Gov. Snyder Booed By Crowd At Obama Flint EventSpeaking over waves of boos, Gov. Rick Snyder said he's sorry about Flint's contaminated water crisis.
President Obama Drinks Flint Water During Visit To Struggling CityDuring meeting, at a food bank early in the afternoon, the president spoke for about 15 minutes before taking a drink from a glass.
Gov. Rick Snyder Signs 4 Domestic Violence BillsThe bills create new rules for people who might undergo domestic mediation through the court system.
Michigan Senate Proposes Plan To Cut Recidivism, Save MoneyOther bills would expedite medical commutation hearings and house 17- to -22-year-old inmates together instead of with older adults.
Judge Who Drank Flint Water Recuses Himself From CaseGoldsmith served at the Flint federal courthouse for a brief period in 2014 when the city was using water from the Flint River.
Wayne County Labor Unions Launch Petition Drive To Cut Elected Officials' SalariesThe "Wayne County Citizens for Reform" organization is kicking off the effort Tuesday.
Detroit Public School District To Be Restructured Under State House Plan"They are despicable,' says state Rep. of teachers involved in sickouts.
Tuskegee Airman, 94, Honored; Presidential Hopeful Hillary Clinton Keynote At NAACP DinnerFormer Secretary of State and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was the keynote speaker for the evening.
Detroit Teachers Union Calls For District-Wide Sickout MondayThe Detroit Federation of Teachers is calling for district-wide teacher sick-outs within the Detroit Public School system on Monday.
Detroit To Begin Shutting Off Water Monday To Those Who OweA Detroit water official says crews will begin shutting off service on Monday to people behind on bill payments.
Bills To Raise Adult Criminal Age To 18 Advance In MichiganAs current Michigan law stands, 17-year-olds are automatically prosecuted, sentenced and locked up as adults if they commit a crime.
Hillary’s Odds In Michigan: She Lost The Primary, Can She Win In NovemberWith Hillary Clinton returning to Detroit on Sunday to speak at the NAACP’s Freedom Fund Dinner, the conversation about her chances of winning the Great Lakes State in the general election should she secures her party’s nomination, were mixed as the “Michigan Matters” panel weighed in.