1 hr ago | Booker Rising
While I concur with Min. Farrakhan, shouldn't he be more worried about Chicago ? From the Associated Press : "Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan urged Detroit's pastors and majority black population Friday to join him in an effort to buy neglected properties and take other steps to help revitalize the struggling city where the movement started ... (more)
5 hrs ago | WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Bond restructurings, negotiated settlements with bondholders and bond insurers, and tough talk with unionized workers are on the agenda as Detroit's emergency financial manager tries to meet a self-imposed, six-week deadline to decide whether the city can get through its financial crisis without a bankruptcy filing.
9 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
A draft copy of the 21 page Department of Health and Human Services form proposed for use to apply for low-cost insurance from Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance Program.
12 hrs ago | Detroit News
Prosperity is the greatest enemy of fiscal discipline. When fortunes begin to reverse, the urgency to cut spending, find savings and use resources more efficiently wanes.
16 hrs ago | MLive.com
It was considered a brilliant choice when gubernatorial candidate James Blanchard chose former Congresswoman Martha Griffiths, in this August 1982 photo, as his running mate.
20 hrs ago | CBS Local
A continuation of a 1 percent tax on health insurance claims passed the state Senate Thursday, but yet to be resolved is how to ensure the levy brings in enough revenue for Medicaid, which serves 1.9 million low-income Michigan residents.
The Dearborn Public Schools Board of Education approved a state-mandated policy governing how the district handles layoffs, recalls and job placements for teachers and administrators at its meeting on Monday.
Hopefully, Michigan has taken a small step toward getting out of the booze business with the Senate's passing of three bills that expand the list of places where residents can buy bottles of wine or jugs of beer.
Gov. Rick Snyder's administration has claimed the once-secret "skunk works" education reform project was not a government-sanctioned work group, but newly obtained administration correspondence suggests otherwise.
Former U.S. Rep. Mark Schauer of Michigan will seek the Democratic nomination for governor, a source close to him confirmed Tuesday.
Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder, appearing Friday on Fox News, said he is wary of increased infrastructure spending by the federal government even as he seeks to increase infrastructure spending at the state level.
A bill passed Thursday by the Michigan House Criminal Justice committee would allow for the erasure of certain criminal convictions.
You've probably noticed it on your car insurance bill - a $175 fee for every vehicle you insure in Michigan.
Mayor Dave Bing has failed miserably in Detroit. Now he thinks he is qualified to be the Wayne County executive? What planet does he live on? Under his alleged leadership, the city's deficit and problems have not only not been solved, they have actually grown far worse, forcing Gov.
Investors have have been scrambling to figure out what the efforts of Detroit's emergency manager will mean for municipal bonds, and at least one credit rating agency did not like what it saw in Kevyn Orr's first report.
A 60-year-old woman was found dead by the Livonia Fire Department after a fire took place at her... Carla Schneider and the Oakwood team represent at the Governor's Fitness Award Ceremony that took place at Ford Field in Detroit.