Judge Orders Man To Write Reports About ReligionA Michigan man who authorities say attacked two men because he believed they were Muslims has been ordered to write a report on the history of Hinduism.
Michigan Report Shows Decline In Chickenpox, MumpsMichigan health officials say a preliminary report of disease case counts from 2011 indicates childhood vaccination programs are effective
Report: Cancer Deaths On The Decline Vicki Rakowski with the Society's Great Lakes Division says more people are being screened and quitting smoking.
'Reading Works' Aims To Raise Level Of Adult LiteracyThe organization's 80 by '20 initiative works to ensure 80 percent of metro Detroiters are functionally literate by 2020.
Report: Rise In Hate Crimes Against GaysA new report says hate crimes against homosexual Americans are on the increase. But in Michigan, the number of incidents is declining.
Report: Michigan 10th Most Obese StateA new national report on obesity from Trust for America’s Health says we are the tenth fattest state in the country.
Report: Mich. Highest In Midwest For Pedestrian DeathsYou could be taking your life in your hands when you cross the street in Southeast Michigan.
Report: Nearly Half Of Detroiters Can't ReadAccording to a new report, 47 percent of Detroiters are "functionally illiterate."
Detroit Police Release Major Crime SummaryNew in 2011, Detroit Police are asking the media to share a major crime summary report with the community.
UM Profs Continue To Report On Federal Energy SystemTwo University of Michigan professors contributed to a White House report this week that calls for the United States to craft a government-wide federal energy policy and update it regularly with strategic reviews every four years. The report provides a roadmap for the federal role in transforming the U.S. energy system within one to two decades -- a transformation that is necessary, the report concludes, for reasons of economic competitiveness, environmental stewardship and national security.
In US, Hispanics Outlive Whites, Blacks By Years
Report Shows State's Concern Over Detroit Finances