Michigan Local NAACP Chapter To March In Memorial Day Parade After Ban Overturned

The NAACP was excluded from the Greater Muskegon Memorial Day Parade due to a ban on political groups.

Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist Has A Vision For Criminal Justice Reform, And Explains How He’ll See It Through

The state’s first Black lieutenant governor helped to spearhead Michigan’s Clean Slate Law to help low-level offenders.

Murder Mystery: Everything We Know About The Missing Michigan Rappers Found Fatally Shot

‘This was no random incident,’ investigators said after finding the bodies in an abandoned building.

Michigan Man Speaks Out After Spending 15 Years Behind Bars For A Murder He Did Not Commit

In 2007, C'Quan Hinton was arrested while in high school. Today is his first birthday as a free man since he was 17.

Former Officer Requests For Patrick Lyoya Wrongful Death Suit To Be Dismissed Under Qualified Immunity

The African immigrant was killed by Grand Rapids police at only 26 years old.

Michigan Eye Doctor Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes For Death Threats That Targeted Black Lives Matter Supporters

The 61-year-old used the n-word and threatened to lynch Black people.

Patrick Lyoya's Family Sues Grand Rapids, Ex-Officer Who Fatally Shot Him In The Head

The African refugee was a driving-while-Black victim, the family's lawyers allege.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Appoints First Black Woman to Michigan’s Supreme Court

Kyra Harris Bolden is a 34-year-old state lawmaker who previously worked a court-appointed defense lawyer

Grand Rapids Police Officer Accused Of Killing Patrick Lyoya Will Face Murder Trial

The African immigrant was only 26 years old.

Flint Mayor Addresses Accusations He Lied About Graduating From College

He denies misleading the public.

Michigan Supreme Court Rules Judge Improperly Indicted Government Officials In Flint Water Case

The decision leaves residents frustrated about the lack of accountability after the city had been left without a viable water source for a lengthy period.