Nessel Sends Investigators To Gaylord To Check Out Reports Of Price Gouging After TornadoMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced she is sending investigators to Gaylord on Monday to investigate reported instances of price gouging after the tornado last week.
White Supremacist Group Member Tristan Webb Is 4th Convicted In MichiganA young Michigan man accused of being in a white supremacist group has pleaded no contest to conspiracy and other crimes that included assessing whether vacant state properties could be used for paramilitary training, authorities said Tuesday.
Michigan Officials Coordinate Statewide Response To Baby Formula ShortageOfficials say multiple agencies are working to address the shortage and ensure "parents who need formula get the resources and support they need to provide for their babies."
AG Nessel Argues Before Michigan Supreme Court On Major Gay Rights CaseMichigan's attorney general on Wednesday asked the state Supreme Court to overturn key decisions and extend the state's anti-discrimination law to gays and lesbians.
AG Nessel To Assist With Investigation Of Ex-Speaker Lee ChatfieldThe Michigan attorney general's office said Monday it is now assisting local and state police who are investigating allegations of sexual assault and financial misconduct against former legislative leader Lee Chatfield.
AG Nessel Issues Video On Potential Penalties For Making School ThreatsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a video showcasing the seriousness of making threats against schools.
Authorities Warn Wayne County Residents Of Jury Duty Scam CallAccording to a news release from Third Circut Court, the sheriff's office impersonator claimed a Venmo payment between $1,500 and $2,000 was needed to prevent the resident from being arrested.
AG Nessel Says Independent Investigation In Oxford Possible, Despite District's DenialNessel plans to organize community meetings in Oxford where parents and students can express their concerns.
Former Shiawassee County Prosecutor Facing Charges For Arriving To Work Drunk, Carrying FirearmsA former prosecutor in Shiawassee County is facing charges after allegedly arriving to work drunk and in possession of two firearms while intoxicated, according to the Michigan AG's Office.
Michigan AG Says She Drank Too Much At Football TailgateMichigan's attorney general apologized Wednesday, Nov. 10, and said she drank too much booze before last month's Michigan-Michigan State football game.
Former Oakland County Priest Pleads Guilty In Sex Abuse CasesA former priest in Oakland County has pleaded guilty to sex abuse, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced.