Multiple power lines were brought down by heavy winds. One home was hit by a fallen tree.
An international automotive company has chosen two Michigan facilities as sites for research and development as well as manufacturing.
Ann Arbor’s proposal to control the city’s deer population include an organized hunt to kill some of the animals or sterilization.
Ann Arbor Police have released video images of a man who they say tried to sexually assault a University of Michigan student last weekend.
The law would designate certain non-smoking areas at parks, as well create a smoke free buffer surrounding city buildings and in bus shelters.
A majority of Americans, Australians and Britons believe that connected-vehicle technology will make driving safer, but most are also concerned about security and privacy, according to a University of Michigan survey.
Documents show that Ann Arbor police have been called to handle hundreds of complaints, including reports of heroin overdoses, at the city’s downtown library during the past three years.
National health expenditures in February 2014 grew 6.7 percent over February 2013, the highest rate of increase since March 2007, prior to the recession that began in December 2007, according to the Ann Arbor-based Altarum Institute.
For about a decade that ended in the mid-1990s, the fledgling Internet ran out of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan. Now a UM School of Information professor who played a key role in bringing that early web to life has been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.
There will soon be a new independent academic center at Michigan State University studying the safe use of chemical ingredients in consumer packaged goods. MSU will operate the Center for Research on Ingredient Safety in association with the University of Michigan, the Grocery Manufacturers Association and the food, beverage and consumer products industries.