Counsel Says Manslaughter Charge Possible In Flint Water CrisisA special counsel appointed to investigate the lead contamination of Flint's water says the harshest criminal charge could include involuntary manslaughter.
Michigan Warns Gas Stations Against Gouging, Price-Fixing At The PumpAs Michigan drivers deal with a spike in gas prices, the state is warning gas stations against any attempt to take advantage of consumers by price gouging or price fixing.
2 U.S. Border Agents Charged With Felony Theft In MichiganMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said that his Public Integrity Unit has charged the two agents with felony theft and misconduct for removing an item from a residence for personal use.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette Recovering From Hip SurgeryThe 61-year-old Republican is expected to spend Monday night in the hospital and return home on Tuesday.
Schuette Apologizes For Subpoenas Issued To ReportersThe suit accuses prison officials of failing to prevent the sexual assault of male teen inmates.
Coalition To Pursue Funding For Detroit Rape Kit Testing"This is about all violent crime in southeastern Michigan," says Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy.
Savings Eyed In Changes In Criminal JusticeFew people would oppose putting more money into roads and schools. But even a perception that officials are being soft on criminals in exchange can be a spoiler
Schuette Urges Supreme Court To Take Gay Marriage CaseAttorney General Bill Schuette and supporters of gay marriage have at least one thing in common.
Nearly $750K In Restitution Coming For Mortgage Fraud Victims In MichiganThe Michigan attorney general's office says nearly $750,000 is being distributed to 36 southeastern Michigan victims of mortgage modification fraud.
Incumbent Bill Schuette Wins Re-Election As Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette was re-elected as Michigan attorney general after victory over challenger Mark Totten Tuesday.
GOP, In Final Push, Says Michigan Growing AgainA crowd of activists joined U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land, Attorney General Bill Schuette and other Republicans at their launch of a "Comeback State" trip Saturday in Lansing.
Attorney General Bill Schuette Unveils New School Safety HotlineThe website is at www.michigan.gov/OK2say; you can call 8-555-OK2SAY (8-555-652-729); text 652729 (OK2SAY), email OK2SAY@mi.gov or go to the Apple of Android store to download the free app to your phone or tablet.