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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday that he’s open to negotiating further with Detroit leaders about how best to restore the city’s financial solvency as long as a counterproposal being drafted by Mayor Dave Bing and...
DETROIT (AP) — Two Benton Harbor commissioners are hoping a ruling that a review team looking over the finances of a troubled school district in the Detroit area violated the state's Open Meetings Act and eventually will lead to the ouster of Benton...
DETROIT (AP) -- A judge has dismissed a lawsuit aimed at recovering millions of dollars in union dues paid by Michigan child-care providers who work at home. The lawsuit claimed union representation was forced on self-employed people who weren't state...
Tags: Trials, Unions, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Government
LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has returned nearly all of his 2011 salary to the state in one lump sum. Spokeswoman Sara Wurfel said Friday that the Republican governor returned the money at year's end. Snyder announced last February...
IRVINE — About 700 community leaders and business owners gathered at the Irvine Marriott for breakfast, networking and to hear the latest economic news — good or bad — at Wednesday's 2012 Irvine Business Outlook. Chamber of Commerce...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — When it comes to a debate over whether Wisconsin or Michigan's Lower Peninsula looks more like a mitten, Alex Beaton of the Awesome Mitten website says the winner is Michigan, hands down. Beaton spotted the knit mitten shaped...
DETROIT (AP) — After three years and two financial overseers, the Detroit Public Schools achieved its first budget surplus in four years and used it to help reduce a $327 million budget deficit. The apparent turnaround — achieved while...
Every couple years the doors open to our editorial board for a new crop of future lawmakers on the campaign trail. Between a series of questions and a few bruised egos we get to know the political minds of those who would like to represent us. Funny...
Tags: Rick Snyder, Politics, Elections, Government, Executive Branch
FOX 17 Web ProducerAfter the state lgislature approved revised film incentives for filmmakers looking to make movies in Michigan, Governor Rick Snyder has signed the bill into law. The bills passed the Senate with a 35-3 vote and the House in a 91-15 vote on December 15. \...
Show TrackerAl Gore says that he is "fine" with Keith Olbermann, Current's cantankerous host....
Company TownMedia analyst Derek Baine worries that the feud between Keith Olbermann and Current TV could hurt the channel's long-term prospects....
Channel Guide MagazineSure, he's had a few dust-ups with his new network home, but the countdown to Keith Olbermann's election coverage is on at the Al Gore/David Bohrman-helmed Current TV. “Keith has told us that he will do our special election coverage moving forward,...
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