The state says an inmate used a prison-made weapon to stab a guard multiple times at a prison near Jackson.
“No more hiding the obvious. We are substituting a negative with a positive.”
The former Michigan Supreme Court Justice says she is afraid because it is possible she sentenced inmates in her prison facility.
Security at Michigan prisons has apparently gotten weaker in the six weeks since food service operations were handed over to a private contractor.
A new grant is allowing some homeless to get off the street and into a new apartment.
She was at the center of one of the biggest scandals in the history of Detroit.
Some laid off state prison food service workers may make a big career change.
Michigan prison guards have filed a lawsuit accusing the state of failing to pay for certain duties performed before and after their shifts.
State officials reversed themselves Tuesday in deciding to hire a private company to prepare food for Michigan’s 44,000 prisoners, saying they originally misjudged a plan that would actually save the state about $16 million.
A Michigan man who reaped $2 million by telling inmates that he could spring them from prison wants to withdraw his guilty plea after learning he could face decades behind bars.