Ed White, The Associated Press

Ed White

The Associated Press

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Ed:

Aretha Franklin's sons clash over her wishes in trial over dual wills

Two sons of late singer Aretha Franklin gave opposing opinions in an unusual trial to determine if a handwritten document found in couch cushions will lead her estate. → Read More

Jury seated in trial over singer Aretha Franklin’s handwritten wills

A jury has been selected in Michigan in a dispute over the estate of music superstar Aretha Franklin. → Read More

Jury selection underway in Michigan trial over Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills

Jury selection is underway in Michigan in a dispute over the estate of music superstar Aretha Franklin. → Read More

Flint contractor agrees to settlement of lead contamination lawsuits

An engineering company accused of being partially responsible for Flint’s lead-contaminated water has agreed to settle lawsuits brought by families. → Read More

Aretha Franklin’s sons battle over handwritten wills 5 years after her death

Five years after music superstar Aretha Franklin's death, her final wishes are still unsettled. → Read More

Michigan prisons ordered to recognize faith group that believes in race separation

Two inmates sued the Corrections Department, seeking recognition of Christian Identity and the ability to hold services, under a federal law that protects the religious freedom of people confined to prison. → Read More

Michigan prisons ordered to allow faith group that believes in race separation

DETROIT (AP) — Michigan’s prison system has been ordered to recognize Christian Identity as a religious group, despite concerns by state officials tha... → Read More

A teen who killed 4 at a Michigan high school is showing ‘disturbing behavior’ in jail

DETROIT (AP) — A teenager awaiting sentencing for killing four students at a Michigan high school has been “exhibiting sporadic, disturbing behavior” ... → Read More

8 people charged in death of mentally ill Michigan prison inmate

Eight people were charged Tuesday in the death of a Michigan prison inmate who lost 50 pounds over two weeks and died of dehydration while being restr... → Read More

Americans mark Juneteenth with parties, events and quiet reflection on the end of slavery

Americans across the country are observing the relatively new Juneteenth federal holiday with festivals, parades, cookouts and other gatherings. → Read More

Americans mark Juneteenth with parties, events, quiet reflection on end of slavery after Civil War

Detroit (AP) — Americans across the country this weekend celebrated Juneteenth, marking the relatively new national holiday with cookouts, parades and... → Read More

Americans mark Juneteenth with parties, events and quiet reflection on the end of slavery

Detroit (AP) — Americans across the country this weekend celebrated Juneteenth, marking the relatively new national holiday with cookouts, parades and... → Read More

Murder charge filed in Detroit-area teen’s death months after landfill search

DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors filed a murder charge Tuesday in the death of a teenager whose remains have not been found despite an extraordinary monthsl... → Read More

Federal judge who presided over rare Michigan death penalty trial dies at 79

Robert Holmes Bell, a federal judge for 30 years whose trials included one that led to a rare death sentence in Michigan, has died. He was 79. → Read More

Man cleared in hunters’ murders after 21 years in prison seeks $1M from Michigan

DETROIT (AP) — A man who spent nearly 21 years in prison for the deaths of two Michigan hunters filed a lawsuit Friday seeking $1.02 million for wrong... → Read More

Charges dropped against man who spent 21 years in prison for deaths of 2 hunters

Prosecutors have dropped murder charges against a man who spent nearly 21 years in prison for the slayings of two Michigan hunters near his property. → Read More

Charges dropped against man who served 21 years in prison for deaths of 2 Michigan hunters

DETROIT (AP) — Prosecutors dropped murder charges Thursday against a man who spent nearly 21 years in prison for the fatal shooting of two Michigan hu... → Read More

Court: No lawsuit immunity for Michigan official who had rifle during online meeting

DETROIT (AP) — A lawsuit can go forward against a Michigan official who flashed a rifle during a public meeting over video conference, a federal appea... → Read More

Families affected by Oxford school shooting win key decision in lawsuit against district

DETROIT (AP) — A group of families won a key court victory Friday in an effort to pin some responsibility on a Michigan school district for a shooting... → Read More

Michigan legal watchdog pursues Trump-allied attorneys

DETROIT (AP) — Nine lawyers who were found to have abused the court system by filing a lawsuit that challenged Michigan’s 2020 election results in fav... → Read More