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In one of his first interviews since the accident, the Oakland County executive talks about his injuries, his first year missing the Brooksie Way, and why he wasn't wearing a seat belt.
Islamic Cultural Center development at former site of Eagle Elementary School now goes before township Zoning Board of Appeals Oct. 4.
While the Democrat running for the 37th District state House seat calls out her opponent, Republican Bruce Lilley says his campaign has nothing to do with the negative campaign tactic.
In the wake of L. Brooks Patterson's Aug. 10 accident, county officials discuss who is in charge while he recovers. Some commissioners say they feel like they are being kept in the dark; Patterson's representative says he's focusing on the 'big picture.'
With L. Brooks Patterson not making any public appearances since his accident in August, opponent Kevin Howley of Huntington Woods is calling for more openness from Patterson's campaign.
Take our poll: Will you vote for Proposal 3, which aims at getting 25 percent of Michigan's energy from renewable resources by 2025?
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's eldest son, Tagg Romney, told a crowded room at Shelby Township's Palazzo Grande that his father is a man the country could be "proud of."
Search our interactive database of contributions reported by the campaigns to the Federal Election Commission.
City council members await results of a court challenge to Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson's decision to add a citizenship verification box to ballots.
Islamic Cultural Center development at former site of Eagle Elementary School goes before township Zoning Board of Appeals Oct. 2.
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