In the fall of 2008, Michigan voters approved a new medical marijuana law. Now, 18 months later, many public officials are noticeably frustrated by the measure. They say it's short on detail and open to wide interpretation. That's got the state's municipalities scrambling to pass local ordinances to clear up the confusion and move forward.
ROMULUS, MI – The San Jose Sharks traditionally fare poorly at Joe Louis Arena.
San Jose has won three of nine playoff games in Detroit, losing the last two in the 2007 Western Conference semifinals, and just five of 35 matchups during the regular season.
Top-seeded San Jose beat Detroit twice at home and will put the two-time defending Western Conference champions on the brink of elimination if it wins Tuesday night in Game 3 at the Red Wings' storied arena.
MINNEAPOLIS – Wilson Ramos had another three hits in Joe Mauer's place and Michael Cuddyer added a three-run homer to lead the Minnesota Twins to a 10-4 victory over Detroit on Monday night, snapping the Tigers' five-game winning streak.
Ramos had two doubles and an RBI and Scott Baker (3-2) allowed three runs on seven hits with six strikeouts in seven innings for the Twins.
Some Lansing residents responded skeptically Tuesday to a proposed medical marijuana ordinance for the city.
AUDIO: Participants at a meeting of the public safety committee included a number of medical marijuana patients and caregivers. They expressed concerns ranging from accessability to the drug to who would be allowed to grow marijuana.
The Kennedy Center in Washington is announcing the largest private donation in its history - a $22.5 million gift from Dick and Betsy DeVos to endow its Arts Management Institute that trains the nation's arts leaders.
Betsy DeVos says arts organizations have been struggling in the recession and need expert leadership to survive. The gift announced Monday is among the largest ever for the Michigan couple.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a Michigan judge's decision to allow a second trial against an accused murderer.
AUDIO: The Supreme Court held that a Detroit judge was not out of line in ordering a new trial for accused murderer Reginald Lett. After the first jury declared a deadlock following just four hours of deliberation, Lett was tried a second time and convicted in a deadly liquor store shooting.