Daily Archive: February 19, 2013

    Kilpatrick Corruption Case Handed to Jury

    After five months of trial testimony from over 80 witnesses, the fate of perhaps Detroit’s biggest corruption trial rests in the hands of the jury. Nine women and three men will begin deliberations on Tuesday. The case involving former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, his father Bernard, and friend and former city contractor Bobby…

    How Changes To Michigan Tax Law Might Affect You

    Tax season is here, and if you’re filing in Michigan, chances are you’re pocketbook is sure to feel the effects of recent legislative changes. This year, Michiganders are paying more and getting less. Residents are seeing much lower returns than what they have in recent years. One of the biggest changes to the state’s tax laws…

    Will Ronald L. Thompson Be Detroit’s Emergency Manger?

    From highly placed sources comes word that an emergency manager for Detroit is already on stand by, as Gov. Rick Snyder talks to various candidates. That is no surprise to those watching the process closely and others who are resigned to the notion that it is only a matter of time. But for now the only issue in the naming of…