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Paul DeWolf (Facebook photo)

$10K In Rewards Offered In U-M Student’s Murder

At least $10,000 is being offered for tips in the murder investigation of University of Michigan medical student Paul DeWolf.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/07/2013

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Partnership Aims To Educate About Healthy Eating

A partnership between Detroit Public Schools and a nonprofit group aims to educate students about healthy eating and includes planting new gardens at schools.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/03/2013

(Courtesy of Megan Hoorn)

Megan Hoorn & Sarah Mueller: Difference Makers In The Community

EMU students Megan Hoorn and Sarah Mueller organized a special alternative Spring Break trip …

07/29/2013

Paul DeWolf (Facebook photo)

Autopsy: U-M Medical Student Was Fatally Shot

No firearm was found at the scene of 25-year-old Paul DeWolf’s apartment …

07/26/2013

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Fighting Cyber Bullying: It’s Personal, Not Physical

That’s the message in a new public service campaign created by high school students to fight cyber bullying.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/23/2013

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Mich. Student Safety Hotline Awaits Final Vote

Gov. Rick Snyder signed a budget bill this month that includes money to develop and run the OK-2-SAY hotline, which would provide for anonymous reporting of threats and violence.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/14/2013

Left to right: Ryan Barnhart, Zack Moore, Bryce Paputa -- all incoming juniors at Novi High School (credit: Tom Lang)

Student-Made Robot To Deliver First Pitch

Cyber Young is a robot built by four teams of students as part of the First Robotics Competition.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/09/2013

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Snyder Signs Law Letting K-12 Districts Be Closed

Gov. Rick Snyder signed a law earlier this week laying the groundwork for two deficit-ridden Michigan school districts to be closed before the fall and for their students to be sent to schools nearby.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/06/2013

An Egyptian woman walks past a graffiti on the wall blocking Sheikh Rihan Street, at the corner of the American University in Cairo. (credit: MOHAMMED HOSSAM/AFP/Getty Images, File)

Michigan Students In Arabic Program Evacuate Egypt

The unrest in Egypt has MSU and U-M scrambling to bring their students home.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/03/2013

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Teens Drive Smart Program A ‘Huge Eye Opener’

Teen drivers will get an interesting opportunity next month to learn what it’s really like out on the mean streets.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/30/2013

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