A 26-year-old woman was minding her own business at a park on Detroit’s east side Wednesday afternoon when shots rang and struck her while a group of men was arguing.
Police apprehended several protesters for refusing to stay quiet about their opposition to a state-appointed emergency manager during a formal city council session today.
Bad timing for a judge who has held police officers, witnesses, lawyers, spectators and others in contempt.
Sunshine law that requires a transparent government likely will be ignored by the state.
Don’t miss a word of Mayor Bing’s speech.
Families watching “Barney and Friends” in northern Michigan got the scare of their lives Monday afternoon.
It’s a nightmare scenario: Firefighters arrive to a blaze to find the home stuffed with people and smoke.
It’s the second time in less than two months that Bing’s administration has handed out bonuses to nonunion employees.
The victim was 32-year-old Jennifer Ann Scavone of Sterling Heights, police said today.
Collective bargaining is more than just ink on a pay stub; it gives voice to the people.