Michigan Governor Candidate Asks For Ruling On EligibilityDemocrat hopeful Abdul El-Sayed is asking a judge to declare that he is eligible to run for Michigan governor.
Michigan’s Largest Labor Union Backs WhitmerThe UAW announced they would endorse Gretchen Whitmer for Governor in the Primary Governors race in August.
Michigan Matters: Transit Talk Splits Big FourCarol Cain talks with women who are making an impact on the region and the march on Washington about gun violence. Her guests include Jennifer Kluge, Mary Pat Rosen, L. Brooks Patterson, Denise Ilitch, and Robert Ficano.
MSU President: Nassar Legislation Interferes With Settlement, May Increase TuitionOne senator called Engler's comments "insulting."
Proposed Regional Transit Plan Would Raise Taxes On Metro Detroit Residents"It brings value to all four counties and is flexible enough to grow with mobility technology so we can adapt it moving forward.”
Lawsuit Tests 1970 Ban On Public Aid For Private SchoolsThe ban has been in place since voters added it to the state Constitution in 1970.
EMU Prof On White House Firings: 'It's Chaos And It's Worrisome'The revolving door continues to turn at the White House.
Outdoors Stores Quietly Continue To Sell Assault WeaponsSome big retailers have curbed sales of assault weapons after last month's school shooting in Florida. But others are sticking to their guns.
Council Votes To Fire Troy City Manager Amid Allegations Of Domestic AssaultCity Manager Brian Kischnick voted out of office Sunday during a special meeting held by Troy City Council.
Michigan Matters Political Confab: Santorum, O’Malley on Trump, Road to 2020Debbie Dingell, Rick Santorum, Carol Cain, Ron Weiser, Martin O'Malley appeared on "Michigan Matters" to talk about Donald Trump, changing gun laws and elections in Michigan including governor, U.S. Senate and much more.
Michigan House: Defendants Must Listen To Victim StatementsMichigan law currently does not require the defendant to be physically present during victim impact statements.
Dwyane Wade, Education Secretary DeVos Visit School Where 17 ShotDeVos told reporters that arming some teachers should be considered an option but not a requirement.