Abdul El-Sayed, the former Michigan gubernatorial candidate who was a favorite among progressive Democrats, was among 18 protesters who were sentenced this morning for their role in a protest over Michigan’s minimum wage.
Jury deliberates in Grimes’ case, Schuette neglects office, Whitmer leads: Your Tuesday morning briefing
A jury began deliberating in the case against a state trooper who killed a Detroit teenager; GOP candidate Bill Schuette neglects his Detroit campaign office; and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer holds double-digit lead in the gubernatorial race.
$2M bond over misdemeanor, Mayor Fouts on traffic, opera founder dies: Your Wednesday morning briefing
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.
In a city where violent crime is out of control, skateboarders are facing up to 90 days in jail for allegedly skating at Hart Plaza, a public park.
A Detroit-based FBI translator fell in love with a top ISIS operative that she was assigned to investigate and wound up marrying him in Syria.
An 8-month-old girl died after a Detroit EMT refused to respond to the emergency.
The crackdown has led to a reduction of illegal graffiti, but at what price?
Yousef Ajin will be able to stay in the U.S. with his wife and four children.
“There’s no words to explain what the world is missing now,” the firefighter’s daughter said in court.
Prosecutors may have charged the wrong man in the murder of a Wayne State University police officer on Nov. 22.