Emails A Window Into State's Crisis-Management Efforts As Flint Water Crisis UnfoldedHere's a glimpse into the inboxes of Snyder's administration.
Governor's Emails Show Debate Over Blame For Flint WaterHe called the release of the messages — which are exempt from Michigan's public-records law — "unprecedented" but necessary so people "know the truth."
Lawsuit: Emails Show Detroit EM Recruited Before Financial Emergency DeclaredOne of the emails specifically states its being sent from a private account "to stay below the radar for a few weeks on Detroit planning."
Lawyer Seeks $735,000 In Fees In Slain Stripper CaseA Bloomfield Township attorney is billing the city of Detroit for work he did on behalf of the family of a murdered exotic dancer.
Judge To Rule On Evidence In Tamara Greene CaseWenesday could mark a pivotal moment in a family's years-long struggle trying to find out who killed exotic dancer Tamara Greene.
Magistrate: Detroit Destroyed Potential Email EvidenceThe City of Detroit destroyed potential email evidence that was ordered preserved in a lawsuit filed by the family of an exotic dancer whose killing is unsolved, a federal magistrate said.
Hackers May Have Compromised Many Big CompaniesTarget and Marriott have joined the list of companies that includes Best Buy, Citigroup, TiVo and many others, that say their customers files may have been stolen by hackers who got into the data bank of an online marketer.
Ex-Police Chief Testifies In Greene CaseDetroit's former police chief says she never intentionally purged e-mail related to the investigation of a slain stripper.
Attorney For Family Of Tamara Greene Speaks Out Yatooma says it makes no sense that Kilpatrick's e-mails dating only back to 2006 would be available in the case, when, he says, the former mayor had the computer dating back to the time that the alleged crime took place.
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