Michigan Man Exonerated After 45 Years Sells His Prison Art To Get ByRichard Phillips said he didn't mope much during the 45 years he wrongfully spent in prison. He painted watercolors in his cell: warm landscapes, portraits of famous people like Mother Teresa, vases of flowers, a bassist playing jazz.
Fraud Probe Finds 4 State Workers Falsely Reported Work TimeTwo state Environmental Quality department employees have been fired and several others disciplined after an audit found nearly $34,000 was paid for unperformed work hours.
15 People Have Been Charged In The Flint Water Scandal Fifteen people have been charged in an investigation of how Flint's water became contaminated with lead in 2014-15 and a related outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
More Than 100 Members Of Congress Reject Pay During ShutdownMembers of Congress have decided to join them in a show of solidarity and refuse their paychecks.
2 Men Confess In Separate Wolf Killing IncidentsAuthorities say two men confessed to illegally killing wolves in separate poaching incidents in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Plymouth-Canton Schools Accused Of Mishandling Harassment Complaints A federal lawsuit says Plymouth-Canton Community Schools mishandled numerous complaints from a teenage girl who eventually tried to kill herself to escape harassment from an ex-boyfriend.
Former Engineering Dean Replaces Engler At Michigan StateSatish Udpa, former dean of MSU’s College of Engineering has been appointed to replace Interim President John Engler following his resignation Wednesday.
Metro Detroit Braces For Weekend Snow; Caution Urged On RoadsMichigan is bracing for a weekend snowstorm that could bring 5 inches or more to parts of the state.
Redford Union School District Seeks Board Of Education Applicants Redford Union School District Seeks Applications to Fill Current Board of Education Vacancy
Former Detroit Lions Player Beats Man Masturbating At Daughter's WindowThe former Detroit Lions player reportedly caught a man masturbating outside his daughter's window and assaulted him.
Inside The GM Plant Where Nooses And 'Whites-Only' Signs HungWorkers at a General Motors plant in Toledo, say they endured racism in the workplace. Now, those allegations are detailed in a new lawsuit against the automaker.
Fire And Ice Festival In Downtown Rochester This WeekendTemperatures may be on the frigid side this weekend, but the Fire and Ice festival is sure to heat things up.