The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday rejected a request by Detroit police to file criminal charges against firefighter union president Mike Nevin for disseminating “sensitive information to the public.”
Biden this week gave his best hint yet that he’s seriously considering running against Donald Trump for president, and limied polling shows that the 76-year-old is leading the pack of potential 2020 Democratic nominees
Mayor Duggan is waging an expensive and legally murky campaign to remove select tow companies from doing business with the city, potentially benefiting one of his largest contributors and raising questions about retaliation.
Bob Carmack already prompted a federal investigation against Councilman Gabe Leland and businessman Dennis Archer Jr., a friend of Mayor Duggan’s.
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.
A heavily funded and dishonest campaign funded by the right-leaning Detroit Regional Chamber and Mayor Duggan’s political machine failed to win a majority of seats Tuesday on a commission that will have authority to dramatically change how the city operates.
Mayor Mike Duggan and his political machine recruited a team of well-funded allies to run for a commission that will have authority to dramatically change how the city operates and how much input residents have.
Conrad Mallett Jr., a longtime political ally of Mayor Mike Duggan, abruptly resigned from the Detroit Board of Police Commissioner just two days after Motor City Muckraker exposed a brewing towing scandal.
The two-pronged investigation involves city of Detroit officials and demolition contractors.
Part 1 of an ongoing series about political donations: Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon was elected to enforce the law, but when it comes to raising money for political office, he is among the most brazen scofflaws in the state.