Most homeowners associations come with a lot of rules. But they also come with plenty of benefits.
A Detroit federal judge has sentenced a Michigan drug dealer to life in prison for hiring a hit man to kill another man in Colorado to avoid paying a $400,000 cocaine debt.
OpTech, a Troy-based IT and engineering work force provider, announced Friday the company has opened a new office at the Denver Technology Center to serve clients in Colorado and the Western U.S. region.
Authorities say two Michigan prison fugitives arrested in Colorado set up a methamphetamine lab in the motel in which they were staying.
Neogen Corp. announced that it has acquired the stock of Macleod Pharmaceuticals, an animal health company headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo. The family-owned business is the original manufacturer of Uniprim, a popular antibiotic for horses.
Datalogix, the leader at connecting digital media and offline purchasing data, announced it has opened a sales and account management office in Birmingham to support its growing automotive business.
“You don’t hunt rabbits with an AK-47 and you don’t try to protect your home with it either,” said Rep. John Conyers, who is calling on President Obama and others and support the Brady Campaign Against Gun Violence.
Persons who only make our nation’s bad times worse by spewing ill-timed hate and prejudice ought to keep their microphones turned off.
Changes are in place at a chain of local movie theatres following the Colorado theatre shootings, including what you can and cannot wear.
The man responsible for the deadly massacre at a midnight showing of the movie “The Dark Knight Rises” in Colorado was dressed completely in black and told police he was the “Joker,” a villian from the Batman films.