Sentencing For DPS Director Who Schemed To Reap $1.3M For Tutoring Never ProvidedCarolyn Starkey Darden told a judge she had served hundreds of students, but she also admitted to submitting "false and exaggerated" billings over seven years.
House Candidate Loses Appeal Over 2012 Forged SignaturesIt's a blow for Brandon Hall, who now is running in the Republican primary for a House seat in the Grand Haven area.
Michigan Governor Signs Budget With $165M More For FlintExpenditures on the lead-tainted water crisis will total at least $240 million.
Michigan Attorney General Wants $3.4 Million More For Flint Probe"This is not an investigation that can be done on the cheap."
Snyder Signs 'Unprecedented' $16.1 Billion Education BudgetThe budget includes a "huge" $1 billion-plus allocation for the school employee retirement system.
City Of Flint Looks To Fill 7,000 Vacant Commercial Building Amid Recovery EffortEmpty properties are found across the city, including former retail, office and industrial buildings.
Kwame Kilpatrick's Appeal Request To U.S. Supreme Court Denied A major legal defeat for the former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
Michigan State Rep. Plawecki Dies At Age 54First-term state Rep. Julie Plawecki of Dearborn Heights has died. She was 54.
Groups Want Gov. Snyder To Veto Money For Private SchoolsPublic school groups say the funding is unconstitutional.
New Michigan Laws Authorize Roadside Saliva Drug Tests On Pilot BasisNew laws will let law enforcement officers in five Michigan counties administer a saliva test to drivers suspected of being under the influence of drugs.
Michigan To Get Amber Alert-like System For Active Shootings, ThreatsLegislation signed Gov. Snyder was spurred by the random fatal shootings of six people in the Kalamazoo area
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: Michigan Chronicle’s 'Pancakes and Politics' Forum: Millenials Sound Off On Detroit, Its Challenges, Its FutureAs the 11th season of the Michigan Chronicle’s lauded “Pancakes and Politics” speaker series wound down June 16, it was fitting that five young leaders took to the stage to talk about Detroit and its future.