Teen To Stand Trial In Death Of Michigan Girl

A trial has been ordered for a 16 year-old boy accused of kicking a rock that struck and killed a west Michigan girl in Colorado last June.


Bidding War For Gibby's World Series Bat

Bidding for the bat former Tiger Kirk Gibson used to hit an historic home run during the 1988 World Series has reached nearly 91 thousand dollars, with several days to go before the auction closes.


GOP Chooses Legislative Leaders

Michigan Republicans, who gained a majortiy in both houses of the state Legislature in last week’s elections, have chosen their leadership team.


Index: Michigan Economy On The Rise?

It may not mean much if you’re looking for a job or facing foreclosure, but here’s one sign Michigan’s economy may be on the upswing.


DSO, Striking Musicians Talking Again

A joint statement by the musicians of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and DSO management says the two sides have entered into “informal negotiations.”


LCC Bans Sale Of Alcoholic Energy Drinks

The Michigan Liquor Control Commission says it will ban the sale of high-powered alcoholic energy drinks due to mounting concerns the beverages pose health risks, especially to young people.


Rich Rod Avoids NCAA Sanctions

The University of Michigan has learned its punishment for violating NCAA rules in its football program.  The NCAA has added a third year of probation to the program for rules violations related to practice and […]


"Super-Drunk" Law Takes Effect Sunday

State officials say new laws that take effect Sunday are aimed at first-time offenders who drive after drinking excessively in Michigan.


WSJ: GM Plans IPO "Road Show"

As General Motors plans its Initial Public Offering of stock and readies its road show for the sale next week, there’s word that some bankers and analysts feel shares could reach a high enough price […]


New Delay In Vanguard Purchase of DMC

The board of Detroit Medical Center voted to extend its purchase agreement with Nashville-based Vanguard Health Systems through the end of the year to allow more time to complete governmental approvals.