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Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed Chris Roosen, a former Northville Township Trustee, to be part of the financial review team that will determine where the financial emergency stands in Highland Park.
Governor Rick Snyder: "I think having this sweater out there is going to generate a lot more attention, and I hope they're ready for the demand they're going to get for more yarn equipment, more yarn, and actually to have more farmers participate in terms of the ability to take their wool and make products."
Pro-choice supporters have started a non-binding online petition asking State Lawmakers to put a controversial pro-life petition on the ballot.
That should be the duty of the DIA, being a city-owned asset. Dennis McLellan, Allen Park Here's the bottom line: This whole bankruptcy filing was a bad idea from the get-go.
Right to Life of Michigan is flexing its muscle in presenting the state Legislature with a do-or-die choice to limit insurance coverage of abortion.
Michigan cities would have the tools to fight blight in quicker, more effective ways under bills that passed the state Senate on Thursday and are on their way to Gov. Rick Snyder.
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.