One of the longest-serving federal judges, U.S. District Judge John Feikens, died Sunday at age 93.
A Midland County judge who told a lawyer, “screw you,” still is allowed to handle a criminal case involving the attorney’s client.
A Roseville woman will spend a year in jail for scamming thousands of dollars from donors by drugging her 12-year-old son to make him appear to have cancer
A federal judge is meeting with a number of county and city leaders connected to the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.
Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday named Appeals Court Judge Brian Zahra to the Michigan Supreme Court, maintaining the high court’s one-vote Republican advantage.
A business called the Dog Pound is suing Monroe after a plan to sell hot dogs from a cart was rejected.
A Dearborn Heights teen will spend a year in the Wayne County jail as punishment for an accident that killed a friend.
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.
State prosecutors are planning to call one more witness at a Detroit hearing that will decide if an ex-prosecutor, an ex-judge and two others face trial on perjury-related charges.
A judge in Mount Clemens has sentenced a father to a year in jail and parenting classes after he used his 2-year-old daughter as a shield during a confrontation with a Taser-wielding police officer.