ARTICLES

Judge sentences ex-radio host to prison

December 12, 2014
| By AP
A former host at a popular Christian radio station, described by prosecutors as a man "living a double life," was sentenced to federal prison for the sexual exploitation of a child and child pornography. Read More

Detroit exits bankruptcy after $1.28B bond sale

December 11, 2014
| By AP
DETROIT — Lawyers for Detroit said the city sold $1.28 billion in bonds on the eve of its exit from federal bankruptcy protection. Read More

Energy company settles lawsuit for $6.8M

December 10, 2014
| By AP
The energy company responsible for an oil spill in the region has agreed to pay about $6.8 million to settle a class-action lawsuit. Read More

Michigan sues feds over immigration order

December 10, 2014
| By AP
LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said he's joined other state attorney generals who are challenging President Barack Obama's executive order easing the nation's immigration procedures. Read More

State orders independent review of hospital

December 9, 2014
| By AP
The state of Michigan is hiring a behavioral health provider to conduct an independent review of a state-run hospital in the region, which is under scrutiny over patient safety. Read More

Medical device maker reaches $80M settlement

December 8, 2014
| By AP
A medical device maker has agreed to pay about $80 million to end a federal investigation into one of its acquisitions. Read More

Judge sentences man for $46.5M Ponzi scheme

December 3, 2014
| By AP
A man convicted of leading a $46.5-million Ponzi scheme has been sentenced to federal prison. Read More

State clarifies policy on immigrant driver's licenses

November 28, 2014
| By AP
LANSING — Michigan Secretary of State officials have clarified the agency’s policy on issuing driver’s licenses to immigrants after President Barack Obama’s recent executive action. Read More

Judge sentences ex-Kent County commissioner

November 26, 2014
| By AP
An ex-Kent County commissioner has been sentenced to jail for taking kickbacks while working in sales. Read More

Schuette urges US Supreme Court to hear gay marriage case

November 25, 2014
| By AP
LANSING — Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and supporters of gay marriage have at least one thing in common: They want the nation’s highest court to use a Michigan case to settle the legality of same-sex nuptials. Read More