Michigan Woman Dies In Grand Canyon Flash FloodGrand Canyon National Park officials on Friday identified a Michigan woman as the person found dead in frigid water after a flash flood swept through a commercial rafting group's overnight campsite.
Ann Arbor Art Fair Returns July 15, Through WeekendThe Ann Arbor Art Fair is back on again in 2021, starting Thursday, July 15, and going through Saturday, July 17.
Man Shot, Killed By Hawaii Police Was From Ann ArborThe 31-year-old man officers on the Big Island shot and killed last week had no permanent Hawaii address and was originally from Michigan, police said.
Eastern Michigan, Chinese University Partner On LearningEastern Michigan University has finalized an agreement with a school in China to establish a joint college of engineering.
Yost's Name Might Be Removed From University of Michigan ArenaA committee proposed that the University of Michigan remove Fielding Yost's name from the campus ice arena after a review of his work, including his refusal to let a Black football player play a Southern school in 1934.
Historic Ann Arbor Bandshell Shut Down, Needs RepairsA park bandshell that provided a stage for The Grateful Dead in the 1960s has been shut down in Ann Arbor.
University Of Michigan Pledges Steep Carbon Emission CutsThe University of Michigan announced a plan Thursday to reduce carbon emissions from its campuses while compensating for future releases by preventing them elsewhere or removing the planet-warming gas from the atmosphere.
University Of Michigan Issues 2 Week Stay-At-Home OrderThe University of Michigan has issued a stay-at-home order for its Ann Arbor campus.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Explains Why They Signed UpCOVID-19 vaccine trial participants explain why they decided to volunteer.
Ann Arbor Selected For Major Investment To Reopen Recycling FacilityRecycle Ann Arbor has been selected to receive an investment under the Every Bottle Back initiative, a sustained effort to reduce use of new plastic and keep bottles out of the environment.
Ann Arbor Decriminalizes Mushrooms & Psychedelic PlantsThe Ann Arbor City Council passed a resolution that would lessen enforcement by Ann Arbor Police when it comes to psychedelic plants and fungi
U-M Withdraws From Hosting Oct. 15 Presidential DebateThe University of Michigan will no longer host one of three presidential debates planned this fall in the run-up to the Nov. 3 general election, but related campus programming will continue.
Ypsilanti Businesses Get Approval to Use Sidewalks and StreetsWith the shutting down of restaurants and other businesses from COVID-19, an idea is catching on nationwide to help jumpstart businesses in downtown districts amid social distancing guidelines.
Michigan Medicine Plans Furloughs And Other CutsMichigan Medicine one of the state's leading health systems is planning to furlough and layoff employees and make other cuts in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Creature Conservancy Offers Virtual Animal EducationThe Creature Conservancy in Ann Arbor is streaming informative shows about different animals daily on Facebook.