A big casino winner who tried to avoid declaring winnings as he passed through the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel may catch a lucky break.
A federal judge has ordered a former elementary school teacher who hacked her husband to death with a hatchet in their suburban Detroit home to have a new trial or be released from prison.
The nation’s biggest flight attendant union lost its all-or-none fight to cover those workers at Delta Air Lines on Wednesday, a stunning defeat in an industry where heavy union representation is the norm.
President Barack Obama says consumers would lose if Republicans regain power in Congress and try to roll back his hard-won Wall Street overhaul.
Lawyers say they’re still trying to possibly reach a plea deal in the case of a Michigan man charged with threatening Michigan congressman Bart Stupak.
A federal audit set to be released Monday calls for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to improve nuclear power plant security against infiltration by potential terrorists.
Dearborn police have released a 300-page report about the fatal shooting of a Detroit mosque leader during an FBI raid that backs up a decision by Michigan’s attorney general not to file criminal charges.
Actor John Stamos can’t make it to federal court in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula next week, but he still wants to heard.
Federal regulators said Wednesday they have approved a plan to allow a pipeline that leaked at least 820,000 gallons of oil in southern Michigan this summer to gradually restart.
Federal Reserve policymakers are wrestling with what additional steps – if any – should be taken to strengthen the plodding economy and drive down near double-digit unemployment.