Gov. Snyder: Detroit Bankruptcy Officially OverThe paperwork is in process and the nation's largest municipal bankruptcy will end at midnight, the governor said.
Kevyn Orr: Detroit's Financial Emergency OverDetroit's emergency manager says the city no longer will be in a financial emergency when it officially exits bankruptcy.
Detroit Board Of Police Commissioners Want Their Power RestoredThe commission chair says their power should be restored - noting the alleged police brutality in places like Ferguson, Missouri.
Emergency Manager Hopes To See Detroit Emerge From Bankruptcy By ChristmasKevyn Orr says he hopes to resign from his post as Detroit EM within the next week or two.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Chamber Leaders Sound Off On Lame Duck Lansing Legislature, Motor City, Gov. SnyderRich Studley, CEO of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, is convinced Michigan's roads will finally get the attention and resources needed to repair them after some tough winters that have wreaked havoc for motorists.
Detroit Pension Cuts Expected By March 1Detroit's main pension fund plans to hold public meetings in early December to discuss upcoming cuts and an opportunity for retirees to apply for financial help.
Detroit Financial Review Commission Holds First MeetingMayor Mike Duggan expressed concern about fees associated with the bankruptcy that could hit $200 million.
Snyder Names Board To Keep Eye On Detroit FinancesThe Detroit Financial Review Commission was created as a condition for Michigan committing $195 million toward ending the city's bankruptcy.
Detroit A City On The Road To Recovery, RespectDetroit's long-term fiscal recovery plan was approved Friday by a bankruptcy judge and calls for $1.7 billion to remove blight and fix city services over the next 10 years.
Questions, Answers About Detroit's BankruptcyHow did Detroit get to the point where it became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy and what will keep the city from further fiscal irresponsibility?
Retirees Split On How Detroit Bankruptcy Deal Affects FuturePart of the plan is to cut the pensions of general retirees by 4.5 percent, while some retirees say that they are worried that the city could fall into debt and file for bankruptcy again.
Gov. Snyder Says Detroit Is Stronger As City Emerges From Bankruptcy“People will long remember that when Detroit arrived at this troubling hour..."
Judge Approves Detroit Bankruptcy Exit Plan, Ending Largest Public Filing In US HistoryA judge on Friday approved Detroit's plan to get out of bankruptcy, ending the largest public filing in U.S. history.
Detroit Ready For Judge's Decision On BankruptcyThe judge overseeing Detroit's bankruptcy is ready to decide whether the city's plan to regain solvency is a good one.
Japanese Businesses Back Detroit's Bankruptcy Deal, Pledge $2.2 Million To DIAMost of donation will be used for the DIA's $100 million commitment to the so-called grand bargain. The rest will go toward reinstalling the museum's Japanese collection in a new gallery.