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McDonald aims to bring human-first approach to Oakland County prosecutor’s office

A big shift is underway in Oakland County. Karen McDonald, just 103 days into her role as county prosecutor, is making way for a new...

Up to 100 new immigration judges would be added under Biden...

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Friday released a budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year that would increase the number of immigration judges...

Group challenges signatures for ballot initiative scrapping Whitmer’s emergency powers

Keep MI Safe, a group that backs Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive powers exercised during the pandemic, on Friday filed a challenge against Unlock Michigan’s...

Tribal citizens condemn Enbridge for ‘manipulative’ video about Indigenous peacemaking

A video recently released by Canadian oil company Enbridge has elicited both criticism and condemnation from Indigenous leaders in Michigan. Tribal leaders and activists from...

Judge freezes Detroit marijuana business application process  

A federal judge on Wednesday halted the city of Detroit from processing recreational marijuana business applications. U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman issued a temporary restraining...

Mich. Supreme Court justice working remotely from Israel after 3 months...

Updated, 1:46 p.m., 4/9/21, with statement from State Court Administrative Office Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein has been working remotely from the Middle East...

Arizona Senate hires ‘expert witness’ in Antrim County fraud suit to...

The audit team that Arizona Senate President Karen Fann selected to examine the 2020 general election in Maricopa County will be led by a...

Nessel, Whitmer file argument to keep Line 5 shutdown suit in...

With just 36 days left until Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order for Canadian oil company Enbridge to shut down its controversial Line 5 pipeline goes...

AG asks U.S. Supreme Court to block biofuels exemptions

The state of Michigan has joined seven others in asking the U.S. Supreme Court to side with biofuels interests in a fight over small-refinery...

After MSU withholds Nassar documents, AG closes investigation

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said Friday that Michigan State University (MSU) officials refusing voluntarily waive privilege to thousands of documents involving disgraced former...

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