'Everyone Knew:' Personal Tales of Unease Are Among Reactions to Lessenberry Article
Online comments talk about "an open secret" and share a 2018 example of "abusive and threatening emails." A union wants an inquiry into Jack Lessenberry's role at a Toledo paper.
Bloomfield Students Suspected of Hacking System, Changing Grades and Lunch Refunds
The district is partnering with forensic data experts to investigate the matter, and said "the consequences for these young individuals is likely to be severe."
Behind the Jack Lessenberry Story: A Writer Describes Her Experience and Motivation
"I had hoped I would be the last woman this instructor would harass and intimidate," says Evelyn Aschenbrenner (left), who reported with Peg McNichol.
WSU Instructor Jack Lessenberry Sees Our Story as 'Conviction by Accusation'
"If I made anybody feel uncomfortable . . . I apologize," writes the head of Wayne State's journalism program. "I do not claim to be a perfect person."
Worker Fired for Making Laxative-Laced Brownies for Sendoff
The worker had baked the surprise items for an office farewell party.
See Why a West Bloomfield Educator Tells Parents: 'We Can't Make This Stuff Up!'
"We have a group of wonderful and creative kids," a West Bloomfield assistant principal tells us. "We enjoy and appreciate their sense of humor."
Grocery Workers Get Low Wages While Retiring Union Boss Gets $656,892 Payout
"It's outrageous," says a Kroger employee. "To walk away with that much money. How nice, I want that job."
Video: A Granddaughter, a Local Holocaust Survivor and a 'Flying Couch'
"Kurzweil beautifully balances humor with the history of her family’s tragedy," writes reviewer Freddie Moore.
Caesars Windsor Strike Enters Second Month as Casino Stays Shut
The casino has offered a wage increase of $1.75 per hour over three years to the 1,345 full-time workers and 567 part-time employees, the Detroit News reports.
Engler: Larry Nassar's Serial Abuse Continued Under 'Disorganized' University
Or more simply put, no one was clearly in charge of anything, John Engler indicates.
Update: 'Costco Chronicles' -- Karen Dybis' Funny Tweets from the Book-Signing Aisle
The Grosse Pointe Woods writer promotes her fourth book at three Costco stores -- a stage for wackiness, surrealism and potential humiliation, as she live-tweets.
Michigan's Tallest Man, a Troy Resident, Dies at 48
He died of complications from pancreatic cancer and acromegaly, a condition where too much growth hormone is produced.
Gallery: 15,000 Young Robot Builders Show Skills at World Finals in Detroit
The Minnesota teens from St. Paul are among global competitors here through Saturday for the FIRST championships at Cobo Center. See 10 more photos.