AUBURN HILLS, MI – Detroit Pistons owner Karen Davidson says she's still hopeful a deal to sell the team can be done by the opening game in late October.
Davidson didn't give any more details about the sale while appearing Thursday at a back-to-school event benefiting Oakland County schools. Davidson says there are leading candidates, but she didn't say who they are. She said the sale is "progressing very well."
Davidson's husband, Bill Davidson, died last year. The late owner helped the Pistons win NBA titles in 1989, 1990 and 2004.
EAST LANSING, MI – A grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will help Michigan State University researchers find ways to for communities to adapt to climate change. WKAR's Rob South has this report.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Enbridge Inc. says it will resume the flow of oil Monday morning through a pipeline that ruptured in July, spilling 820,000 gallons of crude into southern Michigan waterways.
CEO Patrick Daniel says pressure will be reduced by 20% in the line, which runs from Griffith, Ind., to Sarnia, Ontario.
Enbridge's announcement Thursday comes after the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration approved the Canadian company's restart plan. The agency said the gradual restart would be closely watched.
LANSING, MI – Governor Granholm approved a handful of budgets Thursday, which means about half of the state budget is complete. But as Michigan Public Radio's Laura Weber reports, there's still a lot of work to be done.