Your Friday morning briefing: Voters widely support ballot proposal to legalize recreational marijuana; roadwork will resume following the standoff over a labor dispute; and a Nigerian immigrant can stay in Detroit – for now.
Your Thursday morning briefing: Dan Gilbert said to be negotiating the purchase of the Detroit Tigers; a Detroit charter school closed less than a month into the school year; and city council admonishes police for quietly getting into the towing business.
West Nile Virus claims two more victims in Michigan; the National Weather Service is investigating possible tornadoes in Wayne and Monroe counties Tuesday night; and a haunted house is planned for the vacant train station.
Ford pays $90 million for the long-abandoned train station; Democratic candidate for key seat is accused of embezzlement; and Bill Schuette says Senate should vote on the Supreme Court nominee accused of sexual assaults.
Your Friday morning briefing: Mayor Fouts was asked under oath if he was the offensive voice behind recordings first published by Motor City Muckraker. The Heidelberg Project has new plans. Detroit police get into the towing business. And gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette gets the cold shoulder from some fellow Republicans.
Your Wednesday morning briefing: Warren Mayor Fouts wants emergency declared over traffic snarls; a Michigan man charged with a misdemeanor is jailed on a whopping $2 million bond; and the founder of the Michigan Opera Theatre dies.
Your Tuesday morning briefing: Former Congressman Dingell has a heart attack; new firefighting policy is a “public safety nightmare;” state considers legalizing home-delivered marijuana; and nonprofit embarks on affordable housing project in Detroit.