There is nothing illegal about a tow ball blocking a clear view of a license plate, the Michigan appeals court ruled, breaking new legal ground in a state where thousands of motorists use hitches to haul boats and trailers.
The complaints say Menards was grossly negligent and breached its duties in more than 20 ways, including their failure to train, negligent hiring and the failure to supervise their employees.
Matthew Krause was armed inside his home and had refused to surrender when officers tried to arrest him in 2008.
Whitt denied being a grumpy librarian and blamed the complaints on kids who were denied access to computers.
Dozens of male guards say they’ve been denied overtime and job assignments at the state’s only prison for women solely because they’re men.
The family of a Detroit woman shot and killed by a Dearborn Heights homeowner— has filed a civil lawsuit seeking damages in her death.
A Texas lawyer has filed a lawsuit against General Motors on behalf of 658 people who were injured or killed in crashes allegedly caused by faulty ignition switches.
The state Corrections Department has agreed to settle a lawsuit by an inmate who said his health was harmed by exposure to mold and bleach.
Did police intentionally ignore a witness who might have been one of the last people to see JoAnn Matouk-Romain alive?
David Kwiatkowski, a cardiac technician was accused of infecting patients with hepatitis C, had worked as a traveling cardiac technologist in seven states — including Michigan.