White Man Who Yelled "Black Lives Don't Matter" And Broke A Black Teen's Jaw Charged With A Hate Crime
Mouat was arrested in June and is facing one count of willfully causing bodily harm to the victim because of race.
The conspirators met several times during the summer to practice shooting firearms and crafting explosive devices.
Leelanau County, Mich. Road Commissioner Tom Eckerle went on a racist rant after another commissioner asked him why he wasn't wearing a mask.
The 15-year-old Black girl, identified only as "Grace," allegedly violated her probation by not completing her online schoolwork.
The man responsible for Trump University appears to not know that HBCUs are institutions of higher learning established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Residents with assault weapons, swastikas, nooses and Confederate flags crowded inside the Michigan state Capitol to protest the stay-at-home order.
Dale Zorn, a Republican, apologized on Twitter for the mask and said he does not "support the things this pattern represents."
Deborah Gatewood, a phlebotomist at Beaumont Hospital in Detroit for 30 years, passed away after experiencing coronavirus-like symptoms.
William Garrison, 60, was sentenced to life in prison when he was 16 after being convicted of murder for a 1976 shooting.
Kevin Dixon, 18, is charged with first-degree murder, carrying a concealed weapon, and felony firearm in the shooting death of 20-year-old India Mackey.
Jean Cramer, 67, who was running for city council in Marysville, Michigan, drew outrage after saying she wanted to her town to be a "white community as much as possible."
Devin Meyers, 20, was on his way to get something to eat when a white woman allegedly called the cops on him because he "looked suspicious."
The soon-to-be fifth-grader is set to go before a juvenile court judge on Aug. 1 for a pre-trial conference.
Defendants were sent letters from Michigan's Department of Health and Human Services this week informing them that they have the option to come back to work.
As the 16-year-old girl struggled, the White female police officer could be seen striking her multiple times.
Monte Scott, 12, has already filled up about 15 potholes near his home in Muskegon Heights, Michigan.
Courtney Smith has leaned on her own shared experience and listened to the voices of at-risk youth to create the Detroit Phoenix Center, a safe haven for 13- to 24-year-olds facing housing insecurity.