Legal loopholes are the source of a back-and-forth between Michigan's governor and the State Legislature.
Police in even small towns have surprisingly powerful military hardware. During a time of protest against police violence, that worries Michigan activists.
To make up budget shortfalls, Michigan tapped into coronavirus aid to fund the Michigan State Police and Michigan Department of Corrections nearly at full capacity despite the state's financial crisis.
Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist says access to the internet is the best way to empower Michiganders. He’s working toward connectivity.
We caught up with course creator Ryan Henyard for a look at the crucial conversations reshaping the nation right now.
As Detroit braces for federal forces to arrive, we look at their impact on other cities, from tear gassed residents to disappeared protesters.
An Oakland County judge separated a 15-year-old girl from her mother during a pandemic, rather than ensure the teen has the resources she needs to address her challenges at home.
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