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Three weeks ago, before the political life of Michigan got interrupted for important things we were treated to a bombshell from Secretary of State Ruth Johnson.
Nelson and Winnie Mandela flank civil rights figure Rosa Parks as the Mandelas are welcomed at Detroit Metropolitan Airport on June 28, 1990.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced the appointment of Michael Carpenter, of Midland, to the 75th District Court serving Midland County on Thursday.
Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul unveiled Thursday his plan to save Detroit two days after a judge officially declared the Motor City bankrupt.
Gov. Rick Snyder's approval rating has ticked up to 35.6 percent -- its highest point since the summer of 2012 -- according to a new State of the State Survey from Michigan State University to be released today.
It's your state, Governor. And that means Detroit's problems are your problems. Detroit emergency manager Kevyn Orr sees no way to restructure the city's debts and liabilities without cutting pension benefits, and U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled Tuesday that the state's constitutional protection for pensions doesn't carry any weight in ... (more)
Roy Maweja remembers the weather in New York, when he first moved to the United States from Zambia.
The state House unanimously approved a bill Wednesday aimed at fixing faulty and hastily adopted November legislation transferring the state's Court of Claims from Ingham County to the Michigan Court of Appeals.
A new anti- abortion proposal could become law if "pro-life" activists have their way and the consequences could be disastrous.
Michigan lawmakers are currently deciding whether to advance a bill that would require women in the state to purchase a separate insurance policy for abortion coverage, even in cases of rape or incest.
The president of the union representing thousands of retired Detroit employees called Tuesday's bankruptcy decision "inhumane" and promised a robust campaign against the state's governor if he runs for reelection.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Detroit can use bankruptcy to cut employee pensions and relieve itself of other crushing debts, handing a defeat to the city's unions and retirees and shifting the case into a delicate new phase.
Fresh from a court victory in Detroit's bankruptcy case, Gov. Rick Snyder pledged to support the state's farm industry in a speech to the Michigan Farm Bureau's 94th annual meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Speaking to a friendly crowd, Snyder pledged to promote increased immigration opportunities for farm workers, who have been in short supply during ... (more)
Lawmakers took preliminary procedural action on a voter-petitioned proposal to ban group health coverage for abortions as its supporters and opponents sparred in press conferences Tuesday at the state Capitol.
This Sept. 12, 2012, file photo, shows downtown Detroit as seen from Belle Isle park in Detroit.
Three metro Detroit communities - Lincoln Park, Royal Oak Township and Highland Park - each moved a step closer Monday to the possible appointment of an emergency manager.