UofM Makes Drastic Cuts to Save UniversityIn a letter to the community and staff, the University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced today measures to cut costs as the University bleeds money due to the Coronavirus shutdown in Michigan. In his letter, he wrote, "The pandemic also has threatened the financial stability and future strength of our university."
U-M President Seeks Firing Of Professor Facing Sex ChargesRegents at the University of Michigan are expected to consider a recommendation from its president that the school fire an opera singer and tenured professor facing sexual assault charges.
Detroit To Ann Arbor Buses Scheduled To Start Routes March 16The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan announced new daily routes from Ann Arbor to Detroit will begin March 16.
Car Crashes Into Ann Arbor Home OvernightPolice say no one inside the home was injured.
Former U-M Doctor Investigation: More Than 30 People Call Hotline Reporting Sexual MisconductU of M officials and police now believe there could be hundreds of potential victims.
Olympic Wrestler Accuses Former U-M Doctor Of Sexual MisconductAn Olympic wrestler has come forward and is accusing Dr. Robert Anderson of inappropriately touching him during exams. 
Former University Of Michigan Team Doctor Investigated For Sexual Misconduct ComplaintsThe University of Michigan is investigating a former football team doctor over possible sexual misconduct. 
Ann Arbor Police Chief On Leave, City Conducts Independent InvestigationAnn Arbor's Police Chief is now on administrative leave. Here's what we know.
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell To Host 2020 Census Town Hall SaturdayCongresswoman Debbie Dingell and Rep. Yousef Rabhi will host a town hall on the 2020 Census in Ann Arbor.
University of Michigan: Provost Placed On Administrative Leave Amid Sexual Misconduct AllegationsThe University of Michigan has received and acted on allegations of sexual misconduct against Martin A. Philbert, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
EGLE To Hold 3 Public Hearings This Month On Proposed PFAS In Drinking Water RulesThe first public hearing will be Wednesday, Jan. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the LV Eberhard Center Room EC 215 at Grand Valley State University.