The judge’s attorney, Brian Einhorn, says the judge went on leave earlier this year because of a physical problem and remains off the bench.
Did religion play a role in the disappearance of a Lansing man who was last seen nearly a month ago?
It is still legal in Michigan to discriminate against people who are even perceived to be gay and even be fired, denied housing and turned away from a restaurant or hotel.
It might be summertime, but the search is already on for the state of Michigan’s Christmas tree.
The Michigan History Foundation has been awarded $1 million to help gather personal stories about race in Michigan and examine related issues through museum exhibits, programs and educational materials.
The report found that infants in 15 Michigan’s cities were more than twice as likely to be born to women without a high school diploma or GED.
The deal calls for issuing a request for proposals from for-profit business collaborations between Michigan and Israeli companies.
State Democratic Representative Sarah Roberts of St. Clair Shores co-sponsored a bill that would overturn the law.
Eric Calley of Lansing has post-traumatic stress disorder and lost his service dog Liberty to cancer in January.
The Lansing Board of Water and Light “fell short” in its duties to customers following a December ice storm, state utility regulators said in a review that also makes 30 recommendations to improve service.