Hutaree Head, Son Plead Guilty To Gun ChargeA Michigan-based militia leader and his son have pleaded guilty to a machine gun charge, two days after a federal judge dismissed more serious charges against them and five members of the group.
Critical Charges Dropped Against Militia MembersA judge has dismissed the key charges against members of a Michigan-based militia who were accused of plotting war against the government.
Pay Now Or Really Pay Later For Littering In National ParkA federal judge in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is threatening to have a Minnesota woman arrested if she doesn't appear in court for a littering violation at Isle Royale National Park.
Coast Guard Hoax Nets Man 30 Months In PrisonIt's not nice to try to fool the Coast Guard. Not smart, either, as a Detroit man learned the hard way.
Detroit NAACP Challenges New Welfare Limit LawThe Detroit Chapter of the NAACP and the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization have taken court action against the termination of state welfare cash benefits.
US Still Wants Death Penalty For Western Mich. ManProsecutors in western Michigan asked a federal appeals court on Friday to reinstate a death sentence for a man convicted of drowning a woman in a national forest.
Michigan Man's Death Sentence Thrown OutA Federal Appeals Court has overtured a death sentence for a western Michigan man convicted of killing a woman in Manistee National Forest in 1997.
Another Guilty Plea In Point-Shaving ScandalAnother guilty plea in Detroit federal court in the University of Toledo sports point-shaving scandal.
Man Accused Of Threatening President Obama, Appears In Detroit CourtA man accused of threatening the life of President Barack Obama has appeared in federal court in Detroit after being charged with six crimes.
Former Head Of Union Pleads Guilty To Taking KickbacksThe former head of the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, Ralph Mabry, pleads guilty in federal court to taking kickbacks in connection with his position as chair of the union's pension fund trust.
Kilpatrick May Be Released As Early As JulyEx-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is back in federal court in an attempt to set the stage for his possible release from prison this summer.
Ex-Mayor Conflicted Over Telling Truth About AffairKilpatrick says ``telling the truth'' would have saved his ``own butt,'' but he was ``trying to stand up for'' his wife and three sons.
Physician Facing Prison; Looking At More ChargesA physician facing prison for her role in a Detroit Public Schools corruption case is accused of submitting Medicare claims for patients who already were dead.
Former DPS Driver Indicted For TheftAuthorities say Robert C. Williams used his work issued key card in 2005 to gain access to a district warehouse to cart off a pallet load of equipment on a DPS truck in the middle of the night.
Quicken Loans Accused Of Cheating EmployeesMore than 300 former employees are suing, claiming they were sales agents and covered by federal overtime provisions. The company disputes that claim.