Victims of the tragic shooting at a Michigan high school are now beginning to file lawsuits to get justice for their loved ones.
Ex-Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, who was in office during what's become known as the Flint Water Crisis, was expected to be indicted for his role in the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in 2014 and 2015.
Michigan state Rep. Cynthia Johnson was removed from her committee assignments on Wednesday over a Facebook Live where she spoke out against racist threats she received online.
Sydney Parham, 26, was arrested and charged with the crime after being seen on a now-viral video attempting to set a vehicle on fire.
The tragic incident took place in Flint, Mich. One suspect is in custody while two others are on the run.
An 8-year-old third grader in Michigan was told she could not participate in school photos because administrators took issue with her braids which were intermixed with the color red.
Reyna and Robert Mathis, an interracial Hispanic and Black couple, were touring the home of potential seller Charles Anderson, an officer in the Muskegon Police Department.
It was all good just a week ago for Demarlon C. Thomas, who was recently released from prison after former President Barack Obama commuted his sentence.
Plus, University of Michigan student wearing hijab threatened with being set on fire and a North Carolina TV station censors ‘Saturday Night Live’ episode with Dave Chappelle.
A small group of students at Royal Oak Middle School in Detroit, Michigan broke out into chants of “Build the wall” the day after the election.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has been criticized by state and local officials for his response to the Flint Water Crisis, which prompted his office to assemble an investigative panel. In a report released by the panel, it found that the state is wholly responsible for the contamination of Flint’s drinking water, Think Progress reports. The Flint […]