan Senators Spar Over Juneteenth Slavery ResolutionDemocratic Sen. Bert Johnson said attempting to change the wording is a form of "white privilege."
Legal Dispute Leads To Bench Warrant For Michigan Lawmaker"We had no idea that these proceedings were going on," said a lawyer for Sen. Bert Johnson.
Eliminating Tax Credits For Low-Income Families Part Of New Republican Plan To Fix Roads"We can do it - if we have the will to prioritize," said House Speak Kevin Cotter.
Conyers States He'll Appeal Ruling Keeping Him Off August BallotElection officials discovered that two campaign workers were not registered voters when they circulated petitions for the congressman.
Mich. Senator Wants Random Drug Tests For Elected Officials A local state senator says if Michigan wants to test welfare recipients for drug and alcohol abuse, it should do the same for elected officials.
Peters Wins 14th District Congressional RaceGary Peters pulled off a win over Hansen Clarke Tuesday night in the Democratic Primary for the newly redrawn 14th Congressional District.
Tim Kiska: Conyers Getting Some HelpCongressman John Conyers has received an endorsement from President Barack Obama.
New Commission To Address Highland Park Schools' StruggleThe formation of the committee was made in response to Governor Snyder's decision to appoint an emergency manager for Highland Park Public Schools.
Tim Kiska: We’ve Got A RaceCongressman John Conyers has been as close to invincible as a politician could be since his first election in 1964. But that invincibility could be tested in the coming year.
Senate Passes Legislation To Deter Animal Cruelty, Dog FightingThe Senate unanimously passed bipartisan legislation designed to curb dog fighting by increasing criminal penalties.
Injured State Senator Returns To WorkState Senator Bert Johnson is returning to work Tuesday after injuring his hand in a snow blower, pit bull accident.