City hall, county government and the state legislature
FLINT — A judge has dismissed much of a civil lawsuit filed against engineering companies that were hired by Flint during its disastrous water switch in 2014. Read More
LANSING — Eight former Michigan lawmakers have filed a lawsuit alleging they have been unconstitutionally blocked from running again by "draconian" term-limit restrictions that also prevent voters from backing candidates of their choice. Read More
U.S currently in longest period without a recession in history.
The United States is in the midst of the longest period without a recession in history, and there is no sign of the economy yielding in the near future, according to a financial expert. Read More
Bonds will finance construction of 52 independent living apartments on Clark’s Franklin campus.
The Grand Rapids City Commission last week approved the city’s economic development corporation’s request to issue bonds not to exceed $80 million to improve two local retirement communities. Read More
WARREN — City council members in a Detroit suburb granted themselves lifetime health insurance coverage, but the mayor said the perk won't stand. Read More
DETROIT — A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has denied ex-Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's latest effort to get out of prison. Read More