Michigan SOS Plans To Intervene In Atrium County Voter Fraud LawsuitMichigan's Secretary of State is preparing to intervene in a voter fraud lawsuit filed in Atrium County.
Federal Judge Upholds Michigan Election Results Saying 'The People Have Spoken'U.S. District Judge Linda V. Parker ruled the lawsuit contained "theories, conjecture, and speculation."
New Unemployment Head Balances Paying Claims, Stopping FraudMichigan's acting unemployment director told lawmakers Wednesday her office is trying to balance between quickly paying benefits to jobless workers and preventing fraud, saying impostor claims are rampant in a backlog of 90,000-plus cases.
MSP On Breathalyzer Fraud: 8 Departments Now Being InvestigatedLocal police are now advised to switch to blood draws for suspected drunken driving, rather than the breathalyzer.
MSP: Welfare Fraud Warrant Sweep Nets 27 FelonsThe Michigan State Police Fraud Investigation Section, in conjunction with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, announced Friday the arrest of 27 people with felony warrants for welfare fraud totaling more than $210,000.
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.
6 Metro Detroit Doctors Charged In Alleged Scheme To Prey On AddictsProsecutors say six doctors have been charged in a scheme that involved millions of opioid drugs and unnecessary medical procedures in southeastern Michigan.
Wells Fargo Finds Another 145 Customers Who Lost Homes After GlitchWells Fargo has identified 145 more customers whose homes were foreclosed on because of an apparent computer glitch.
Michigan State Leader: Fraud Took Some Money In Nassar FundJohn Engler said Friday that the $10 million Healing Assistance Fund is "deeply troubled" and isn't expected to distribute any more money for three to four months.
Home Health Agency Owners Get Prison In Medicare Fraud CaseTwo Detroit-area home health agency owners have been sentenced to prison for their roles in what federal authorities describe as a multimillion dollar scheme to defraud Medicare.
No Prison For Man Who Took $235K From Social Security A judge has rejected a prison sentence for a Detroit-area man who collected roughly $253,000 over 17 years after failing to report his father's death to the Social Security Administration.
Wells Fargo Says Hundreds Of Customers Lost Homes After Computer GlitchHundreds of people had their homes foreclosed on after software used by Wells Fargo incorrectly denied them mortgage modifications.
MSU Halts Nassar Victims' Payments Amid Fraud WorriesMichigan State University has halted payments from a $10 million fund it set up for counseling services.
Uber Drivers Accused Of 'Vomit Fraud' By Overcharged PassengersDrivers are being accused of "vomit fraud," as many of the Uber employees allegedly claim their passengers threw up in the car after being picked up from a night of partying.
Doctor Who Gave Away Free Hams Charged With Health Care FraudA Detroit-area doctor who wrote prescriptions for more than 2 million painkiller pills has been charged with health care fraud.