Suit alleges overtime scam among Detroit police supervisors; council President Brenda Jones headed into unchartered territory; Royal Oak police sued for shooting young man in the back; and a former apartment manager bribed the poor.
Michigan term-limit law will force most senators out of office; a security guard was shot at a Detroit dispensary; and the FEC rules on Kid Rock’s fake Senate run.
Detroit passes its own gun control measure aimed at ammunition; city’s struggling schools pose a danger to economic revival; and more lower-income people will be eligible for property tax exemptions.
In a striking blow to women’s rights, a federal judge dismissed charges Tuesday against two Michigan doctors for carrying out female genital mutilation, saying a federal ban on the procedure is unconstitutional.
Lawsuit claims Mayor Duggan doesn’t live in Detroit; firefighters file complaint over no lights, no sirens policy; Motown Museum’s expansion plans get grant.
Mayor Duggan’s son appointed to key transition post for Whitmer; Detroit couple slapped with $4,000 water bill; and Gilbert pledges to support ballot initiative to reform auto insurance.
Medic David Davidson even invoked President Trump, saying “tough love is going to make America great again.”
Duggan’s administration understated the level of abandonment in Detroit; Ben Carson’s name likely to be removed from public school; Gilbert sells Greektown Casino.
Retired firefighter sentenced, Detroiter in Chinese jail, Morouns sell building: Your Tuesday briefing
A white retired Detroit firefighter is sentenced for shooting at black teen; a Detroiter’s prison sentence in China is reduced; and the Morouns sell another large building in Corktown.
Ford buys electric scooter company Spin; Detroit firefighters found a dead dog and cat in a house, but not the man on the kitchen floor; and Oakland County Democrats seized control of the Board of Commissioners for the first time in a half century.