Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

A judge in Michigan has come under criticism after she publicly shamed an elderly cancer patient for not properly maintaining his lawn despite medical treatments leaving him weak.
Michigan School Shooting Suspect Ethan Crumbley Brought Bird's Head, Ammo to School Ahead of Massacre: Lawsuit

Michigan School Shooting Suspect Ethan Crumbley Brought Bird's Head, Ammo to School Ahead of Massacre: Lawsuit

Ethan Crumbley, who is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School in Michigan, showed multiple red flags that school officials allegedly ignored.
Parents of Michigan School Mass Shooting Suspect Ethan Crumbley Charged With Manslaughter; Authorities Search for the Pair

Parents of Michigan School Mass Shooting Suspect Ethan Crumbley Charged With Manslaughter; Authorities Search for the Pair

The parents of Ethan Crumbley, who is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School in Michigan, have been charged with four counts each of involuntary manslaughter.
Michigan School Mass Shooting: Parents of Ethan Crumbley, Who Killed 4 Fellow Students and Injured 7 Others, May Face Charges

Michigan School Mass Shooting: Parents of Ethan Crumbley, Who Killed 4 Fellow Students and Injured 7 Others, May Face Charges

A prosecutor weighs on charging the parents of Ethan Crumbley, who is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School in Michigan.
“Aren’t We Next to a School?”: Pres. Joe Biden Responds to Anti-Biden Chants of Michigan Protesters During His Visit

"Aren't We Next to a School?": Pres. Joe Biden Responds to Anti-Biden Chants of Michigan Protesters During His Visit

U.S. President Joe Biden had traveled to Michigan on Tuesday to promote his "Build Back Better" agenda and was met with angry protesters shouting ant-Biden chants.
Kellogg’s Workers at All Cereal Plants Go on Strike, Demand Better Wages and Benefits

Kellogg’s Workers at All Cereal Plants Go on Strike, Demand Better Wages and Benefits

Around 1,400 Kellogg's workers went on strike to demand a fair contract from the cereal company who insisted that its offer was fair.
Lightning Strike Burns Down New Home of Single Mom, 11-Year-Old Daughter; Offers of Help Pour In

Lightning Strike Burns Down New Home of Single Mom, 11-Year-Old Daughter; Offers of Help Pour In

A single mom lost her house after a bolt of lightning struck right to her gas meter in the middle of the night.
NHL Goalie Matiss Kivlenieks of Columbus Blue Jackets Dies After Fireworks Accident

NHL Goalie Matiss Kivlenieks of Columbus Blue Jackets Dies After Fireworks Accident

NHL goalie Matiss Kivlenieks from Columbus Blue Jackets died after a fireworks accident on the Fourth of July.
Michigan Election Workers Continue To Work Counting Absentee Ballots

Michigan Lawsuit Seeks to Throw Out 1.2 Million Votes, Flipping State for Trump

A new federal lawsuit in Michigan was filed this week, seeking to throw out about 1.2 million votes, changing the results to the election in the state to favor President Donald Trump.
Judges in Michigan and Georgia Reject Trump Lawsuits, Undercutting GOP Campaign's Legal Action

Judges in Michigan and Georgia Reject Trump Lawsuits, Undercutting GOP Campaign's Legal Action

President Donald Trump's election lawsuits were quickly dismissed in Georgia and Michigan on Thursday, undercutting legal action aimed at questioning the integrity of the voting process.
Trump Files Lawsuits, Laying Ground for Contesting Election Results

Trump Files Lawsuits, Laying Ground for Contesting Election Results

President Donald Trump's campaign filed lawsuits on Wednesday, laying ground to contest election results in some battlegrounds states.
Michigan flood

Evacuees Flee From Homes as Flood Overtakes Michigan Cities After Two Dam Failures

After two dam failures in Midland County, waters from the Tittabawassee River caused tens of thousands of Michigan residents to evacuate.
CDC: Hispanics More Likely to Incorrectly Use Antibiotics

Wisconsin Outbreak of Rare Blood Infection Reaches Michigan, Total Death Toll Hits 18

A rare blood infection caused by the Elizabethkingia anopheles bacteria has been contracted by people in Wisconsin the past few months, but it was recently confirmed to have claimed a life in Michigan. This brings the total death toll of the illness to 18, with the 17 people already having died of the infection in Wisconsin since the outbreak first occurred in November 2015.
Gov. Rick Snyder

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder Admits No Plan to Replace Flint Pipes

In wake of the Flint water crisis, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder admitted he has no immediate plans to replace the corroded lead pipes responsible for transporting polluted water to community residents.
Walmart

Wal-Mart Joins Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Nestle to Provide Safe Drinking Water to Flint

Walmart is partnering with Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and Nestle to provide safe water to thousands of children in Flint, Michigan.
The Flint Water Plant

Flint Water Crisis: Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, DEQ Issued Subpoenas

Attorneys representing victims of the Flint water fiasco in a class action lawsuit served Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with subpoenas on Monday.
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