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Mike Duggan says he will not continue his fight to get on the Detroit Mayoral ballot.
Former secretary of state and possible 2014 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is giving a speech to business leaders in western Michigan.
As the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference ends, Detroit Regional Chamber president Sandy Baruah and Grand Hotel president Dan Musser III sit down with WXYZ editorial director Chuck Stokes.
Representative John Dingell will become the longest serving member of Congress Friday.
A White House official says Tom Donilon is resigning as President Barack Obama's national security adviser and will be replaced by Susan Rice.
Michigan Vietnam veterans who failed to finish high school because of the war could receive their diplomas under legislation in the state Senate.
How did we end our time on Mackinac Island for the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference? With a foosball match between WDET radio host Craig Fahle and our own Chuck Stokes.
Meet Julie Stuart. She calls herself a "graphic facilitator" and she could be seen working during each of the sessions at this year's Mackinac Policy Conference.
The 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference has come to a close. The annual event gathers Michigan's leaders for a serious discussion of the state's future. It's put on by the Detroit Regional Chamber who today released a 'To-Do List' for the state.
Lance Enderle unsuccessfully ran for the 8 th Congressional District in 2010. Now he’s back with the same message, hoping to unseat the incumbent in 2012.
Mike Rogers is the incumbent running against Democrat Lance Enderle in the 8th Congressional District.
Republican Pete Hoekstra is challenging Incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow in the race for U.S. Senate.
Incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow is facing Republican Pete Hoekstra in the race for U.S. Senate
John Dingell has represented Michigan since 1955 as a U.S. Congressman, but he says he has unfinished business and is running for a 30 th term.
Cynthia Kallgren is facing incumbent Congressman John Dingell in the 12th Congressional District.
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Dan Kinkead, the director of Detroit Future City, spent a few minutes over our Mackinac Policy Conference foosball table with WXYZ editorial director Chuck Stokes.
Four of the Detroit mayoral candidates met face-to-face in a debate on Mackinac Island. There were no knockout punches between Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon, former Detroit Medical Center CEO Mike Duggan, CPA Liza Howze, and State Representative Fred Durhal. But it was a respectful and at times spirited political boxing match. The big question is how much longer will this civility continue?
Caitlin James knows what it takes to start with nothing and build a business in Detroit.
Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has announced a new campaign aimed at encouraging Michigan residents to volunteer in their local communities.
It appears Detroit Mayor Dave Bing made the right call when he decided to not seek reelection. Detroiters want the retired NBA Hall of Famer to hang up his political shoes as well.
Michelle Rhee,a former Washington, D.C. schools superintendent and current StudentsFirst CEO sat down with 7 Action News anchor Jeff Vaughn just before her keynote address to the Mackinac Policy Conference.
The topic of Detroit’s turnaround was center stage at Mackinac Policy Conference where business leaders discussed their view on the city’s future.
Meijer is certainly a familiar shopping experience for most of Michigan. The company’s Co-CEO, Mark Murray, spoke with 7 Action News anchor Stephen Clark about the retailer’s growth.
Michelle Rhee gained quite a bit of attention for her efforts to bring about change in the public schools of Washington, D.C. She spoke with 7 Action News anchor Jeff Vaughn at the 2013 Mackinac Policy Conference.
In our latest installment of foosball interviews from the Mackinac Policy Conference, Bill Pulte of the Detroit Blight Authority talks about future efforts of his group as he takes on Stephen Clark.