Making ends meet in tough economic times was among the many topics discussed at the 2010 Michigan Money Summit on Saturday.
Actor John Stamos can’t make it to federal court in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula next week, but he still wants to heard.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has given a $1.3 million grant to Genesee County Parks & Recreation Commission to keep its struggling park system up and running.
A Warren woman is facing criminal charges after she told her 12-year-old son he had terminal leukemia, shaved his head and eyebrows, and held a church fundraiser that pulled in more than $8,000 from sympathizers.
A plan aimed at spurring more state government workers to retire stalled Wednesday in the Michigan House, an obstacle to finishing the next budget before a new fiscal year begins Oct. 1.
A woman identified as the cousin of ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick has missed a deadline in a lawsuit accusing her of taking money from a charitable fund.
Americans’ long journey to regain the wealth they lost in the recession is stalled.
They say money can’t buy happiness. They’re wrong. At least up to a point.
Stocks are fluctuating after two reports pointed to a weaker economy. The Conference Board’s consumer confidence index fell to 50.4 in July. Economists had forecast it to drop to 51.
Ann Arbor businessman Rick Snyder has continued giving millions to his campaign for Michigan governor, contributing the largest share of the $7.3 million he reported raising as of July 18.