U of M Health Systems Settles Drug Violations For $4.3M U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider says the University of Michigan Health System has agreed to pay $4.3 million in the nation's largest settlement of its kind involving allegations of the diversion of opioids.
University of Michigan Considers Changing Investment PolicyUniversity of Michigan officials are considering allowing financial administrators to make investment decisions outside of public meetings.
Youth In Detroit Summer Jobs Program Gain More Than a PaycheckA University of Michigan study suggests some students in Detroit's summer jobs program get more out of it than a paycheck. Researchers say participants are more likely to stay enrolled in school in the two academic years following employment in Grow Detroit's Young Talent program.
Wagner, Michigan end Loyola's run 69-57 in Final FourMichigan is moving on to the national championship game for the first time since 2013 after ending Loyola-Chicago's incredible run in the NCAA Tournament.
University Of Michigan Looks To End Poverty In DetroitThe University of Michigan and the city of Detroit are working together to both end poverty in the city and boost economic mobility
House Speaker: MSU President Should Resign Amid Nassar ScandalTom Leonard is calling for Michigan State president Lou Anna K. Simon to resign over her handling -- or lack thereof -- in the Nassar sexual assault scandal.
UM Issues Crime Alert Regarding Attempted Break-Ins At Student HousingPolice say you should always lock your home and car doors.
U of M To Explore Safety Options Of White Supremacist Speaking On Campus"After consulting widely with many members of our community, I made the difficult decision to begin discussions with Richard Spencer’s group to determine whether he will be allowed to rent space to speak on the University of Michigan campus."