crime

Michigan Supreme Court wide
Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

A high-profile trial about the death of a young woman in suburban Detroit is before the Michigan Supreme Court. 

Police officers
File photo

Law enforcement agencies reported seizing $15.2 million in cash and property in Michigan over 11 months of 2016.

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The parole board is deciding whether to release a Detroit-area man who’s been in prison for 29 years for drug crimes committed when he was a teenager.

Flickr - Todd Ehlers

Doctors, parents and others involved in female genital mutilation in Michigan will face up to 15 years in prison under new laws signed Tuesday that were sparked by an ongoing criminal case involving six young girls.

Flickr - Todd Ehlers

A Michigan man has lost his effort to reverse his murder and sexual assault convictions from the 1980s.

Dr. Eden Wells
MDHHS website / Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Michigan’s chief medical executive doesn’t want her criminal case lumped in with others in the Flint water crisis.

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A federal judge in Detroit will consider whether to put a temporary national halt on the deportation of Iraqi nationals recently rounded up by U.S. authorities.

A western Michigan man who is accused of killing two women and abducting a teen in three separate incidents is scheduled for a September trial in one of the cases.

View of the Flint river
Maria Palmo / WKAR-MSU

The Latest on criminal charges filed in the Flint water investigation (all times local):

police officer driving car
Kevin Lavery / WKAR-MSU

Lansing is bolstering its fight against crime. The city has become the latest to join the Michigan “Secure Cities” program. 


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