Feds: Ex-Michigan Corrections Officer Intended To Distribute Drugs In PrisonA former Michigan corrections officer is facing multiple charges after allegedly planning to distribute drugs in the prison where he worked, officials say.
Trial Begins In Lawsuit Over Job Policy At Women's Prison In MichiganTrial began Monday in a long-running lawsuit that accuses the Michigan prison system of illegally discriminating against male officers at the state's only prison for women.
Michigan Department Of Corrections Worker Accuses Management Of Preferential Treatment To White EmployeesA Michigan Department of Corrections employee is making scathing allegations and accusing his employer of blocking him from promotions because of the color of his skin.
4,600 Michigan Prisoners Have Tested Positive For COVID-19At least 4,600 Michigan prisoners have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Michigan: MDOC Probation Agent Tests Positive For COVID-19The employee had a recent history of international travel.
Coronavirus In Michigan: MDOC Halts All Visits At State PrisonsThis will also include outside volunteers and other tours and groups who routinely come into the prisons.
Coronavirus In Michigan: MDOC Puts Screening Measures In Place To Protect FacilitiesUntil further notice, anyone coming into a prison facility will be asked a series of screening questions and may have their temperature checked before being allowed entrance into a prison.
Family Of Man Mistakenly Released From Prison Speaks OutThe Michigan Department of Corrections says 31-year-old Talleon Brazil was wrongfully released from a facility in Ohio last month.
Lawsuit Targets ‘Filth’ At Michigan’s Only Women’s PrisonThe Michigan Department of Corrections has been hit with a class-action lawsuit on behalf of inmates who say they’ve been overwhelmed by chronic mold and other unsanitary conditions at the state’s only prison for women.
Michigan Matters: DTE and State Team Up on Inmate Training ProgramOn this week's Michigan Matters, DTE Energy is teaming up with the state of Michigan on an innovative vocational training program that will prepare qualified inmates about to be released with skills to become much needed tree trimmers.
Use Of Mandatory Overtime Prompts Concerns At Women's PrisonStress levels are so high, some officers have been pushed to quit.
Michigan Will Appeal $325K Verdict In Favor Of Prisoner With Chronic PainThe state of Michigan says it will appeal after a jury awarded $325,000 to a prison inmate who accused officials of illegally rejecting his pleas for help for chronic pain.
Jury Awards $325,000 To Michigan Prisoner In Dispute Over Health CareA prisoner serving a life sentence has been awarded $325,000 after a jury found state Corrections Department staff were "deliberately indifferent" to helping him with chronic joint pain.
Judge: Corrections Department Workers' Pay Arbitrarily CutA judge says thousands of specialized Michigan Department of Corrections employees saw their pay cut while their responsibilities stayed the same because of an arbitrary reclassification of their positions.
Probation Likely For Accepting Bribes For Clean Drug TestsRonald L. McKethern pleaded guilty last week to obstruction of justice in a Saginaw County courtroom.