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The Associated Press

Detroit, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Ed:

Mike Lucci, Pro Bowl player with Detroit Lions, dies at 81

DETROIT (AP) — Mike Lucci, a Pro Bowl linebacker who played nine seasons with the Detroit Lions, died Tuesday at age 81. → Read More

Michigan official: Benton Harbor water woes ‘inexcusable’

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. - State officials on Thursday defended their response to a lead crisis in a small southwestern Michigan city, telling lawmakers t... → Read More

Only Michigan official fired in Flint water crisis was 'public scapegoat', arbitrator rules

Liane Shekter Smith, who was the head of the state's drinking water office when Flint's water system was contaminated had $191,880 in back pay returned. → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water disaster likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

DETROIT (AP) — The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water catastrophe likely... → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

DETROIT (AP) — The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water catastrophe likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics, an arbitrator said in ordering $191,880 in back pay and other compensation. It’s a remarkable victory for Liane Shekter Smith, who served as head of the state’s drinking water office […] → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

DETROIT (AP) — The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water disaster likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics, an arbitrator said in ordering $191,880 in back pay and other compensation. It’s a victory for Liane Shekter Smith, who served as head of the state’s drinking water office when […] → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water disaster likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

It’s a victory for Liane Shekter Smith, who served as head of the state’s drinking water office when Flint’s water system was contaminated with lead. She was demoted and then fired in 2016. Shekter Smith was dismissed while engineers in her department were suspended with pay before ultimately returning to work, the arbitrator said. → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

DETROIT (AP) — The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water catastrophe likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics, a... → Read More

Arbitrator: Official wrongly fired in Flint water scandal

DETROIT (AP) — The only Michigan official fired in the Flint water disaster likely was a “public scapegoat” who lost her job because of politics, an arbitrator said in ordering $191,880 in back pay and other compensation. It's a victory for Liane Shekter Smith, who served as head of the state's drinking water office when Flint's water system was contaminated with lead. She was demoted and then… → Read More

Michigan inmates win right to kosher meat, cheesecake

Michigan must serve kosher meat, dairy, and cheesecake to prisoners observing the Jewish Sabbath and holidays. → Read More

Michigan inmates win right to kosher meat, cheesecake

The appeals court says vegan religious meals put a "substantial burden" on the rights of prisoners who want kosher meat and dairy to practice their Jewish faith. → Read More

Michigan AG defends charges in man’s death at mall in 2014

DETROIT (AP) — New evidence and a fresh look led to charges against four security guards in the 2014 death of a Black man who stopped breathing during... → Read More

4 charged in death of man at Detroit-area mall in 2014

DETROIT (AP) — Four people were charged Wednesday with involuntary manslaughter, nearly eight years after the death of a Black man who was pinned to t... → Read More

City in Michigan urged to use bottled water due to lead risk

DETROIT (AP) — Michigan on Wednesday urged residents of Benton Harbor to use only bottled water for cooking and drinking, a major shift in response to the city’s elevated levels of lead. The state recently said it would distribute free water and filters in the southwestern Michigan city. But federal regulators now are reviewing how […] → Read More

City in Michigan urged to use bottled water due to lead risk

DETROIT (AP) — Michigan on Wednesday urged residents of Benton Harbor to use only bottled water for cooking and drinking, a major shift in response to... → Read More

Canada cites US treaty in Line 5 pipeline dispute with Michigan

Canada is getting deeply involved in a dispute over an oil pipeline in Michigan. → Read More

Canada cites US treaty in pipeline dispute in Michigan

DETROIT (AP) — Canada invoked a treaty with the United States and asked a judge Monday to suspend litigation over Michigan’s effort to shut down an oi... → Read More

Michigan Supreme Court reviewing sentencing for 2013 porch shooting in Dearborn Heights

Ted Wafer has been in prison since his conviction in 2014 when he was sentenced to 17 years for second-degree murder, manslaughter, and a gun crime. His lawyers want the manslaughter charge dropped. → Read More