- April 13, 2014
$400,000 bond set for teen in Detroit mob attack
A 16-year-old Detroit boy charged with assault and ethnic intimidation was ordered Saturday to be held on a $400,000 bond in the brutal beating of a suburban motorist.Continued ...
- April 12, 2014
Judge OKs Detroit swaps deal with two banks
Detroit can move ahead with a plan to settle a ruinous multimillion-dollar debt with two banks for $85 million, a judge said Friday as he also urged the bankrupt city and other creditors to reach more deals.Continued ...
Michigan village hopes construction curbs flooding
There’s hope in a village in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula that a construction project will help prevent flooding that’s become an annual sign of spring.Continued ...
Bugs, Daffy and Elmer coming to Detroit Symphony
What's up, Maestro? Bugs Bunny and his pals are coming to Detroit. That's what.Continued ...
- April 11, 2014
71 dead calves found; mid-Michigan farmer charged
A mid-Michigan farmer has been charged with animal cruelty and abandonment after 71 dead calves were discovered on his property.Continued ...
Fungal disease fatal to bats spreading half of US
A fungal disease that has killed millions of North American bats is spreading and now has been detected in half of the United States, officials said Thursday.Continued ...
GM puts 2 engineers on paid leave in recall case
General Motors has suspended two engineers in the first disciplinary action stemming from its mishandled recall of more than 2 million small cars for a deadly ignition switch problem.Continued ...
- April 9, 2014
3 charged in Detroit mob beating of motorist
A teenager and two other men were charged Tuesday in the brutal beating of a 54-year-old suburban Detroit man after he accidentally hit a child who stepped off the curb into the path of his truck.Continued ...
- April 8, 2014
Man gets life behind bars in trooper's death
A 20-year-old man convicted of first-degree murder for fatally shooting a Michigan state trooper during a traffic stop has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.Continued ...
2 more arrested in mob beating of driver
Two men were arrested in connection with the severe mob beating of a suburban motorist who had accidentally hit a 10-year-old boy who stepped in front of his truck, police said Monday.Continued ...
Michigan gets share of migratory bird funding
Michigan is getting a share of $61 million in funding to protect, restore and enhance wetlands and other areas that are migratory bird habitats.Continued ...
- April 7, 2014
Body donation law would change under House bill
Dr. Joyce deJong has performed close to 2,500 autopsies in her career as a forensic pathologist and medical examiner. But she still marvels at the memory of learning from dead bodies as a student.Continued ...
Harsh winter damages fruit trees, vines
Michigan’s heavy snowfall and bitter cold winter have damaged some fruit trees and vineyards, according to a leading state farm group.Continued ...
- April 6, 2014
2 arrests made in Detroit mob attack on man
Two Detroit teenagers were arrested Saturday in an attack on a suburban man who was brutally beaten by a mob after accidentally striking a boy with his pickup truck.Continued ...
- April 5, 2014
US Sen. Carl Levin pushes for Great Lakes funding
Michigan Sen. Carl Levin and some fellow Great Lakes lawmakers are asking their congressional colleagues to fund programs designed to preserve and protect the lakes.Continued ...