$300K Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Excessive Force In Michigan JailInvestigators say a deputy used a restraint that wasn't taught by the sheriff's department.
New Lawsuit Seeks Prompt Replacement Of Flint's Lead Pipes: 'We Can't Live Off Bottled Water'A lawsuit filed Wednesday morning seeks an order forcing city and state officials to remedy alleged violations of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
Pregnant Shoplifting Suspect Loses Lawsuit Against PoliceA pregnant shoplifting suspect who blamed Detroit-area police for a stillborn birth has failed to persuade an appeals court to restore her lawsuit.
Minister Sues MAC Cosmetics, Says Makeup Requirement Violates ReligionBarry Jones says he refused to try blush, eye shadow, lipstick and fake eyelashes during training because it would violate his religion by causing him "to look like a woman."
Royal Oak High School Student Files Lawsuit Over Sign Language In WrestlingLawyers for the deaf student say the rules aren't fair, since he must look to the interpreter while his opponent can hear a coach shouting guidance.
Charles Pugh Doesn't Want To Pay Up In Harassment CaseIn court documents, Pugh says he doesn't have to pay because the young man already is getting $350,000 from the Detroit Public Schools.
Michigan, Hewlett-Packard Reach Deal To Continue Updating SOS ComputersThe state of Michigan and Hewlett-Packard have reached a deal that returns HP employees to a major computer project affecting services offered by the Secretary of State.
Judge To Consider Lawsuit Over Macomb County Inmate's DeathA federal judge could soon decide whether a lawsuit can continue against Macomb County jail officials over the death of an inmate.
Jury Awards $16 Million To Driver In Goodyear Tire TrialA Michigan jury has returned a $16 million verdict in favor of an Ohio man who blamed a tire for a crash that left him paralyzed.
Ex-Lawmakers Courser, Gamrat Sued By Former Aides Alleging RetaliationTwo conservative ex-lawmakers who had an extramarital affair and attempted to conceal it have been sued by former aides.
Lawsuit Seeks $5M For Medical Marijuana Users Allegedly Harassed By PoliceA lawsuit against the city of Warren seeks up to $5 million in damages on behalf of 23 state-approved medical-marijuana users.
Macomb County Seeks To Dismiss Lawsuit Over Inmate's DeathThe lawsuit accuses Macomb County officials and jail employees of failing to respond to David Stojcevski's "excruciating pain and misery" linked to drug withdrawal.