Detroit officials on Tuesday argued against handing over fiscal control of the city to a state-appointed emergency manager, citing an agreement already in place to repair city finances. Governor's final decision on next step is expected this week.
Detroit emergency manager is likely to be assigned in less than two weeks by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. Some city council members are considering mounting a legal challenge.
Gov. Rick Snyder has a candidate in mind to take over the struggling city's finances, though he did not identify that person when he made his declaration Friday.
Spirit Airlines is canceling all of its flights through Tuesday.
Plea deal ousts Kilpatrick after an eight-month scandal. Interim mayor inherits a city in a slump.