1.5 Million Gallons Of Sewage Enters Trench Used To Repair Fraser SinkholeOfficials say about 1.5 million gallons of sewage flowed into a trench used to repair a sewer line that collapsed and created a sinkhole in Fraser.
Conyers, Sanders Talk Health Care, Full Employment In Detroit Town Hall"It makes ... sense for us to be investing in education and jobs for our young people rather than jails and incarceration," said Sanders.
Ex-State Lawmaker Wins Appeal Over Run For Detroit CouncilJudges say it would be "coercion" to allow prosecutors to try to negotiate a politician's future as part of a plea deal.
Shelby Township Clerk Stan Grot Vying For Secretary Of StateRuth Johnson, a second-term Republican, cannot run again due to term limits.
Listen In On Your Kid's Phone Call? In Michigan, You May Go To JailIn Michigan, parents can go to jail for listening in on their kids' phone calls.
Comedian, Civil Rights Activist Dick Gregory DiesHe broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health.
What To Know About Michigan's 2018 Ballot DrivesNot sure whether to sign? Here is a breakdown of what the proposals would do, their prospects and their source of funding:
Steve Bannon Out As Trump's Chief Strategist"You knew that Bannon was not going to last. Arguably this was the worst week that this White House has had and it was a good time to cut him loose," Eastern Michigan political science professor Ed Sidlow said.
Disruption In Service For Over A Million Bridge, WIC Card Users In MichiganAbout 1.3 million people in Michigan are on public assistance.
Michigan City Dropping Robert E Lee Name From ShowboatOfficials in the city "recognize that the name is offensive to many."
Michigan State University Denies Request By White Nationalist Group To Speak On Campus"This decision was made due to significant concerns about public safety in the wake of the tragic violence..."
State Elections Board OKs Petition Drives For Legal Pot, Redistricting, Sick TimeThe Michigan elections board has cleared three more groups to proceed with drives to put statewide proposals on the 2018 ballot.