Audit: No Money Missing At Bank

An audit on finances at Community Central Bank, where a bank executive was last seen alive in September, shows no missing money. The audit was conducted after the body of David Widlak was found in […]


Delta Flight Attendants Reject Union

The nation’s biggest flight attendant union lost its all-or-none fight to cover those workers at Delta Air Lines on Wednesday, a stunning defeat in an industry where heavy union representation is the norm.


State To Pursue Appeal Over Bad Septic Tanks

A fight over failed septic tanks near Lake Huron is headed to the Michigan Supreme Court.


Oil Pipeline Restart Plan Approved

Federal regulators said Wednesday they have approved a plan to allow a pipeline that leaked at least 820,000 gallons of oil in southern Michigan this summer to gradually restart.


Report: Feds Had Concerns About Enbridge

Federal regulators raised concerns as early as 2002 about the safety standards, operations and recordkeeping of a company whose ruptured pipeline spilled up to 1 million gallons of oil in southern Michigan, government documents show.


Bank With Branches In Michigan Shutdown

Regulators have shut down a community bank based in Chicago which has branches in Detroit. In addition, four California banks and banks in Florida and Virginia were closed boosting to 118 the number of U.S. […]


Company Hoping To Reopen Oil Pipeline Soon

The company that runs a pipeline that spilled oil into the Kalamazoo River in southern Michigan is revising its proposal to restart the line.


Feds Warned Company About Pipeline

The Environmental Protection Agency says there has been “significant improvement” at the site of an oil spill in a southern Michigan river.