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Misdemeanor criminal charges have been dropped against the Royal Oak man accused of injuring Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and his driver in a car crash last year.
The biggest applause of the night for Patterson as he stood before a crowd for the first time since the August car accident that left him hospitalized three months ago.
Oakland County Executive L.Brooks Patterson wants you to know that rumors of his demise have been greatly exaggerated and he’ll be returning to office as soon as possible.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson has had a second surgery following a bone-breaking car accident last weekend.
New information is being released regarding the car crash that injured four people including Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson on Friday in Auburn Hills.
The L. Brooks Patterson family has been overwhelmed by the concern and calls and flowers sent in his behalf, regarding the serious car accident he was in Friday afternoon.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson and a retired Michigan State Police Officer remain hospitalized Saturday morning following a bone-breaking accident Friday in Auburn Hills.
What’s ahead in the battle over the state’s lucrative movie incentives as Gov. Rick Snyder continues his push to put a lid on them to confront Michigan’s fiscal woes?
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson is asking for an investigation into fake tea party filings for elected office.
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