A little more than a week after General Motors announced wide-ranging cuts in Michigan and the U.S., Fiat Chrysler is said to be eyeing opening the first new assembly plant in Detroit in 27 years.
Travis Pointe Country Club has hosted the LPGA Volvik Championship each of the past three years, but the future of the tournament in Ann Arbor is uncertain.
City council is revisiting a commitment made in 2017 to spend about $1 million a year from the new countywide millage on affordable housing.
The individual parcels range in size, from less than an acre to 160 acres, and will be auctioned beginning on Dec. 11.
At least 23 calls were made to dispatch regarding noise complaints from Nov. 8, 2017 to Nov. 8, 2018.
UM Interim Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life Nicole Banks confirmed the incident led to the sanctions against Alpha Sigma Phi.
Nineteen patients were transported from the scene to local hospital emergency departments throughout the evening, Matt Rose of Huron Valley Ambulance said in a news release.
Ann Arbor officials are proceeding with plans to annex 88 more "township islands" into the city.
Michigan State Police are investigating a homicide in Lenawee County.
A 19-year-old Ypsilanti man who is dead after a shooting in Wayne has been identified.
Other college towns across the country have grown their student housing stock more quickly.
Ann Arbor officials are concerned Michigan lawmakers in lame-duck session may strip them of important powers when it comes to regulating landscaping and protecting trees.
Activist groups are calling on Ann Arbor officials to help shut down a downtown piercing shop.
Footage captured on a "nanny cam" led to the arrest of a Dearborn man. The mother of the child suspected the man was abusing her the child.
After years of aiding in the fight against opioid addiction, and months of staying sober, Christopher Risner, 29, died in his home on Nov. 21.
"Winning is such a strange feeling. It's hard to fathom that I'm about to be debt free," said the winner.
Set to open Monday, Dec. 10, the restaurant at 209 S. Main St., pays homage to the original Diamond Jim Brady's, which opened in 1954 on Seven Mile Road in Detroit.
The panel, led by President Emeritus James J. Duderstadt, has began surveying the university community and will host several open meetings.
Elizabeth Goss finished with an astounding $28,199 during her second appearance on "Jeopardy" which aired Monday night.
With Ann Arbor's fourth-annual deer cull set to take place next month, critics of the program are once again protesting.