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.
Man Who Worked At Federal Prison Accused Of Taking BribesHe's also accused of accepting money to try to get a prisoner transferred.
Michigan Moves Ahead With Reopening Of Hiawatha Prison In UPThe Michigan Department of Corrections is moving forward with reopening the Hiawatha Correctional Facility after making about $8.9 million in upgrades at the Upper Peninsula facility.
Michigan Hopes For Less Turmoil With New Prison Food ContractA Florida-based company is the new meal supplier for about 43,000 state inmates.
Vermont Inmates Voice Complaints About New Michigan Prison: No Windows, No Privacy, No Premium Movie ChannelAmong the complaints: "Currently, we're only given one hour of outside recreation per day."
Michigan Denies Request To Film Kid Rock Video In Women's Prison"We’re not a concert venue. We’re a professional organization, and our task is to house and rehabilitate prisoners."
Welcome Home: 280 Vermont Inmates Move From Kentucky To Michigan PrisonThe transfer of 280 Vermont prison inmates from a private prison in Kentucky to one in Michigan has been completed.
Michigan Prison Accepting 319 Out-Of-State Inmates From VermontCiting security concerns, Vermont officials wouldn't specify when the inmates would begin the process of moving to the Michigan facility.
Bullets Found In Maximum Security Michigan Prison Still Puzzling InvestigatorsPrison investigators have been unable to determine who brought bullets into a maximum security facility in December.
State Wants Inmate To Stop Using Air MattressShould a federal judge decide how a prisoner sleeps?